The Most Blatant Lie Infowars Alex Jones Ever Told – Stephen Paddock, Las Vegas Shooter

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?

Infowars’ Alex Jones lying about Stephen Paddock, The Las Vegas Shooter

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.

If that is the case, it sure is working!

Be sure to join us soon, at rebelinfo.com.

The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump, and Roger Stone – Part 11 – Prophesy

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?

Triggering the Shooters – November 2015

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.

Triggering the Shooters – February 2015

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.

Mike Pompeo & CIA Discussed Assassinating WikiLeaks Julian Assange – Proof USA was Gaslighted

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.

Alex Jones Births #QAnon
Alex Jones – Self-professed “ugly human centipede”

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.

Jesus would have loved that!

Before he was sentenced to four years in prison, Welch admitted to the New York Times, “the intel wasn’t that great.”

Word!

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.

Donald Trump suggests Edward Snowdon should be executed

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.

The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump, and Roger Stone – Part 10 – Psychic Vampires

When you sense that monster behind the door, you are sensing worlds being built for you by the likes of Alex Jones and Donald Trump.

It seems to come as a shock to many who have arrived at the anti-establishment end of the political spectrum via Alex Jones and other similar channels, that they could have been so used and lied to by the political elite.

To you I would say, welcome to the party. To paraphrase an earlier writer on matters of conspiracy and political intrigue – a writer who thought, wrote and communicated with far more clarity, lucidity, humor and common sense about such matters (that writer being Robert Anton Wilson), – when two human beings get together to make plans for business and politics, they rarely do it for the benefit of the common man.

Robert Anton Wilson on the winners script and how to slay psychic vampires

The only person who ultimately controls your own reality is you.

You can make your world the most fun, hopeful and inspiring place to live, or you can fill it full of fear, demons and terror, where behind every door is a monster waiting to take away your heart, your soul, the cash from your pocket, your freedom and ultimately your very humanity.

When you sense that monster behind the door, you are sensing worlds being built for you by the likes of Alex Jones and Donald Trump.

Two vampires, who are adept at accessing the very worst that the depths of your own psyche has to offer, who then direct the negative energy this generates from their audiences in very specific directions, in order to achieve their own desperate hunger for wealth, power and control.

You need to ask yourself, is that a world I really want to inhabit?

And is that a paradigm I shall willingly choose to allow my emotional energies to be used to build, with no pay off in return, bar a state of permanent fear and paranoia?

What is clear, is that the neoliberal political consensus in the Western world is being tested, by a seismic shift in the political landscape that has caught the technocrats off guard.

In the United States, those who have ruled the military game for so long, whatever the party flavor of the sitting president, are being squeezed out of the political fray by shifting demographics.

We would be foolish to believe that they will give up power so easily.

Those who have no respect for democracy outside their own borders when it does not do their own bidding, will have little respect for democracy within their own borders, when it fails to meet and further their own ends.

Be under no illusion, democracy is in peril in the United States, and it is in peril from exactly those people on the right of the political spectrum who are currently shouting ‘Freedom’ the loudest, and protesting that the current system isn’t working.

We all know in the West that many of our government’s domestic and foreign policies are failing, or failing that, broken beyond repair.

We need however to be extremely wary of who is behind the emerging political parties, activist groups, and media outlets, and what resources they have to hand, and for whose benefit those resources are intended to be used.

Join us for the final episode of – The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump, and Roger Stone.

Soon.

The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump, and Roger Stone – Part 9 – Anti-Semitism

A quick scan of the comments section of infowars.com ‘news’ articles, reveals the type of viewpoints the operation serves to be fomenting. A sickly soup of hate, racism, misogyny, and stupidity.

We continue our serialisation of the 2016 article, The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump, and Roger Stone.

In part 9, we find anti-semitism aplenty in Alex Jones infowars readers comments section.

A quick scan of the readers comments section of infowars.com ‘news’ articles, reveals the type of viewpoints the operation serves to be fomenting.

