Alex Jones is Harming the Alt-Right with His Child Sex Slave Colony on Mars Theory

The alt-right widely believes that Alex Jones is controlled opposition. That means he’s a master of the “limited hangout.” He gets part of the truth out, but not all of it. He also diverts attention away from some significant issues using showman tricks.

We have strong evidence that the federal government and the press do not tell the truth all the time. Thus, it’s reasonable to take evidence and form it into a theory about what is true.

The problem that arises is when a wild man like Jones takes a conspiracy theory and pushes it to the point of absurdity.

Yesterday, Alex was being wildly ridiculed for seemingly endorsing a guest’s theory that there are child sex slave colonies on Mars.

If a prominent figure said that pedophile rings operate in Washington, D.C., lots of people would nod their head up and down in agreement. That’s plausible. We’ve seen prominent Washington figures convicted of child sex crimes.

If in the next breath, that figure said that pedophile rings were operating on Mars, then a person might begin to have doubts about the first claim.

Infowars and Alex Jones support Trump and some conservative/libertarian causes. Normally that would be a good thing. But if the public perceives conservative figures, including Trump as loons because of Jones, then it becomes a bad thing.

Does Jones deliberately cultivate nutty conspiracy theories to discredit Trump and discredit the evidence for plausible alternate interpretations of what is going down in the world today?

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Even in this age of free-flying conspiracy theories, this one’s a doozy.

On Thursday (June 29), a guest on Alex Jones’ radio show named Robert David Steele claimed that Mars is inhabited — by people sent to the Red Planet against their will.

“We actually believe that there is a colony on Mars that is populated by children who were kidnapped and sent into space on a 20-year ride, so that once they get to Mars, they have no alternative but to be slaves on the Mars colony,” Steele told Jones, the founder of the controversial InfoWars website.

t’s unclear why this “ride” would last two decades; it takes just 6 to 9 months to reach Mars using current propulsion technology. Perhaps Steele believes that the kidnapped children return to Earth, as adults, 20 years after being spirited away?

Whatever the details may be, Jones seemed open to the possibility.

“Look, I know that 90 percent of the NASA missions are secret, and I’ve been told by high-level NASA engineers that you have no idea,” Jones told Steele, who the show billed as a “CIA insider.” “There is so much stuff going on.”

Jones went on to add that “clearly, they don’t want us looking into what is happening; every time probes go over, they turn them off.”

The Daily Beast did some due diligence on Steele’s assertion, contacting NASA for a comment.

“There are no humans on Mars. There are active rovers on Mars. There was a rumor going around last week that there weren’t. There are,” Guy Webster, a spokesman at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, who specializes in the agency’s Mars-exploration activities, told The Daily Beast. “But there are no humans.”

Alex Jones has supported and promulgated conspiracy theories in the past. He has claimed, for example, that the December 2012 massacre in Newtown, Connecticut — in which 20-year-old Adam Lanza shot and killed 27 people, including 20 first-graders — was a hoax.

Mars has proven to be fertile ground for conspiracy theorists over the years as well. There’s the famous “face on Mars,” of course. And more recently, UFO enthusiasts have claimed that NASA’s Curiosity rover has captured images of a variety of Red Planet animals that resemble rats, lizards, squirrels and crabs.

Jones avoids the Jewish Question, which is a prominent piece of glue holding the alt-right together. Avoiding the question doesn’t harm us as far as I can see. I don’t mind that very much since I can find information about the JQ elsewhere. But venturing to articulate theories that most people will mock does hurt us since Jones sort of claims to be one of us.

Except for fun now and then, let’s keep it focused on real issues here on earth.

NBC Trotted Out 77 Year Old Tom Brokaw on Sunday Night to Denounce Alex Jones’ Racist Hate

Less than three minutes.

Tom Browkaw is part of establishment legacy news. His interest is in killing off alternative news sources like Infowars and alternative news analysis like this site.

Reading between the lines, Brokaw would have government roll back the First Amendment and ban Alex Jones and tens of thousands of other alternative news sources from the Internet. It’s clear that Browkaw would like to see Jones bankrupted and off the air, via lawsuits, if it can be done that way.

With alternative news silenced, then the (((Deep State))) would have us consume only officially approved narratives. As it leads us to our destruction.

Information Liberation offers a transcript of Brokaw’s comments if you prefer to read them.

In the video below, Brokaw denounces Alex Jones as a racist. Dear me! What has Brokaw been smoking!

Alex Jones is no racist. At best, he’s a mild race realist or racialist. Browkaw’s opinion is worth less than zero.

Jones vs. Kelly: Finally Over?

The embedded video above shows Alex Jones, Mike Cernovich, and Steve Pieczenik talking about the lies and distortions that Megyn Kelly brought to the table with her segment on Jones Sunday night.

NBC is blocking the publication of Megyn Kelly’s “interview” with Alex Jones on youtube. You can watch it on the Megyn Kelly webpage.

Kelly’s interview is a hatchet job. Until I heard the biased language coming from Kelly and her guests I never knew that anyone considered the Fat Man to be offensive because of his presentation of alternate views of some of the major news events of this century–9/11, the Sandy Hook shootings, Obama’s birth certificate, and more. The thing that bothered most of the conspiracy realists I follow was his failure to address the Jewish Question.

You have to believe that the sudden mainstream media interest in Jones is related to his relationship with President Donald Trump. By smearing Jones, some of the mud splatters upon Trump too.

When you consider that the press smears Trump a dozen times a day, seven days a week with their fake news narratives, why would anyone trust the press to tell the truth about Jones or any other “deplorable”?

Furthermore, when you consider the Neocon’s love of war and hostility to freedom, why would you trust the government to tell the truth?

All of the stories related to Kelly’s 17 minutes of anti-Jones, anti-Trump material stick with the narrative that Jones is evil and dangerous.

Excerpt from Variety

The one strong takeaway from the entire segment was that Jones is newsworthy and dangerous because he has the ear of our volatile president. The segment starts with that sentiment, and then proceeds to enumerate various situations in which Jones is a concerning public figure (including an interview with Neil Heslin, who lost his son in the Sandy Hook tragedy). Then it ends. To be sure, Kelly is right to observe that the connection is worth investigating. But the “Sunday Night” segment doesn’t seem like investigating; it’s instead a wind-up to a punch with no subsequent impact.

At least Variety acknowledges Kelly’s failures. But that’s probably because liberals hate her for her prior association with Fox News.

Excerpt from Deadline

One of Kelly’s fiercest critics, watchdog site Media Matters, called the broadcast “a report that was originally billed as a self-promotional head-to-head showdown with Alex Jones but got turned into “a well-edited investigation of the dangers posed by an unstable megalomaniac with millions of loyal fans, including one in the Oval Office” owing to a “well-deserved firestorm of denunciations.”

Insisting that Kelly deserves little credit for the changes the org warned its damage already had been done, saying “the network’s impotent reaction to Jones’ own grabs for media attention may allow the nation’s biggest producer of conspiracy theory media to come out the winner of tonight’s program.”

Jones seemed to agree. On YouTube, he live-streamed himself breaking open a bottle of champagne and calling the broadcast a big win.

Kellybots will follow her lead and spend Monday at the watercooler at work echoing the nonsense that Jones is dangerous. He may be loud and he may not get everything right and he may even be controlled opposition, but questioning 9/11 and Sandy Hook is patriotic, not dangerous.

The dirtbags at NBC and the liberal media don’t understand the appeal of Alex Jones. I could only find one article that treats him fairly.

Excerpt from American Thinker

Considering the longer term, Jones is in touch with and riding the wave of a powerful new meme that’s gaining currency worldwide. Its adherents believe that the game is stacked against the middle class as powerful and often unseen Deep State actors, globalists, the media, academia, popular culture, government bureaucracies, and other corrupt players conspire to transform for the worse life as we know it. Peaceful opposition to this onslaught is, as Jones has defined it – the Infowar. The Internet and the new media are making more plausible a worldwide wake-up call and a paradigm shift in information, awareness, and action. And they aren’t going away.

