On his Thursday radio program, Glenn Beck offered his thoughts on remarks made by Rush Limbaugh two days earlier declaring nationalism and populism had overtook conservatism, in particular regarding Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s ascendency in the 2016 presidential race.
According to Beck, if Limbaugh’s analysis is accurate it spells doom for the “republic.”
“I want you to listen carefully to what he is saying,” Beck said. “I hope he is wrong on this because this is the biggest warning about the end of the republic I think I have ever heard coming from Rush Limbaugh.”
Beck argued that those components of nationalism and populism were “the makings of Adolf Hitler,” which he called “a dangerous combination.”