The current political climate is already pretty hard to handle with what is dropping daily from Washington, D.C. and The White House. When Trump’s new communications director is disregarding any of his filters for a wild interview with the New Yorker and the president is giving boy scouts a full political speech, you know it is an interesting time for politics. But then Alex Jones meets up with former reality stars Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag on the beach in Hawaii to discuss politics, tyranny, fake news, and the secret Hollywood cabal that is keeping their careers stagnant, leaving you to wonder if we’ve actually reached the bottom of the abyss.
We have not because this is actually real life and always has been, the only thing that has changed is the access. Proof for that can be found with the relationship between the former Hills duo and Jones’ Infowars, dating back close to a decade. As the couple says in the video, they were the famous names then and Jones was still just a conspiracy theorist out there talking about how 9/11 was fake and the Globalists were coming to pour Joker venom in the water supply. The couple first appeared with Jones back in 2009 on his radio show, describing how the media had demonized them, the mark of the beast, and how their eyes were opened by Jones’ documentaries about 9/11 being an inside job:
We used to have a phenomenal relationship with the media, they’ve kind of turned on us now because they’ve created us into such a monstrous thing…a monster in their opinion,…like they made us too big, like the Obama-sized us…[The Hills] just like the American government can narrate our media, is the same exact principles, like, so they can either put a positive light on you or a negative light. We took the negative light, and smiled, and went with it, and you know, we’re very appreciative of you know, good press, negative press, whatever, because end of the day, now we have a bigger, you know, reach to talk about Alex Jones and you know the New World Order takeover, so…
You can check out their full interview here (it begins the 180 minute mark). The 9/11 comments are interesting because Pratt and Montag both got into hot water for comparing the loss of their show to the tragic terror attacks on the World Trade Center in 2016. That must mean it’s all a web of lies and deceit.
Now we’re about a decade later and the couple reunited with the host during a vacation in Hawaii to catch up on old times and reignite those conspiracy interests. Tyranny, Homeland and its depiction of a Jones-like figure, the star-killer cabals of Hollywood, and lots of “Making America Great” take the center stage during this half hour chat, making their snorkeling trip almost tame in comparison. It’s almost surreal, complete with a double rainbow in the background and Jones ranting non-stop.
The only way this would be odder is if Randy Quaid and his lady love made their way into the interview, right around the point where the star killers enter the conversation. It needs to be seen, at least partially, to be believed. This happened and it’s a shame that The Soup is no longer around to talk about it.