Meanwhile, one wonders what the NBC suits are thinking now about their widely reported $15 million-plus investment in their new golden girl, Megyn Kelly. She is decidedly not an Infowarrior or open in the least to the emerging new paradigm. And as her work at NBC is demonstrating, she is not even a good journalist.

Styx, not a fan of Jones or Kelly also gets it.

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Megyn Kelly’s Clownshow with Alex Jones Promises Fun Sunday Night Viewing

The media coverage of Sunday night’s Megyn Kelly hatchet job on the Fat Man, Alex Jones, has been extensive. It’s been enjoyable reading all the liberal anger with Kelly for her daring move to give Alex Jones credibility by interviewing him, even if the interview is a smear job.

Regular Lew Rockwell contributor Gary North explains how the media tries to slice and dice conservatives, using Kelly-Jones as the focal point.

Excerpt from Lew Rockwell

Megan Kelly got a promotion from Fox News to NBC because Donald Trump insulted her during an early Republican presidential debate. This promotion did not include an increase in wisdom. It merely gave her a larger audience for her to reveal her limitations. Her limitations are considerable.

Her latest bonehead move was to interview Alex Jones. This got her in trouble with NBC, because nobody is supposed to interview Jones. That would give him some degree of credibility. The mainstream media do not want to consider him as anyone who deserves credibility.

The mainstream media still believe that someone like Jones can get credibility only from the mainstream media. They still think it’s 1995.

Her response was this: she thinks he is despicable. She said that his view of Sandy Hook as a hoax is revolting. That bought her a little time. But time will run out on the evening of June 18, when her interview is scheduled to be run.

Jones did what any sensible conservative should always do when interviewed by the mainstream media. He made a secret recording of the entire interview. Now he has released the entire interview on YouTube.

Here’s the audio of the exchange between Kelly and Jones. In all honesty, it’s too painful for me to listen to, but it’s here for your convenience if you can stand to listen to Kelly.

There’s more leaked material at Infowars. There’s also over 3,000 comments there from Infowars readers.

He says that he did not claim to believe the story that Sandy Hook was a hoax. He simply said that he had offered theories regarding Sandy Hook to his viewers.

SELECTIVE QUOTATIONS

The game the liberals play is always the same. Anything that makes a conservative’s position look sensible is eliminated by three dots. The writer gets to pick and choose what he wants to illustrate. If he wants to illustrate something that will make a conservative look bad, he will quote him. He will not mention the missing qualifications to the outrageous statements.

Some journalists will quote the conservative link. When the conservative says something sensible, the journalist then adds three dots. These indicate a break in the interview. But most journalists don’t do this. They simply enter the quotation with a quotation mark. Then they continue to summarize what the conservative really means, which is what the journalist wants the reader to believe that the conservative really means. Then he provides another brief quotation inside quotation marks. This is an ancient technique of journalists. I’ve been a journalist long enough to know that this is how the game is played.

The media have been unsuccessful in doing this to me. That is because my statements are so outrageous and unqualified in any way that they prove irresistible to Left-wing journalists. These people usually quote me verbatim. I get my point across, and they get to look like heroes for having exposed to me.

The crucial point is this: almost nobody pays any attention. Hardly anybody reads these stories. My followers rarely read these stories. Liberals rarely read them.

Here is reality: journalists don’t have much clout. I learned this 40 years ago. “Sticks and stones will break my bones, but liberal journalists can never hurt me.” (You may quote me verbatim.)

In the case of Alex Jones, this is a bonanza for him. His followers are laughing derisively at Megyn Kelly. She is now under the digital sword of Damocles. If she runs her edited snippets, she will look like a fraud. In other words, she will look like exactly what she is.

On the other hand, if the network now has some junior technician frantically reinserting what Jones really said, Jones will look like a semi-reasonable fellow. Kelly will still look like a fraud, because Jones forced her hand early. He went public about the existence of his interview before she ran her hatchet job. Then he released the file.

