Glenn Beck and Ben Shapiro talked about ways to reach across the aisle and what the future of the Democrat Party looks like on Thursday’s “The Glenn Beck Radio Program.”
Glenn talked about how he recently visited Hollywood and met with different groups of people. There was always at least one person who strongly disliked him when he walked in the room, he remembered. But the best ways to reach out to people who have already formed a negative opinion of you are simply to be friendly, reasonable and kind while not being afraid to laugh at yourself, Glenn asserted.
“I had huge liberals come to me and say, ‘I am more afraid of the left than I am of your side now’ because of what’s happening on college campuses,” Glenn said. Various identity politics movements have turned college campuses into dangerous places for free speech, especially for Jewish people who don’t agree with the liberal narrative on Palestine and Israel.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) embodies the future of Democrats because he is a smart person on the left who isn’t playing the game of intersectionalism, identity politics and political correctness, Shapiro asserted. His brand of liberal politics is deeply socialist and focuses on more universal issues: education, health care and income.
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