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.

HAMDI ULUKAYA.

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“The tweets and video have now been retracted, and will not be reposted.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.

Kushner Corrupt: Trump Compromised (Infowars Video)

In passing Alex Jones’ guest Dr. Steve Pieczenik casually mentions that Israel was behind 9/11. That won me over. Alex Jones made no comment in response. Dr. Steve actually gets to say his first words at the 4:45 mark. Until then, Alex is babbling.

The subject is the soft coup against President Donald Trump led by Jared Kushner. Dr. Steve mentions the Steinmetz family as being equally as corrupt as young Kushner. His main point is that Kushner has to go.

Excerpt from The Telegraph

Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has made major real estate investments with the nephew of controversial Israeli billionaire Beny Steinmetz, it has emerged.

Raz Steinmetz invested around $50m in a series of deals by Mr Kushner in 2012 to snap up prime locations in New York City.

The revelations, first reported by the New York Times, throw more light on the complex web of business dealings surrounding the US first family, and could prove uncomfortable in light of an ongoing bribery scandal relating to a giant iron ore deposit in Guinea.

Beny Steinmetz, whose family made its fortune in diamonds, is being investigated by authorities in three countries over allegations that his company BSG Resources paid bribes to acquire the rights to the Simandou project in Guinea in 2008.

The battle to control Simandou has attracted the attention of the US Department of Justice, which has charged Mahmoud Thiam, Guinea’s minister of mines between 2009 and 2010, with accepting bribes from a Chinese company.

Alex Jones Loses Child Custody Battle to Jew ex-Wife

Austin, Texas is one of the most liberal cities in America. Austinites hate Alex Jones. After all, he’s a Trump supporter and he’s eccentric in a right-wing sort of way. I’m sure the hippies and hipsters in Austin think he’s an evil Nazi.

Alex’s half Jewish kids (all Jewish by Jewish law since their mother is a Jew) would have had a lot of weird fun growing up in the Jones household. Now, they’ll grow up to be neurotic Jews that Alex will hardly recognize as his own.

Excerpt from Buzzfeed

AUSTIN — After a grueling 10-day trial, a jury has ruled in favor of Infowars founder and CEO Alex Jones’ ex-wife, Kelly, in the custody of their three children.

The jury, which deliberated for roughly nine and a half hours, ruled Thursday night to give Kelly Jones joint custody with the ability to dictate the residence of the children. Previously she had joint custody with limited, supervised visitation rights with residence dictated by Alex Jones.

It was a defeat for Alex Jones, who watched the verdict with a stoic expression and left promptly after the verdict without talking to reporters. Upon hearing the verdict, Kelly Jones dabbed her eyes with a tissue and hugged her lawyer, Robert Hoffman.

Moments later, Kelly Jones spoke briefly to the press, thanking God for the verdict.

“I’m so blessed to have such a wonderful support system, such a wonderful family and friends who stood beside me through all this, and I just pray that from what’s happened to my family that people can really understand what parental alienation syndrome is and get an awareness about it, ’cause we could stop this from happening in future,” she said.

The verdict came on the same day as the lawyers delivered their closing arguments. On Alex Jones’ side, his lawyers portrayed his ex-wife as emotionally unstable and quick to wrongly accuse the Texas family court system of deep corruption against her. Conversely, Kelly Jones’ lawyers made the case that Alex Jones was a “master manipulator” who’d alienated the children against her.

“Mr. Jones is like a cult leader,” attorney Hoffman told the jury. “And we’ve seen the horrific damage cult leaders do to their followers.”

Hoffman argued that the trial focused unjustly on the faults of Kelly Jones, allowing Alex to fly under the radar. “Is it Mr. Jones’ celebrity or his vast wealth that’s allowed him to escape detection? Nobody can stop this man,” he said to the jury, allowing the words to hang in the air for dramatic effect. “Except for you.”

The custody case — a somewhat ordinary family law matter — quickly captured national media attention after news broke that Jones’ attorneys planned to defend his custody on the grounds that his two-plus decades of conspiracy theorizing has been “performance art.”

For onlookers, the trial then offered the allure of answering the burning question: Where does Alex Jones the character end and Alex Jones the man begin?

