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I find it interesting that many "conspiracy theorist" types
Wed Dec 6, 2017 10:23am

make pretty good livings off of promoting their "theories".

Does that fact not trouble you a bit? At least from a "follow the money" standpoint.

Case in point:

Alex Jones' Says He's Been Doing a Bit All Along

Alex Jones is a Texan, a radio and internet personality, some sort of human/volcano hybrid, and—there can be no doubt—a conspiracy theorist. But this week, he added an annoying wrinkle to the job of summing up his life by having his attorney claim in court that Jones is a performance artist.

Jones's ex-wife Kelly is suing him for custody of their three children, and the custody battle, which went on all week in an Austin courtroom, would be at least a little funny if it weren't so sad. Kelly Jones told the Austin American-Statesman, "He's not a stable person," and that he "wants to break Alec Baldwin's neck," and "wants J-Lo to get raped." And according to author Jon Ronson, who has been tweeting from the courtroom, Alex Jones's psychiatric evaluator recommended a narcissistic personality disorder diagnosis. Kelly Jones, it is alleged, also suffers from some form of mental illness.

But does all this mean Alex Jones isn't a conspiracy theorist? By implication, was he just kidding when he—to name one example—promoted the idea that the kids who died in the Sandy Hook massacre were actors planted by the CIA to bolster support for gun control laws?


  • It's a well known ploy to use the phrase ~ PH😳😳EY, Wed Dec 6 10:08am
    "conspiracy theorist" to dismiss/disqualify the person and the assertion. While your point about me could be considered, it's doubtful a individual who was a top aide within hthe REPUBLICAN Reagan... more
    • I find it interesting that many "conspiracy theorist" types ~ TW, Wed Dec 6 10:23am
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