Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Alex Jones

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Jones Kelly Interview
Will Megyn Kelly try to turn the Alex Jones interview into Fake News?

Alex Jones, the famous right-wing conspiracy theorist and controversial radio show host, is of the opinion that his interview with Megyn Kelly from NBC, is a scheme to sabotage his platform, Infowars. Even though the interview hasn’t aired yet, Jones is calling it a hit piece.

After the trailer of the interview went on air, NBC and Kelly were widely excoriated for interviewing the controversial figure.

The criticism began when the mother of one of the Sandy Hook shooting victims reprimanded Kelly for interviewing Jones and giving him any spotlight whatsoever. Jones is quite infamous for claiming that the 2012 Sandy Hook shooting, which saw 20 children get massacred, was a hoax to divert the media and public’s attention from something much bigger.

Jones’ theory claimed that the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, was a hoax, made up by the local community.

Mother of Ana Grace Marquez-Greene, the six-year-old victim of the massacre, Nelba Marquez-Greene, took to twitter to show her anger and disgust over Kelly’s decision to interview the controversial radio show host.

After the trailer aired, she tweeted, “Hey @megynkelly, let me know if you want to give his victims equal air time. Promoting this fool is bad news. Do not encourage his abuse.”

After realizing that the trailer for his interview had gone quite viral, Jones asked NBC to not show the entire interview on air as it misrepresented his views.

Jones on Monday tweeted, “I’m calling for @megynkelly to cancel the airing of our interview for misrepresenting my views on Sandy Hook.”

“This is their big gamble, ‘Take Alex Jones down,’” Jones said during the Monday airing of his radio show. “This is pathetic. The only way I could fail was not doing it, and letting [NBC] rig it, and letting them interview me for four hours to edit it together, and then be able to show people what was really said.”

Jones furthered his conspiracy theories, adding that NBC production crew positioned the lighting in a way that made him look evil.

“They lit my face from the side and under, like you light somebody for a Halloween piece, for a horror movie,” he said.

Going on to call Kelly “the gorgon” and “Medusa,” Jones said that the only reason he agreed to the interview was because he wanted to “see the fembot.”

“I wanted to see the fembot,” Jones said. “I wanted to witness it for myself.”

Washington bureau lead for Alex Jones’ Infowars, Jerome Corsi insists that NBC and Kelly have conspired with “the deep state” to somehow disrepute and scandalize Alex Jones and his right-wing news outlet.

Corsi said, “She’s gotten a bigger megaphone, she’s gotten a bigger sponsorship from the deep state, and she’s about to do her hatchet jobs, which I think are going to ultimately fail and we will continue to beat by reaching the people directly through the internet.”

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Conspiracy overload.

In what appears to be only the second correction on the popular conspiracy theorist’s website, infowars.com, Alex Jones has publically apologized for pushing the Pizzagate scandal.

The Pizzagate scandal, as it infamously became known, surfaced after leaked emails from one of Hillary Clinton’s top aides, John Podesta, were taken out of context to convince people that a child sex ring was being operated out of Comet Ping Post restaurant in D.C. The restaurant is a popular neighborhood pizza joint owned by James Alefantis, a Clinton supporter, which gave far-right conspiracy theorists all the more reason to believe the rumors.

The restaurant came under the limelight last year, when a gunman allegedly barged into the pizzeria with an armed rifle, in search of children, who he believed were locked in the basement. The suspect had come to the conclusion, through his own investigations and unsubstantiated claims from far-right news outlets, that Clinton and her campaign chairman, Podesta, were indeed running a child trafficking ring from the pizza joint.

Even though a number of media outlets snubbed the news as false, Alex Jones, owner of Infowars.com, pushed the story through his own website, videos, and articles. While he is not the originator of the story, he certainly helped spread the news through social media and his own website, among far-right and conservative believers.

After the debunking of the claims, Jones went on record to apologize for the mistake. “In our commentary about what had become known as Pizzagate, I made comments about Mr. Alefantis that, in hindsight, I regret, and for which I apologize to him,” Jones said in a video.

He continued, “To my knowledge today, neither Mr. Alefantis nor his restaurant Comet Ping Pong were involved in any human trafficking as was part of the theories about Pizzagate that were being written about in many media outlets and which we commented upon. ”

He went on to admit that he had relied on reporters who were no longer employed by his company and all videos regarding the Pizzagate scandal had been removed from his website. He also reportedly invited James Alefantis to his show to talk about the incident in detail.

