MICHAEL KNOWLES (HOST): Well, there's no question about that – that the establishment in the media and the government and all of it just hates white people and hates men, too. So, of course, that's the case. You're allowed to say any terrible stuff about men that you want. We have to abolish toxic masculinity. And, of course, that's never interpreted as a genocide. Or we need to abolish whiteness or eradicate whiteness. No, that is either not interpreted as calling for genocide or is celebrated as calling for genocide.
But even you have people like Oprah – Oprah famously was caught on camera giving an answer to how we deal with all these conservative people. And she said, we just have to wait for them to die. So, that was a pretty direct call toward – maybe she didn't want to hasten their death, but she wasn't upset that they would die at some point anyway. Yeah, there's no question about that. They're just slightly different issues I think.
You can – as we talk about a lot, you can talk about how the culture is openly antagonistic toward white people, and men, and people who have ordinary sexual practices and desires, and Christians and all the rest of it. You can talk about that. But I think it's also worth pointing out that on this particular issue with the liberals accusing me of genocide for suggesting that we ought not to -- we ought not to indulge the transgender false anthropology, you know, that, one is a little bit different in that transgender people is not a real ontological category, it's a euphemism to describe deeply confused men and women who ought to have psychological and spiritual help. And so I think we just need to be very precise in our language and focus on that battle when we're dealing with that battle and focus on the other ones as well. I don't know that they're totally connected.