GLENN BECK (HOST): So, Allen, let me ask you a difficult question. Say all of these things fail and on the 20th of January, or whatever it is, Joe Biden is sworn in. And that's just the ruling of the, you know, courts and the system and the legislatures and all of that. What is it going to take to get people to come back into the fold and not split apart?
LT. COL. ALLEN WEST (GUEST): Well I think when you just said that the ruling of the courts, first the foremost, the courts need to hear the people. And if the courts refuse to hear the people then you're going to have an issue come January the 20th. And we cannot live in a country where every single time there's a Republican that is elected - George W. Bush is illegitimate. When Donald Trump is elected, he's illegitimate, let's resist him. When Amy Coney Barrett is brought on to the Supreme Court by constitutional process, she's illegitimate. Brett Kavanaugh is illegitimate. We cannot have progressive socialists that believe that they can rule by absolutism and totalitarianism and everything that doesn't agree with them is illegitimate.
So I think that the first and foremost is that the American people need to go by the electoral process, the ballot process. But if you start to have mandates, edicts, orders, and decrees that are handed down - such as red flag laws, such as mandatory gun buybacks, you know, these things - I believe that the American people have a right to say no.