STEVEN CROWDER (HOST): Now, the whole idea of NATO is everybody saying, ok, we all agree, right? We want to make sure we stop this threat so we're in this collectively, we all agree that this is the amount we'll pay in. Ok, that's fair. They didn't pay in, as far as I'm concerned. Because you talked about when they attack another NATO country, that's my line with Russia. That's your line --
GERALD MORGAN (CO-HOST): That's a lot of people's line.
CROWDER: That was Lane's line with Russia. You want to know what my line is? If they attack another country whose tab is one hundred percent paid in full in NATO. You don't get to say you're a part of NATO – which is, really, just by proxy going to the United States saying please, please, please help us – if you didn't pay for your shit. How about that? You talk about how internet is a human right in Germany and all these European countries, socialized healthcare – well, I'm really glad you're able to pay for your frivolities because the United States pays for more than all of you combined. We should not be protecting any NATO country that hasn't – and I don't mean starts paying two percent from here on out –
CROWDER: Pay your tab from all of history or you're out. Are you starting to get the picture?
MORGAN: You mean you're ok if they take over Latvia?
CROWDER: Yep. I'm ok if they take over any country that has not paid their share.