A sickly soup of hate, racism, misogyny, and stupidity.

In this readers section, hosted (at the time) by Disqus, even Jones himself is not immune from charges of being a paid CIA shill, a puppet of the Zionists and an apologist for the state of Israel and Jews in general.

There is indeed equal opportunity prejudice, and intolerance, laid bare in this section for the whole world to see.

Becoming more prominent in the comments section over the course the last year have been the supporters of Trump, goaded on by Alex Jones, where once there would have been the much milder, and in comparison, almost intellectual supporters of Ron Paul.

Quite why Trump’s media opponents have not seized on the anti-Muslim, anti-Semitic, racial baiting and women hating fury fest of one of Trump’s most high-profile media proponents is somewhat of a mystery.

Let us be charitably non-conspiratorial in our assessment and say that, perhaps, they just haven’t thought of it.

Another common theme for speculation in the forum section is the links between infowars and the shadowy “private intelligence agency” Stratfor, coincidentally also headquartered in Austin, Texas.

Of course, it’s a small world, especially in Austin, and what could be more natural than a counterculture, anti-government broadcasting operation, courting and employing staff from a private intelligence firm whose employers have links and employment histories with government, military, intelligence and security agencies?

Not one word Alex Jones says here is true

Jones likes to play the, ‘you’re either for us or against us’ trick, so beloved of George W. Bush in his fight against terror.

Jones narrative goes that if you aren’t for Trump, you aren’t against the establishment.

That if you aren’t voting Trump, you must be for Hilary.

And even if you aren’t for Hillary, and you are for Bernie, however well-intentioned Bernie may be, he’s a socialist, and a socialist is just a puppet of the worldwide communist plot to take over the world.

And as the communist plot to take over the world is actually the New World Order plot in disguise and vice versa, whatever you believe in, if it isn’t a vote for trump, it’s a vote for the plot to take over the world and the total enslavement of humanity.

A plot Jones says that would see you micro chipped and tracked everywhere you went, with every word you utter, and every thought you have, recorded and stored for evaluation of compliance to the will of the system.

Never mind that the current surveillance that is possible by the willing adoption by most of the planet of smartphone technology, means those ends are far more easily achieved, without the need for a forced human chipping program, that were it to be more than the paranoid fantasy it is, would spark a revolution within hours.

Stay tuned, for the next episode of The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone….

The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump, and Roger Stone – Part 8 – The Alex Jonestown Massacre

This sort of emotional and mental conditioning never ends well, and there is a reasonable case to be made that Alex Jones and Donald Trump are engaging in stochastic terrorism

We continue our serialisation of the 2016 article, The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump, and Roger Stone.

In part 8, we find out that brainwashing at scale never ends well!

The Jones business model appears to be to include just enough verifiable information and reasonable concern in each broadcast, for Jones to sound somewhat plausible, and then build up the emotional rhetoric to a state of anger and fear, where extreme prejudicial viewpoints and downright falsehoods can be inserted into the minds of viewers and listeners, whilst bypassing their critical and analytical faculties.

This has been a favorite tool of demagogues and crazy cult leaders throughout the ages, be it Hitler at the Nuremberg Rally, or Jim Jones surrounded by his faithful adherents of The People’s Temple.

In the case of Jim Jones, it all ended when he led his followers to the promised land in Guyana, where they were either willingly, or forcefully administered cyanide laced Kool-Aid, in a mass suicide/murder scenario, whilst a U.S. senator who had arrived at the scene in an attempt to help Jim Jones deluded followers escape their grisly fate, was shot dead in cold blood.

It may be worth noting, that the Jonestown Massacre was the largest single loss of United States civilian life in the modern era, before the events of September 11, 2001.

This sort of emotional and mental conditioning never ends well, and there is a reasonable case to be made that Alex Jones and Donald Trump are engaging in stochastic terrorism, knowing full well that there is a statistical probability that their reckless use of rhetoric will encourage violent actions by a handful of their millions of supporters, but exactly who will commit these acts is individually far more unpredictable.

