MARK LEVIN (HOST): Now, Joe Rogan said something on his podcast. It's really not the first time, but people seem very reticent or afraid to raise it. I don't know the man, never listened to his podcast -- maybe once, when we played some clips. The only way I know him is what I told you, from TV and from the UFC. I don't consider him a great thinker, a great philosopher, anything of that sort. Doesn't really matter, does it?
But if he's going to say things that are absolutely bigoted, that are no better than common day antisemites, somebody's got to call them out. Somebody has to alert millions and millions of people to it.
This is different when you have the biggest podcaster in America, when you have people making excuses and defending it. And other people in this business or in the television business who know what he said, and are just pretending he didn't say it. People who in the past have quoted him, who've played recordings of him, who defended him and his decisions on vaccines or whatever. Great, I don't care.