posted on Nov, 22 2013 @ 08:13 PM
Honestly, when I hear him talk or see a video of his by accident I change the channel because every time I hear him talk he goes way overboard with
just about everything he preaches about. He's basically Jim Carey trying to be a political Evangelist. I respect him as a person trying to make a
living and also helping people open their minds, but unfortunately when you fact check his rambles they don't add up.
If I had to take a pick, I'd gladly listen to Glenn Beck before AJ because Beck does a decent job at presenting his team's research and also
provides a good deal of backup evidence on his claims. However, he too goes looney sometimes, which I suppose is part of the trade. Can't exactly
filter out everything because you'll end up not having much to talk about.
Conspiracy theories are fun, but sometimes if you take a conspiracy theory and you just start stating it as a fact without prior evidence instead of
telling people to think about it or do research on their own to make their decision then it becomes problematic. I guess that's why I prefer GB over
AJ because GB tells people to not take his word like it's his favorite phrase.
Both appear to try and do good for the country and I think there's something to take by listening to both of them for a while as kind of a way to see
how they think. But, I would never recommend to take anything that AJ says as a fact. Infowarz is pretty much, umm... for the highest level of
conspiracy theories lol