MARK LEVIN (HOST): I'm going to say something I'm really not supposed to say in the current culture.
This phrase white privilege -- the vast majority of the men who fought these wars were white.
Not all -- I didn't say all. I said the vast majority were white. World War I, World War II and so forth. The vast majority -- not all. And all deserve our respect and our blessings and our thanks -- it's not my point.
Was it white privilege to fight in World War I? Was it white privilege to fight in World War II?
So hateful and contemptible and perverse has the discussion become in this country. No longer do we talk about Americans.