Glenn Spencer – California Activist
September 2, 2012
Before moving to Arizona in 2002, Glenn Spencer spent ten years trying to save California. Besides his weekly two-hour nationally broadcast radio show. Spencer headed up an activist group that held rallies and demonstrations all across the country.
For a summary of this work in 2001 - just prior to his departure for Arizona - click here and here (pdf docs open in new window).
Spencer said he left California to start American Border Patrol because California was a lost cause. “The political establishment in California – at every level – had been lost by cowardly Republicans to open borders advocates – and the entire mainstream media was opposed to what I was trying to do,” Spencer said. “I had no interest in banging my head against a wall for another ten years,” he added.
Spencer said he didn’t give up on America. “I came to Arizona because a good general picks his battlefield, and control of the border was a fight I felt we could win.” Spencer says he still expects to win the border battle.