Glenn Beck praised GOP Sens. Ted Cruz and Mike Lee, but denounced the Republican Party leadership at the Values Voter Summit Saturday in Washington, D.C.
Beck even said the party could be going the way of the Whigs by not standing for principle.
“You are looking at a one-party system,” Beck told the audience. “You’re looking at a system with John Boehner, John Cornyn, Lindsey Graham, Chuck Schumer, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi — they’re all the same. I am thrilled to say we are finally standing up. We are finally saying, ‘No, this is what we believe, and we will not move.”
Beck said the notion that Cruz and Lee will harm the Republican Party by holding firm against Obamacare, spending, and the debt is wrong. He also said the fight is much bigger than Obamacare, and Republicans lack vision.
“I’m tired of people saying, ‘Oh, but we might lose’; yes…and we just might win,” Beck said, causing the ballroom to erupt in a rousing standing ovation.
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