Alex Jones: Everybody Needs To Carry A Gun Because Democrats Will Do Mass-Shootings To Start Civil War

“The enemy’s engaging us. Everybody needs to be packing, like I told you on Friday and on Sunday. Get ready — Democrats are going to be killing people, a lot of folks. And obviously, just like you don’t see conservatives going out and doing mass shootings, they don’t want to blame the Second Amendment, they don’t want to go out and kill people. It’s almost always drug-head Democrats, devil worshippers, you name it. That’s their M.O. The Democrats know when they mass-kill now, they know to not say they’re Democrat operatives. They just want to use that to get the Second Amendment and get a civil war going.” – Alex Jones, speaking today on his web show.

  • Lazycrockett
  • HZ81

    No, we’d really only shoot you, Alex.

  • MikeBx2

    Democrats don’t kill people. God kills people. Keep up.

    • Frostbite

      I’ll send my thoughts and prayers..

      • Ken M

        Keep them warm.

    • TCinBerkeley

      And sometimes lizard people.

    • Nowhereman

      Gods kill people who won’t kill gay people for them. Or so they claim.

    • Gerry Fisher

      Don’t the Geys kill people with weather?

  • bkmn

    Yes, all those kumbaya Dems are out for your souls morons!

  • Yalma Cuder-Zicci

    Seriously trying to destroy the country from inside. Who, or what other country, is funding him?

  • Prost Seattle

    Poster child for legal abortion.

  • Judas Peckerwood

    I would not mourn this fucker’s death.

    • tim870

      I wish it would hurry up and happen

  • Mike_in_the_Tundra

    How crazy can he get?

    • jerry

      Depends on where his ratings are. And how the fuck is this guy only 43?

      • Mike_in_the_Tundra

        I guess that being stone cold crazy ages one badly.

    • Ken M

      One “almost” has to wonder, what did make him like this? We need to be sure to have everyone else avoid it at all costs, This is where you expect to see him on a street corner somewhere.

    • FAEN

      Meh-as his ex wife’s lawyer proved, its all an act.

  • gaycuckhubby

    Buzzfeed is now reporting this as well…
    https://twitter.com/kylegriffin1/status/915701632310108161

    • Judas Peckerwood

      JUMP!

    • Ken M

      And none are denying it?

      • clay

        Tillerson’s spokesperson, along with the “damn moron”.

        • Ken M

          So he can deny, if he really didn’t do it?

    • clay

      [the time line goes the other way– the Wash Ex was summarizing from Buzzfeed]

      • gaycuckhubby

        Ahhh gotcha!
        Thanks for the clarification 🙂

    • Bryan

      Cyanide pills for all?

    • j.martindale

      They all suck. But it’s good to hear that they may realize that the man they work for is insane and incompetent.

    • FAEN

      Oy vey! Who the hell would replace them.

      • Furface

        Jared? According to Hair Fuhrer he can do anything.

        • FAEN

          LOL-that’s not scary at ALL!

      • pch1013

        Someone – or several someones – who is/are much, much worse.

        That’s rule #1 of this fascist junta: It can always get worse.

      • Nowhereman

        Billow Reilly is available…

        • FAEN

          Perish the thought.

    • Treant

      Never happen. One will get canned and the other two will conveniently forget.

      Not that they’d end up remaining long anyway, only until Dumpy’s next tantrum, but…

      • gaycuckhubby

        I agree. I think they did make this pact. But I have zero faith that they will uphold it

      • Uncle Mark

        A murder-suicide pact with Cheetolini would be more eminently more practical & desirable

      • RemusL

        If you’ve accepted a position in 45’s cabinet, your character is rather suspect already.

    • LaChatSayWha

      These “men” are utterly pathetic.

  • Dreaming Vertebrate

    Such irresponsible talk. Completely deranged!

  • matrem

    Democrats and progressives won’t start the next American civil war. But we will end it.

  • man this guy needs some Xanax – maybe Thorazine…..

    • gaycuckhubby

      I very rarely smoked… until November. Now I do most nights

      • Treant

        A recent study indicates a serious risk of gum cancer from that. Do be careful.

        • gaycuckhubby

          Not tobacco 🙂

          • Treant

            That’s what I meant. 🙂

    • Ken M

      Give him a gun, food for a week, and put him in a cement room, alone, with exposed fluorescent light for 10 days. That should do the trick. Oh yes, no door or windows. Four 6 x 6 vents at 10.”

