The Problem Isn't Muslims, It's The Multiculturalists On Campus Who Defend Them
This video is from HBO's "Real Time" with Bill Maher on May 9, 2014. Following is the transcript:
D'Souza: What's going on here is there is a civil war in the mind of the liberal. On the one hand you have the defense --
Thurston: We're right here, dude.
D'Souza: I know, it's in your head.
Thurston: Tell me about my brain some more, please.
D'Souza: On one hand you're a defender of individual rights and if this were the Catholic Church --
Maher: A minority.
D'Souza: If this were the Catholic Church, you'd be all on it. But on the other hand, you're committed to multiculturalism and Islam is a victim and we don't want to make Muslims feel bad. And so these two impulses have got to be brokered, one against the other, and that's why there is a protection of Islam. The problem isn't the Muslims; the problem is the multiculturists on campus who protect and defend them.
Huffington: That's ridiculous. This is like saying that all Muslims are guilty.
D'Souza: I'm not saying that.
Maher: We're not saying that! You're hearing that, but we're not saying that.
Thurston: What you're saying that Islam is the problem.
Maher: Islam is the problem, correct; all religions are the problem, but especially this one.
Huffington: Dinesh said that liberals are protecting Muslims around campus. That is really an absurd statement.
D'Souza: No, I didn't say Muslims, I said protecting Islam.
Huffington: No, you said Muslims.
D'Souza: Islam has got a --
Huffington: Let's play the tape.
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