TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): So as a garden variety protestant, this went right over my head. I didn't catch any of it. I didn't even notice. Would this be obvious to people who grew up reading the Quran?
AYAAN HIRSI ALI: Yes. I watch that video, I mean all of it, not just where you stopped. But where I think -- there's this concept called "commanding right" and "forbidding wrong." And I absolutely cannot believe that in the year 2020, Joe Biden is commanding right and forbidding wrong. Meaning, he is enforcing Sharia law. I understand that Joe Biden doesn't know what he's doing. And I think most Americans don't. But he does have a campaign team. He has a team of people who will say this is what you can say, and here's why, here's what I think -- your former guest said she's sorry when she made a gaffe.
This is something I think, because we're in this cancel culture and I'm absolutely against cancel culture. Here's one thing I would say Joe Biden should come out and apologize, and apologize profusely to the American people, especially to those American Muslims who have adopted and embraced the foundational principles of America. In this video, what he has done is he's put himself -- at least these people who I think of as the Muslim Brotherhood, radical Islamists, they have him endorsing and enforcing Sharia vigilantism.
I mean, think about it. Muslims call us and when they start talking about enforcing Sharia law, it is should we use -- when you talk about the hand, is it the sword? Is it firearms? Is it improvised explosive devices? Think about the two brothers who went and used their mother's pressure cooker to hurt people during the Boston Marathon bombings in 2013. That's the kind of thing. And if you don't know what you're talking about, then you shouldn't do it. But if you do, I think it would be a great trait of leadership if then Joe Biden came out and said "I'm sorry. I made a mistake. I didn't realize this is what I was doing." If he did that, I'd vote for him.