      • pch1013

        Or just lock him a room with his own rantings playing on a speaker 24×7 and let him drive himself crazy.

        • Ken M

          That could work. 😉

        • Snarkaholic

          Or with Hillary’s collected speeches playing on the speaker…and No One there to hear him rant.

        • Tomcat

          No put him and Hannity in a closed room for 24 hours.
          They can talk each other to death or just kill each other.

          • trouble94114

            Can we please include Tucker Carlson in that room… Just for some lightweight entertainment.

    • bambinoitaliano

      I’m still waiting for the aneurysm to kick in.

    • Phillip in L.A.

      Thorazine® definitely indicated

  • matrem

    His kids are so much better off without him.

  • Darrel Cj

    This man is to right-wing terrorism what Anwar al-Awlaki was to Al-Qaeda. Inciting violence is culpable, not just pulling the trigger. I see him in a courtroom in a couple of years.

    • pch1013

      Alex-Qaeda

  • MBear

    Now THAT is terrorism

  • clay

    They want to use the Second Amendment to “get” the Second Amendment?

    Yeah, right. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/5d3d2ab84e714feb50823b6ff8fa3f57b6f7aa92828d0aaf0ddccf518b1c31c5.jpg

    • Ken M

      He should thank the First Amendment he’s not in a rubber room.

  • crewman

    I love how Fox News can blame CNN for mass shootings but they seem to have open arms for colleagues like Alex Jones.

  • gaycuckhubby
  • danolgb

    I’ve been watching some of my liberal friends on Facebook pass around conspiracy theories from right-wing sites. It’s like the 2016 Primaries all over again.

  • vorpal 😼

    I’d recommend something like this but I doubt anything short of having his vocal folds removed could keep that mouth silent.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9f8d77bf47df42376b59a9cdd627ff9a90b72fd049f8fcf2b6d41ec525ba0dca.jpg

    • Phillip in L.A.

      Did you steal that from Dune?

      • vorpal 😼

        I just searched for “mouth sewn shut” in Google Image search.
        The number of results was absolutely astonishing.
        And this was actually one of the less grotesque images!

        • Phillip in L.A.

          In David Lynch’s Dune, Baron Harkonnen’s boy-toys have all the orifices in their heads sewn or otherwise sealed shut. (I guess it’s difficult to find stills featuring extras!)
          🙊 🙈 🙉

          • Bad Tom

            There is much ugliness in that movie.

            –Damon Knight, said about Dune during a panel discussion I attended at Boskone many years ago,.

          • Ken M

            The books gave me nightmares. The movie made me wonder where the rest was, they left out sooo much.

          • Phillip in L.A.

            There is ugliness in “Guernica,” too (imo), and in many works of art. I don’t agree with “much” though. It is such an idiosyncratic and consistently visionary–and visceral–interpretation of Frank Herbert’s work!

          • Bad Tom

            Having seen both, I largely agreed with Knight.

            Ugly things certainly happen in the novel Dune, which is still unquestionably a great work of art with enormous sweep and vision.

            But some of the ugliness in Lynch’s realization seems to me gratuitous, whereas nothing in Picasso’s Guernica is gratuitous. Do the servants of the Navigators have to be physically slimy? I don’t recall there being public sewage showers on Giedi Prime in the novel.

            But that is an individual response. I also despised the obvious and grating voice-over narration, which is an ugliness of an entirely different sort.

            I didn’t care for the retro styling, either, but that is mere fashion.

            OTOH, a dear friend of mine, who has become one of the world’s leading experts on Petra (you might have seen him on the Discovery channel,) absolutely loves Lynch’s Dune.

          • Phillip in L.A.

            Yep, to each his own! And what is ‘gratuitous’ to one woman, might seem ‘indispensable’ to another!

            Lynch’s was also the FIRST screen adaptation to be made, so there is also that.

          • E.J.
          • jerry
          • Phillip in L.A.

            Those are the ones, but this is pre-. . . um, alterations.

          • vorpal 😼

            (How bad of a geek am I to admit that I’ve never experienced Dune in any of its forms?)

          • Phillip in L.A.

            About as bad of a disco dancer as I am, admitting I’ve never played any of those dance “games.”

            No, on re-consideration, yours is worse. Does that include “printed page” experience? Tsk, tsk. (Shakes head.) Kiddo, you got a whole lotta learning to do! 😉

          • E.J.
          • Phillip in L.A.

