A woman threatening to jump from a beam on a New York subway platform was stopped by a kind stranger who was brave enough to walk to her while 20 feet up in the air.
“He actually cared enough, whoever he was, to help her,” witness Michal Klein told CBS2 outside the Broadway-Lafayette subway station, where the incident occurred. “A lot of people seemed to be like, ‘Oh, it’s New York,’ and kept walking.”
On Tuesday’s “The Glenn Beck Radio Program,” Glenn Beck contrasted that incredible story of kindness and courage with incidents involving hatred and violence from Nazi and Antifa rioters. He also detailed some of the strange exhibitions at this year’s Burning Man festival; Planned Parenthood has contributed a bizarre funhouse that celebrates abortion, featuring an obstacle course with “a sperm-shaped tether ball, “a leaky condom,” “a big freakin’ bible” and a coat hanger.
“Now let me ask you this: Which one of these are we?” Glenn asked.
At a time when people are struggling to survive record flooding from Tropical Storm Harvey, we need to consider what kind of people we are and what courage we have.
“America has been given a great gift, a reprieve from the hatred, and a chance to see who we really are,” Glenn said. “There’s too much real pain going on in the world.”
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