Alex Jones Bitches and Moans on a billion-dollar court ruling

Alex Jones defiantly claimed he was wronged after on Wednesday ordering $965 million to pay for falsehoods that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting was a hoax and alleging that the parents of the dead children received payments from actors to promote stricter gun laws. In an interview hours after the judgment, Jones appeared with Eric Bowling on his Newsmax show, balanceclaiming that the case was just a ‘show trial’ and ‘not a real trial’. “I knew it was coming,” Jones said of his first reaction, “I really predicted it…

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Alex Jones’ downfall could spell the end of the misinformation business model

Try to imagine the death of a child in a horrific mass shooting. Now, imagine that you spend a decade being attacked and ridiculed by a mob of Gemini who claim that your child never existed. These people show up at your house and demand to see your murdered child now. Some even go so far as to make threats of rape and desecrate your child’s grave. All These things happened In real life. Responsibility for all the atrocities that came after the massacre can be traced back to the…

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Sandy Hook mom Nicole Hockley vows to milk dry Alex Jones after a $1 billion libel ruling in Connecticut

After a decade of constant hate messages and harassment since the murder of her 6-year-old son at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Nicole Hockley says she would be ecstatic to see the source of that hate left penniless. That source, Alex Jones, on Wednesday was ordered to pay a whopping $965 million to shoot falsehoods that the shooting was a hoax and that grieving parents, like Hockley, took payments from actors hired to get away with strict gun laws. And now, after receiving countless death threats and even claims that her…

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Tucker Carlson used to ridicule conspiracy theories, saying “Alex Jones annoys me”

Before he was one of Alex Jones’ biggest advocates and trusted confidants, Tucker Carlson claimed that the Infowars founder “frightens me” while denouncing 9/11 conspiracy theories from the far right and the way such allegations have harmed victims’ families. A year before Jones began attacking the grieving families of the Sandy Hook mass shootings as “crisis actors” and calling the massacre a hoax – defamatory acts that led Jones to owe those families a billion dollars – Carlson didn’t have very nice things to say about theorist Notorious conspiracy. Outside…

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Jimmy Kimmel mocks Alex Jones’ ‘Hissy Fit’ with over $965 million Sandy Hook ruling

“Today was a rough day for the vile and silly Alex Jones,” Jimmy Kimmel said midway through his late-night talk on Wednesday. The InfoWars founder was hit with nearly $1 billion by a Connecticut jury for spreading misinformation about the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. “He tortured these families,” said Kimmel, who has been an outspoken advocate of action against guns. He accused them of faking the death of their children. “Alex, of course, says he won’t pay a cent, he’s declared bankruptcy in an effort to protect himself, and…

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Connecticut state jury orders InfoWars founder Alex Jones to pay for Sandy Hook’s lies

The jury decided Wednesday afternoon that Infowars founder Alex Jones should pay $965 million for spreading lies that the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting was a hoax and that the grieving parents involved were paid actors. Money It will go straight into the pockets of family members who lost a child in the massacre, and into the FBI agent who was harassed by Jones’ listeners. There were 15 plaintiffs in total. Jones’ chaotic trial took place in Waterbury, Connecticut, 20 miles southwest of where 26 people were murdered just…

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Kanye West wonders if he’s like Alex Jones while discussing Ovald with Tucker Carlson

Kanye West went off the rails during an interview with Tucker Carlson that aired Friday night and even wondered if he looked like deconstructed conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. In a particularly shocking exchange, West seemed to imply – falsely – that clothing giant Gap had advance notice of the school massacre in Ovaldi, Texas. “I felt like the people at Gap knew about the school shooting that Matthew McConaughey was talking about before it happened,” said West, who ended his partnership with the company last month. “It was very synchronized,…

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Alex Jones pauses his testimony to calm down after a disastrous day in court

After a disastrous first day on the podium, Alex Jones missed his testimony Friday at his Connecticut defamation trial and returned to Texas — but not before launching into a frenzied rhetoric outside the courtroom about the “fraudulent” proceedings. On Thursday, things derailed almost immediately after the right-wing conspiracy theorist began testifying, with Jones’ antics at one point prompting Judge Barbara Bellis to ask his attorney if he needed to physically restrict him from speaking. During his testimony, Jones called opposing lawyers “ambulance stalkers,” and suggested that one of them…

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Alex Jones’ latest Sandy Hook defamation trial in Connecticut has spiraled out of control

The proceedings of Alex Jones’ defamation trial in Connecticut quickly spiraled out of control Thursday in the final few minutes of the conspiracy theorist’s first day of testimony. On the podium, Jones caused so many objections and sidebars that at one point the chief judge turned to the jury and told them, “You’re going to practice today, those who wear Fitbits.” But his bizarre behavior worsened after the court was shown clips of Jones mocking the parents of the children killed in the 2012 mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary…

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Alex Jones prepares to testify in a trial of Sandy Hook’s deceptive lies

Waterbury, Connecticut. Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones appeared in court Thursday in Connecticut as he and his attorney are trying to limit the damages he will have to pay for spreading a lie that the 2012 Sandy Hook school massacre was a hoax. More than a dozen family members of some of the 20 children and six teachers killed in the shooting also attended to monitor his testimony at Waterbury High Court, which is about 20 miles (32 kilometers) from Newtown. Jones was expected to be the first witness called, but…

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