On that podcast Carrier also says the Nazareth theory goes too far and that the town probably did exist. But just because it existed doesn't mean there was a miracle working god man named Jesus associated with it.
The archaeological evidence we have points to a very small group of people living in Nazareth at 0CE. A couple of dozen families at best. We are talking about a hamlet of less than 300 people. With the nearest place for a mob to throw Jesus off a cliff 4km away. We are stretching the definition of village pretty far.
The tombs at the site define the largest possible expansion of the hamlet. The dead are unclean in Jewish culture and their tombs are placed outside of inhabited areas.
Jesus of where? Lost Springs, Wyoming. Population, 4.
We have lots of evidence of Nazareth post Jesus' time. We have little evidence of more than family farm during his time.