Cenk Uygur usually displays a healthier skepticism than when sweet-talking to Azlan..
They want to believe it's just evil people (who logically must be atheists) who are maliciously misusing religion in order to do bad things. It's a horribly bigoted position to hold, essentially saying that the only people who do bad things in the world are non-believers.
But it's easier to swallow than the truth that the teachings of one's own religion are responsible for some pretty nasty stuff.
On secular politics I find him and his team mostly correct and generally entertaining to listen to. As soon as religion gets mixed in though they dance around the harmful effects of religion hard.
Took on Cenk concerning Azlan in an interview and laid out how he has been taken out of context. I agree with Harris for the most part but not all of what he said. I can't post a link since I am posting on my smartphone.
I found his Zealot a very thought-provoking read from a non-Christian