CHARLIE KIRK (HOST): And let me just say something about having children - you should have children regardless of what's going on around you. If we are at war, you should have children. If there are concentration camps, you should have children. It is a moral good. It is a moral necessity to replicate the species and to pass down your values so that others might have life. It is never the correct choice, period, to all of the sudden say, well, I'm done. I just don't want kids to exist. Yeah, you better believe that we're entering into a Marxist dystopian totalitarian hellscape. So what? We're going to have kids. We already have a daughter. We're going to lean right in, we're going to try to fix it. We're gonna try to fight it. This is not a time to retreat and say, you know, everything is hopeless.
Yeah, look, these trends are really bad. This is -- consider me the doctor and saying, well, you got a tumor on your pancreas, you got a tumor on your digestive track, you got a tumor in your brain, you got a tumor -- and you're like, wow, that -- well, let's get a plan together. You're just going to give up? That attitude is uniquely -- it's un-American. It's against everything that we believe in. But oh, yeah, you better believe we're up against a lot. But the first thing that anybody in this audience can do is act in your own way in the micro that is consistent in the macro country that you want to live. So, while your neighbors might not believe in having children, do you believe in having children? And what will you do about it? While your neighbors might not believe in getting involved in the community, are you volunteering at a Boy Scout troop, volunteering in your church? Are you doing what you can to help the community around you? While your neighbors might not believe in robust patriotism, do you have a flag flying outside of your your home?