            More pus oozing from the boils, please! Great!

          • Phillip in L.A.

            Where’s my reply that I posted last night?

            “More pus from those boils, please! Great job, though!”

          • vorpal 😼

            When you have ADHD to the degree that I do, reading even three pages can be agonizing.

            My husband and I cannot make it through a recording of a 30 minute TV show without me making him pause it six times so I can excitedly embark on a variety of different tangents that remind me of other things. My brain is like a giant fractal of ideas or a Wikipedia loop out of control all the time. It is fun but can be utterly exhausting, both for me and others.

          • Phillip in L.A.

            You know, vorpal, there’s this new miracle drug out called Adderall®! /s 😉

            Do you mean to say you have never read ANY books, ever? :-{

          • vorpal 😼

            =sigh=
            Yes, I keep debating whether or not to try Ritalin or Adderall for my ADHD, but I already take a number of dependency inducing meds, and I don’t like the thought of adding a whole new family onto that, even though I suspect it might help.

            I have read plenty of books! (And a lot when I was young.)
            It’s just very hard for me to establish focus, although when I do focus, I can barrel through them.

            Programming and math research / homework are the areas where it is astoundingly easy for me to establish focus and then spend eight hours without even realizing that I haven’t taken a single break.

          • Phillip in L.A.

            “even though I suspect it might help.”

            It is PROVEN to help with both adult-onset and adolescent-onset ADHD, in many many cases! The question you raise about dependence is obviously a valid one, though, and you and your doctor need to make the decision, obviously.

            Maybe it is easier for you to focus on things that interest/excite you? 😉

        • Bad Tom

          I first encountered the trope in a detective novel by Mickey Spillane. Mike Hammer rescues a man whose mouth has been stapled shut. He does not survive.

          It was an indelible image.

    • Bad Tom

      Ow. Ow. Ow. Ow. Ow.

      • vorpal 😼

        Oh, you’re one of those vanilla guys.
        (I kid and from past conversations you probably already knew that :D.)

        • JWC

          when are you off to Santiago

          • vorpal 😼

            I leave next Wednesday and will be there for two nights!

            My appointment is Thursday morning, and I could have come back Thursday night, but the hotel is really nice and I figured to treat myself to two glorious nights of peace and quiet away from the hubby – cat horde :-).

          • JWC

            kewl hopeall goes well and enjoy the HOT L

        • (((GC)))

          I resemble that remark!

        • Bad Tom

          I say “Ow” from deep inside my gimp suit and sens depo hood. I suppose it sounds more like: “Mmm.” “Mmm.” “Mmm.” “Mmm.”
          ——-
          Steel rods up my cock, OK, needles, not OK.

          • Ken M

            You’re a sounder?

          • Bad Tom

            Yes. I also enjoy that combined with electrostim. It’s an exotic taste. But the orgasams are on another plane.
            ——-
            Though I’ve found one must be careful. A set of sounds I once bought (from a very reputable seller) turned out to be made from Pakistani steel (it was so stamped, if you looked closely.) Things were fine until one day I picked one up, and it seemed rough to my touch. I whipped out a loupe, and HOLY SHIT each sound was corroded. Yow! The stainless steel was not. Not going up my dick.

            Play safe.

    • Ken M

      I can’t remember where I saw it. In a courtroom, guys lips were magically tieD so he couldn’t testify. I’m thinking along the guidelines of “Midnight in the garden of Good and Evil.” It will come to me.

  • FAEN

    I’m curious as to how many people truly believe the shit that comes out of his mouth.

    • Ninja0980

      Too many for my liking.

      • FAEN

        Me too but I really would like a number. I want to believe it’s just a minority of bat shit crazy.

        • TCinBerkeley

          And I wonder how many are true believers vs listening for entertainment/amusement?

          I used to listen to Coast to Coast AM back in the day (when I actually listened to radio) because I was fascinated by conspiracy theories. But I never took them seriously, it was like listening to ghost stories. Except for Jerome Corsi, I always knew that guy was a crypto-ratfucker.

          IMO, listening to Alex Jones would be exhausting. All of that yelling.

          • FAEN

            Right? The man is constantly screaming!

            I’ve been listening to radio since I was a wee lad thanks to my grandfather and have been in love with it ever since. Thank baby Jeebus for Sirius XM.

