Date: April 02, 2019
“Alex Jones is claiming to suffer from psychosis.
CNN’s Michael Smerconish teed off on Alex Jones after the video deposition of the conspiracy theorist went up online yesterday.
Smerconish was bewildered by Jones trying to call his comments “punditry,” pointing out how victims and families are still dealing with their grief.
“These media provocateurs likes Jones,” he said, “they know that passion sells. That’s what this is all about. They need people to pay attention to them. And the best way to do that is to be shocking. Many times with disregard of decency.
Alex Jones / Sandy Hook Video Deposition, Part I:
“Videotaped deposition of Alex Jones in Lewis v. Jones, taken by attorney Mark Bankston of Kaster Lynch Farrar & Ball, LLP. For more information, visit: http://infowarslawsuit.com/“
Alex Jones / Sandy Hook Video Deposition, Part II:
Date: March 31, 2019
“It’s time to rehabilitate some of the more extreme social media personalities to prevent things from further going off the rails. If #AlexJones actually is getting psychosis from #deplatforming and media coverage, perhaps it’s time to actually try to have a conversation.
Alex might be mentally ill…I don’t know…
…But I wouldn’t be too quick, to take his words at face value here.
He’s trying to avoid being sued into oblivion…and his integrity has a monstrously bad track record.
The base discussion in this video is important to everybody, however. This brewing situation is likely to impact all of us.
Date: March 17, 2019
“As the investigation into foreign influence in the 2016 election heats up, we bring you a story of how fake news starts, snowballs and sometimes erupts into gunfire. This story takes us into the world of right-wing Twitter trolls, pro-Trump political operatives and fake-news profiteers from St. Louis to Macedonia.
This collaboration with Rolling Stone and Type Investigations was originally broadcast Nov. 18, 2017.