Alex Jones is a reputed conspiracy theorist, who, according to his website, believes in “seeking truth and exposing the scientifically engineered lies of the globalists and their ultimate goal of enslaving humanity.” He has also previously argued that the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre was a hoax and that it was a distraction from something the government wanted to cover up.

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hillary lost

Not only did Donald Trump win the presidency and Hillary lose, there is another huge loser that nobody is talking about.

Can we take a moment to talk about how awful the corporate media and the polls turned out to be?

It’s really embarrassing.

Thousands and thousands of people make great livings reporting on the news for the corporate media and none of them got it right. Nobody.

Nobody on MSNBC, nobody on CNN, and nobody on Fox came out before the election to say Trump would win in a potential Electoral College landslide.

Every poll was off and the constant reporting about how Hillary would walk away with the election was so wrong that this is being called the greatest upset in American political history.

Fox News is part of the corporate media and the establishment on the right and they finally realized around 3am that they got it all wrong and Trump was right.

The media got it so wrong that Alex Jones made better predictions than CNN. For weeks, the InfoWars leader said the polls were rigged and Trump is winning in a lot of states, but the corporate media just mocked him.

Who is laughing now, Washington Post?

This was an amazing election because the people we trust to give us factual news with insightful commentary had it so wrong that they may never recover.

The big loser tonight, other than Hillary, is most definitely the corporate media. I you watched any of the MSNBC or CNN coverage, you could see it on their faces– if you could look past all the egg.

Other than Hillary, who do you think the big losers of the night are? Let us know in the comments below.

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Texas Border

When it comes to reporting and news, Alex Jones and his Info Warriors are not the most respected journalists in America. Often focusing on conspiracy theories and fringe news, Alex Jones has somewhat of a bad reputation.

That doesn’t mean that he is wrong.

When Alex sent some reporters to our southern border, he had hoped to get some footage of illegals just walking into America to prove is his point that the borders are wide open.

Instead of getting some good footage, the reporters were arrested and detained.

They were taken into federal custody after having permission by two other agencies working on the border.

See the dramatic explanation from the people involved.

The big question is why where they detained?

What is on the border that the feds don’t want us to see? If Alex Jones is right, then the government is facilitating an open border to receive as many migrants that arrive.

If the feds are right, they were just protecting the border.

The video highlights how little we actually know about our southern border. How many people are actually coming in and why is the information being kept from us?

There are reports that more people have already crossed into America through the southern border so far this year than all of last year.

Illegal immigration is a real problem. The scary thing is we may not know how big of a problem it really is, especially if reporters are being arrested.

What do you think is happening at our southern border? Let us know in the comments below.

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Rubio’s “Gay Past”

Following our story on Rubio’s partying days and arrest in a known gay “hookup” site, the interwebs have lit up in his defense, but not from where you would expect.

While CNN and Fox News have done all that they can to hide from the story, the liberal publication, the Daily Beast, has come out swinging from the trees like an angry orangutan to beat down anyone who whispers the words, “foam party.”

The defense is surprising considering that Chelsea Clinton sits on the board of IAC, the parent company of the Daily Beast.

Their tactic to protect Rubio?

It’s clear in their headline, “How White Supremacists Tried to Smear Rubio with a Gay Lie.”

Ironically, the writer of the article, Asawin Suebsaeng, had to lead in with the article with two black women and Trump supporters, “Diamond” and “Silk” bringing up the allegation on CNN.

Here’s the clip:

But Asswing quickly directed to his “white supremacist” storyline by saying that Rubio’s gay story could be found on the hate-site, The Daily Stormer.

The writer then quickly shifted to Alex Jones’ Prison Planet to associate racists with conspiracy theorists to discredit a large swath of people.

The article was one of the most convoluted stretches to discredit that one could make.

A question remains, “why would liberals care?”

With the direct ties to Clinton, an argument could be reasonably be made that Mainstream Marco is the candidate of choice to take on Hillary in November.

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Next Wednesday will see the beginning of Jade Helm 15, a joint military training operation conducted across the southwest. The exercise, which will run through September 15th, is officially “to improve the Special Operations Forces’ UW capability as part of the National Security Strategy.”