  • gaycuckhubby
    • Treant

      Fuck that shit. His ass needs to be out NOW.

      And I say that as a Pennsylvanian.

      • clay

        Particularly with a Dem governor to name his replacement.

        • As a Representative, his office would be filled by a special election, not appointment. The US House that the constitution prohibits ever be filled by appointment.

      • DaddyRay

        Would he be replaced with another Republican or can the Democratic Gov Tom Wolf appoint who he likes

        • (((GC)))

          The seat might not stay Democratic for long. Look at the shape of the 18th District — gerrymandering anyone?

          https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d57f512fb2eee20b4b9da65b7c2fb2ad7bb593a97bec4fff2229eb05ed480d37.png (from Ballotpedia: https://ballotpedia.org/Pennsylvania%27s_18th_Congressional_District )

          “It is drawn in such a way that in some locations, neighborhoods and even streets are split between the 18th and the neighboring 12th and 14th districts. In parts of the eastern portion of the district, one side of the street is in the 12th while the other side is in the 18th. In the west, one side of the street is in the 14th while the other side is in the 18th.” (Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pennsylvania%27s_18th_congressional_district )

          • DaddyRay

            But one less vote with Trump and incumbents usually have an advantage

          • Treant

            The 18th is rednecksville and gerrymandered to give the Republican a distinct advantage.

            It can swing, but you’re right–it’ll swing right back in another session.

          • Bluto

            Greene & much of Washington & Westmoreland counties are redneck but the district also contains the western burbs & a large swath of Allegheny County.

          • Treant

            Not Enough. Gerrymandering, in this state anyway, assures the candidate about 55% in most elections if they’re Republican, with the Dems carefully packed into a very few districts that are themselves gerrymandered to give a Dem candidate 70%+.

          • JackFknTwist

            Even I have heard about Pennsylvanian gerrymandering – in Europe

          • Treant

            Alas, every single word is completely true. It’s so bad that we’re swing-leans blue, with mostly Republican representation. There are districts gerrymandered to assure 55% Republican votes and a very few districts packed with Dems that get 70% Democratic votes.

          • clay

            Yeah, but we got one in SE PA that looks like Goofy kicking Donald Duck (7th) https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/1a54135b97e7c6e23909fccfb0825850118c927a3b0c95e656ecf5ea55bc7ddb.png .

          • Ken M

            Your imagination can be frightening at times.

          • Dana Stinson

            I’m in the 6th and it’s bullshit.

          • clay

            I’m in Philly and I look at what they did to the western and northern suburbs– the GOP is terrified y’all are goin’ go from purple to blue.

        • Treant

          Special election. Or, if close enough to another election, they’d roll it into that one.

          The end of the term gives a greater chance of a D win, but I wouldn’t count on that. The 18th is bad enough that Murphy ran unopposed.

      • Ken M

        If he wants to leave without his head totally between his legs, he might just be a good boy for the rest of his term. This kind of dirt can be carried on for a long time, and it won’t get better for him, in DC or not.

      • Adam Stevens

        He would like to finish outlawing abortion before he leaves.

        It’s important for a good moral man like him to leave behind a lasting legacy.

        • grada3784

          That’s after his other woman gets hers.

      • DonnaLee

        I’m thrilled because he is not particularly old, so he would have kept running like so many of them do…until he’s dead. Now he’ll just have to be farmed-out to some conservative hell hole.

    • FAEN

      Retire? Hypocritical fucker needs to be fired by his party but that’s not going to happen.

      • Tomcat

        He is not as bad as trump and they keep defending him.
        That said i think there is going to be a major exodus of GOP politicians all over America this next election cycle.

        • Nowhereman

          Let’s just hope that they aren’t replaced by Tea Baggers.

        • FAEN

          Exodus to where?

    • MBear

      A man of integrity would retire immediately

      • pch1013

        A man of integrity wouldn’t be a Republican.

        • Tomcat

          Amen!

      • DaddyRay

        You do know this is a Republican – they aren’t known for integrity

      • Nowhereman

        Democrats usually do. They also issue a REAL apology, not one of those “I’m sorry that I got caught and you got offended.”

