Alex Jones Retracts Chobani Yogurt Migrant Rapist Statements in Response to Defamation Lawsuit

Since his divorce and recent child custody hearing, Alex Jones knows that the American legal system is rigged against him and against all decent, conservative Americans.

Rather than risk seeing more of his empire stolen from him by crooked judges, he took the out given by law of retracting his claims relating to the sand roach owner of Chobani yogurt and the company.

The Guardian

Rightwing radio host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones said Wednesday that he had retracted previous stories and tweets about Chobani and regretted them, settling a defamation lawsuit brought by the yoghurt giant.

The brief statement read by Jones at the end of his radio show is a reversal from previous claims that he would never back down in the defamation case.

Chobani had argued in its lawsuit that Jones and his InfoWars website posted fabricated stories in April that linked Chobani owner Hamdi Ulukaya and the company to a sexual assault case involving refugee children. The company filed the lawsuit in Idaho district court in Twin Falls, where it operates the largest yoghurt plant in the world.


Jones said during his broadcast: “During the week of 10 April 2017, certain statements were made on the InfoWars Twitter feed and YouTube channel regarding Chobani that I now understand to be wrong.

“The tweets and video have now been retracted, and will not be reposted. On behalf of InfoWars, I regret that we mischaracterized Chobani, its employees and the people of Twin Falls, Idaho, the way we did.”

This is not Jones’s first apology over a false story. In March, Jones also apologized for promoting the “pizzagate” conspiracy rumors that led to a gunman firing an AR-15 rifle in a Washington DC pizza restaurant as he “self-investigated” a bogus theory that the Comet Ping Pong restaurant was at the center of a child sex-abuse plot and Democratic leaders.

In a nearly six-minute video, he read a statement in which he apologized to James Alefantis, the owner of Comet Ping Pong, and tried to minimize his role in spreading the rumors.

“I made comments about Mr Alefantis that in hindsight I regret, and for which I apologize to him,” Jones said. “We relied on third-party accounts of alleged activities and conduct at the restaurant. We also relied on accounts of reporters who are no longer with us.”

Jones, whose InfoWars site is known as America’s foremost conservative conspiracy theory outlet, has previously dismissed the Sandy Hook massacre, in which 20 elementary school students and six school staff were murdered, as “completely fake”, and has branded the September 11 terror attacks an “inside job”. During the recent US presidential race, Donald Trump took the unprecedented step of appearing for an interview on Jones’s site. Trump was interviewed for about 30 minutes by Jones in December 2015, and later called Jones a “nice guy”.

Even with his flaws, which may include being controlled opposition, Alex does good work in some areas. If he’s turned people’s heads toward the fact that the Chobani company is owned by a sand roach, then he’s done some good in this instance.

Checking in with Wikipedia, it’s seen that Ulukaya’s ex-wife claims that he bribed an employee of another company to get the recipe for his yogurt. If true, he’s a crook. And if he’s a crook, then the statements that Alex made are probably true.

16 thoughts on “Alex Jones Retracts Chobani Yogurt Migrant Rapist Statements in Response to Defamation Lawsuit

  1. I can’t imagine the yogurt guy, who looks like Arafat’s cousin, would accept an apology in lieu of MONEY. So I wonder if Jones also had to pay at least something.

    The bad news is, other people or companies who hate “alternative news,” will see how easy they can “win” against truthers, so more lawsuits may be coming down the line.

    Why did Paul Joseph Watson leave InfoWars? He’s out on his own now, right?

    • I believe it’s a matter of Texas law. The accused has 30 days to retract and apologize with no consequences. I read that when Alex apologized about pizzagate. Laws would vary by state, I think. I haven’t tried to look up the law on this, but it sounds plausible.

      • Ohhh, OK, that makes sense, state laws. That’s a nice little “out” for defamation defendants.

  2. The Chobani towel-head is a billionaire now. He bought out the local yokel politicians in Idaho where the three sand-niggers raped the five year-old girl. The local jews, I mean newspaper, of course backed the sand-niggers. The local police and DA’s Office, of course, tried to hide the facts and backed the sand-niggers. The Chobani towel-head’s yogurt plant is the largest employer in that area (and employs many dune-coon refugees dumped in Idaho) and, of course, pays a lot in payroll and taxes, so the local yokel officials will not challenge Chobani. Typical libtards/(((libtards))) bought off by shekels or dinars. These type people would crawl over their dead mothers to f*ck their sisters. Crude, but appropos for these fiends.

  3. BTW, Breitbart banned me today. My comments were too jew-aware and race realist for their effete tastes. Oh well, I will have to use my alter-ego, Sledge-hammer, get back up on the horse, and continue to make my jew-aware and race-realist statements. Amazing is it not, that the Christ-killers and libtards want to stifle the truth, crush us evil YT’s, and prevent us from
    seeing and knowing the truth about them. The truth can be a hammer or a balm. Just keep hammering away.

  4. Also, Sledge-hammer was my name at the website Zero Hedge, a good web-site, but I got banned from there too. Been too lazy to set-up a new email, etc.

  5. Good quote re the spoiled-rotten PC-MultiCult-Crowd:

  6. Chobani is inferior yoghurt massively promoted. If ever a single brand product covers about one square metre of width and height in shelf space, know you are looking at mass produced garbage. The best yoghurts have just a couple of items – and sometimes only one. They can be hard to spot among the 100 Chobani type crap items.
    There is an irritating trend to sell one hundred different flavours of yoghurt, with added sugar, which is way less healthy than plain yoghurt. This is just a con to take up more shelf space. My guess is that Chobani pays supermarkets for the huge shelf space. Other big companies do this like Kraft – so it seems that Kraft cheese for example predominates, even if the quality and taste is low.
    I prefer Greek plain yoghurt, there are several good ones made in Australia and Chobani is not one of them. I bought it once and never again. If they stole the recipe then they stole a bad recipe.
    Greek yoghurt made in Greece is the best, in my opinion. Mevgal is great if you can get it. I can’t speak for the product if it is made in another country.

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