Millions of people follow Alex Jones’ news service because it is more accurate and truthful than other news sources. If you doubt this, listen to the lies a news woman tells Jones in a pre-interview. Hear it with your own ears. After that, read some of the news propaganda and realize how evil mainstream fake news has become. It’s mind boggling that they get away with this.
If you can accept your perception on this one issue, you should re-evaluate other things you’re reading in the establishment news because much of it is baloney. Why continue to get your news from liars?
Jones says he thinks people probably did die at Sandy Hook, but that he did run the scenario of it being a false flag operation based on past proven lies and propaganda operations. What she reports, however, is that he says no one died, that it was all a hoax. Listen to it. It’s totally disgusting, she does exactly what she tells him she will not do.
Now read the spin. This is a hit piece:
If there’s one thing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones knows, it’s fake news — which may be why he denounced his own interview with NBC anchor Megyn Kelly.
Jones, the host of “InfoWars” and peddler of a debunked and reviled notion that the Sandy Hook massacre was a hoax, said Monday he wants NBC News to pull his pre-taped interview with Kelly — a “rigged” report full of “fake news,” he said.
Jones posted evidence that the interview is edited to take him out of context and create a villain. That’s why he denounced it.
I don’t agree with all of Jones’ views, but I repeatedly hear things on InfoWars shows that turn out to be true in mainstream sources years later.
If you won’t consider facts that contradict what you currently believe, you are crazy. Crazy is that state when your mental model of the world is significantly different from the actual world. In other words, your map is wrong, it does not match the real territory.
This is common, but thankfully, some craziness is correctable with education.
Alex Jones could be part of a bigger scheme. Perhaps InfoWars is a secretly state-provided alternative news source that is part of a brilliant system to control public behavior, to prevent any actual messy “revolutions” as happen in other counties.
I’ll still be following their stories and I’ll continue never watching NBC. An NBC reader writes:
“I find Alex Jones’s suggestion that Sandy Hook was ‘a hoax’ as personally revolting as every other rational person does. It left me, and many other Americans, asking the very question that prompted this interview: how does Jones, who traffics in these outrageous conspiracy theories, have the respect of the president of the United States and a growing audience of millions?
The rational answer is simple: because some outrageous conspiracy theories are true (InfoWars). This is a verifiable and documented fact. If you don’t believe it, google any one of the 33 conspiracy theories on the InfoWars link above. There are laws against conspiracy in the USA and people are convicted and sent to jail for it.
Some people hear this and their eyes glaze over, because the territory does not match their map. To them, “outrageous conspiracy theory” means “false information,” but that is not true.
Some conspiracy theories are false, some are true. Outrage is not a criteria that has relevance to factuality. It was outrageous that babies were taken out of incubators and left to die on the cold hospital floor in Iraq. The person who testified to this while crying was extremely convincing… but she turned out to be a paid actor. It was a total lie. How much daily headline news is true? 99%?1%?