Does anyone take Alex Jones & his Infowars broadcasts seriously? Why? Why not?
Obviously enough do for him to have been in business for two decades, have a website AND radio show in or around Austin.
So do other bizarre ones like late night radio shows that talk as much about alien abductions and past lives as new world order.
What I am concerned about is the fact that it is sites like Alex Jones that are the only ones discussing Clinton's valid health concerns (prior history of concussions, blood clots, eye wandering) or TSA checkpoints on highways and other issues.
If the news media hadn't decided that politics was more important than their job, reporting, then these stories would be covered. Instead, they only report what they have to report, don't report anything bad that hurts their cause, or report it in a way to blame the right ...
If the watch dogs hadn't decided it was their job to be lap dogs for political favor or guard dogs for progressivism, then we wouldn't have sites like Alex Jones growing in popularity because no one else covers the six year old girl in Idaho raped by Muslim refugees and the mother gets no help from authorities, the whites killed by cops who are ignored by the media, etc.
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