    • netxtown

      he ‘retires’ so he gets to keep all the bennies. Not enough gut or spine to just resign…

  • DaddyRay

    OT: Someone probably already posted this

    Liberal Redneck – On Guns
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=73GicaeMo_E

  • Megrim Twist
  • Tom Furgas

    Mr. Jones is only expressing what his select listeners want to hear. This is how he stays in business. He is pandering to a particular mind-set of unhinged maniacs, and he most likely does not really believe the garbage that he spews out. But he doesn’t care if he foments chaos, murder, and all manner of atrocities provided he profits from that. He figured out this formula long ago; the First Amendment will shield him. One would admire this if it were not so horribly hideous.

    • -M-

      I think he’s part of the unhinged demographic.

  • gaycuckhubby

    Uh Oh BREAKING…
    US Forces under hostile fire in Niger

    • Treant

      “Nuke the fuckers,” Dumpy raged as he pounded on the Lexan his staff trapped him behind, “Fuckin’ football, gimme the fuckin’ football NOW Mattis! I want it! I want it! NOOOOWWWWW!”

      • Ken M

        I love when you get all excited. 😉

        • Treant

          So does my husband. And often, whatever guy’s over for a “visit.”

    • Tomcat

      Gee must be warmongering, that is all we know anymore.

    • gaycuckhubby

      We are there providing support for local Fighters in a battle against Al-Qaeda

    • gaycuckhubby

      I’m assuming we’ll have dozens of Benghazi style hearings about this too, right?

      • Treant

        Hundreds, even. They’ll never stop poking into the failures of this administration. Republicans are well-mannered and civic-minded people to a fault, obviously.

      • Tomcat

        Yes, bring Hillary in and try her for it.

        • gaycuckhubby

          You think it’s a joke. But just wait

        • KarenAtFOH

          Nothing will be done until she shames them into action with her advice.

      • Jean-Marc in Canada

        Of course, after all, you just know the GOP and Trumpanzees didn’t read the name of that country the way sane people do.

  • andrew

    JMG, you are just being mean picking on a mentally ill man.

    • pch1013

      “Crazy like a fox” is fair game.

  • Pip

    Says the pussy that won’t allow open carry at his meet and bleats. He’s afraid of folks that carry guns to his stuff, but is okay with folks carrying guns. Whatever…

  • Tomcat

    Yeah, the Democrats want to start a war we cannot win because he needs his second amendment. What he needs is a diaper change.

  • JWC

    Oh Fuck off you bag of shit

  • Ninja0980
    • BearEyes

      that’s insulting to real first responders.

      • Ken M

        But the “term” is so popular right now. You are more than very right though.

    • Lazycrockett

      Vile disgusting human garbage.

    • billbear1961

      Most abortions that occur after the 20-week point–and most occur early in the first trimester–happen to save the mother’s life or to terminate a severely deformed fetus.

      Republicans are such filthy, brutal LIARS.

      • Todd20036

        yup. Just ask Mrs. Santorum

        Yes, THAT Santorum

    • pch1013

      These same subhumans also participated in ending healthcare for 9 million post-birth children.

      • prixator

        Freeloaders!

    • Highmoremotel
    • Max_1

      Killing 59 people by gunfire is premature abortion from the rest of their lives…
      … But you’ll never hear a Republican endorse this pro-life stance.

  • Halou

    Yet left wingers are exploiting the tragedy in Las Vegas for political reasons?

    • Treant

      It was a personal tragedy for me, I can tell you that. Believe me, bigly. Bigly tragic. Worst tragedy ever. How many died during Katrina? Ivanka, what am I doing here? Who are these people?

    • Yea, like pushing comprehensive gun laws so 59 people can’t be massacred?

  • Ninja0980

    https://twitter.com/ZekeJMiller/status/915709501600419840
    Good riddance and goodbye you piece of shit.

  • Lazycrockett
    • Ken M

      OK, I’ll be the one who asks. Sounds great, but what is it? Just not in a Googling mood.

      • pch1013

        Sanctions against the most corrupt and/or murderous members of the Putin régime.

        Which means Putin’s Troll Army is readying its bilingual attack on Canadian democracy even as we speak.

        • billbear1961

          There may soon need to be justice for the victims of corrupt American officials.

          EDIT: Why do I say soon?

          ICE alone is guilty of many abuses, and their victims are NOW in need of JUSTICE.

        • Ken M

          Damn!!! Thanks

        • Jean-Marc in Canada

          Yup, we’re not waiting for the Russians to fuck us over, we’re going after them.

    • Jean-Marc in Canada

      We were thrilled to see this happen.

