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The Alex Jones thread: Because it's time
Charlottesville witness slandered by the alt-right brigade files lawsuit against Alex Jones, Infowars, Gateway Pundit and more, and he has no plans to settle -

I hope he bankrupts all of them.
In addition to that Charlottesville witness, two Sandy Hook parents have just filed defamation lawsuits against Jones:

Bleed the cunt dry.
"I mean don't get me wrong fucking the wolf man is impressive but ugh." - Waaaaaaaalt
More like Alex Jones-adjacent, but Mike Cernovich seems to be backing away from Trump on Twitter and going full-force on mysticism:

Quote:So, the guy sucks. But recently, Cernovich has made an ideological pivot that may have surprised even his most devoted fans. We don’t know whether he could sense the coming changes in the political winds or if his “gorilla mind” supplements have truly started to rot his brain but, as Buzzfeed news director Ryan Broderick pointed out on Twitter, Mike Cernovich is now deep into mysticism.

As The Daily Dot points out, yesterday in one of his characteristic interminable livestreams, Cernovich promised “less politics, more philosophy” to his devoted viewers. Apparently this awakening came about through some extremely deep-thinking about 2018's favorite buzzword: “blockchain.” Per Daily Dot: 

“We’re moving from a centralized understanding of the world to a decentralized understanding of the world,” he said. “The blockchain is a distributed network that solves all the problems that we have of finance but more broadly it’s like a philosophy it’s a way of life… We’re going toward a decentralized consciousness, do you understand? That’s what blockchain is.”
Bitcoin as religion?

Sure why not. Just another day in the Insanity Dimension.
"I mean don't get me wrong fucking the wolf man is impressive but ugh." - Waaaaaaaalt

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Apparently, Alex Jones said Anthony Bourdain's death was actually a murder committed by globalists who knew he planned to come out as a Trump supporter.

Yeah, I got nothing.
Hope Bourdain's family sues his balls off.
Just saw something similar, only it was because he was about to expose an elite pedophile ring connected to the Clintons, of course. Funny how these freaks always seem to connect this stuff back to child sex. Almost like they're obsessed with it, or something!
Bourdain had friends everywhere. Jones better not plan on travelling any time soon.
Everyone got their muskets ready?

I’ll set the over/under on the percentage of his base that can separate the American Revolution from the Civil war at 25%, and I think that’s generous.
Superlaser speaks for me from now on.


Quote:Fredd Gorham @freddgorham

Dearest wife,
Quick thinking saved my platoon today from the Red Hats as we erected a barrier out of Hillary’s e-mails, since they still can’t seem to get over them. War is Hell.

Quote: Gern Blanston @solsberry

Dear General,

I bring you good news from the front.

Last week we marched into Bowling Green backwards while telling the Red Hats we were leaving. Our troops have since taken Louisville, Lexington and Memphis using the same method.

Victory is imminent.
Quote: JonTheDev @JTP709

Dearest Leandra

The Red Hats have bested us with pollution from their American branded but foreign made trucks.

Fear not, we replaced their cookout burgers with veggie burgers and now they're distraught with their newfound homosexuality.
I used to be with "it", but then they changed what "it" was. Now, what I'm with isn't "it", and what's "it" seems weird and scary to me. -Grandpa Simpson
Oh shit. Did I miss the war?

 I think all Marvel films are okay. This is my design.

Except for Thor 2: the literal worst.
I don't know. I heard multiple explosions in the distance after sunset.
Where Jones got his info from:

 I think all Marvel films are okay. This is my design.

Except for Thor 2: the literal worst.
Seems almost like he wanted to incite people to violence here.
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(07-05-2018, 05:51 AM)arjen rudd Wrote: Seems almost like he wanted to incite people to violence here.

Yeah, it's shit like this that gets downright infuriating.  This "gray area" where he can easily fall back on either "I was just trying to warn people so they'd be safe!" or providing some context from his show where he likely made some kind of half-assed ameliorating statement amidst the rallying cry.

And because it's not directed at any particular individual defamation is virtually impossible, unless you can prove someone attacked you yesterday because they thought you were a liberal insurrectionist courtesy of Alex Jones.
At a Facebook event about combating fake news, the company had a hard time explaining InfoWars' presence on its site:

Quote:Facebook officials struggled on Wednesday to explain why it permits InfoWars, a media organization that is one of the world's leading purveyors of conspiracy theories, to have a page on its platform.

The company's failure to produce a satisfactory answer on the matter came at an event Facebook organized in its Manhattan offices where the company aimed to tout its commitment to combating fake news and misinformation. 

After a short presentation showcasing Facebook's efforts to fight misinformation, John Hegeman, the head of Facebook's News Feed, and Sara Su, a Facebook product specialist for News Feed, took questions from reporters. 

When asked by this reporter how the company could claim it was serious about tackling the problem of misinformation online while simultaneously allowing InfoWars to maintain a page with nearly one million followers on its website, Hegeman said that the company does not "take down false news." 

"I guess just for being false that doesn't violate the community standards," Hegeman said, explaining that InfoWars has "not violated something that would result in them being taken down." 

Hegeman added, "I think part of the fundamental thing here is that we created Facebook to be a place where different people can have a voice. And different publishers have very different points of view." 

I can't personally say I've had much InfoWars exposure on Facebook, but I do get lots of conservative/libertarian video recommendations on YouTube.  That seems to be a trend, in general.  It's odd for me since I surprisingly use YouTube very little for anything political.  I watch music videos, movie clips, etc.  And, yet, YouTube thinks I need to know what some random conservative said about women this week, or find out what Ben Shapiro thought about the latest Star Wars films.

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