Glenn Beck on Sunday introduced a youth fasting for Ted CruzTed CruzThe 'Overton Window' and how Trump won the nomination with it Judge rejects attempt to stop internet oversight transfer Tech groups file court brief opposing internet transition suit MORE at a rally for the Texas senator ahead of Utah’s GOP presidential caucuses.
“I want to tell you why I have hope,” Beck said in Provo, Utah. "Dale introduced himself to me, and he didn’t tell me this, his father told me this."
“Prepare for a time of miracles. The God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob is real, and he is fierce and these are his rights. Get out on Tuesday and be a part of it. There’s no one on the sidelines.”
Beck, who has endorsed Cruz's presidential bid, also lashed out at GOP presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpRestive GOP freshmen eye entitlement reform What will be October’s surprise? Poll: Half of Trump supporters don't trust integrity of election MORE, arguing the billionaire places his own self-interest above the needs of everyday Americans.
“We have another candidate, Donald Trump, who is running as a personality,” the conservative radio host said. "We are not here for a personality. We are here for the Constitution of the United States of America.”
Cruz leads other Republican White House hopefuls by 24 percent in Utah, according to a Y2 Analytics survey released last Saturday.
Trump remains the Republican presidential front-runner nationwide, however. The billionaire has a 9-point edge over his competition in the latest RealClearPolitics average of polls and leads Cruz by 255 delegates.