Of course, such an argument put to Trump or Jones would be ridiculed and fobbed off as an attack on freedom of speech.

It is interesting to see how things have panned out over the last few months and how Trump has been accused of using his speeches to spark trouble during the course of the campaign.

Make no mistake, the cookie cutter template of emotional manipulation and mind control is hard at work both on the set of Infowars dot com, and amongst the pages and videos that comprise its website offering.

Should the People’s Temple have a spiritual heir, and Jonestown be a place that still exists on this planet, then surely it exists once more, in the hearts and minds of those who hang onto and believe in every word of the appropriately named Alex Jones.

Indeed, Jones has taken on occasion to flashing up images of Jim Jones behind him whilst he presents his daily show, which one can only imagine is a grotesque prank, the real reason for which, Jones knows most of his followers will never pick up on.

Stay tuned, for the next episode of The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone….

Listen: Gen. Michael Flynn Pleads Insanity

Disgraced General Michael Flynn appeared on TV and accused the government of lacing people’s salad with Covid vaccine. What next? Aliens in scrambled eggs?

The heat of calling for Donald Trump to declare martial law and enact procedures to rerun the election under a state of national emergency, on January 5, on Infowars’ Alex Jones show – who allegedly financed and led the march to the Capitol Building, culminating in the January 6, 2021 insurrection, seems to be getting to Michael Flynn.

Let’s just say it looks and sounds like Flynn is paving the way for an insanity defence.

Either that or Jones has told Flynn that the crazier you are, the more the fans like it.

Disgraced General Michael Flynn appeared on TV and accused the government of lacing people’s salad with Covid vaccine.

What next?

Aliens in scrambled eggs?

Listen to the spiked salad clip below:

The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone – Part 7 – Virus, Cults and Brainwashing

One effect of keeping individuals in a constant state of heightened fear, is that it makes them more suggestible, it’s a widely utilized brain washing and torture technique.

Sun Trine Moon

The Ebola virus outbreak was an especial god send for Jones.

A chance to make many predictions of impending apocalypse, whilst encouraging his audience to stock up on supplies to see the crisis through.

He featured a doctor on one show, who called in to say that people with the virus in the U.S. were being ‘disappeared’ by the government to God knows where.

This was a line that was repeated multiple times, however, no families ever spoke out to ask for their loved ones back.  

There were no reports of missing people in other media, so one can only assume that this was another made up story that didn’t need to be followed up after the initial fling.

Ridiculous Sidekick, Jospeh-Watson: Ebola Real, Covid hoax. Dumb Yet Clever

 The terror had done its job, regardless of facts.

One effect of keeping individuals in a constant state of heightened fear, is that it makes them more suggestible, it’s a widely utilized brain washing and torture technique.

Of course, there is a case for saying that mainstream media engages in this tactic, but Jones takes it and ramps the dial up to eleven.

This sort of conditioning certainly goes a long way to explain the lack of critical functioning of Jones target audience, and its susceptibility to the more outlandish nonsense that Jones peddles.

It also explains why people believe a lot of the nonsense they read in newspapers and see on television every day.

The Jones business model appears to be to include just enough verifiable information and reasonable concern in each broadcast, for Jones to sound somewhat plausible.

Then, he builds up the emotional rhetoric to induce a state of anger and fear, where extreme prejudicial viewpoints, and downright falsehoods, can be inserted into the minds of viewers and listeners, whilst bypassing their critical and analytical faculties.

This has been a favorite tool of demagogues and crazy cult leaders through the ages.

Be it Hitler at the Nuremberg Rally, or Jim Jones surrounded by his faithful adherents of The People’s Temple.

Is anyone else you can think of a fan of the rally?

Stay tuned for the next episode of The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone….

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The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone – Part 6 – Enter Donald Trump

The trouble is, there is so much intrigue that the U.S. state has got itself involved in over the decades that the establishment appears reticent to give Jones the oxygen of publicity,

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Trump himself has even appeared on Jones show for an extended interview, where Jones kid gloved him with the lightest of interrogations and fawning adulation. The whole spectacle was an embarrassment and should be used as an example of the woeful level of Trump’s adequacy for office on a regular basis throughout the campaign.