Questions of Alex Jones’ character were discussed. On the witness stand, Kelly Jones accused him of being a “violent, cruel, and abusive man who engages in hate speech at home and in public.”

She accused him of racist and homophobic comments, as well as frequent comments demeaning to women. “He’s enraged and out of control all the time,” she said, calling Infowars (which Mrs. Jones was involved with many years ago) “a portal of hate.”

Jones and his lawyers meanwhile painted a picture of a kind and gentle family man who never brings his work home with him. “I just want to be with the kids, swim in the pool, and eat hamburgers,” Alex Jones told the court last week.

Well, trying to find a silver lining in the dark cloud for Alex, maybe the unfairness of the court system to men will get as much publicity as Super Male Vitality at Infowars now.

Horndog Alex Jones claims he ‘had over 150 women’ by age 16

It didn’t happen unless Alex can produce the 150 women he says he defiled with his manliness.

Maybe they were aliens from another planet?

New York Daily News

Sandy Hook and 9/11 conspiracist Alex Jones — famous for believing what he wants to believe — claimed in the midst of his high-profile custody trial to have “had over 150 women” by age 16.

“When I was 16, I didn’t want to party anymore. I didn’t want to play games anymore. I grew up. I’d already been in the fights, all the big rituals,” the Trump-endorsed radio host, 43, said in a weekend “Infowars” dispatch flagged by the Austin American-Statesman.

“I’d already had probably — I hate to brag, but I’m not bragging, it’s actually shameful — probably 150 women or more, that’s conservative,” he added. “I’d already had over 150 women; I’d already been in fights with full-grown men. I was already dating college girls by the time I was 15 years old. I was already a man at 16.”

The Dallas native’s supposed sex-partner count came 48 minutes into a bizarre Saturday video titled “Sandy Hook Vampires Exposed” — which, as the Statesman points out, supplied no new information on the 2012 mass school shooting.

Jones used a scrawled series of stick-figure drawings to argue that at age 35, “you are at your peak, peak, peak, peak, peak, peak, peak,” and that “you’re supposed to have children by 16 in every culture, biologically.”

His “shameful” confession was the latest personal revelation to emerge during his custody proceedings, where his attorney planned to argue his crazed “Infowars” persona — which features baseless conspiracy theories, threats of violence and Jones yelling and taking off his shirt — was just a “character.”

ALEX JONES AT THE TRAVIS COUNTY COURTHOUSE.

On Thursday — aka the stoner holiday 4/20 — Jones said he smoked marijuana on a yearly basis “to monitor its strength,” according to BuzzFeed News. He further theorized that investor George Soros, a favorite scapegoat of his, was making weed too strong.

His ex-wife, Kelly Jones, is seeking sole or joint custody of their three kids during the Travis County Courthouse trial.

In a Friday statement, Jones — who has claimed that Newtown, Conn., massacre that left 20 children dead was “a giant hoax” — asked the media to be “respectful and responsible and to show due deference to the process of the law.”

Alex seems a little out of control, don’t you think?

You can watch the Alex Jones Sandy Hook Video on Infowars or embedded below.

Doctor: Alex Jones Diagnosed With Narcissistic Personality Disorder

No matter what is revealed about Alex Jones, I’ll still have a soft spot in my heart for him.

Like millions of others he got me to thinking about things that the (((power elites))) would prefer that we not think about. In fact, it was Jones, David Icke, Henry Makow, Stormfront, and Jared Taylor that started me on my journey.

The lawyers are doing what lawyers do, demonizing the other party. Headshrinkers can be bought who’ll say anything the lawyers want them to say.

The Daily Beast

Infowars founder Alex Jones was diagnosed with narcissistic personality disorder in a psychiatric evaluation, the divorce case manager confirmed during his custody trial in Austin on Wednesday. Austin psychologist Alissa Sherry said that a different doctor compiled the report, part of what she said was the most time-consuming divorce case she has ever worked. People diagnosed with NPD typically show traits including a lack of empathy, arrogance, and a propensity for grandiose fantasies. They are also frequently described as manipulative and demanding. Minutes earlier, an attorney for ex-wife Kelly Jones discussed at length an incident in which Alex Jones reportedly yelled at his daughter for wearing a boot for her broken toe, which Sherry said could “perhaps” be a symptom of NPD. Day 3 of the custody trial has so far focused on the testimony of Sherry, interspersed with brief moments of tension between Alex Jones and ex-wife Kelly Jones’ legal team, who have complained over the past two days that Jones is shaking his head and smirking at them repeatedly.