The proposal for the operation identifies Texas specifically as having large areas of open land as well as infrastructure to support the scope of the operation, and will include Special Forces from every branch of the US Armed Forces as well as non-military agencies. The official release also identifies Texans’ historical support for the US military as a significant factor in the choice.

Since the operation was initially announced in March, controversy has swirled around it. Folks on both sides of the political aisle are squawking about the problems with the operation, while the military and the government insist that nothing is wrong.

For starters, no embedded reporters are allowed with the operation. The Washington Post reports that they have been denied access repeatedly since the initial announcement, despite the paper’s obvious connections in our nation’s capital. The Post is, of course, worried about the freedom of the press and made an eloquent case, noting the positive coverage generated in previous operations.

Naturally, the military sees it from a different angle.

“All requests from the media for interviews and coverage of U.S. Army Special Operations Command personnel, organizations and events are assessed for feasibility and granted when and where possible,” Lt. Col Mark Lastoria said in a statement released to the Post. “We are dedicated to communicating with the public, while balancing that against the application of operations security and other factors.”

Across the aisle from WaPo, Texas Governor Greg Abbot tapped into conspiracy fears when he ordered the Texas State Guard to “monitor” the operations. Many outlets have expressed concern that Jade Helm is a vehicle for the Obama administration to declare martial law in Texas, and Abbot’s public orders did little to assuage those fears.

From repeated conspiracy theorist Alex Jones to respected economic blog Zero Hedge, a wide array of outlets have noted that Jade Helm is going to ideally position US military forces to pacify possible secessionist movements within Texas. Liberty News has already outlined Texas’ attempts to create a new currency; it would hardly be surprising for the federal government to exert dominance over the state.

In search of clarity, we reached out to former USMC Captain Brent Eisberner, whose career credits include Warfighting Instructor at The Basic School (TBS), Quantico, transition team commander in Afghanistan, and more. Eisberner is currently enrolled in law school at the University of Wisconsin.

“I have participated in exercises like this before,” said Eisberner. “We used civilians and other Marines as role players. We also paid a lot of money to role-players from the specific country so they could talk in the native language, act like they would act in-country, etc. I think most people would be more upset paying hundreds of millions of dollars shipping role players to various bases for training than allowing the military to train out in some town that agrees to have them train there.”

Jade Helm, in fact, plans to pay over $150,000 to locals to assist in the training, according to official documents.

Eisberner laid out more reasons to dismiss conspiracy concerns, addressing anxieties about massive materiel movements. “How do you think they are going to get gear there to train?” he said. “We routinely shipped our gear across country to train with. Not only are you then training on your own gear, but you also get training on transportation of equipment. When I assisted in creating an Afghan Recon company and Engineer company, we had hundreds of vehicles that had to be transported from Kabul to Helmand Province. Having experience working with contracted transportation was invaluable and assisted me in planning for a cross country convoy… This allows for a better selection of equipment tailored to your mission, rather than bringing everything and the kitchen sink just because you can.”

As far as the reasons for using the states listed in the Jade Helm outline, Eisberner noted the troop familiarity with several common training grounds, right down to some soldiers having pizza delivered on their training missions. New ground, he argued, is essential to the troops improving their tactics. “Training in new landscapes, environments, weather, etc. offers a whole set of training opportunities that you simply can’t get,” he said. “It also allows you to see how your troops handle adversity that you can’t get while on a base.”

Still, there is no way to be entirely certain that there is no fire behind this smoke. The official maps of the Jade Helm exercise label huge swaths of Texas as “enemy territory,” a message seen as more than symbolic, given the state’s resistance to the Obama regime.

Chuck Norris threw his hat in the ring, vowing to protect Texas from a Navy SEAL incursion. “It’s neither over-reactionary nor conspiratorial to call into question or ask for transparency about Jade Helm 15 or any other government activity,” Norris wrote at WorldNetDaily. “To those who merely think we should check our brains at the door of the White House and trust what the government does, I would reiterate to you the words of one of our government’s primary founders, Benjamin Franklin, who said, ‘Distrust and caution are the parents of security.’”

Presidential candidate and Texas senator Ted Cruz weighed in as well, noting that while he had no reason to doubt the official claims, “I understand the reason for concern and uncertainty, because when the federal government has not demonstrated itself to be trustworthy in this administration, the natural consequence is that many citizens don’t trust what it is saying.”

Sinister takeover plan or business as usual, Jade Helm 15 rolls out next week. It sounds like either way, Texas’ civilians will be ready.


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