"Left-wing liberal cable news networks are dying, and how are they dealing with it? Becoming more left-wing and liberal."
"What's the elephant in the room that nobody wants to notice? Can anybody say Islam? Can anybody say Muslim? Can anybody say Chechnya, Dagestan, radical? It's right there. Nobody wants to see it or admit it, at least on the left."
"What do you think education in America is today? We talk about it here all the time, the fact that America's a racist, sexist, bigoted country. That it's homophobic. That all of that was brought to this country by Western Europeans when they came and displaced the Native Americans. The multiculturalists have taken care of the curricula in many levels of education here and teach that this country was founded immorally, unfairly, unjustly -- and this is nothing new."
"Some people are drawn to TV 'cause it's face time. Not me. If I ever did TV I'd put a mask on because I'm into low profile now."
"You don't have to leave this country to be taught how rotten it is. And everybody knows this... I mean, I can turn on certain cable networks and hear an absolute disgust for this country, day in and day out. Where do you think our president got his views of this country? He, I guarantee you, has a chip on his shoulder about it. Why does he find a book by Saul Alinsky called Rules for Radicals so intriguing?"
"There's a common mistake made when people start thinking about education. They think it equals intelligence. It doesn't. Education does not correlate to intelligence. It may correlate to knowledge, but what if what you know is wrong? What value is it?"
"Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is not a normal kid. He's not a kid. The boy he killed is the kid."
"He told them he wasn't a terrorist so they weren't able to keep tabs on him. What Snerdley? Well, he said he wasn't a terrorist. Who would admit being a terrorist?"
"Dagestan, you have to understand, Dagestan, Chechnya, these are basically countries run by thugs and gangs. That's why Putin hates 'em. Putin would wipe 'em out if he could. These guys are rebels, revolutionaries. They hate the Russians. Putin hates these guys."
"Why do they hate us? People want to know. You know that these people hate female athletes as much as -- as much as they do females in a bikini."
"The media is telling us Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is just a normal college kid. Does that not bother anybody? A normal college kid is capable of putting together a pressure cooker bomb, setting it to explode at the Boston Marathon, injuring hundreds, and killing a few people. Normal college kid. This is how this stuff ends up getting bastardized. This is how we end up not thinking ill of bad people."
"Dzhokhar Tsarnaev smokes marijuana, watches YouTube videos, sits around with his brother talking about how much he hates America. Yeah, just a normal kid. Then he goes and makes a couple of bombs and blows up the Boston Marathon. Yeah, just a normal kid. I'm sorry, that offends me."
"There's a share of idiots that commit crimes, too. We've got our share of idiots that, when there aren't any Chicken McNuggets, they call the White House or 911."
"The administration has approved 99.5 percent of applications of those who have applied for legal status under President Obama's nondeportation policy for young adults, granting legal status to more than 250,000 formerly illegal immigrants... we've seen how good the federal authorities are at background checks with the Tsarnaev brothers. Remember, Dzhokhar was made a citizen. It's a disaster waiting to happen."
"So Brian from Studio City said, 'You need to get an hour on CNN.' How would that happen? What do I do? Call Jeff Zucker? (laughing) 'Hey, Zuck, hey, Zuck, El Rushbo here. I think you need me for an hour.'"
"It's collaborative, and I don't collaborate. A TV show, by definition, takes a whole bunch of people. You have sit down, you have to plan it out as it's happening... I don't collaborate. I've been doing this so long my way that television is just foreign to me."