„Exterminate the thought of the progressive movement. Don't allow it to fester anymore.“

—  Glenn Beck

2010s, 2010
Contesto: So it's the same thing over and over and over and over again with these people, and we cannot allow them to crawl under another rock and subvert the Constitution through evolution anymore. It is time to expose them. And either agree with them and say, yes, that's what America needs to be, a socialist progressive state. Or expose it and exterminate. Exterminate the thought of the progressive movement. Don't allow it to fester anymore.

Ultimo aggiornamento 22 Maggio 2020. Storia

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