MATT WALSH (HOST): Because although this -- I was going to call him a kid but he's 18 years-old -- this man's ideology is a mess -- he's, again, a lunatic -- all over the place, he does mention the so-called great replacement theory. And this is what they're trying to hang around the neck of Tucker Carlson, Fox News, really any conservative, myself included. Because Tucker Carlson and other conservatives have in the past pointed out that the Democrats have been very open about the fact that, you know, they want to minimize what they call whiteness in America. And they want to bring in voters, you know, from other countries. They don't want voter ID laws, you know, they want to be able to bring in the voters and have them vote because they know they're going to be voting Democrat. So, they want to replace, especially white male voters, with voters who they think are going to be beholden to them.
Now, this isn't a conspiracy theory. There's nothing wild or speculative about it. It's just a fact. And one of the ways you know that it's a fact is the left and the media -- The New York Times, CNN -- they've been very open about it, many times. So if it is a theory -- if the great replacement theory is a theory, then it's a theory propagated by the left. They're the ones who go around talking about this supposed scourge of whiteness. What're we going to do to minimize whiteness? And how are we going to fight against whiteness? So they say all of that and then on the right, if we notice that they've said that and we point out that, oh, they said these things, then we're the ones somehow responsible for a conspiracy theory.