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In the clip Jones said he wanted to show the effects of a 'vitality-increasing' formula sold on the Infowars website, as well as to reference FBI 'snooping' on private communications.
Jones also complains that he didn't get a Pulitzer Prize or Nobel Prize for 'being right' about 'the Saudis' being involved in the 9/11 attacks during the clip.
Scroll down for video Alex Jones, pictured on April 19, was stripped of primary custody of his children aged 9, 12 and 14 and will now share joint custody with his ex-wife, Kelly, who will now be able to decide where the children live Jones had hoped to remain the sole caregiver of Rex (left, with Jones), 14, and his two daughters.
Kelly Jones' attorney told jurors that Alex is a 'cult leader' who was 'emotionally, sexually, physically abusive'In closing arguments, Kelly Jones' attorney, Robert Hoffman, told jurors the radio personality is a 'cult leader' who's turning their children against his ex-wife.
I was already dating college girls by the time I was 15 years old.
I was already a man at 16.” The Dallas native’s supposed sex-partner count came 48 minutes into a bizarre Saturday video titled “Sandy Hook Vampires Exposed” — which, as the Statesman points out, supplied no new information on the 2012 mass school shooting.
They have lived with the Infowars boss in Austin, Texas, since the couple divorced in 2015.
Trump on Thursday announced that he would not participate in this evening’s GOP debate due to his ongoing feud w/ moderator Megyn Kelly.
Thats why it’s so intriguing that Jones is in court this week, fighting for custody of his three children with Kelly Jones, his ex-wife.
Kelly Jones is seeking joint or full custody of three children–a 14-year-old son and nine- and 12-year-old daughters–who have been living with Alex since the pair divorced in 2015, the Austin reports.
The Alex Jones custody trial began Tuesday, and just the opening statements provided us with enough fodder for an entire afternoon’s worth of posts.
Jones’ ex-wife Kelly is fighting for sole or joint custody of their three children, who she says are unsafe as long they’re in the care of someone who is “not a stable person.” “He says he wants to break Alec Baldwin’s neck,” Kelly said during a pre-trial hearing. I’m concerned that he is engaged in felonious behavior, threatening a member of Congress. The children are there, watching him broadcast.” On the first day of the two week long custody battle, Jones didn’t seem to be doing a very good job convincing those in the courtroom that his Infowars persona was just “performance art.” During opening statements, attorneys for his ex-wife painted a picture of an unstable home run by a man who is offensive and insensitive, leaves all the children’s care to nannies, and for whom parenting consists of “teaching the kids racist and sexist jokes.” Journalist Ben Hartman described Jones’ reactions at the characterization.