Alex Jones is still embroiled in a custody battle with his ex-wife, but still is managing to find time to do his show and defend his name. The conspiracy theorist has seen plenty of odd information leak out of his appearances in court, including a run in with mind-erasing chili and the notion that his entire persona is an act. Not true according to Jones, even though many of the things he’s put into the public sphere would have a normal person hoping others think it’s an act.
Jones continued his defense over the weekend in an hour-long video titled “Sandy Hook Vampires Exposed.” It’s a clip that promises “new information about Sandy Hook” according to the Austin American-Statesman, but soon ignores all of that to go into a possibly chili-fueled rant about the sexual prowess and manhood of Alex Jones:
“When I was 16, I didn’t want to party any more. I didn’t want to play games any more. I grew up. I’d already been in the fights, all the big rituals. I’d already had probably – I hate to brag, but I’m not bragging, it’s actually shameful – probably 150 women, or more, that’s conservative. I’d already had over 150 women. I’d already been in fights with full-grown men. I was already dating college girls by the time I was 15-years-old. I was already a man at 16.”
He then compares himself to Thomas Jefferson after tossing in a few clips of Soylent Green and crafting a diagram that would give Charlie Day nightmares:
This type of claim would be odd on its own — and the Austin American-Statesman goes into some hefty detail with Jones’ biography that includes a David Lynch reference — but it’s right in the middle of a custody hearing where the host is facing questions like this
Jones is trying to fight a public relations war on two fronts it seems and it might end up sinking his current battle in court. And on top of it all, he’s doing it under the shadow of his conspiracy theory about the Sandy Hook massacre, possibly the most contentious thing he’s ever shared on The Alex Jones Show alongside his theories on 9/11. Either he’s trolling and playing up the satire aspect of his show or he’s at same point Forrest MacNeil was at with the end of Review.