TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): What would happen if there was an actual crisis in the country --
HEATHER MAC DONALD (GUEST): Exactly.
CARLSON: I mean, COVID's bad, lots of people died, mostly elderly people. But if we had, you know, if there was a --
MAC DONALD: War.
CARLSON: Well, a war. That's exactly right. We haven't displayed the ability to make wise decisions as a country.
MAC DONALD: It would be a mystery. But wouldn't you love it, though? Wouldn't you love to send off these sniveling adolescents to war? Of course, it wouldn't work.
TUCKER: You go, Heather Mac Donald!
MAC DONALD: But the -- you know, we can't even have drill sergeants anymore, because it might help -- hurt the females. You know, they -- they just feel so oppressed. So, even the military now is -- is completely being feminized. So I don't know how we would fight a hot war.
TUCKER: So, the debate over whether pregnant women make the best fighter pilots, I guess, would be resolved. Like, we know, right?
MAC DONALD: Right, right, right. And -- and get them in the combat units, where everybody's, like, beating each other up out of jealousy and -- and sexual intrigue. That's really good for combat cohesion.