Glenn “Kane” Jacobs spoke with Rare while backstage at the Young American’s for Liberty Convention in Washington, D.C. Here are some of the highlights.
“If we can get back to the point to where we could talk to one another and talk to that basis and talk as human beings who want the same thing, I think we’d be a lot better off…which is what politics does… [politics] naturally divides us into tribes. To me, the American dream is the ability to create the life that you want…if we can get back to that, that the American dream is the opportunity, the ability to create the life that you want so long as you’re not hurting anyone else, to live that life…if someone could come along with that message, it’d be awesome.”
On possibly running for office:
“I’d always hesitated before because I never thought the timing was right for someone like me, because I am an outsider. Now, I think the country is so ready for a change at this point that being an outsider actually plays to my or anyone else in my position’s advantage. There are a lot of people in Washington, D.C., who have a lot of experience, and because of that, we’re 20 trillion dollars in debt.”
You can watch the interview here: