After a few days of reflecting on Trump's unexpected victory, Glenn provides a new perspective on the election and why it was justified fear, not racism or misogyny, that led voters to shun Hillary Clinton and support Donald Trump. While the mainstream media struggles to find answers, Glenn cuts through the uncertainty with confidence and clarity.
"This election is really, really simple," Glenn explains. "People were afraid they were going to lose their God and their guns. They were afraid that freedom of religion — which it was — is on the ropes. That freedom to be yourself, to chart your own course was on the ropes. That our jobs were going away....They see what they love being torn apart."