Is it false that descendants of slavery living in America have better lives now than any African in Africa now or ever? It's a controversial and interesting question to ask, Gary's response to it was not to point out that the current living situations of black Americans doesn't justify enslavement of their ancestors but rather to just basically whine. "It's such a ridiculous notion." Well, okay? Then he goes on to say that if slaves were able to stay in Africa, Africa might be a better place today. Maybe I'm missing something, I'm not exactly the sharpest tool in the shed, but what is a claim like that even based on? It looks to me like Gary wasn't able to refute anything Spencer asserted, even though some of it was ridiculous and once Spencer realised this guy was a snowflake he just trolled him into ending the interview. This probably brightened Spencer's fucking day, meanwhile Gary is all mad and pissy on the drive home.