TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Now no one ever says it out loud, which is kind of weird because it's impossible not to notice that a lot of major news organizations, NBC News, all of a sudden sound like Hutu radio, openly advocating race hate. It's particularly true on MSNBC, as we've noted, and we're going to do it again now, watch.
So, bottom line -- and we used to know this -- you can't attack people, whole groups of people on the basis of their race and ethnicity. Not in the media, especially because of its reach. That's completely irresponsible and immoral and ultimately can have very bad effects.
In July of 1993, radio broadcast in Kigali, Rwanda openly attacked and demonized a tribe called the Tutsis on ethnic grounds, just like MSNBC. Less than a year later, Tutsis were dragged from their homes and hacked to death with machetes. It was the most horrifying genocide of our age.