posted on Aug, 31 2014 @ 07:20 AM
I present to you something not totally damning, but extremely peculiar nonetheless:
As an ATS member, it's likely that you have come across an Infowars article or two in your day. It is also likely that one of those articles was
written by Kurt Nimmo, who has been on the staff for the better part of the last decade. What is unlikely(I presume), however, is that you were aware
that before his tenure at Infowars, Kurt was a self-proclaimed radical
, a regular contributor to
, an extreme-left newsletter, and a writer of
If one was to read some of his Counterpunch pieces, it is obvious that he had already gone down the conspiracy rabbit hole at that point. What puzzles
me is the rapid ideological transformation he went through after jumping from Counterpunch to Infowars, which happened within a span of a couple
years. With Infowars he has authored articles emphasizing right-wing talking points on
among other things.
It really is odd that AJ would hire him and make him family unless he had some kind of 'come to Jesus' revelation and all the sudden radically changed
his views. I sent an email with the same question, not in a threatening way, just curious, to all of Infowars' staff and didn't get one response...
So maybe he did have a change of heart...but it kind of smells. However I know that they habitually stonewall criticism. But that is just bad policy,
in fact it's identical to the establishment they cry out against. And why are they the only game in town? I agree with them on a lot of things but I'm
liberal when it comes to social issues so it's hard to relate to their extreme right views sometimes.
If this has already been addressed and explained, please let me know!
edit on 31-8-2014 by humanityrising because: fixed link