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?
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.”
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.