Alex should NOT be removed from social media. And he probably did tell the truth about Sandy Hook (which he could expose in these trials, but so far is not).
The truth is he now regularly does lie, especially to cover up for Talmudic Israel’s machinations.
Rick Wiles shows he’s gotten away with lying for two decades now.
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Instead of using this as an opportunity to blow the lid off of Sandy Hook, by cross examining those involved, Alex uses the same tactic he employed in his custody trial with his first wife.
From: Texas Monthly
Alex Jones’s Attorneys Argue That No Reasonable Person Would Believe What He Says
The Infowars honcho’s legal troubles mount.
JUL 31, 2018
Instead of the earlier arguments, then, the Pozners focus on comments made in April 2017, in which Jones claims that an interview between De La Rosa and CNN host Anderson Cooper in Newtown, Connecticut, was faked, and that they filmed it in front of a green screen. The “evidence” Jones presents that this is “a fake” during the broadcast is that “when [Cooper] turns, his nose disappears repeatedly because the green screen isn’t set right.” (According to CNN, and to a video forensics expert retained by the plaintiffs, the effect was a common compression artifact that happens often in video encoding.)
That’s the allegation against Jones. His defense, meanwhile, argues that while Jones says that Cooper and De La Rosa faked the interview, and provides evidence for that claim that draws upon Jones’s own authority with video production, Jones didn’t intend to speak factually—and, in fact, no reasonable person would expect that Jones spoke factually on his show.
“There can simply be no statement of fact when Mr. Jones views a video of Anderson Cooper and provides his commentary and opinion with regard to possibilities as to why Mr. Cooper’s nose disappeared on the video, all the while directing the viewers’ attention to the very video about which he opined,” a motion to dismiss the suit filed by Jones’s attorney argues. “No reasonable reader or listener would interpret Mr. Jones’ statements regarding the possibility of a ‘blue-screen’ being used as a verifiably false statement of fact, and even if it is verifiable as false, the entire context in which it was made discloses that the statements are mere opinions ‘masquerading as a fact.’”
That may be the best argument available to Jones in defending the suit, but it also puts him once more in a position where his lawyers are arguing in court that the things he says during his broadcasts aren’t true—and, in fact, that any “reasonable reader or listener” would conclude that Jones, when he makes statements like “the green screen isn’t set right,” isn’t speaking factually. If Jones isn’t to be taken seriously when making statements like that, though, it becomes harder to understand what, exactly, Infowars is supposed to be informing its audience of.
My notes, transcribing quotes from Rick Wiles:
28:55 “Every Christian should disavow Alex Jones. You should disavow him until he repents, and quite frankly until he is delivered.”
29:30 Alex Jones’ livid, demonic rant clip! “You will pay! … God is going to destroy you!”
33:00 “Last week, remember he was imaginary fanning a western revolver, talking about Robert Muller, the special counsel investigator of President Trump, and he was basically saying: ‘I’m coming for you, coming for you.’ This is behavior of a person exhibiting mental instability. … And he is known for his defense of the 2nd Amendment. Alex Jones is the poster child for why you should confiscate guns from mentally unstable people.
34:20 “For the record…, we disavow Alex Jones. … We don’t support Infowars.”
35:10 Alex’s court case that could be the excuse to limit freedom of speech.
38:00 “This is what I’ve wondered about this for nearly 20 years with Alex Jones: is he a plant, an agent-provocateur who has been placed in this position and given publicity, given fame for the purpose of shutting down sensible voices that oppose the deep state? … That if you question the deep state, you must be as crazy as Alex Jones.”
40:00 “I knew Alex Jones in the early days.”
41:30 “His lawyer said he’s an actor. Did they tell the truth, because they were in court under oath?”
42:30 “If Alex is not an actor, if he’s not a plant, he’s seriously mentally ill. And he needs help. He should shut down his program. He should get mental help. He should get spiritual help. If that is truly him, he needs to be someplace where he’s receiving spiritual and psychiatric assistance counseling, because that behavior is the sign of somebody losing their mind.”
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Continue reading “(VID) Rick Wiles TruNews: Does the Fate of the 1st Amendment Rest on Alex Jones? — Court case • Alex's demonic rant: "I'm coming for you [Muller]!" • "Is he a plant, an agent-provocateur placed in this position for the purpose of shutting down sensible voices that oppose the deep state?" • "If Alex is not an actor, if he's not a plant, he's seriously mentally ill • That behavior is the sign of somebody losing their mind" • "Every Christian should disavow Alex Jones until he repents"”
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1:17:00 Is Alex Jones setting up a false flag which will blame the the Muslims for blowing up the Dome of the Rock, what the Israelis actually do?