TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Yesterday, a photo emerged of Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy wearing a shirt from the media outlet OAN on a fishing trip. Why? Who cares. People can watch whatever they want on television, correct? And they can wear whatever shirts they want. You thought that was true. You thought that was your right as an American.
But in this revolution, Gundy's shirt selection was an ideological crime. Current and former players denounced him, the school's president then denounced him and Gundy issued an apology. Nobody stood up to defend him.
BRIT HUME: I've never seen anything like this at all, and, you know, the crime -- the thought crime that Coach Gundy stands accused of is -- and that is watching and then wearing a t-shirt belonging to a news outlet that has been critical of Black Lives Matter, which tells you once again, Tucker, the power that Black Lives Matter is now exercising over vast swaths of our public dialogue, and it's disturbing, and it is, Tucker, unlike anything I've ever seen.