Re: "quasi conservative"
My understanding is that he's sort of a dumb guy who will basically have anyone on and nod along most of the time because he doesn't know a whole lot about any particular subject, and he likes to have guests who challenge conventional wisdom. And that can include crackpots and vaccine skeptics and people like Jordan Peterson, and I think right-wingers have really monopolized the "challenging ideas" space especially since the start of the pandemic. So he doesn't think of himself as a conservative, but due to his wish to give a voice to all sides he ends up promoting some pretty ugly stuff. I think a lot of the audience came through UFC, and the general bent is less conservative/liberal than a sort of individualist, masculine self-actualization, where you consume lots of supplements to supposedly improve your body chemistry and lots of ideas to improve your mind.
I've barely watched anything of his, but I did see a funny clip where he was frustrated enough to push back against Dave Rubin, who is probably the dumbest man alive, for suggesting that building codes were unnecessary government regulation.