  • Blake J Butler

    O/T: You know you’re base is starting to see through your bullshit when you see this in one of the reddest counties in the country. Texarkana, the where the ass end of bush country ends and the mouthpiece where huckabee country begins. In other words a very bad rimjob.

    https://scontent-dft4-2.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/22228252_10159373740060282_6974346719246422091_n.jpg?oh=08daf84bfa526933a6eb2ff49ae70877&oe=5A3C2D95

    • Ken M

      OMG. There are Starbucks everywhere. 😉

      • Snarkaholic

        I’m sure they have a special menu at that location: Mad Dog Macchiato, anyone?

    • Kenster999
  • Ninja0980

    https://twitter.com/guypbenson/status/915696308815634432?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Etweet
    Also didn’t stop him from staying an anti LGBT bigot that will speak to a group that wants to make the person who saved his life a second class citizen who can be put in jail because Jesus.

    • Jean-Marc in Canada

      Benson’s always been dishonest, nothing new there. Just another homocon opportunist who turns a blind eye to the evil being done to his own kind. As I’ve said before, may the collaborators and kapos of today suffer the same fate as those after WWII. Never forgive and never forget.

    • Max_1

      Scalise lacks the moral fortitude to do the right thing and even act to prevent any future shootings that may come his way again… Talk about short sighted.

      The homocon is just chewing on his own feet… That scumbag Guy Benson.

  • superindy

    Hopefully – soon – this maniac will totally blow a gasket and the air will be much more breathable.

  • Ken M

    He must be referring to all those gun dealing, urban black folks. /s (from me at least)

  • billbear1961

    I sincerely hope this bastard and all those like him fall victim to the insanity they’re spreading.

  • gaycuckhubby
    • Lazycrockett

      Isnt he the one that raped actress Rose McGowan?

      • gaycuckhubby

        Honestly not sure, but lots of rumors of horrid behavior over the years

        • Lazycrockett

          Well usually when one victim goes public others come forward.

          • gaycuckhubby

            ie Bill Cosby, Trump , Mayor Murray

  • Jean-Marc in Canada

    At what point does what he’s saying not warrant, at the very least, a closer watching? He’s LITERALLY calling for a civil war. No ambiguity, no misinterpretations, no vagueness just blunt and not-at-all subtle call to arms.

  • Nowhereman

    Please flush again. There’s still something floating in the bowl.

  • Adam Stevens

    I can only imagine what he said between his second and third lines of coke.

  • Stop projecting, Alex.

    And get back on your fucking meds.

  • boatboy_srq

    The projection is strong with this one.

  • boatboy_srq

    just like you don’t see conservatives going out and doing mass shootings

    Whut?

  • I love dim sum

    Alex Jones, and the “Russia did it” conspiracy theorists are really cut from the same cloth. I can’t tell the difference between the two.

    • billbear1961

      Yes, Dump’s henchmen keep lying about their Russian connections and changing their stories again and again and again, and Dump is TERRIFIED of the investigation, has obstructed justice, and is desperate to keep his tax returns hidden because there’s NOTHING to the Russia story.

      RIGHT!!

      *rolls eyes*

    • KarenAtFOH

      I suppose you also believe the Twin Towers fell at free-fall speed because of some spilled kerosine (jet fuel).

      • ECarpenter

        Everything falls at free-fall speed, honey. That’s just gravity for you.

        And it wasn’t “some spilled kerosene”, I saw the second plane hit from my window, with all that fuel it was a loaded bomb.

        You need to brush up on your basic physics, and check the motivations and lack of actual evidence on the fake news sites you visit.

  • billbear1961
    • Skeptical_Inquirer

      This Holmes is my favorite Holmes.

  • Barry William Teske

    Whisper.
    To some the whisper is confirmation for HATE.

  • Stubenville

    Oh Alex; Democrats don’t need to compensate for having teeny, tiny endowments like conservatives.

  • jonfromcalifornia

    I see. So Timothy McVeigh was a liberal Democrat and ISIS is a liberal organization… what planet are these conservatives living on?

    • coram nobis

      Bizarro IV, in the Crablice Nebula.

    • The planet is called denial, and they are trying to find coping skills answers to rationalize that one of their own actually did this massacre at Las Vegas, with laws they support..

  • Paula

    I hope you’re the first to go, asshole.

  • How do wingnuts like this get in a position to publicly proselytize or should I say, propagandize?? And make a living at it? The masses of idiots who listen to him must have been brainwashed.

