CURT SCHILLING (GUEST): I don't know where the rubber is going to meet the road because it's a true sacrifice. You look at the guys, the young men that signed the Constitution and all the things that they sacrificed, everything to come out from under a tyrannical government, and then eventually at some point, there was a man at Concord who decided he was going to pull the trigger. And I feel like we're getting back to a point where somebody is going to have to pull a trigger because everything we hold dear, everything this country was founded on is being just dragged through the mud and mocked and made fun of. This country was founded on Godly principles. No matter how offensive that is to the left, it's true.
JESSE WATTERS (HOST): I'm going to assume you mean pull the trigger metaphorically?
CURT SCHILLING (GUEST): Absolutely, well, no. I mean, it doesn't matter if I say metaphorically because they're going to run with that quote no matter how I put it. I could have phrased it in any possible way saying, "Stand up and fight and blah blah blah" and I would be inciting a riot while Maxine Waters says, "Get in their face and beat the hell out of them" publicly.
JESSE WATTERS (HOST): I understand. I've said this to Jim Jordan. I've said this to these congressmen. They throw a subpoena around. They fire off a really bold letter. Gotcha. Republicans need to go on the war path. And that means that you got to use every tool necessary. They got to do what's being done to them because that's the only way this is gonna stop.