JOE ROGAN (HOST): They shot that fucking plane out of the sky.
ROGAN: Yeah, almost no doubt they shot it out of the sky. The wreckage was scattered for miles.
ROGAN: Yeah, they're supposed to. They just didn't want to say it.
ROGAN: I'm saying that the "let's roll," all that, probably didn't happen.
ARI SHAFFIR (COMEDIAN): That was to give America a victory. Like we fought back against them. You know.
ROGAN: Yeah. They crashed it into the ground to save the White House. Get the fuck out of here.
SHAFFIR: They grounded all planes. One plane suddenly wasn't talking, and it was headed off its course towards the White House. And they were like, hello, are you there? Get it --
ROGAN: They found the wreckage -- the wreckage was spread out over miles. Now, in a plane crash, the wreckage does not spread for miles. But when you blow something up in the air, I would imagine that it would spread out for miles. But you know when you're, you hit the ground, how is the wreckage spread for miles? That doesn't even make sense.
SHANE GILLIS (COMEDIAN): I think there was something. I think it was Cheney. Cheney was like, do it. I believe --
ROGAN: I'm sure. That's the protocol.
GILLIS: I don't know why I'm thinking this.
ROGAN: Let's say there's 200 people on a plane and those 200 people -- 100% hijacked. There's terrorists on the plane, and they're going to crash into the White House. Now, instead of 200 people dead, you have 2,000 people dead. You don't think they're going to blow that thing out of the sky?
SHAFFIR: Had to.
ROGAN: They have to.