Uh, you did catch the part about fuel for fusion reactors?? Fusion between He3 and H1 (protons) to yield He4 is one of the "easier" ones to initiate, with the benefit that the product of the reaction isn't itself radioactive.
Nope. Deuterium-3He fusion is an order of magnitude more difficult to initiate than deuterium-tritium fusion; it requires much higher confining pressures and temperatures. And we haven't even reached break even (power in = power out) on D-T fusion yet! This is the part that Schmitt always leaves out of his spiel.