Meanwhile, for idiocy worse than the NY Post's haste to scoop everyone and in the process outscoop itself, here's the wisdom of Alex Jones.
Why can't people be human before they're political.
Of course Alex Jones and his InfoWars website are rolling in the dough with their "false flag" "Obama and the FBI bombed the Boston Marathon" conspiracies. In fact, the dead terrorist bomber was an avid fan of Alex Jones.
So today there's this guy to push it back in their faces. There's profanity, you can deal with it.
I would like to "buy" this guy a drink, doh! </accidental carpism>
I give this guy a lot of credit for confronting the infowars "reporter", the same "reporter" who interrupted the FBI news conference on April 18 with the "false flag" rant, accusing the FBI of doing this while the FBI was on the trail of the bombers on the loose.
I'll applaud the profanity used because it was said to his face, unflinchingly. That takes nerve. This Infowars reporter is walking the street in Boston and editing video to claim that Obama and the FBI did this horrific act. They're trying their best to overthrow the government and have citizens take arms against those who's job it is to protect us. Infowars & Jones and their propagnda make them true anarchists and hatemongers. The verbal onslaught was a little bit of payback.
Yeah, I think he didn't come across like he'd hope to.. Cambridge is a center of intelligence, and this guy resorted to street talk and poor language. He should have shown his intelligence wo the name calling. Idiot, ignoramus is ok , but MoFo, F-er, SOB... that's distracts from the message. The guy should have used intelligent language & debate to nail his sorry azz ! IF Cambridge is his territory, he sure didn't represent its academic qualities !
Gary - where's the "SS" insignias on the Infowars reporters jacket ? Did he remove them for this news event so not to be too obvious ?
Loc: Alexandria, VA
Liked the message, not so much the delivery. And he kind of lost me when he started to say the other guy shouldn't be allowed to express his views -- delivered like he really meant it -- before a somewhat hasty "but we have a constitution" ...
Nonetheless, good to see average peeps pushing back against the conspiracy drivel ...
Loc: Petaluma, CA
Up until Boston, I've never heard of Alex Jones and Infowars. I found out because 3 good friends of mine TRULY believe every word. Since then they have been posting non stop about every conspiracy you can think of. My favorite is FEMA stock piling guillotines and coffins to get ready for the government "death panels" when Obamacare becomes mandatory. I've known these people for several years and had NO idea. Lost a lot of respect for them…
There are GOP members in Congress who bring these conspiracy theories up in House session and in hearings. Some of the questioning of Sec. Clinton on the Bengahzi attacks were conspiracy crap from Alex Jones … Like Sen. Rand Paul and his accusation that Clinton was involved in funneling arms through Libya to Turkey (Clinton laughed at him). Drudge Report has been a huge advocate of Jones and Infowars, and as you expect, the number of people believing this stuff is growing quickly.
#593992 - 04/30/1304:14 AMRe: I want to buy this guy a drink
Proud MacBabe. Happy everything to everybody.
Loc: B.C. Canada
I really enjoyed it, wash rinse repeat. I am so tired of "us" being sweet and respectful and "them" being total liars and bullies. It was rather refreshing to hear someone say, uncensored, what is on the mind of many.
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