CBD: Can It Make You Fail A Drug Test?

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Medical News Today pose an interesting question that anyone using or thinking of using CBD should be aware of.

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Was Coronavirus in UK in September 2019?

I think there is a high probability I contracted and suffered with Covid-19 for a three to four month period starting from early to mid October 2019. In the UK. So, let me tell you my story

“People are on heightened awareness about any sort of respiratory infection and it is easy to retrofit stories to things,” Dr Stephen Baker, Cambridge University’s Infectious Diseases Institute in The Guardian, 1st June 2020

The received wisdom, however, has already been retfrofitted with the first known case now being recorded on November 17th 2019, when it was first thought the first case was in late December 2019. The quote above came from The Guardian website. The article went on to note that the day before the first confirmed death outside of China, the guitarist of a British punk band, Andy Gill, died at the age of 64 from pneumonia after spending two weeks on a ventilator.

Gill had fallen sick after his band returned from China in late November and a short time after, the bands 26 year old tour manager was admitted to Leeds Hospital with a severe respiratory infection.

If the death of Andy Gill was due to coronavirus, and this seems highly likely due to the doctors surprise at the course the virus took in his case, it seems a fair assumption that Covid-19 was circulating somewhere earlier in 2019 than thought.

#kungflu
#kungflu ?

But where?

I think I may have some of the answer.

How so, you may ask?

Well, I think there is a high probability I contracted and suffered with Covid-19 for a three to four month period.

That period starting from early to mid October 2019. In the UK.

So, let me tell you my story:

Back in late September/early October 2019 I had been regularly woken up for a period of about two weeks by a neighbour above me coughing and sneeezing continously. I didn’t think much of it, of course, as cold and flu season was just about to kick off, but it did sound like a nasty bug.

Then, one night, something strange happened.

A knock at the door at 2.30am in the morning. On a week night? I heard what sounded like some rustling around through the mailbox and then quiet. Then I thought I could hear someone crying and a vehicle engine outside. I looked out the window and saw an ambulance driving away.

I thought it would be unusual for one of the neighbours to be taken to hospital as they seem a relatively young and healthy couple. They were in the best hands now though, I thought, and rolled over to get some more sleep before work.

I was woken by my partner who had popped to see me early and had let herself in.

“You’ve got a card on the floor from Cadent.” She said. Cadent are the company who are responsible for attending possible gas and carbon monoxide escapes in the UK. The card stated that an engineer had attended to check for a possible carbon monoxide leak.

I looked at the card and immediately rang the emergency number and quoted the reference. The operator confirmed that an engineer had attended the property but a leak of carbon monoxide had been ruled out.

My neighbours never called by to say why I had been woken up at an ungodly hour.

The following Saturday, I suddenly felt sick and had to leave the pub after drinking very little. I went home and vomitted copiously, more than I ever remember vomitting since my appendix burst at the age of 13 years old. After clearing up the mess I felt a lot better. Bad pint I suppose?

A week or two later (I don’t have any hard and fast dates until mid-October, as curiously, I wasn’t looking out for a deadly pandemic at the time) my girlfriend started to feel unwell at work and went home early and literally slept for two days. That was Monday 14th October. On the Wednesday, I sent a text to my girlfriend telling her that I was also starting to feel unwell. A cough had developed and I was feeling a little hot.

I shouldn’t have gone to work and I certainly shouldn’t have been driving. However I was under pressure to get results for a permament position, so I stocked up with paracetamol and battled on.

I managed to continue work up to the weekend by which time I was completely physically and mentally drained. I was so ill, I missed my weekly trip to the pub on Saturday, which, if you were to know me, you would realise it to be unheard of.

By Sunday though, I was feeling much better, so ventured out to the local megapub (if you’re British you know the one!) and had a chat with some locals and a bite to eat. Then I went to another local next door and then home for an early night and rest as I was still feeling somewhat drained.

By Monday morning I was feeling much better, so went to work as normal. By the Wednesday, I was starting to feel ill again. I couldn’t believe my luck, I hadn’t had a cold in years and now it seemed I’d had two in two weeks.

The return of whatever it was I had caught however, was far worse than the first taster. This time the temperature was raging and I was coughing up a lot of liquid and I mean a lot of liquid. My lungs seemed like a tap for mucous that I could not switch off.

