(via, and Todd)
A post appeared on his InfoWars.com website in which one of Jones' staffers debunked the fledgling conspiracy theory that actor Paul Walker's car exploded due to a drone strike. Yes, there's really a conspiracy theory that Walker was killed by a drone. Walker Truthers exist, and Alex Jones disapproves.
In the darkest, most delirious hyper-fringes of the internet, there are people who believe Alex Jones is a government operative. The reigning king of all conspiracy theorists is, himself, the subject of an anti-government conspiracy theory.
Before anyone really knew anything, Jones had already birthed his first Boston Marathon conspiracy theory, thus signalling to his battalions of flying psychomonkeys to deploy throughout the internet -- rubber pants and Info Wars archive links ready to roll. According to Jones, the FBI -- like every domestic terror plot, naturally -- was probably responsible for the obvious false flag attack.
With predictable form, Greenwald not only attributed the actions of the State Department to a nefarious "Wag the Dog" false flag scenario as a convenient real-world means of tamping down the anti-NSA, anti-surveillance debate that's gurgled to the surface this Summer, but he also exploited the embassy closures and travel alert as a means of scolding Democrats who, during the Bush years, criticized the suspicious timing of Homeland Security orange alerts and the like, but who currently endorse the embassy closings.
Justice Antonin Scalia died of a heart attack. He wasn't murdered and he damn sure wasn't "assassinated." Motherfucker died the way most 79-year-old overweight guys do. Get over it.
A lot of times, it's entertaining to watch how wildly Jones flails around a story, and I've noticed that the louder he yells, the more wrong he is. However, when it comes to the Boston Marathon bombing and especially the Sandy Hook massacre, Jones routinely craps all over the memories of those who died, while brutally insulting those who survived.
"The president’s so busy and fighting and winning so good"