Glenn Beck told FNC's Sean Hannity that "radicals, the anarchists, the Islamists, the socialists" have come together to work to destabilize Europe and America in an interview.
"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," Beck said Monday. "We may not survive even if we win, but we definitely don't if the Republicans lose with Donald Trump."
SEAN HANNITY, FOX NEWS: All right. Joining us now with the reaction, nationally indicated radio and television star, author of "Addicted to Outrage", Blaze TV, and radio host Glenn Beck.
I remember your time on Fox.
GLENN BECK, THE BLAZE: How are you, Sean? Yes.
HANNITY: You know, it was kind of cool. You had your chalkboard. You know, Glenn, you're not laughing. It was cool.
You know, I'm being complimentary. You're not smiling. I'm being complimentary.
But one of the things --
BECK: Thank you. No, no. I know. I appreciate it.
HANNITY: 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.
I thought maybe it's time to go back and revisit some of those things you talked about and I talked about at the time.
BECK: Sean, I distinctively remember every day last year of my FOX show. I said, what was coming and I -- the last few steps where the radicals, the anarchist, the Islamists, the socialists would all gather together. They would not be working together, plotting together, but they would see the opportunity and they would all come together and work to destabilize Europe and America.
And that is exactly what is happening. You have CAIR now in the halls of Congress all the time and I think that's who Nancy Pelosi was afraid of when they changed the anti-Semitism --
HANNITY: Can you remind them about being uninvited co-conspirators when you talk -- I don't think -- people might not remember.
BECK: No, I'll go a step further for they were not unindicted conspirators in the Holy Land Foundation, they were started and the people that were in Omar's office last week or two ago weeks ago during that vote, and instrumental in changing, were actually from the Palestinian -- I think it's the Palestinian Council, which was started by the Muslim Brotherhood. They have a direct sister, which is Hamas.
So, you have the Palestinian Council, you have Hamas over here, they're sister organizations, and the Palestinian Council needed a P.R. firm, if you will, for propaganda here in the United States, and that's why CAIR was started.
And it's all very well-documented. That's who we have in. You also now have the Democratic socialists, and you remember this, Sean, if you said anyone was a Democratic socialist, you are called a racist.
Well, race doesn't seem to be playing a role with socialists. It seems, as "Newsweek" said when I first said this on FOX and now "The New York Times" magazine has said this, we are all socialists now. When did everyone become a socialist? Well, they've always been socialists.
I talked to Joe Lieberman earlier today on the radio. Joe is -- you know, Joe Lieberman, and I'm sure you respect him. I don't --
HANNITY: I've been friends with him for years.
BECK: Yes, me too.
BECK: I don't necessarily -- right. I don't agree with him politically a lot of the times. But he's a decent, honorable man. And I asked him this question, you know, if you look at what happened with Beto, you look at what is happening with Ocasio-Cortez , and I don't know if you've seen the video by a new guy called Mr. Reagan (ph) online. But he did an expose on Cortez that's a little frightening on what's happening behind the scenes.
When I talked to Joe Lieberman, I said, "Look, Joe, I'm not talking about the people in Washington. I'm talking about the Democratic neighbor that I get along with right down the street. They don't believe in infanticide. They don't believe in destroying the free market system. They don't believe in all of the stuff that is coming out of the mouths of these radicals.
What's going to shake them What's going to - what's - when are we going to have our labor party movement where you have that in England that the Socialist Party has noticed, wow, it looks like we are just full with radicals and anti-semites, and members of the Labour Party in England are leaving the party saying this is too radical for me. When are the average people going to leave the Democratic Party or at least wake up" He--
HANNITY: --follow up.
BECK: He didn't - he - yeah.
HANNITY: Yeah. I don't want to interrupt your thought. I'm just - for the constraints of time -- because I - because I'm listening to everything you're saying.
BECK: Let me just finish what he's--
HANNITY: OK. Go ahead.
BECK: OK. Let be just finish with what he just - what he just said was, "Glenn," he said, "the people that knows that are in the Democratic Party are too afraid of the mob." And that's exactly what this cult - this cult of death, I think, is stirring up, this mob that will shut you down unless you agree with absolutely everything. And we lose the country if good decent people don't stand up on both sides.
HANNITY: I never thought I'd hear anyone advocate for, well, the baby - we'll deliver the baby and then the baby will be made comfortable and then the mother will decide if the baby gets resuscitated if it has trouble breathing, or even during dilation that that could happen. But I never thought anyone propose getting rid of oil, gas, cars, planes and cows. But it's happened.
My question is, in the last 30 seconds--
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.