As with the 2016 presidential election, many voters in today's Alabama special election found themselves having to mark their ballot for ... no, not candidate they liked the most, but the one they disliked the least.
"This is our new reality. We are forced to choose between the lesser of two evils, " said Glenn on the show today. He brought up Democratic candidate, Doug Jones' stance to "defend a baby's life only after it's born, which is absurd and evil." Then there's Republican Roy Moore, who has been accused of sexual misconduct with teenage girls.
"Those are the choices?" Glenn asked, adding, "We have to get out of this cycle, and that's why primaries matter.... Stop settling for the lesser of two evils at the primaries and make sure evil never makes it on the ballot in the first place."