    • kanehau

      It’s amazing what one can do out of ones basement.

  • Max_1

    INFOWARS = America’s Radio Rwanda…
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GeVa6U9yLCc

  • Silver Badger

    The poor man needs therapy and heavy medication. He may well be a danger to himself and others.

  • trouble94114

    He looks like a squalling infant in that photo. I’m curious, does anyone know if it’s actually entertaining for the crazy person to actually be the crazy person?

    • I don’t think Alex Jones is crazy. However, I do think his paranoia, (which is much, much worse than Glenn Beck’s paranoia) and other behavioral problems may be tied to steroid use when Jones was younger. He actually was a body builder, or tried to be one, and I am assuming he took lots of anabolic steroids, and what we are seeing are results, (Jones’s paranoia, and other weird behavioral problems)

      Jones is pretty young to be afflicted with a full blown paranoid personality disorder that becomes full onset when most males are well into their middle age, I am assuming he had some chemical help from his teens and into his 20s..

  • The NRA has killed off the sportsman with their neglect and replaced him with the gun nut who spends more money on more guns, not out of a desire to feed his family, but to stave off a mythical jack-booted government bogeyman coming to take away those guns. This paranoid vision of America that the NRA sells is why we have the gun violence that we have today, because no sensible gun legislation can be passed because of what the father of one of Elliott Rodger’s victims described as “craven, irresponsible politicians and the NRA.”

    I’m not the NRA poster child that I was at age 8 anymore. I want nothing to do with those people.

    I may be a natural born killer, but I’ll be damned if I’ll be an accomplice to murder.

    https://www.rawstory.com/2017/10/i-was-a-natural-born-killer/

    • “but to stave off a mythical jack-booted government bogeyman coming to take away those guns”.

      Most Ammosexuals’ paranoia seemed aimed at some future race war. It pops up as much as jack booted government thugs.. Reading the idiots like Stewart Rhodes of Oathkeepers fame, the racist paranoia is pretty strong.

      One reason many of the ammosexuals pushed the murder rate in Chicago. One needs more guns to stave off gun violence, or gun violence by minorities..

  • Helen Damnation™

    I do remember the days when we locked up crazy, dangerous people. Why is this a bad idea? Other suggestions, anyone?

  • northern_neighbour

    ALEX JONES: DUH!! The inside of the Las Vegas Slaughterer’s brain looks exactly like your deranged screaming mouth.

    You ARE the problem, and in NO WAY will you ever be part of a solution. #BRAINDEADASSHOLE

  • Taylor Bixler

    All that survivalist sh!t isn’t going to sell itself.

  • Brooklyn Joe

    Can’t this coward be arrested for inciting civil war? Or at least be a shit pie in his face?

  • MonochromeMouse

    You literally ONLY see conservatives out doing mass killings. There hasn’t been a left-wing terrorist since the unabomber.

  • kareemachan

    Wow, he’s pretty much batshit crazy.

  • Gianni

    Bonkers is beautiful. Isn’t this Obama’s fault yet? Alex is slacking off.

  • leastyebejudged

    It’s all about commerce, and every tragedy like this makes gun and ammunition sales just skyrocket.

    The solution is very simply, but I’m sure nobody will bother, because the truth is,there’s big money to be made – it’s just like the healthcare issue.

    Neither can be fixed because america is essentially evil to the core.

  • TimJ

    Is there a legal definition of “incitement”? In any case, this seems a bit irresponsible.

  • Christ. What an insane asshole.

  • Matt

    How fucked up do you have to be to listen to, AND BELIEVE, this idiot? Like trump, this “man” has zero redeeming value as a human being. Meanwhile, he incites violence from the right to make money. Literally it’s as simple as that.

  • dagobarbz, fine Italian shoes

    A few years ago, he said Obama was ‘coming for their gunz.’ That didn’t happen either, but morans continue to listen to him.

  • StupidBoy

    All that matters is his listeners buy their guns and doomsday preppers kits and “Super Jeebus Power Vitamins (With 25% More Jeebus than Before!)” from his website. Just stay tuned, he will have a “Doctor” on after the commercial break to tell you why “Super Jeebus Power Vitamins (With 25% More Jeebus than Before!)” are a better value from his website (at four times the price) than the “Power Jeebus Super Vitamins (With 25% More Jeebus than Before!)” from the DailyStormer website.