MARK LEVIN (HOST): You see, the guy who was caught murdering people at the mall in Texas, who was actually shot dead himself, he wasn't white. He was Hispanic. But all the race-baiters on TV and elsewhere are calling him a white supremacist. He had, I believe, a swastika on his body and things of that sort, so he's a neo-Nazi -- which, by definition, means, right, he must have been white because only white people are neo-Nazis. But it's not true. Cut 18 go.
How can you be a non-white and be a white supremacist? Can you explain that to me, mister producer? So, you are arguing for the supremacy of a race that you are not? It's just -- it's just -- you have to be insane to make these arguments.
Now, that's not to say that you can be something else by birth, by physical appearance and so forth and so on and be evil, and -- I got it and we've said that, and that's true. But when she goes the next step and says it's a white supremacist, no, it's not. It's not even possible. And if everybody's a white supremacist and you're teaching CRT and everybody is said to be a white supremacist if they're white, this is the problem. So anybody and everybody who's evil is white, even if they're not white. They got the game, it's fixed, you see. It's the way it works.