The trouble is, there is so much intrigue that the U.S. state has got itself involved in over the decades that the establishment appears reticent to give Jones the oxygen of publicity, perhaps lest he shines light on the many occasions when they have been caught red handed with their hands inside the cookie jar, or worse.

With this being the case, Jones appears to be living by the maxim that if you throw enough faeces at a target, some of it’s going to stick, so the quality of what misses, isn’t really a problem. They aren’t going to say anything because they don’t want people to know he is there saying what he’s saying.

Jones has perfected a range of old time skills for his radio show routines, including the cold calling technique, much beloved by mediums and psychics.

Any regular viewer or listener of his shows will know that Jones is forever making predictions of ‘big’ events that are about to happen, mainly terrifying things, such as terrorist bombings, wars, the imposition of martial law etc.

If you make enough broad predictions, you are eventually going to get something pretty close to the mark.

An overwhelming majority of his predictions disappear into the ether.

When he is in the ballpark, Jones milks it for all the ‘told you so’s’ he can get while conveniently omitting to remind his listeners he has an extremely poor hit rate for someone who supposedly has the inside baseball on so much secret intelligence.

Stay tuned for the next episode of The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone….

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The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone – Part 5-Enter Roger Stone

For Stone to claim that he himself is anti-establishment is a wheeze that only the most ardent of Jones believers could fall for…..

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Donald Trump needs outsider credentials and Trump’s long time friend Roger Stone knows just the man……

Alex Jones is Trump’s biggest cheerleader and his influence, like it or not, is playing a big part in the trajectory of this U.S. election cycle. So much so that Trump’s “ex campaign manager” is regularly popping up on Jones daily Infowars radio show (which is also televised live on the web) with exclusive “inside baseball” reports from the Trump campaign. It could very well be that Roger Stone understands that the burgeoning anti-establishment, right wing patriot tea party constituency, could be the deciding factor in this U.S. election cycle.

Stone proclaiming he is an ex-Trump insider, now fighting the ‘outsiders’ cause, outside of the Trump camp, gives Trump plausible deniability of not being too close to Jones and his wilder flights of conspiracy theory, whilst at the same time giving Trump the anti-establishment credentials required for his run and a voice inside the conspiracy movement. For Stone to claim that he himself is anti-establishment is a wheeze that only the most ardent of Jones believers could fall for. He has worked on campaigns responsible for the election of Nixon, Reagan and W Bush. Arguably the three presidents who have done more to trash the U.S. constitution and wage war against their own citizens and those of other countries, via a variety of means, than any others in history.

A visit to Roger Stone’s Wikipedia entry is highly instructive, we learn that:

In the first grade, he broke into politics to further John F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign:

“I remember going through the cafeteria line and telling every kid that Nixon was in favor of school on Saturdays…It was my first political trick”.

When he was a junior and vice president of the student government at a high school in northern Westchester County, New York, he manipulated the ouster of the president and succeeded him. Stone recalled how he ran for election as president for his senior year:

“[I] built alliances and put all my serious challengers on my ticket. Then I recruited the most unpopular guy in the school to run against me. You think that’s mean? No, it’s smart.”

Stone has built a career out of manipulation, underhand techniques and lying. He’s a natural bedfellow, for both Trump and Jones.

It’s a win-win for everyone. Jones gets the ‘respectability’ of having the Republican presidential nominee as an endorser of his brand and with that increased ratings, advertising revenues and customers for his infowars life, health product range. The association by proxy of Stone with Jones serves to give Trump a bona fide boost to his image as an outsider not of the political elite (quite a feat for a billionaire from New York, wouldn’t you say?) and Stone once again burnishes his reputation as a man that will do and say anything and make alliances with anyone to get his job done, a ruthless and efficient political operator second to none in his field. That field being the field of lying.

Stay tuned for the next episode of The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone

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