Alex Jones is on trial in a defamation case launched by the parents of the children killed in the Sandy Hook shooting. Trials and other legal proceedings bore me so I won't go into details about the case. There's plenty of information available elsewhere if you want to learn about what is, in my opinion, a very biased and unfair trial against Jones.
What I'm focused on today is the mind control disguised as journalism that is being forced upon the public. The Fascist propaganda news sites are using the trial as an excuse to churn out endless false statements about Alex Jones in an apparent effort to destroy his character and ultimately his InfoWars empire. Jones is certainly a polarizing character, but whether you love him or hate him, he still deserves to be written about impartially by people who claim to be journalists. Unfortunately that has not happened.
A few examples:
NewsNation, a part of the left-wing news conglomerate Nexstar Media, called Jones a "conspiracy theorist".
CNET described Jones as a "radio host and accused conspiracy-theory peddler" and that he was making "baseless claims" about the Sandy Hook shooting. By now we know that when the media trots out the phrase "baseless claims" what they really mean is they've done no research and they don't want you to do any, either.
Globalist-owned Reuters called Jones "the U.S. conspiracy theorist".
CNN called Jones a "right-wing conspiracy theorist". That's not surprising. Anyone to the right of Chairman Mao is a right-wing conspiracy theorist to the radicals at CNN.
The left-wing extremists at MSNBC said Jones is a "conspiracy theorist and right-wing grifter". I have to give them a little credit: if anyone knows what a conspiracy theorist is, it would be MSNBC. They've had several on their payroll for many years. Rachel Maddow, are you listening?
Breitbart, which pretends to be a conservative news media site, took the easy way out and regurgitated a story from the Associated Press which unsurprisingly labeled Jones as a "conspiracy theorist".
NBC News also ran the Associated Press story rather than do any real reporting. CBS News did the same thing.
The SF Gate, owned by the globalists at Hearst, described Jones as "one of America’s most influential and destructive conspiracy theorists".
Finally, the Marxist rag The Huffington Post called Jones "a notorious conspiracy theorist". The Huffington Post is owned by the notoriously biased left-wing media company BuzzFeed.
(Fox News and Newsmax are ignoring the trial.)
I could keep going but I think you get the idea. All of the mainstream media outlets covering the trial have described Jones as a conspiracy theorist. They want to create the image that everything he says is crazy and should be ignored. But keep in mind that the term "conspiracy theorist' was first used by the CIA to psychologically manipulate the public into not believing things that eventually turned out to be true. And as any long-term or even occasional viewer of InfoWars can tell you, most of what is reported by Jones and his crew is later found out to be completely factual, no matter how extreme it seems at first.
But the globalists and their fake news puppets don't want you know that. Don't look behind the curtain. Just believe the official narratives and feel safe in the delusions they've created for us, delusions interrupted by bursts of fear when they want us to give up our money or our freedom.
[TimoMalum.com is hosted outside the jurisdiction of the United States and the E.U. Shouldn't your site be too?]