RICK STENGEL (GUEST): Nicole, in the Brandenburg case in the Supreme Court in 1955, that was the decision that showed that the one kind of political speech that is not protected is speech that leads directly or indirectly to violence. That is what Fox is playing around with here. They're playing with fire. They're supporting people who committed the earlier insurrection and they're motivating people to do another one. That's the kind of speech that is beyond the pale. I mean, you mentioned pornography and you mentioned other things -- speech that leads directly to violence is not protected. That is the most dangerous form of speech in a republic. And that's what they are doing now.
And, you know, I will go back to what I said before, I mean, you know, the one way that people can protest is to boycott all of the products and outlets owned by Rupert Murdoch, which fuel Fox News. I mean, they all work hand-in-glove with each other. So, that's what I would say they're doing, and it's really dangerous, it's playing with fire in a very dangerous way.
NICOLE WALLACE (HOST): So who is on the board of Fox News? Do you happen to know anyone? I think what you are talking about is probably the right response, Rick Stengel, but I am not seeing anyone head down that path?
STENGEL: I've seen, I know people who won't -- who canceled their subscriptions to the Wall Street Journal. There may be people watching now who could do that. The people who won't watch the NFL on Fox Sports or won't use the products that are advertised. I mean, that's the kind of in a democracy, that's one way that people can protest without going out into the streets and that's the sort of thing that will get Rupert Murdoch's attention, believe me, more so than people on cable TV complaining about mis- and disinformation.
WALLACE: Rick, what if nobody cancels their subscriptions but they actually add a few, what if we live in a country where this is what people want?