KELLY. COURT-ORDERED $43,000 A MONTH CHILD SUPPORT.

Alex Jones Exposed reveals that ex-wife Kelly, pictured above, is Jewish.

Heavy offers five fast facts about Kelly.

The Daily Stormer takes a dim view of the ex-wife, claiming she’s “trying to kike him.”

The New York Daily News is reporting that the residents of Newtown, site of the infamous Sandy Hook school massacre that Jones says did not take place, are demanding that President Trump denounce Alex.

There’s an informative analysis of some of the legal issues involved at the Los Angeles Times, which I recall allows you to read 5 or 10 free articles a month.

I looked at the brief article on narcissistic personality disorder at Psychology Today. For what it’s worth, I don’t believe Alex has that mental disorder.

I’ll say the same about him that I said about Bill O’Reilly.

Alex Jones is an ***h*le, but he’s my ***h*le. Being a ******* doesn’t mean you’re a mental case.

Alex Jones’ Divorce Lawyer: He’s A Phony “playing a character.”

If you do nothing else with this post, watch the minute and a half video that has taken on a great importance as Alex Jones’ ex-wife tries to gain custody of their three children.

It will be interesting to see if Kelly Jones calls out her ex-husband as a Zionist shill. The vibe I’m getting in this story is that she thinks he’s for real, believing everything he says.

mystatesman.com

At a recent pretrial hearing, attorney Randall Wilhite told state District Judge Orlinda Naranjo that using his client Alex Jones’ on-air Infowars persona to evaluate Alex Jones as a father would be like judging Jack Nicholson in a custody dispute based on his performance as the Joker in “Batman.”

“He’s playing a character,” Wilhite said of Jones. “He is a performance artist.”

But in emotional testimony at the hearing, Kelly Jones, who is seeking to gain sole or joint custody of her three children with Alex Jones, portrayed the volcanic public figure as the real Alex Jones.

“He’s not a stable person,” she said of the man with whom her 14-year-old son and 9- and 12-year-old daughters have lived since her 2015 divorce. “He says he wants to break Alec Baldwin’s neck. He wants J-Lo to get raped.

“I’m concerned that he is engaged in felonious behavior, threatening a member of Congress,” she said, referring to his recent comments about California Democrat Adam Schiff. “He broadcasts from home. The children are there, watching him broadcast.”

Beginning Monday, a jury will be selected at the Travis County Courthouse that in the next two weeks will be asked to sort out whether there is a difference between the public and private Alex Jones, and whether, when it comes to his fitness as a parent, it matters.

Keep reading until the end and you will learn that Alex has remarried and his new wife is ready to have a baby. Which is kind of disappointing because I thought he had a thing for the “female bodied” human, the lovely Lee Ann Macadoo.

LEE ANN MACADOO. SHE’S WHY GUYS WATCH.

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White House Leaker is Trump Son-in-Law (((Jared Kushner))), Says Roger Stone

I hope Roger Stone is wrong about this. A split between President Trump and his son-in-law would force Ivanka Trump to take sides. If she choose Jared, it would kill the President.

The Jewish question is well discussed on youtube. Samples:

the Jews are in the center of it again

So true, they have been in control of the Vatican for a long time. Allot of the very evil popes were crypto-jews as well.

Never liked Jared Kushner.
His father is a serious criminal.
His father is so corrupt, he couldn’t even buy his way out of prison time.

I don’t trust Ivanka and Kushner. They look and sound like globalist liberals.

There must be a reasonable explanation about Kushner. “lm sure this is not right.

I didn’t know his father, Charles Kushner, bought the 666th Fifth Ave building in Manhattan. Interesting….

With Jews…you lose