She is now on the hook. I call it her Sandy Hook hook. No matter what she runs on her show on Sunday evening, she is going to look like a fraud. She can either be seen as a boneheaded, unwavering fraud, or she can be seen as a cowardly fraud who reinserted Jones’s qualifications, or worse, as a fraud who refuses to run the segment on Jones, despite the fact that she promised that she would.

The fallout from the clownshow will last a couple of days. The Jones vs Kelly feud will go on much longer.

Megyn Kelly’s Upcoming Interview with Alex Jones Draws Rebukes from Advertisers and SJWs

Like many of you I believe that Alex Jones is probably controlled opposition. Where we might disagree is whether he is harmful to our cause. I don’t think he is. In fact, I believe he helps us by drawing normies into an alternative universe where it’s acceptable to challenge the official narrative on 9/11 and other issues.

Megyn Kelly’s interview with Alex is set to air on the evening of Father’s Day, this Sunday.

Vox concisely explains the controversy in this excerpt.

Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has spent years trying to convince people that the parents of children slain at Sandy Hook Elementary School are liars.

Now freshly minted NBC host Megyn Kelly, formerly of Fox News, is giving him a mega platform to cast his doubt on them once again in one of the first sit-down interviews of her new Sunday night show.

After a teaser for the show, which will air this Sunday, was released, Kelly was blasted on Twitter for giving Jones airtime, with calls for a boycott to support the Sandy Hook parents. Advertisers have subsequently pulled ads from NBC, and Kelly was dropped as the host for a Sandy Hook fundraiser.

In the preview, Kelly attempts to be tough with Jones, and accuses him of dodging her questions. She said in a statement that she interviewed him to “shine a light” on an increasingly important media figure. An NBC executive also defended the program, saying there was value in having Jones sit down for an interview.

Vox goes on to attack Jones as a dangerous media figure who should not be given a platform to explain his views.

If you’ve ever watched hours of Alex Jones’s Infowars, as I have, you might come away steeped in a dark and distorted view of the world. Jones alleges that 9/11 was “an inside job,” that the Sandy Hook massacre was designed to get Americans to side with gun control, and that there’s a secret fungus epidemic spreading across the country and slowly killing Americans.

He delivers these bizarre claims, and many others, red-faced, in his signature husky rasp. They’re framed as truths the mainstream media and elites are hiding from public view, with Jones as the bearer of the truth.

The president of the United States, meanwhile, has applauded Jones and perpetuated falsehoods that originated on the show, like the suggestion that Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama started ISIS and that the election was rigged.

Actually, even the leftist Guardian agrees that the U.S. created ISIS. And the suspicions about 9/11 are widespread, including even a significant number of engineering professors.

Rather than continue quoting from the hatchet job that Vox does on Jones, let’s turn our attention to another perspective on the issue of Jones on network TV.

This excerpt from Hot Air tries to make sense of J.P. Morgan pulling its ads from the Jones episode.

It’s not as if NBC hired Alex Jones to give him his own show on their network. Kelly is trying to make a big splash and draw the maximum number of eyeballs with her current string of interviews and let’s face it… the name Alex Jones stops people in their tracks and gets heads turning.

And precisely how controversial or awful or whatever other adjective you’d care to employ is Jones? He called himself an entertainer during some recent family court hearings. I don’t think anyone is in danger of seeing a clip from Infowars airing on NBC and mistaking it for the latest item pulled off the Associated Press wires.

There are so many breaking stories about this interview that I can only touch upon the controversy.

Among the newest stories to be published, The Guardian offers the insight that NBC has been surprised by the intensity of the reaction to the Jones interview.

To me, if the powers that be are so intent on silencing Jones, he must have something to say that they don’t want us to hear. So, let’s hear it.

Alex Jones Interviewed by Megyn Kelly: His Take? She’s “cold, robotic, dead”

GRATUITOUS LEEANN MACADOO BIG BUST VIDEO.

