ROB FINNERTY (HOST): We're a little tight on time, but I wanted to ask you about this. A day ago, members of the Oath Keepers militia were indicted on charges that they conspired to storm the Capitol. And my question, how can you impeach a president for inciting that riot when people are now being indicted on charges of conspiring, well beforehand on Facebook, to get together and do what they did three weeks ago?
JONATHAN GILLIAM (GUEST): Right. First of all, the Oath Keepers are pretty much a group -- it's a paper tiger of people who love this nation and who try to make their lives safer by coming together. Because there were certain people who are gear-hungry and are glory hounds and hero worshippers showed up and did what they did, they wanted to do that long before the president said come to D.C. on January 6. I didn't agree with the president telling people to come there. But the fact is, these people showed up with an agenda that went into the Capitol. And, as you can see --
FINNERTY: Yeah. Jonathan we're losing your audio there.