Alex Jones Has a Meltdown After Hillary Clinton Uses His Own Words to Expose His Insanity (Video)

If I had to make a list of people I loathe the most, InfoWars’ Alex Jones would be near the top of the list. The “human walrus,” as I like to call him, is nothing more than a bottom-feeding conspiracy theorist who preys on ignorance, mental instability and paranoia. What’s so astonishing about someone who’s turned himself into a millionaire by peddling his special brand of crazy is that, despite being around for years, almost nothing he’s claimed has ever been proven true.

Then again, to be someone who trusts Jones means you’re someone who relinquished the burden of needing facts or credible evidence to support something you believe. That’s basically how conspiracy theorists perpetuate their cons. They make bold, outlandish claims — then accuse any and all evidence that debunks their foolishness of being “part of the conspiracy.”

Apparently, even when someone uses your own words to expose what an unhinged and insane individual you are.

On Friday, Jones had quite the meltdown after Hillary Clinton used him as an example of the radical “alt-right” conspiracy theorists who Donald Trump has embraced as legitimate news people.

“The individual who openly stole the Democratic Party nomination from Bernie Sanders gave a press conference in Reno, Nevada, where she attacked the resistance to her takeover of this country by foreign banks, the Saudi Arabian government, the communist Chinese and others,” Jones said.

“She came out and attacked the free press, she came out and told lie after lie about how Donald Trump wouldn’t disavow David Duke, it was crazy,” he added. “It was total lies.”

Of course, overwhelming evidence has proven — repeatedly — that the Democratic primary wasn’t “stolen” from anyone, and there’s video evidence of Trump playing dumb when he was asked to disavow David Duke on national television.

However, what seemed to bother him most was when Clinton accused Jones of claiming “that 9/11 and the Oklahoma City bombings were inside jobs — he said the victims of the Sandy Hook massacre were child actors and no one was actually killed there.”

“She lied, not only to the U.S. but the world, and said that when I talk about 9/11 being an inside job that the whole government did it or that I say that no children died at Sandy Hook and they were all actors,” Jones stated. “I’ve never said any of those things.”

Except — he did claim that Sandy Hook was a hoax and his website has frequently suggested that 9/11 and the Oklahoma City bombing were both an inside job.

Here’s what Jones said about the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre:

Sandy Hook is a synthetic, completely fake, with actors, in my view manufactured. I couldn’t believe it at first. I knew they had actors there, clearly, but I thought they killed some real kids.

You know how sick and twisted you have to be to believe that Sandy Hook was fake? Yet, there’s Jones’ own words where he put his support behind the conspiracy that the shooting was a hoax.

Then again, this is nothing new for Jones. Practically any time there’s some sort of mass shooting or terrorist attack he claims it’s an “inside job/false flag” attack. From the Boston Marathon bombing, to last year’s mass shooting in San Bernardino, Jones and his website InfoWars are nothing if not predictable when it comes to claiming “the government was behind it” following practically every tragedy.

Hell, here’s a link to a video where Jones claimed that the Orlando shooting was a false flag because our government is allowing terrorists to come into the country. Although, the main problem with that conspiracy is that the Orlando shooter was an American citizen who was born in this country. Then again, Jones is well aware of the fact that the sheep who follow him are gullible and ignorant enough to believe whatever drivel he’s selling them.

But this is how conspiracy theorists operate. They say whatever they want to say, they make up whatever they want to make up, because they exist inside of a world where reality doesn’t matter.

Alex Jones can throw as many hissy fits as he wants, and I’m sure he’ll continue to do so. The fact of the matter is, the accusations Hillary Clinton made concerning comments he’s said and conspiracies his website has perpetuated were absolutely true.

Watch his rant below:

Allen Clifton

Allen Clifton is a native Texan who now lives in the Austin area. He has a degree in Political Science from Sam Houston State University. Allen is a co-founder of Forward Progressives and creator of the popular Right Off A Cliff column and Facebook page. Be sure to follow Allen on Twitter and Facebook, and subscribe to his channel on YouTube as well.


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