Skip to comments.MSNBC Works with Alex Jones to Discredit Tea Party Movement
Posted on 06/14/2010 2:11:42 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Radio host Alex Jones, who believes that 9/11 was a U.S. government plot and inside job conspiracy, is featured in Chris Matthews Wednesday documentary on MSNBC as a leader of the New Right and the Tea Party movement. But Jones has absolutely nothing to do with the conservative or Tea Party movements.
In the advance promotional advertisements for the program, Jones is shown saying that the U.S. has entered the phase of deep tyranny. The promos make Jones appear to be the undisputed leader of the New Right and the Tea Party movement.
But in fact, a video shows Jones disrupting a Tea Party rally in Texas by shouting at organizers and speakers with a bullhorn. This performance woke up many Tea Party members to the real Jones agenda and he has been anathema to them ever since.
HARDBALL Looks at Conservative Movement, the MSNBC website says, referring to the Chris Matthews program which airs at 7 p.m. ET Wednesday.
But Jones is not and never has been a conservative. Jones has much more in common with the left than the right. He is, for example, a member of the 9/11 Truth Movement, as was Van Jones, the Obama official fired after evidence of his communist background began to surface. The 9/11 Truth Movement was originally designed to undercut evidence that Muslims were behind the attacks that killed almost 3,000 Americans. Leftists joined the movement and used it to undermine the Bush Administration drive for a military response to Islamic terrorism and its base of operations in the Middle East.
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Not an issue since no one watches MSNBC or Matthews.
Jones should not skip his meds!
MSNBC a liberals mecca.
that's ok... i figure the BP rig explosion was the 0bama administration... so we're even there.
and i do everything i can to show how anti-American, incompetent, evil, and down right stupid the progressive is. so again, we match.
A fruitcake host interviewing a fruitcake guest who spews a fruitcake theory about the Tea Party proves only that the host is a fruitcake. Not to worry.
Don’t be too hard on yourself, sten.
Here are a couple sparkling “chem trail” gems from the Alex Jones Galactic Recruiting Station:
“Shhh!!!, What If It Was Reported That They Are Spraying Aluminum?”
— and this —
European Parliament Questioned on Chemtrails
Avionews | Aircraft condensation trails which no longer only contain water but cause persistent milky veils, possibly due to the presence of barium, aluminum and iron.
[Yeah, like clouds are such persistent milky veils too, probably due to tinfoil. And the multi-colored ‘chem’ trails, which aren’t due to light prisms from the sun — no, they must be something sinister.]
I hear Alex Jones on Kook to Kook AM every now and then.
He is perfect for the conspiracy, and ET is everywhere kooks.
If it is crazy and unbelievable, Jones will milk it all the way to the bank.
Actually, Alex Jones is a step up for MSNBC ...
MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow Wrongly tells Audience: Constitution Doesnt Have A Preamble
Kook to Kook? Watch out — last I heart, Art Bell is still in the Phillipines.
This guy just proves that your average Liberal/Union Member/Democrat would vote for a tree if it had the word Democrat next to it.
“Kook to Kook? Watch out last I heart, Art Bell is still in the Phillipines.”
Yea, Art and I are fellow ham radio ops, and about the same age.
I have exchanged a few short emails with him, but can not say that we are friends, or know each other.
He had returned to the USA, but realized that he is better off here and is now in Manila.
“He had returned to the USA, but realized that he is better off here and is now in Manila.”
I had a feeling that would happen with Zero in charge! Hahaha!
HARDBALL Looks at Conservative Movement, the MSNBC
“Joseph Stalin looks at Free Enterprise,” why would anyone with half a brain waste their time.
Alex Jones is a leftist plant. To discredit the “right.”
Like Pastor Phelps, whose only purpose in pretending to be Christian is to make Christians look bad.
But, Glen Beck’s ramblings on most of the same subjects, are perfectly fine.
Some of Jones’ work.
Wasted effort on their part...
Pablum for the brain dead acid casualty 60’s Hippies who make up the Hardball audience.