TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): So, if you're a middle-aged American, you can sincerely say that the country of your birth has never been more volatile than it is now. It's never been more on the edge. And what the country needs, more than anything, is what the new president promised to give the country on the day he was inaugurated in January, which is a respite, calm.
Let's rediscover what we have in common, what makes us all Americans, and bridge the gap. You don't want to live in a divided country where people have nothing in common and hate each other. And, if you really wanted to do that, the first thing you would do is pause immigration, which has upsides for sure, but also has downsides. And the main downside of unrestrained immigration, or any immigration, is that it makes the country more volatile.