LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): So one to ten, if you had to predict whether there are going to be bad riots, I mean, summer's halfway over, almost even more than halfway over, so, bad riots, you think it's going to happen?
HEATHER MAC DONALD: Yeah, I think it's -- it's more than 50 percent chance that something -- and it's happening every day, I mean, we're living in slow-motion riots.
We're living in the cold riot, when you have these gangs that are, that are, you know, rampaging down the Magnificent Mile, which they're still doing in Chicago, running into stores, you know, with -- with waiting cars outside, and -- and the slow riots of the attacks on Asians, which are overwhelmingly committed by ghetto Blacks.
The idea that this is white supremacy is an utter bald-faced fiction, so we are seeing the constant destruction of property. It does not get covered in the media. But -- but let there be a police shooting that -- that gets spun the wrong way, and for sure we will have riots
INGRAHAM: On that cheery note, Heather Mac Donald here on The Laura Ingraham Show. Heather, we'll see you on television soon, and thank you so much. As always, your insight's critical and common sense, but also incredibly academic, backed up by actual data. Not theories, but data.