posted on Jan, 7 2013 @ 10:01 PM
I watched the whole thing on CNN. The questions that Mr. Morgan had were questions designed to box Alex Jones into a corner, the way a lawyer goes
after a witness to smear the defendant. Alex didn't fall for it, so his only choice was to take over and get all his talking points out.
If it had gone off the way Piers wanted it to, he would have trapped him into the fallacy that "see how many murders guns are involved in, so how can
you be for gun ownership?"
Alex did what I would have done, go off like gangbusters, lob a few bombs across Pier's bow (such as that tidbit about Piers being involved in the
phone hacking scandal with the London Daily Mail), and how we need guns against a government that would orchestrate 9/11.
Hell yeah, I thought it was messy, but awesome and entirely necessary. Alex expresses the anger we all want to express.
Then they get some sleazy lawyer, and later, two of the Kennedy boys from congress, to talk smack about Alex behind his back, how "scared" they were
of him and how he was "obviously" mentally unbalanced and shouldn't own a weapon. Hey Kennedy boys, old Uncle Teddy didn't need a gun to kill
that young girl at Chappaquidick, he just drove the car over the bridge into the shallow lake and let her drown. Ya wanna ban cars too?
All in all, worth watching, just to hear Piers called a "redcoat". LOL!