BROOKE BALDWIN (HOST): I want to ask you about Fox's Tucker Carlson, because last night on television he said something pretty dangerous that's getting a lot of attention today.
He said that white supremacy, and I'm quoting him, is "a hoax" and obviously the world knows how you -- how your daughter was killed, where your daughter was killed. What is your response to that?
SUSAN BRO: Mr. Carlson lives in a studio, I suppose. His world revolves around a studio. Maybe he would like to visit some of the places where people have been injured by white supremacy before making such a statement.
There are always people who want to cry “hoax.” It's both a comfort to them to think that the world is not as bad as it appears to be, it's also a way of distancing themselves from any of the responsibility for dealing with those evils in the world.
So, I would say he probably is well aware in his heart that that is not true, but it's easier to say it than it is to do something about it.