Conspiracy Theory Election 2016

Alex Jones is Personally Advising Trump on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy theory kingpin and opponent of gay frogs Alex Jones is very relieved because Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is one step ahead of him.

Jones says he warned Donald Trump about the "rigged election" and voter fraud, but Trump was already clued into it.

via Media Matters:

JONES: The globalists have made a critical error. They have been operating their ongoing takeover program as if they were still in the 1980s or ‘70s. And they believe that they've had air superiority with the dinosaur collaborator media. Discrediting, or attempting to discredit or spinning true independent media that’s exposing their crimes.

And they made an even bigger error in the string of them when I came out over a month ago and had a special message to Donald Trump dealing with election fraud -- I personally talked to him as well obviously -- and he didn’t so much do what I told him to do, he already concurred and absolutely was on the same page and was already right there with me or even ahead of me.

But I encouraged him to basically ignore some of the people telling him not to go with that, and to go all the way because if they stole it from Sanders, and they try to steal it from him nakedly in the primaries and they’ve got a history of it, that Homeland Security was going to go in and probably bring in U.N. observers, to make sure illegals and people could vote, and change the debate away from election fraud, to retail voter fraud, which is individuals cheating rather than the computers being hacked.

It's not clear if Trump also believes Homeland Security and the United Nations are going to rig the election, but that probably wouldn't surprise anyone.

Jones went on to say that Trump has other advisers who are "telling him the same thing," implying that Trump's advisers told him the Blue Helmets may steal the election under Agenda 21. Or something.

  • Badgerite

    He seems nice. I think I prefer the Gorn. A little more rational.

  • muselet

    The Media Matters transcript probably doesn’t accurately reflect Alex Jones’s spittle-flecked rage, but that’s okay with me, as long as I don’t have to listen to the ambulatory throat polyp.

    Jones was really on a roll. He went after “the globalists,” “the dinosaur collaborator media,” “election fraud” (meaning his favored candidate doesn’t win), “Homeland Security,” “UN observers,” “illegals,” and “skewing the polls,” and that’s just in the first half of his rant. It was a compilation of The Paranoid Right’s Greatest Hits.

    … [H]e already concurred and absolutely was on the same page and was already right there with me or even ahead of me.

    If Alex Jones is to be believed (hey, stop laughing!), Donald Trump is just as big a paranoid loony as Jones. Inadvertently, Jones said something both true and important there.

    –alopecia

    • JMAshby

      They included a video clip which you can watch at their site. I didn’t embed it because it literally gives me a headache.

      • muselet

        I saw that. You couldn’t pay me enough to click Play.

        –alopecia