I tried some cetirizine hydrchloride. They seemed to help.

I managed a full week of work, but once again, by the Saturday, I was shattered. I was worn out from coughing and sneezing and constant high temperature. I lay down on my sofa on the Friday evening after work and didn’t move off it except to use the toilet through until the following Monday afternoon.

During this weekend a couple of new features of my virus arrived. My muscles started aching all over like they’d never ached before. A pungent taste also appeared in my mouth. By the middle of the following week, the pungent taste left to be followed by no sense of taste at all. And no sense of smell.

Who knows, maybe some of these symptoms seem familliar to some readers?

Although the symptoms hadn’t got much better, I returned to work on the Tuesday for fear of losing my job, I had no further days off during my period of illness which ran up until the Christmas break but I was constantly unsteady on my feet. Often I felt like I was about to lose consciousness at any moment. I would literally drag my body through the week and collapse in a heap when I returned from work on Friday evening with exhaustion.

Strange lumps in both my ears also appeared.

About a week after I first visited my local pub with symptoms I returned for a quick pint before heading home. I was greeted with tales of a cold virus that had started circulating the pub that was also causing some pretty extreme symptoms most notably aching muscles in the legs and a constant draining cough.

A week or two later an elderly lady dropped dead in the pub. There were a cluster of other deaths of people that drank in the pub, mostly elderly.

When the Christmas break arrived I was truly relieved. I didn’t feel I could go on another day. I took to my bed and spent at least half of my almost three week break sleeping. Recovering.

I was feeling much better come early January and was ready to return to work.

I had an afternoon nap one day and woke up to see that my middle finger on my left hand had swollen to twice it’s size. I thought I must have injured it in my sleep somehow, but looking at it, it seemed to look as if I had an ahthritic joint. I must have injured it though I thought, arthritus surely comes on slowly, not during a 20 minute to half hour nap.

Although 85% recovered, that finger still causes pain today.

In early January, I also googled Public Health England to check for information on new infectious diseases. There was nothing to report.

As the Covid-19 scandal blew up, I scanned the news with horror but also interest, as the list of tell tale symptoms grew, I didn’t as much start to retrofit the past to my experience but literally checked the symptoms of Covid-19 with the symptoms I suffered.

They all matched up.

Then, on May 15th, I read another article in The Guardian in which a researcher had contracted Covid-19 and described in pretty close detail the ordeal I had gone through. He described the symptoms as “weird as hell.”

He also, specifically mentioned “arthritus in the hand.”

At this point, my certainty that I had contracted Covid-19 increased from 95% to 98%.

All that is required is an antibody test.

I have written to The Guardian and The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine regarding my suspicions but I am yet to hear anything back.

I have a number of theories about how I may have contracted Covid-19 but top of the list is that card that was dropped through the door by the Cadent engineer.

My neighbour travels internationally in his profession I believe, so that is the most likely explanation.

He also has a kitchen on the top floor of a building that at certain times of year is almost infested with bats that live I guess in the roof. At sometimes during the year the front of the building also looks like a scene out of The Addams Family.

Especially around September to early October time.

Now I have checked, and there are no known dangerous coronviruses carried by bats in the UK.

That’s what the experts say, anyhow.

What I do know is that I experienced a virus that sounds suspiciously simialar to Covid-19 months before it was known to be circulating.

If the British Government, the UK press, or even the Chinese media would like to follow this up, you can contact me at:

info@bestcure4.com

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Roger Highfield, Science Director, talks to Kari Stefansson, whose genetic sequencing project has revealed how the UK infected Iceland

Boris Johnson’s Government Fail to Sing Happy Birthday Twice Whilst Washing Coronavirus Hands

These are, of course, highly intelligent men, so it would go without saything that their restroom hygiene is obvioulsy without reproach, even though the names Hancock, Cummings (and Boris Johnson with his BJ initials,) may give rise to unfair suspicions.

BJ

First it was Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Then, of all people Health Secretary Matt Hancock. Then Chief Medical Officer of England, Prof Chris Whitty. Now, Boris Johnson’s Chief Advisor Dominic Cummings, who was last seen running from Downing Street the other Friday, no doubt engaged in a heroic mission to save the country.

Cummings

All of them have tested positive for Coronavirus. Covid-19. Novel Coronavirus.

And what could it be that has arrived us to a point where the UK Government is dropping out of a society that now does exist, to self isolate?

These are, of course, highly intelligent men, so it would go without saything that their restroom hygiene is obvioulsy without reproach, even though the names Hancock, Cummings (and Boris Johnson with his BJ initials,) may give rise to unfair suspicions. They certainly aren’t stupid enough to transgress social distancing etiquette, so what is the one variable left that can’t be easily measured in the scenario?

Hancock

You’ve guessed it, they’ve been failing to sing Happy Birthday the required two times whilst cleaning their mitts. Thats’s right, after repeating their own advice to sing the ditty adnauseum, our lords and masters have allegedly, according to sources, only been singing Happy Birthday once in their heads, if at all, whilst washing their meat pumpers.

Dirty bastards. They make my skin crawl.

New Brexit Party MEP Says Most Dog Groomers Voted Brexit

In a bizarre interview on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, a newly elected British Member of the European Parliament (MEP) flatly stated that most dog groomers in the UK voted for Brexit, despite quite clearly having no evidence to back up her claim whatsoever.

In a bizarre interview on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, a newly elected British Member of the European Parliament (MEP) flatly stated that most dog groomers in the UK voted for Brexit, despite quite clearly having no evidence to back up her claim whatsoever.

Voted Brexit

When asked what benefits there would be for people in the UK in Brexiting the European Union and when people might feel them, the new MEP, whose name we didn’t bother to print launched into a word salad that Donald Trump would be proud of.

The fledgling Brexit MEP told the interviewer, Jane, that:

Brexit Party MEP: “I’ve got a theory with anything Jane, is this….a man and woman, what they basically want in their life, is to leave school, get a job, fall in love, get married, and live happily ever after, now the average man and woman, that’s all they want Jane. They wanta go an earn a livin, pay their bills, own their house, rent a house……they’ve taken that right from the majority of the country…..they have Jane, we’ve lost lots of business…..let’s not talk about car industry, let’s not talk about fishing industry, there is other industries, 95% of business Jane is the dog groomer, the hairdresser, the fishmonger,

Jane:”I don’t hear Britain’s dog groomers begging for mercy, they seem to be doing fine at the moment..”

Brexit Party MEP: “No they voted to leave.”

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Dog Groomers Voted Brexit
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Rory Stewart Tory Leadership Bid Kicks off in Comedy Club (Really!)

To be fair, the name Rory Stewart does seem more like the name of an up and coming Scottish comedian, than it does of the next British (or English depending on how you look at it) prime minister.

However, as we pointed out recently, Rory Stewart does seem to do everything differently. Whilst most Conservative leadership candidates took most of their standard drugs, cocaine and cannabis, at university, Rory did it whilst walking across Asia, smoking exotic opium with the locals.

And now, rather than launch his leadership bid for the Conservative Party leadership in a swanky venue or hotel like the other candidates, Rory has, perhaps fittingly, plumped for a comedy club.

That’s according to The Guardian’s live feed reporting on the launch, that could be fake news of course, but what was to come during the launch was even more surreal than the choice of venue.

Rory Stewart Comedy Night
Screenshot from Guardian live feed

During his opening pitch, Rory made a number of pledges and he started off with a tremendous chunk of bullshit, ” On the one side, there is a fairy story. And on the other there is realism.”

This does sound a bit Dubya, “you’re either with us or against us,” but as things progressed it became apparent that the enemy may not have been defined in the current Tory de jour form.

It turned out the enemy was not Corbyn and the Labour Party but the other Conservative Leadership candidates. Rory’s leadership bid instantly morphed into candidature by catharsis as he threw aside the shackles of the Conservative whip.

Rory pledged he would get every civil servant to have a sign on their desk saying, ‘Would you be proud to put your mother or brother or sister in this hospital?”

It was never made clear, however, which hospital it was that all the civil servants would be working in, and why. The opium it appeared, even though it might have been a small amount and of low quality, had done its job. Rory was off on one.

Rory went on to speak in Sufi parables that may have been inscrutable to the average Conservativehome subscriber, but as he spoke, one had to wonder how the hell he had ended up as a Conservative Party leadership candidate. Was this some kind of witchcraft?

And then, the grand plan came out.

If he won, Rory was going to walk through every county in the UK “listening to people.” And after listening he will convert what he is told into energy to convert the UK into a better nation. That bloke in the white druid dress, in King Arthurs Arms in Tintagel used to say similar things, before he put the jubebox on and found god in Soul II Soul every night.

Then Rory announced his resignation from the government by suggesting he would vote with the Labour Party to prevent the Tories running down the clock to a no deal Brexit. Then, afterwards, he announced he would not be resigning after all because now he had read the Labour motion and the opium had worn off.

And with that, he was gone. Until next time.

UK Conservative Leadership Candidates on Drugs

Here’s a handy guide to the current Conservative Party leadership candidates that have used drugs and their hypocritical and in some cases laughably pathetic excuses for doing so

Michael Gove Drug User (Cocaine)

After a lifetime of telling us drugs are bad and sending hundreds of thousands of drug users to prison, it turns out that the upper echelons of the Conservative party have somewhat of a penchant for illegal mind altering substances.

Yes, that’s right, the very people who have tasked themselves with a losing drug war battle that sees young children being forced into county lines gangs to supply illicit substances to middle Englanders in the shires, turn out to be the middle Englanders in the shires who have been taking the drugs themselves.

Whoever would have thought that the morally upstanding, stiff upper lip, leaders of the Conservative Party would have been smoking and snorting the substances that they’ve been warning us ruin lives, themselves.

Here’s a handy guide to the current Conservative Party leadership candidates that have used drugs and their hypocritical and in some cases laughably pathetic excuses for doing so…..

Michael Gove, Drug User: Cocaine

Michael Gove’s (Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs of the United Kingdom and Conservative Party leadership candidate) admission that he took cocaine on numerous occasions back in the nineties was the flame that lit the blue touch paper of the latest Conservative drug scandal.

Gove said of his experience to The Daily Mail:

“I took drugs on several occasions at social events more than 20 years ago,” he told the Daily Mail. “At the time I was a young journalist. It was a mistake. I look back and I think, I wish I hadn’t done that.”

Dominic Raab, Drug User: Cannabis

Dominic Raab Drug User (Cannabis)

Dominic Raab (served as Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union from 9 July to 15 November 2018 and current Conservative Party leadership candidate) has admitted to smoking Cannabis whilst being a student, he said of his experience:

“It was a long time ago and pretty few and far between. I have never taken cocaine or any class-A drugs.”

Jeremy Hunt, Drug User (Cannabis)

Jeremy Hunt, Drug User
Jeremy Hunt, Drug User (Cannabis)

Jeremy Hunt (Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Conservative Party Leadership Candidate) “thinks” he had a cannabis lassi whilst backpacking in India. His thoughts on taking the mind-altering substance were too boring to print.

Boris Johnson, Drug User (Cocaine and Cannabis)

Boris Johnson, Drug User
Boris Johnson, Drug User (Cocaine and Cannabis)

Boris Johnson (former London Mayor and also former Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs – a position from which he was sacked for incompetence and Conservative Party leadership candidate) has admitted to taking cocaine and cannabis whilst at university. He expects us to believe that:

” it achieved no pharmacological, psychotropic or any other effect on me whatsoever”.

….and further still

“I think I was once given cocaine, but I sneezed and so it did not go up my nose. In fact, I may have been doing icing sugar.”

Andrea Leadsom, Drug User (Cannabis)

Andrea Leadsom, Drug User
Andrea Leadsom, Drug User (Cannabis)

Andrea Leadsom (Leader of the House of Commons from 2017 to 2019 and Conservative Party leadership candidate) has admitted to smoking cannabis as a student, an experience about which she believes:

” Everyone is entitled to a private life before becoming an MP. “

…..and of course she threw in the old classic:

” I have never taken cocaine or class A drugs.”

Matt Hancock, Drug User (Cannabis)

Matt Hancock, Drug User
Matt Hancock, Drug User (Cannabis)

Matt Hancock (Secretary of State for Health and Social Care and Conservative Party leadership candidate) “tried cannabis a few times as a student but has not taken any illicit drugs since.”

Rory Stewart, Drug User (Opium)

Rory Stewart
Rory Stewart, Drug User (Opium)

Rory Stewart (Secretary of State for International Development of the United Kingdom and Conservative Party Leadership Candidate) has to do everything differently it seems, Stewart said of his drug experience:

“I was invited into the house, the opium pipe was passed around at a wedding,” he said, adding that the family may have been so poor that they put very little opium into the pipe.”

…..so that means it was probably OK if he inhaled. Of course. Of course.

Conservative Leadership Candidate Brexit Truth Shocker

In a shocking development a candidate for the Conservative leadership has told his own party and the British public at large a fact about Brexit that probably resembles something approaching the truth.

Rory Stewart, who unlike all the other candidates actually appears to have lived a life, walked his talk and has a tongue that actually says something worth listening to, rather than using it to kiss Donald Trump’s backside has stated something that, whilst it might be common knowledge elsewhere, is having a hard time registering with the Tory faithful.

Stewart told the BBC that any candidate for Tory leader “promising to renegotiate by October was effectively committing to leaving without a deal, because it was impossible.

So there you have it Boris Johnson and Co’s leadership pitches are hurtling the UK to a no-deal disaster by promising the impossible.

Boris Johnson – Beware those who seek monsters…..

So, who is Rory Stewart exactly?

According to Wikipedia, Stewart was a coalition official in Iraq in 2003–04.He is known for his book about this experience, Occupational Hazards or The Prince of the Marshes, and for his 2002 walk across Afghanistan (part of a larger walk across Asia), which served as the basis for his bestseller, The Places in Between, as well as his later cultural development work in Afghanistan as executive chairman of the British charity Turquoise Mountain Foundation.

So this guy sounds like he has some balls as well. And he’s listening to people and trying to give them some truth. Which is probably why he is a 25-1 outsider for the Tory leadership.

Shame, he sounds like the most interesting guy they have.

The Real Tyranny Begins: FBI Use Infowars as “Evidence” to Jail Innocent Activist

Lost It
Alex Jones – Self-professed “ugly human centipede”

The FBI has cited a video aired on conspiracy theorist and Trump stooge Alex Jones’ Infowars as a reason to incarcerate an innocent activist who had ties to black activist groups.

Rakem Balogun’s house was raided by the FBI on the 12th December 2017 when he and his 15-year-old son were forced outside of their Dallas home in only their underwear.

Balogun spent five months in prison and lost his home and more while incarcerated after participating in a rally protesting against law enforcement in Austin, Texas, in March 2015.

The irony is that Alex Jones and Infowars spent years milking the police brutality theme, using it as a scare tactic on their audience to “prove” to them that the United States was a police state and people should be ready to head to the hills to avoid being imprisoned or murdered by their government with the extensive, overpriced “prepping” supplies that both Jones Infowars website and his many advertising affiliates on the site and radio show were pushing.

Turns out the only thing people really needed to be scared of was Jones and Infowars bullshit being taken seriously should someone they backed manage to get into power.

Enter President Trump: The Real Tyranny Begins!

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Conservative British MP Alleges Conservative Government Brexit Policy Compromised by “Russian Agent”

A “billionaire who founded an influential pro-Brexit thinktank has “a link with Russian intelligence,” according to a report in The Guardian.

Twats
Boris Johnson & Michael Gove – Caught colluding with Russian agents over Brexit again?

An MP of the ruling British Conservative government has used parliamentary privilege to allege that a “billionaire who founded an influential pro-Brexit thinktank has “a link with Russian intelligence,” according to a report in The Guardian.

The report goes on to say that Bob Seely MP, used a speech in the House of Commons to suggest that Christopher Chandler, a billionaire who along with his brother made his fortune in Russia in the 1990’s, was previously under investigation by the French DST intelligence agency (the equivalent of UK’s MI5) on suspicion of working for Russian intelligence services.

Seely said he had seen the DST files, along with four other UK MP’s and he was convinced the files were genuine.

It just “oh-so-coincidentally” turns out that Chandler founded a Pro-Brexit lobby group, The Legatum Institute which has been lobbying British Government ministers intensely for a “Hard Brexit,” whereby Britain drops out of the EU and EU Customs union completely, falling back on WTO rules and tariffs, which most economists have suggested would be a disaster for the overall British economy.

According to The Guardian report “The Legatum Institute has advocated hard Brexit and has had significant influence on ministerial thinking, especially over trade policy,” and further goes on to allege that according to a Daily Mail investigation last year, the economics director of The Legatum Institute, “Shanker Singham, had met (UK Foreign Office Minister) Boris Johnson and (UK Environment Minister)  Michael Gove, and had coordinated a letter written by them to (UK Prime Minister)  Theresa May demanding a hard Brexit.”

What’s that you say, our old friend Boris Johnson, who had been so quick to paint the Leader of Her Majesties Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn as a communist traitor in a made up story that even Conservative BBC commentator Andrew Neil dismissed as hogwash…..

….has been hob nobbing and deciding Brexit policy with alleged Russian operatives?…….yes, that’s right, the same Boris Johnson who has been at the centre of mysterious claims of meeting with the “Russian Professor” who had links with a supposed plot by Putin to swing the Brexit vote in favour of leave by many nefarious means…..

Yes, that’s it, it’s the same Boris Johnson who finds himself neck deep in Russian plots and intrigue linked to Brexit but instead of looking at himself, he imagines he sees others knee-deep in Russian intrigue everywhere.

So, let’s note another similarity that Johnson shares with his (now, when it suits him) beloved Donald Trump – The ability to project his own reckless and unwise actions onto others that he doesn’t like very much.

Green Skinned Lizard
Boris Johnson – Beware those who seek monsters…..

Time to get a mirror Boris, we’ve all seen ya, it’s time to take a good look at yourself!

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Infowars Alex Jones and Roger Stone Appear at D.C. Press Club as Law Suits & Allegations of Sexual Abuse & Discrimination Reach Fever Pitch

The lawsuit DOES have a sound legal basis, but as it also points to other lies and conspiracies not connected to the case in question, Jones will be able to wriggle out on a technicality related to free speech, which in Jones case means the freedom to lie without consequence.

AJ Bootlicker
Alex Jones froths at the mouth in Washington D.C.

Donald Trump bootlickers and apologists Alex Jones and Roger Stone are appearing at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. this evening, with Jones giving a speech that he claims will address “the raft of anti-free speech lawsuits targeting his First Amendment rights.”

As reported previously by rebelinfo.com, over the course of the last few years a number of former employees have aired their grievances after either being fired by Jones or leaving, as they can no longer align their conscience with Jones stretching and warping of reality and his blatant and outright lies.

Some former employees have let it known that they are in fear of speaking out due to alleged threats that have been made to them regarding non-disclosure agreements they signed when they went to work for Jones and Infowars.

In one of the latest lawsuits against Jones and Infowars, Jones is accused of falsely accusing a man of being the Parkland shooter, posting a picture of him on the Infowars website and labelling him a “commie.” Once again, Jones is using selective quoting of media sources to attempt to publicly defend himself, further his own cause and invert the meaning of what others have said.

According to an Infowars article regarding the matter:

“….the latest lawsuit against Infowars, brought by an individual falsely named as the Parkland shooter, is “a general attack on InfoWars and Alex Jones and their fans” and does not rest on any sound legal basis.”

Of course, surprise surprise, that isn’t exactly what The Daily Beast article said, although, of course, Infowars would not have been able to become what it is today if it had an audience who knew anything about fact-checking.

The Daily Beast article actually partially says the opposite of the case “does not rest on any sound legal basis.”  Here is what it really said:

““The core of the lawsuit—that InfoWars falsely accused Mr. Fontaine of being the shooter—states a very plausible claim for defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress,” White told The Daily Beast. “The problem is that the complaint buries that core wrong into a general attack on InfoWars and Alex Jones and their fans.”

So the article actually states that the core of the lawsuit DOES have a sound legal basis, but as it also points to other lies and conspiracies concocted by Infowars but not connected to the case in question, Jones will probably be able to wriggle out on a technicality related to free speech, which in Jones case means the freedom to lie without consequence.

Meanwhile, according to Mother Jones (who we understand is no relation of Alex Jones) via The Daily Mail Jones is being accused of sexual harassment and discrimination, with one ex-employee, “Ashley Beckford, a former production assistant for InfoWars‘ parent company, Free Speech Systems, alleging Jones “often spent his time shirtless, and endlessly leering…at female employees and guests”

She further goes on to allege:

“Jones made unwanted sexual advances and allegedly groped her while commenting, “Who wouldn’t want to have a black wife?”

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