Glenn Beck on Wednesday said Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton believes religious liberty “doesn’t exist in America anymore if it goes against the collective knowledge.” “[She] has gone further than any politician I’ve ever heard in my lifetime,” Beck said on his radio program. “And as usual, there is so little coverage of it except here. I’m actually not sure how many people know of it. And if the American people know about it, I don’t even know if they care anymore.” Beck said Hillary Clinton’s statement at the 2015 Women in the World Summit that “deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed” so that women can have access to reproductive health care is a “phenomenal statement that needs to be paid attention to by all Americans.”

“The principle that was blatantly attacked is, in fact, the bedrock principle on which this country was founded,” Beck said heatedly. “You cannot violate my conscience. If I happen to believe something deeply, religiously, that’s my business. I’m not in your business; don’t be in my business.”“What Hillary is saying here is, it’s no longer acceptable to believe something that the government doesn’t believe,” Beck continued. “If the government says abortion is fine, you can no longer believe that it’s akin to murder. … So your religious belief has to change.” MORE