Glenn Beck: GOP Has One Last Chance to Listen to the People

The television and radio host discusses the GOP, Donald Trump on 'This Week.'
4:59 | 03/06/16

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We've received a giant middle finger from Washington, D.C. We're going to use Donald Trump to either take over the gop or blow it up. I don't know how anybody can trust the republican party. What trump has tapped into, Glenn, is that we're winners. It's American nationalism. I oppose Hillary ideologically. If it comes to a choice between her and trump, she is the lesser of two evils. The rise of Donald Trump set up a fierce debate on talk radio. Here's the man at the center of it all, Glenn beck. Founder of the blaze. Glenn, thanks for joining us You bet. trump camp. If you listen to the callers, it sounds like the gop splits no matter what. That there's though bridging this divide. The gop has one last chance to listen to the people. Um, and the people that -- and I understand it. They're very, very angry because the gop did not listen the first time around. They didn't listen to the Ron Paul people who are way ahead of the curve. Then the tea party people. They rubbed our nose in it. And they are tired. And they have created Donald Trump. The people are speaking clearly. And there's two ways to go. Anger and nationalism. Nationalism has been done before in history. You can go for nationalism. You can go for anger. Trump is Adolf hitler? If you look what is happening with Donald Trump and his playing to the lowest common denominator and the anger in us. Adolf hitler. We look at hitler in 1940. We should look at him in 1929. He was the kind of funny, character that said the things that people were thinking. Where Donald Trump takes it, I have absolutely no idea. But, Donald Trump is a dangerous man with the things he's been saying. Now, the gop is playing unbelievable games right now. Trying to make sure they get their way. And they're trying to go for a brokered convention. I'm against Donald Trump. But I'll tell you one thing, if he gets close enough, and the gop tries to play games, I won't vote for Donald Trump ever, but I'll stand with his right. Because the people have spoken. And what the gop is doing, they're stirring things up because they're more afraid of Ted Cruz than Donald Trump. You're supporting Ted Cruz. How does he bring the party together, as well? Isn't he as divisive in some ways as Donald Trump? If we had reasonable people. I mean, look. Marco Rubio is a really nice guy. He's being stirred up by the gop establishment and being told, hey, you have to stay in. Same with kasich. We want a brokered convention? We don't want a brokered convention. If those guys would get out, those votes would go right to Ted Cruz. Maybe some of them -- but very few -- would go to Donald Trump. And Ted Cruz would be mopping the floor. And everyone counts him out. But this is the guy that George Washington said, in his farewell address, you don't go to the parties. This loyalty oath that the party is expecting everyone to take and then Donald Trump asks everybody to raise their hand yesterday for their loyalty oath was a little disturbing. I don't have a loyalty to parties. I don't have a loyalty to personalities. I have a loyalty to the constitution of the united States. George Washington and our founders said, George Washington, at the end of the constitutional con vepgs said -- convention said, let us raise a standard to which the wise and the honest can repair. Meaning, there will come a time where people don't know what to do. You'll run to the constitution. The wise and the honest run to the constitution. You don't believe it's fair to deny Donald Trump the nomination if he has the lead. Going in -- Of course not. Do you? You have a lot of people talking about a third party, including senator Ben sass. If trump does get the nomination. What does that mean? That's not necessarily -- that's not the games on the con Ve convention floor. I won't vote for Donald Trump. I won't vote for Hillary Clinton. Anybody who says a vote against trump is a vote for Hillary Clinton, stop playing those game pip just saw one of the callers said, they're the lesser of two evils. Well, I'm not going to vote for evil. I don't care if it's lesser. I'm not going to vote for it. You're looking for a third option if trump gets the nomination? Yes, but not the options of the party to play politics and break us apart at the convention. That leads to civil war on the floor and quite honestly, it could lead to civil war in the country. You cannot lie to people. People believe in something. And that's what the gop has forgotten. They believe in themselves. They believe in their own power. And they are using man to be able to entrench themselves in the power and the profit. You cannot continue to disenfranchise people and play with their emotions. Glenn beck, thank you for joining us. Thank you.

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