I watched the interview via the link at the beginning of the thread. Maybe I'm just jaded by all the "conspiracy" discussions I've been involved with
over the years, but I don't see the interview as a hit piece. The interviewer, Megyn Kelly, did what she did with Vladimir Putin, ask the sort of
questions that most viewers would ask, having done very little research on a topic and with no inclination to do more research.
She asked emotionally charged "reactive" accusatory sorts of questions and I thought Alex stood up pretty well under the barrage. Megyn Kelly is very
pretty. If it had been Piers Morgan asking the questions, Alex would have been screeching his answers and lunging across the table at him.
I enjoyed the interview. There is something about lip gloss on an intelligent babe that soothes me, and soothes Alex Jones too, I think.
There are oddities in the Sandy Hook story that were not explored in the interview and have never been satisfactorily addressed by anyone as far as I
know. The Boston Bombing is similar in that way. What's with the photoshopped pictures connected to both events? Why would these things even exist?
9/11 was an inside job and it is the point of departure for a lot of my interpretations of political events in the United States, but, and this is
important, a scab has grown over it.
It isn't a healed wound yet, but nobody, not even someone like Webster Tarpley wants to pick at it, not
even in his recent political analyses. It has become a "bracketed event" that nobody wants to bother with anymore, certainly not Megyn Kelly or even
Alex I'm Focused On Now Jones.
Well, now we know. Now we know how America operates. Thank you Megyn Kelly for making that so clear in such a short interview with one of the top
conspiracy chroniclers and 9/11 truthers, Alex I'm Over It, Get Over It Jones.
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