PAT GRAY: [Michelle Obama] is flat out racist. That's racist. What do you mean you can't --
GLENN BECK (HOST): Wait a minute. Wait a minute, wait a minute. “I can't make people not afraid of white people. I don't know what's going on, I can't explain what's happening in your head but maybe if I show up every day as a human, a good human, doing good things, loving your kids -- well maybe, just maybe, that will work to pick away at the scabs of your discrimination." See I think this works both ways.
GRAY: It does.
BECK: I think it works both ways. "I can't make people not afraid of Black people." Well, yeah you can, you can. You can help, you can help by not attacking all white people. By not saying that all white people are bad. By not saying -- and being more like your husband was saying but not necessarily doing, but like your husband said, you know every time you make a mistake it doesn't mean you're a bad person. It just makes you feel better, but it doesn't help anything. It doesn't help anything.
So you use the wrong term, you don't understand, if you're wanting to be a good human you're like "hey dude, that's cool, I mean I understand, but that word is like 1950." Without any kind of accusation, without anything else. Just be cool with one another. And the same thing goes for white people towards Black people. But right now, we are in reverse discrimination. And even that is proof of it. Because you're saying there is no such thing as reverse discrimination because of the hierarchy. It doesn't make any sense, it doesn't make any sense. If we all are created equal and we're all the same, then you should -- two wrongs don't make a right. But maybe that's -- maybe that's just me.