He makes a powerful point about the Tyler Clementi affair. Basically with a focus on the misreporting, the current legal state of the accused, etc.
Carolla pawns the entire thing off as 'media bias' and the need to sensationalize things, but I think he's missing some more proper targets. Absolutely there was a media bias and muckraking angle with the story, but it was built up in part by the LGBT groups themselves. There was a conscious decision to make Clementi a martyr, and for that to happen, Dharun Ravi had to be a villain. Not just "an asshole", but a full-fledged villain - some angry, hateful homophobe who was trying his best to mentally assault Clementi and drive him to suicide, subconsciously if not consciously.
As Mark Shea now and then suggests, homosexual acts are downright sacramental. It's not enough to tolerate - it has to be praised and fetishized. Carolla talks about how, in the future, if a real tragedy takes place, the misreporting in this case will make people less likely to believe it. That's possibly true. But the real hope is that people get the idea that anything they do or say which can be viewed as disapproval of a homosexual act may in turn ruin their life. What in any other situation would be viewed as the behavior of a jerk - even a momentary jerk - may well be trumped up into full-fledged evidence of monsterdom. Quite a number of people would love for that threat to be perpetually hanging in the air.