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The man claimed the attacks on September 11, 2001 were perpetrated by the US government. As were the Oklahoma bombing and Columbine shootings.
The man called the shootings of the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando a "false flag terror attack" (one of his favorite terms) orchestrated by the Obama administration to enhance the acceptance of the LGBT communities.
The man claimed the Clintons are murderers. Beginning with the suicide death of Vince Foster and continuing through the slaying of five police officers in Dallas.
The man said his gut told him the death of Antonin Scalia was murder by the Obama administration and warned that Clarence Thomas would likely be next.
The man said the Boston Marathon bombing was nothing more than another "false flag terror attack," this one designed to take away the rights of citizens to bear arms.
The man said that the US government has a "weather weapon" that can generate and steer tornadoes to certain areas causing floods and thus contributing to the fallacy of global warning.
The man has said far too many outrageous statements to list. To me, the most egregious of his comments came when he called the 2012 attack at Sandy Hook Elementary School "synthetic, totally fake with actors" portraying the murdered twenty small children and six adults.
In case you did not recognize him in the photographs above, the man is Alex Jones. And the man was recently interviewed by Megyn Kelly for her new show, "Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly." Outrage followed the announcement of the plan to broadcast the interview, none more poignant than the ones from the parents of the slain children from Sandy Hook Elementary.
NBC has declined to comment about the upcoming broadcast which gives this outrageous man a platform. Megyn Kelly, on the other hand, defends herself by saying that President Trump had praised Jones and had been a call-in to his broadcast. In fact, Jones was issued White House press credentials. She further went on to say that many people don't know him and it is "our job" to shine a light.
To make this interview more onerous, NBC plans to air it on Father's Day. A day when so many fathers will grieve for their children killed at Sandy Hook. If you are so inclined, you can contact NBC here.
I hope the powers that be will take a look at photographs such as this one and rethink whether it is appropriate to give any credence to Alex Jones. On Father's Day or any other day.
[Purely Personal Note: I cannot recall a time when I have objected to an interview without having seen it. My view is generally "watch it, don't watch it; listen, don't listen; read, don't read." My objection is not so much on my own behalf. It's for the parents, victims and relatives still grieving from the horrible acts so demeaned by Alex Jones. They should not have this dredged up again in such a malicious manner.]