In the above video, Alex Jones praises LeeAnn as much better looking than Megyn Kelly. And smarter too.

Haha. Another man besides Trump is willing to dump on Miss Megyn. If you think I’m a woman hater for holding her in low esteem, be aware that I think Greta van Susteran was great on Fox. She gets the job done without being obnoxious.

So, here’s to the Fat Man for kicking Kelly in the rump with some truth.

Media Matters

Prominent conspiracy theorist and President Donald Trump ally Alex Jones is lashing out after being interviewed by Megyn Kelly for an episode of NBC’s Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly. Following Tuesday’s interview taping, Jones is now suggesting Kelly is aligned with the “New World Order” globalist conspiracy theory, complaining that she is producing a “fake news” piece about him, and declaring that she is “not feminine” but is “cold, robotic, dead.”

Kelly visited Jones at his Austin, TX, studios Tuesday to conduct an interview with him for an upcoming episode of her show.

At the top of the June 7 broadcast of The Alex Jones Show, Jones declared Kelly’s interview of him to be “fake news” and said of the show’s producer: “I felt like the lady that’s the lead producer — nice southern belle lady, older lady — is like somebody that leads you to the gas chamber, or to the hangman’s noose, or to the electric chair. They comfort you, give you your last meal.”

Jones continued complaining about the interview later in the show, suggesting that Kelly is associated with the “New World Order” conspiracy theory and claiming that she “was kind of snickering about world government and forced population control.”

He suggested that Kelly is a “sociopath” or “psychopath,” and also said Kelly is “not feminine” but instead is “cold, robotic, dead.” He added, “I felt zero attraction to Megyn Kelly.”

Prior to conducting the interview, Kelly visited Jones’ studio to observe him as he broadcast the June 6 edition of his program. Jones paused his conversation with a guest to speak with Kelly about her show and their upcoming interview. During an exchange about whether Kelly will interview Trump, Jones asked her whether she would sit in Trump’s lap, to which Kelly responded, “Move on.” Jones also said, “I got to say, she’s prettier in person.” Kelly responded, “I never know whether that’s a compliment or not in my line of work.”

Over the past few weeks, Jones has repeatedly made lewd comments about Kelly. During his May 15 broadcast, Jones said Kelly “thinks I’m a Texas hillbilly and that a hot woman telling me how much she wants to interview me and how she’s obsessed with me will get me to talk to her. And even though I know it was B.S., it still works, so I’m going to be doing the interview.”

He then repeatedly asked his guest co-host whether he should “put her over my knee” during the interview, later adding that he was talking about how he’d “put her over my knee politically,” and said, “Can we put [the late model] Betty Page on screen please, putting a girl over her knee?” He that he was “trolling” because “I can’t help it. I can say anything I want and it’s all over the news the next day.”

Jones again made lewd comments about Kelly during his May 31 broadcast, saying, “Megyn Kelly’s coming next week. I want Kathy Griffin, me, and Megyn Kelly to oil wrestle next week on air.” Seconds later he said, “I’m just challenging Megyn Kelly and Kathy Griffin to a boxing match — I’ll take both of them on,” explaining that he was trying to allude to comedian Andy Kaufman, who wrestled women.

No air date has been announced for Jones’ interview. This week, Kelly’s show will air an interview with sportscaster Erin Andrews.

The Fat Man does good!

FBI Arrests Jew Trump Hater Reality Leigh Winner for Leaking Classified Document

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A 25 year old (((white))) female military veteran is under arrest tonight, charged with leaking a Top Secret classified document to the press.

All Trump haters should have their security clearances revoked. They would gladly put the public in grave danger so long as there was the slightest chance of delegitimizing President Trump.

The far left Mother Jones is reporting that the document is another of those reports (which are surely fake intel) that links Donald Trump to the Russians.

The name Winner is an anglicized version of the Ashkanizi name Weiner.

Excerpt from Heavy

A 25-year-old federal contract worker in Augusta, Georgia has been charged by the Department of Justice for taking Top Secret materials from her workplace and mailing them to a news outlet.

