TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): I mean, this is not the first virus we’ve seen in China specifically jump from animals to humans. And you’ve got to believe -- and I know we have to pretend all cultures are the same and all behaviors are the same, but it’s not. And mistreating animals, eating koalas and snakes and bats and dogs, which is common, apparently, in this city, Wuhan, that’s the reason that we have this, correct? Caging animals too close together, mistreating them, eating them live. I mean, why shouldn’t we say something about that?
DR. MARC SIEGEL (FOX NEWS MEDICAL CONTRIBUTOR): That’s an extremely important scientific point, and you left out bamboo rats and badgers. But bats are often the reservoir for this, and we are literally talking about a culture where animals and people are living right on top of each other.
I think you’re absolutely right that it starts with the culture over there.
CARLSON: Yeah, and we should say that.