TUCKER CARLSON (FOX NEWS HOST): If you knew who you were in the scope of things – if you spent, like, twenty minutes staring up at night, on a cloudless night and looking at the stars -- I mean, you know, I'm not sure you would achieve enlightenment, but you would achieve perspective.
And you would recognize your place in the cosmos which is infinitesimally small and totally forgettable in the scope of things. Like, you're nothing. And that's just true. And we don't want it to be true but it is true.
And so, knowing that, you probably wouldn't imagine, you wouldn't convince yourself you could restore permanent peace to the world by putting in place a fake democracy in Iraq. Et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. That you couldn't, you know – effecting regime change in Russia would fix everything.
You would know there are limits to your predictive powers as a person and maybe you should scale back your ambitions as a person a little bit, consistent with your abilities, which is pretty limited, actually.
CHARLIE KIRK: (HOST): The same people that wanted to bomb Baghdad now want to blitzkrieg a female's body to change their nature from female to male.
CARLSON: [GIGGLES] Right!
KIRK: It's the same thing. We are going to impose our will on what is to what we think ought to be.
CARLSON: One hundred percent. We're in charge of nature.