Reality Leigh Winner was arrested by the F.B.I. on June 3 and appeared in federal court in Augusta on June 5. She was charged with gathering, transmitting or losing defense information that could have been damaging to the U.S. It’s alleged that she took a Top Secret document, copied it and mailed it to a news organization believed to be The Intercept, NBC News reported, though the organization was not named in the federal court documents.

The Intercept had published an intelligence document on June 5 —
the same day Winner appeared in court — that’s in line with what’s said in a criminal complaint. The NSA document was dated May 5. The Intercept’s report described details about Russian efforts to hack voting systems in the U.S. about one week before the 2016 presidential election. The document said that it “raises the possibility that Russian hacking may have breached at least some elements of the voting system, with disconcertingly uncertain results.”

Winner was an employee at Pluribus International Corporation based out of Alexandria, Virginia. She was then assigned to a government agency in Georgia. She was employed at the facility since February 13, and held a Top Secret security clearance.

Pluribus is an analytical and engineering service that provides its services to federal, defense, security and the intelligence community. The company has 22 locations across the world, including three in the Republic of Korea. The one located in Georgia is in Fort Gordon.

Notably, Winner didn’t shy away from giving her take on politics. Just one day before the 2016 presidential election, she made a post to Facebook saying “on a positive note, This Tuesday when we become the United States of the Russian Federation, Olympic lifting will be the national sport.”

It also appeared as if Winner created a Twitter account under the handle “Sara Winners” to comment on a slew of political things, such as the North Dakota Pipeline and politics.

Her mother told The Daily Beast that Reality is “very passionate about her views.” But she said that she’s “never to my knowledge been active in politics or any of that.”

Prior to working for Pluribus, Winner was an active duty member of the U.S. Air Force. She was in the Air Force as a linguist, and speaks Pashto, Farsi and Dari, her mother Billie Winner-Davis told The Guardian’s Jon Swaine.

According to a search warrant obtained by Heavy, a special agent with the F.B.I. received information that Winner possessed and willfully sent classified information that was believed to result in damage to national security. The agency received the tip from the news outlet that received the document on May 30 saying that it may have received and classified information. The court document said that the reporting was dated by the NSA as May 5.

After launching an investigation, they found that Winner was one of six people who had access to the document in question on her computer. When investigating those six people, authorities found out that Winner had email contact with the news outlet on March 30 and then again March 31 from her personal GMail account.

In that email, Winner had asked for transcripts of a specific podcast, and a second email confirmed that she had subscribed to the podcast. She allegedly “printed, improperly removed and transmitted classified information from a defense agency of the U.S. government.”

After she printed the information, she mailed the document to the outlet, and the letter was postmarked with Augusta, Georgia, the criminal complaint said.

Authorities arrested her June 3 at her home, and she was subsequently interviewed by investigators. Winner admitted to removing the classified intelligence reporting from her office in Georgia, copying it and mailing it to the news outlet. She allegedly told agents that she knew that she wasn’t allowed to share the intelligence reporting that she obtained, and she was aware that using the information for a news report could cause damage to the U.S. by a foreign nation.

Winner was then taken into federal custody, where she remains as she awaits trial.

Although I appreciate Julian Assange, he’s Tweeted his support for Winner, a position with which I disagree.

Winner’s motive is not patriotism, but anti-Trumpism.

Throw the book at her.

Styx weighs in. He makes some good points you won’t hear anywhere else. Five minutes.

UPDATED WITH MORE PICTURES AND LINKS.

4 CHAN IS WINNER JEWISH?

Link to photo collection at Heavy

Even more photos at the link to Heavy.

INFOWARS DOSSIER ON HER. Her Tweets are filled with hate for Trump and for America. From that link:

The most remarkable part of this story is how our nation’s standards have collapsed to the point where 25-year-old female social justice warriors are given access to classified information.

Infowars also reports that she was radicalized by Stephen Colbert and a host of other Hollywood filth. However, it’s also reporting that she’s white, refusing to call a Jew a Jew.