DAVE LANDAU (CO-HOST): Well, and I honestly like Kanye, though. Honestly. And I don't think he hates Jewish people. I really don't.
STEVEN CROWDER (HOST): No, I don't think hates Jewish people. I think he's been wronged –
CROWDER: And, I think that he's aiming, sometimes, a howitzer - he's being imprecise.
CROWDER: But, he's not wrong about everything. Look, is there a conversation to be had about secular humanists with Jewish last names in Hollywood exploiting people in positions of, you know, the performance arts, talent? Yeah. Yeah. And, by the way, that happens in the conservative movement too behind the scenes.
GERALD MORGAN (CO-HOST): Yeah.
CROWDER: People sign contracts where they don't know what they're signing. Yeah, that's true. Is there a disproportionate number of people with Jewish last names in higher banking? That's an argument that can be made. But then when you get to, it's because they're Jewish and all Jews – well, then we have a problem. Not because it's offensive, but because it's inaccurate.