For years leading up to the United States Presidential Election in 2016, infowars’ Alex Jones had been a publicly vocal supporter of Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange.
It was one of Jones go to topics to use to whip his audience up into a revolutionary frenzy and prove that “the government is always lying.”
It was also a handy branch to hoodwink the unsure listener to The Alex Jones Show, that Jones is a freedom of speech and liberty sort of guy.
Jones is a Prostitute of Mammon, willing to sell his soul to a criminal scheme that allegedly wanted to overthrow democracy in The United States, and install Donald Trump as a fascist dictator.
For further info on the fingerprints of the alleged 21st Century Business Plot to overthrow democracy in The United States, go here.
Trump didn’t have much to say about WikiLeaks prior to the 2016 United States Presidential campaign, until Roger Stone got involved with a middleman, who advised him that Julian Assange’s WikiLeaks had a trove of emails stolen from a Democratic Party server.
The emails were later released, which many believe was one of the deciding factors in the 2016 vote, tipping the balance in favour of Donald Trump.
The emails were also the basis for the ridiculous “Pizzagate” scandal that never was.
Pizzagate, was, and still is, a right-wing conspiracy whose believers imagined that mentions of pizza and cheese in John Podesta’s emails, were codewords used by an elite satanic conspiracy of child abusers and murderers – who numbered Tom Hanks among the ranks.
The Pizzagate flap came to a head when an armed fanatical believer turned up at Comet Pingpong to investigate the phony flap.
The believer was named Edgar Maddison Welch, who was reported to be a “deeply religious father of two.”
A deeply religious man, with an AR-15 rifle and a poor grasp of facts.
It’s not scary in the slightest to think that there are millions of Edgar Maddison Welch’s all over the United States.
Jesus would have loved that!
Before he was sentenced to four years in prison, Welch admitted to the New York Times, “the intel wasn’t that great.”
This being the case, it is no surprise that Trumps acolytes could continue supporting him, even though he was blatantly gaslighting them in more ways than can be tracked.
The most prominent gaslighting, however, was Trumps professed support for Julian Assange and WikiLeaks.
After the WikiLeaks trove of Democratic Party emails was released online, Trump said, “I love Wikileaks.”
However, according to this report from theguardian.com, it wasn’t too long after the 2016 Presidential Election that:
“Some senior officials inside the CIA and the Trump administration went as far as to request “sketches” or “options” for killing Assange. “There seemed to be no boundaries,” a former senior counterterrorist official was quoted as saying.”
At the same time as Pompeo and officials inside the CIA were talking about plots to murder Assange, Alex Jones and Roger Stone on infowars, were still letting their audience believe that there was a plot to break Assange free from the room he had lived in for years, under de-facto house arrest in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London and get him to the United States where Trump would grant him a pardon.
Alex Jones and Roger Stone were obviously worried that should the truth get out about the Trump administrations real plans for Assange, that the pitchforks would be out for them, so they continued to push the free Julian Assange meme, whilst also benefitting from increased viewing numbers for their sham support.
If Trump supporters really wanted to do their homework and their own research, they would have likely come to the conclusion that Trump’s intentions towards Assange and Wikilieaks, would likely be the same as his professed previous intentions for Edward Snowden – Investigation and perhaps the death penalty.
The rights and wrongs of what Assange did, and his arguably unwitting association with the source of the leaked Democratic emails are up for discussion, but one this is for sure.
Assange will be under no doubt he helped another bunch of bloodthirsty lunatics into the Whitehouse in what could have, and maybe will still end up us, the most gullible, and strangest, suicide note in history.