Continuing the theme from yesterday’s radio program, Glenn Beck spent a good portion of today’s show once again fuming that America is allowing God to be openly mocked, citing an incident in Florida where local elected officials walked out of a commission meeting when an atheist was invited to deliver the invocation.
The Supreme Court recently ruled that government meetings can be opened with prayer so long as there is no discrimination about who may give them, but Beck obviously disagrees with that position as he was absolutely livid that the atheist speaker used the opportunity to mock belief in God, declaring that “we are a nation that will destroy themselves” if we allow this sort of thing to continue.
After warning atheists that they should not be mocking God just based on the fact that they could be wrong about God’s existence, Beck demanded to know “since when do we have to get snarky in our city council meetings at the moment of prayer?”
“We are a nation that will destroy themselves,” he warned. “I promise you, in time we will all regret this. If we turn our back on the giver of all that is good, we will regret it”: