As rebelinfo.com reported just 5 days ago on October 2, 2021, Stop The Steal was not an organic, grassroots movement. It was a cynical attempt by Trump cronies to overthrow the results of the 2021 U.S. election.
In fact, the game was given away by the fact that Roger Stone, Trumps “alternative” media spokesperson, set up Stop the Steal in 2016, and it was likely that it was intended to be used in the 2016 presidential campaign which Trump unexpectedly won.
Unlike other websites and commentators, we won’t keep you glued to our pages by telling you what you want to hear about Trump and Stone, and infowars’ Alex Jones all definitely going to prison.
Or that Mueller didn’t go all that way just to pack up his bags and go home.
We will however, tell you what is reported in theguardian.com about what happens next for Roger Stone’s Stop the Steal LLC:
“The subpoena letter demanded that the registered custodian of records for the group produce documents and appear for a closed-door deposition later this month.”
I wonder if they have a registered custodian of records?
Listen Below: At Heaven’s Gate: Charles Manson Meets Infowars’ Alex Jones, Donald Trump & Roger Stone
Why not start featuring religious maniacs on infowars’ Alex Jones Show, who call for the beheading of Covid experts and politicians in public?
It’s bunker time for Alex Jones.
With the lawsuits closing in on him, Alex Jones is digging out the bus he buried in the backyard of his Central Texas Command Center.
The outcome was always inevitable.
Many a cult leader experiences a similar moment.
When the cognitive dissonance gets too much, you can do one of two things.
You can give up the ghost. Cut and run. If you’ve got the cash, somewhere safe to hideout and can leave no trace.
You’ve earned it.
Or, you can do what the Jim Jones of this world do.
You take it as far as you can, and then over the edge.
And if you are going to take it over the edge, why not start featuring religious maniacs on infowars’ Alex Jones Show, who call for the beheading of Covid experts and politicians in public, leaving their dead bodies on display, preserved, of course, as a warning to anyone else who dares to cross Alex Jones?
That’s completely normal.
Apparently, Jones is mad because folk are always putting words in his mouth he didn’t say:
Well here you go:
Something for the judge in the Sandy Hook lawsuit to think about, perhaps?
One has to wonder if either Alex Jones or the infowars team actually do any research on their guests. Entry number two on google was from the FBI archives, U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Nebraska, August 20, 2009.
Whist browsing the infowars website this evening, I noticed Alex Jones was trailing a special “Emergency Saturday Broadcast.”
When Jones does a special broadcast, you can almost be sure that a few unintended gems are going to present themselves and tonight was no different.
Jones started the broadcast moaning and wailing that he was being treated unfairly in the courts, where he was slapped with a £100,000 fine and a yet unspecified amount of damages, to be decided by a jury.
Jones attacked the judge and the court system and had not a moment of contrition for the lives of the parents and relatives of the children slain in the Sandy Hook massacre, which he did so much to ruin.
The pressure looks to be getting to Alex Jones and in a sign of what may be to come, there was not a mention of Donald Trump. A first in my experience.
Once Jones had run through his standard fare Covid misinformation, he introduced Dr Richard M Fleming for an extended slideshow presentation.
Fleming had travelled to Austin with “his crew,” especially for the event.
One has to wonder if either Alex Jones or the infowars team actually do any research on their guests.
A quick google of the good doctor’s name returned several juicy results.
Entry number two on google was from the FBI archives, U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Nebraska, August 20, 2009.
It was titled “Doctor Sentenced in Health Care Fraud Scheme,” and surprise of all surprises the doctor the article referred to was Dr Richard M Fleming.
The archive report went on to detail:
“Dr. Richard M. Fleming was sentenced today in Lincoln, Nebraska, by the Honorable Richard G. Kopf to five years’ probation with six months home detention, including electronic monitoring, and ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $107,244.24 for the felony offenses of health care fraud and mail fraud. Fleming pled guilty to those charges on April 23, 2009. Fleming lived in Papillion, Nebraska, at the time of the crimes, and now lives in Reno, Nevada. He is currently licensed to practice medicine in Missouri and Iowa, and as a part of his plea agreement in the case he agreed to a lifetime exclusion from participation in any federally-funded health care benefit program.
A federal grand jury in Nebraska returned an indictment against Fleming on January 18, 2007, charging ten counts of health care fraud and three counts of mail and wire fraud. The health care fraud counts charged Fleming with submitting bills to insurance companies in 2002 for medical procedures, diagnostic heart tests, he had not actually performed. The mail and wire fraud counts charged Fleming with obtaining payment from a North Carolina soy food company in 2004, for product testing work he had not performed, and more specifically charged him with lying about whether he had performed the services he was paid for, and with creating and submitting false documents in order to cover up the fact that he had not done the work for which he had been paid. The case actually went to trial, which began on April 6, 2009, and the jury was deliberating on their verdict when Fleming pled guilty, admitting that he had committed both health care fraud and mail fraud.”
Nice job infowars and Alex Jones.
Dr. Richard M. Fleming really sounds like the sort of guy you want to be getting your Covid misinformation from.
Highly believable and respected.
A scan further down on the google results shows that he has also been exposed for quackery on several occasions on the site retractionwatch.com which tracks scientific retractions and medical malpractice.
Infowars’ Alex Jones has said that he doesn’t get information for his online offering like getting rabbits out of a hat. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t get people to believe that a rabbit just did just appear out of a hat.
Rabbits don’t just appear out of a hat. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t get people to believe that a rabbit just did just appear out of a hat.
Which brings us to the subject of the January 6, 2021 Insurrection at the Capitol Building.
Did a few hundred thousand people just turn up out of nowhere in Washington DC on January 6, 2021, many of whom then just decided to march on the Capitol Building, forcing entry to the property, causing the death of a number of people in the process, including police officers, and defecating within its hallowed walls?
No, gatherings of this size rarely happen spontaneously, unless they are the result of some unexpected consequence.
Was the January 6, 2021 Capitol Riot, the result of Donald Trump losing the 2020 Presidential Election?
The obvious answer to that question is yes.
Trump lost, although in the eyes of his supporters that turned up the to the January 6, 2021 Stop the Steal Rally, after being drip fed lies for months via multiple right-wing media organisations, such as Fox News, Newsmax and infowars, he was cheated out of victory and hence the anger that played out as the Riot at The Capitol.
However, “Committee to Stop the Steal” is a political non-profit organisation first registered by Roger Stone in 2016 and deployed across a number of Trump and Republican campaigns since then.
January 6, 2021 is just the most well known.
All of which brings us to the unavoidable conclusion that Stop the Steal was not a result of a true grievance regarding the November 2020 United States Presidential Election, but a cynical political ploy being used by political operatives to subvert the results of democratic elections.
When you factor in this is to the inflammatory language of the host to Stone’s most regular media gig, infowars Alex Jones and his Alex Jones Show, it can clearly be seen that the January 6, 2021 Insurrection at the Capitol Building was not a rabbit out of a hat.
It was a long-term plan by Trump allies, and Trump himself, to delegitimize the democratic process and part of their line of defence in the case of loss.
Roger Stone was the founder of Stop the Steal, and hence this explains Alex Jones maniacal diatribes that played out in concert with General Flynn’s similar media rhetoric, regarding pleas to Trump to declare martial law and overturn the results of the 2020 Presidential Election in key swing states and have them re-run under military observation.
In the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting, carried out by lone gunman Stephen Paddock from a hotel room high above the Route 91 Harvest Festival, Alex Jones was on a maniacal mission to try to pin the blame on “Antifa,” even though there was no evidence whatsoever to support that, in fact, quite the opposite
Back in 2017, Infowars’ Alex Jones told his audience, and his ridiculous sidekick, Paul Joseph-Watson, the most blatant lie he has ever been caught telling on The Alex Jones Show.
In the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting, carried out by lone gunman Stephen Paddock from a hotel room high above the Route 91 Harvest Festival, Jones was on a maniacal mission to try to pin the blame on “Antifa,” even though there was no evidence whatsoever to support that, in fact, quite the opposite.
The truth of the matter is likely that Jones was aware his dangerous rhetoric was spilling over into real-world violence, and Jones was desperate to obscure the fact that the gunman may have been influenced by his deranged rants and incendiary verbal pseudo-patriot garbage.
Joseph-Watson’s jaw drops almost to the floor whilst Jones reads out an imaginary text on his phone from “investigators,” whilst at the same time telling his film crew not to film his phone from above.
He then waves a bit of paper in front of the cameral which he says is from the “CIA.”
Because, of course, Alex Jones wouldn’t make up any sources, would he?
Later investigations of the few people that had contact with Stephen Paddock in the run up to the shooting revealed something very different about the shooters’ political beliefs.
According to an article published in theguardian.com, people who had contact with Paddock reported the following:
“…..people who encountered Paddock before his shooting say that he expressed conspiratorial, anti-government beliefs, which are characteristic of the far right.
In a handwritten statement, one woman says she sat near Paddock in a diner just a few days before the shooting, while out with her son. She said she heard him and a companion discussing the 25th anniversary of the Ruby Ridge standoff and the Waco siege. (Each of these incidents became touchstones for a rising anti-government militia movement in the 1990s.)
She says she heard him and his companion saying that courtroom flags with golden fringes are not real flags. The belief that gold-fringed flags are those of a foreign jurisdiction, or “admiralty flags”, is characteristic of so-called “sovereign citizens”, who believe, among other things, that the current US government, and its laws, are illegitimate.
“At the time,” her statement says, “I thought, ‘Strange guys’ and wanted to leave.”
Another man, who Paddock met to discuss a purchase of modifications to semi automatic rifles reported:
“…..he met Paddock three weeks before the shooting for an abortive firearms transaction, in the carpark of a Bass Pro Shop. The man was selling schematic diagrams for an auto sear, a device that would convert semi-automatic weapons to full automatic fire. Paddock asked him to make the device for him, and the man refused.
At this point Paddock launched into a rant about “anti-government stuff … Fema camps”. Paddock said that the evacuation of people by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (Fema) after Hurricane Katrina was a a “dry run for law enforcement and military to start kickin’ down doors and … confiscating guns”.
“Somebody has to wake up the American public and get them to arm themselves,” the man says Paddock told him. “Sometimes sacrifices have to be made.”
Now who else do we know that rants about FEMA camps and any type of disaster, be it man-made or natural being a pre-cursor to gun confiscation in the United States?
Oh yes, Alex Jones.
I’m sure it’s all just a misunderstanding.
Either that, or Jones is an Antifa plant, and they’ve put him there to make the right look stupid.
With all the unsavory characters that seem to swirl around the infowars brand, could there be a plot akin to the failed 1934 fascist Business Plot coup attempt to overthrow the Roosevelt administration?
We conclude our serialisation of the 2016 article, The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump, and Roger Stone with The Prophesy.
I’d been making several artworks and collages reflecting the evolution and conjunction of disinformation, conspiracy and right-wing politics.
The collage above “Triggering the Shooters” was made in late 2015.
The confluence of forces, seemed to me, to be heading in a very certain direction, whether that be by accident or design.
An earlier draught of the collage in an unfinished state from early 2015, (some four months before Trump announced his run for the presidency,) didn’t have Trump on it, it had Charles Manson, Jim Jones and Marshall Herff Applewhite Jr.
Marshall Herff Applewhite Jr. was the leader of the Heaven’s Gate cult who organised the mass suicide of 39 cult members, including himself.
The cult professed to believe they were departing for a intergalactic space ship flying in the shadow of the, then bright in the sky, Hale-Bopp comet in 1997.
For me, by May 2016, when I concluded writing The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone, I felt I could clearly see where things were heading.
Disinformation, brainwashing and cult like worship of a demagogue.
This wouldn’t end well, and this was my, at the time, final word on the matter:
Part 11 – Prophesy
With all this in mind perhaps there is a need to formulate a counter conspiracy theory to attack Alex Jones who has done his best to co-opt the counter culture movement today….
There is a shadowy group in existence that has a plan…….
They need a man to help them wrestle control from the coming pluralistic order, one who isn’t seen by the majority to be beholden to the elite interests and privilege of yesteryear. A man who will do what has to be done without worrying about being politically correct, or even for that matter, correct in any way at all. A man who has no problem in lying through his teeth and is so polished at lying he can get millions to not worry that all he is, in fact, is a liar through and through. A man who knows that after decades of being lied to, a large swathe of the U.S. electorate don’t believe anything they hear anymore anyway, so it matters not what the liar says as anything is more believable than someone in ‘insider’ politics who is supposed to be pretending to tell the truth.
A man who would willingly utilize the media platform of an individual who has been engaged in the dissemination of untruths on a massive scale which have served to obscure further the truth behind some of the most critical issues of our time.
Donald Trump, a man who would befriend Alex Jones and in the process Jones would throw under the bus all his previous moral platitudes in return for vain-glory and increased revenues.
Could Alex Jones Infowars be a tool that has been slowly paving the way for a time when it is necessary for dissent to be fomented, in order for a popular political uprising to deliver a less democratic form of power into the hands of some very unsavoury characters? With all the unsavory characters that seem to swirl around the infowars brand, could there be a plot akin to the failed 1934 fascist Business Plot coup attempt to overthrow the Roosevelt administration?
And if there is a fascist plot being hatched, will there be a Smedley Butler to save the day?
Alex Jones, a man who cries freedom of speech and then supports a presidential candidate who supports closing down parts of the internet to achieve his objectives. Alex Jones, a man who reported widely on and derided the CIA for their extraordinary rendition and torture program and now supports a presidential candidate who extolls the virtues of torture and thinks the U.S. needs to go even further in its use of it.
Alex Jones, a pied piper at the gates of hell, ready to lead the unwilling – who knows, perhaps even you – into the valley of darkness, into the abyss.
Authors note, September 29, 2021
And so it was, I seem to have predicted a situation not altogether unlike the events surrounding and leading up to the January 6, 2021 Insurrection at the Capitol in Washington, witch some uncanny accuracy.
Not only that, I identified the main players even in advance of Trump’s run for president.
I seem to have stumbled on the people, the plan and the methods of the plan for January 6, 2021, years in advance of the event.
If only alternet.org had published it when I sent it to them in June 2016.
Would it had made the world a different place?
I doubt it.
In the valley of the blind, the one eyed man is seen as insane.
At the same time as Pompeo and officials inside the CIA were talking about plots to murder Assange, Alex Jones and Roger Stone on infowars, were still letting their audience believe that there was a plot to break Assange free
For years leading up to the United States Presidential Election in 2016, infowars’ Alex Jones had been a publicly vocal supporter of Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange.
It was one of Jones go to topics to use to whip his audience up into a revolutionary frenzy and prove that “the government is always lying.”
It was also a handy branch to hoodwink the unsure listener to The Alex Jones Show, that Jones is a freedom of speech and liberty sort of guy.
Jones is a Prostitute of Mammon, willing to sell his soul to a criminal scheme that allegedly wanted to overthrow democracy in The United States, and install Donald Trump as a fascist dictator.
For further info on the fingerprints of the alleged 21st Century Business Plot to overthrow democracy in The United States, go here.
Trump didn’t have much to say about WikiLeaks prior to the 2016 United States Presidential campaign, until Roger Stone got involved with a middleman, who advised him that Julian Assange’s WikiLeaks had a trove of emails stolen from a Democratic Party server.
The emails were later released, which many believe was one of the deciding factors in the 2016 vote, tipping the balance in favour of Donald Trump.
The emails were also the basis for the ridiculous “Pizzagate” scandal that never was.
Pizzagate, was, and still is, a right-wing conspiracy whose believers imagined that mentions of pizza and cheese in John Podesta’s emails, were codewords used by an elite satanic conspiracy of child abusers and murderers – who numbered Tom Hanks among the ranks.
The Pizzagate flap came to a head when an armed fanatical believer turned up at Comet Pingpong to investigate the phony flap.
The believer was named Edgar Maddison Welch, who was reported to be a “deeply religious father of two.”
A deeply religious man, with an AR-15 rifle and a poor grasp of facts.
It’s not scary in the slightest to think that there are millions of Edgar Maddison Welch’s all over the United States.
This being the case, it is no surprise that Trumps acolytes could continue supporting him, even though he was blatantly gaslighting them in more ways than can be tracked.
The most prominent gaslighting, however, was Trumps professed support for Julian Assange and WikiLeaks.
After the WikiLeaks trove of Democratic Party emails was released online, Trump said, “I love Wikileaks.”
However, according to this report from theguardian.com, it wasn’t too long after the 2016 Presidential Election that:
“Some senior officials inside the CIA and the Trump administration went as far as to request “sketches” or “options” for killing Assange. “There seemed to be no boundaries,” a former senior counterterrorist official was quoted as saying.”
At the same time as Pompeo and officials inside the CIA were talking about plots to murder Assange, Alex Jones and Roger Stone on infowars, were still letting their audience believe that there was a plot to break Assange free from the room he had lived in for years, under de-facto house arrest in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London and get him to the United States where Trump would grant him a pardon.
Alex Jones and Roger Stone were obviously worried that should the truth get out about the Trump administrations real plans for Assange, that the pitchforks would be out for them, so they continued to push the free Julian Assange meme, whilst also benefitting from increased viewing numbers for their sham support.
If Trump supporters really wanted to do their homework and their own research, they would have likely come to the conclusion that Trump’s intentions towards Assange and Wikilieaks, would likely be the same as his professed previous intentions for Edward Snowden – Investigation and perhaps the death penalty.
The rights and wrongs of what Assange did, and his arguably unwitting association with the source of the leaked Democratic emails are up for discussion, but one this is for sure.
Assange will be under no doubt he helped another bunch of bloodthirsty lunatics into the Whitehouse in what could have, and maybe will still end up us, the most gullible, and strangest, suicide note in history.