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‘End of the country as we know it’: Glenn Beck and Sean Hannity are very scared Trump might lose

09/19/2019 7:00 pm ET

Glenn Beck: If Trump Doesn't Win "We Are Officially At The End Of The Country As We Know It"

Glenn Beck sat down for a chat with Fox News host Sean Hannity to stress the importance of Trump winning the 2020 election. Beck’s reasoning: If Trump doesn’t win, it will be the “end of the country as we know it.”

Beck and Hannity are claiming that “radicals, the anarchists, the Islamists, the socialists” are all plotting together and on a mission to destabilize not just the United States, but all of Europe as well, as Real Clear Politics reported.

Hannity shakes in his boots at the thought of something as radical as the “Green New Deal”:

“One of the things you talked a lot about was the dangers of radicalism and the dangers of socialism. I’ve never seen the threat this bad. A hundred people agree with the New Green Deal in the Democratic Party. Many of the 2020 candidates agree with it and are campaigning on it.”

Later they referred to the Democratic party as a “cult of death” that promotes infanticide and getting rid of cows.

Here’s how the whole charade ended:

HANNITY:  My question is, in the last 30 seconds-

BECK: Yeah.

HANNITY: What’s the antidote That’s what I wanted to ask you.

BECK: Waking up. I don’t know if there is an antidote, but I will tell you this. If the Republicans don’t win in this next election, I think we are officially at the end of the country as we know it. We may not survive even if we win, but we definitely don’t if the Democrats-

HANNITY: Does that mean the re-election of Trump

BECK: -if the Republicans lose with Donald Trump.

HANNITY: Does that mean the re-election of Trump-

BECK: It has to mean the re-election of Trump.

HANNITY: -if people that maybe didn’t like him, now they can see he kept a lot of his promises, most of them

BECK: You - he - well, I know I did. I saw that he kept his promises. And I will tell you, there is no choice this time around. We must come together.