LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): Are you misgendering again, Joel? I mean, we're going to have to put you in some type of PC prison here. What is happening?
JOEL BERRY: That's funny, you know, because from our point of view to call Rachel Levine a woman is to misgender. We have a very different philosophy, a very different worldview than the people who run Twitter. And you know, the Twitter terms of service, they don't define misgendering. Whether it's misgendering according to the left or the right's philosophy. But what we are dealing with is really — it's kind of a cultic, religious movement with the trans movement and it has a lot of power and, you know, we harbor no hatred towards people like Rachel Levine, Lia Thomas, you know, people in the transgender community. But we do think it's important, even as a bunch of goofballs that tell jokes and write satire, to tell the truth. And if a company like Twitter can get you to admit that you have involved yourself in hateful conduct, just to keep your Twitter followers, then they can get you to admit to anything and we feel like that's a hill to die on and we are going to keep fighting.