Tucker Carlson guest: "Multiculturalism lets you decide which side of the war you want to be on, whether you want to be on the home team, or the away team"

Tucker Carlson guest: "Multiculturalism lets you decide which side of the war you want to be on, whether you want to be on the home team, or the away team"

Mark Steyn: "In these multicultural hot pots, grievances develop, regardless of whether it's a global phenomenon like jihad, or whether it's just peculiar mental health issues"

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From the April 23 edition of Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight:

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MARK STEYN: If you look on a society as just like one big stamp collection and it's nice to have one of everything, then -- then the modern western city is a great place. But in these multicultural hot pots, grievances develop, regardless of whether it's a global phenomenon like jihad, or whether it's just peculiar mental health issues.

And then you -- and then you have a situation where the jihad guys have got a lot of mileage out of taking trucks, driving them up on the sidewalks, killing large numbers of people. You can't reasonably expect that just to be confined to Muslim jihadists.

TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Right.

[...]

STEYN: In other words, multiculturalism lets you decide which side of the war you want to be on, whether you want to be on the home team, or the away team. That's how -- that's how good multiculturalism is.

Previously:

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Fox News Channel
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Tucker Carlson, Mark Steyn
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Tucker Carlson Tonight
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