AFP AUDIO INTERVIEW
It should be clear to most people who have observed Alex Jones over the years, that something’s not quite right there.
His over-the-top interview on January 7, 2013 with CNN’s Piers Morgan on gun control, and his June 9, 2013 appearance on the BBC’s Sunday Politics on the Bilderberg group, shed light on his hidden—to many—agenda: act like a raving lunatic to discredit and do great damage to the truth community.
When viewed alongside his January 25, 2010 crashing of a Second Amendment rally in Austin, Texas, where he was successful in disrupting and upstaging the honest organizers of the event for the obvious reasons, this bull-horned buffoon should be considered suspect to all patriots.
Now, this 21st century snake oil salesman, who’s transformed himself into a glorified hawker of vitamins and supplements, including his Super Male Vitality drops, wants to raise some serious money over a 27-hour span: $1 million, in order to reach 400 million more lemmings, ostensibly to build his empire, since he wants his followers to believe he has the New World Order on the ropes and on the run.
Critics of Jones contend that his recent divorce, a purported document of which was leaked on the Internet, is forcing him to “shake the can” for some dough, as he is required to fork over $43,933 a month to his ex-wife for 72 months, on top of losing his luxury waterfront home on nearly 7 acres, valued at close to $1 million.*
*Shortly after the interview was conducted, the Hays County, Texas 428th Judicial District was contacted to verify the authenticity of the leaked document, although the address matches with the Travis [County] Central Appraisal District website, which details Jones’s interest in the property. A partial transcript of the conversation is below.
Court Employee: Who are you calling on behalf of?
Dave Gahary: AMERICAN FREE PRESS newspaper.
Court Employee: And then what would your purpose of calling be?
Dave Gahary: Just to verify that this document is legitimate.
Court Employee: For what purpose?
Dave Gahary: For the newspaper, to do a story on.
Court Employee: Unfortunately I cannot speak to that issue.
Dave Gahary: If it’s public record, shouldn’t we be able to find this out?
Court Employee: It is not public record. This document is sealed.
Dave Gahary: Is there anything public that I can verify it with?
Court Employee: No, the case is sealed.
Dave Gahary: OK, so there’s nothing in the public domain?
Court Employee: All I can tell you is this case is sealed.
Dave Gahary, a former submariner in the U.S. Navy, is the host of AFP’s ‘Underground Interview’ series.