Alex Jones, 2013: “I Clearly Believe, From The Evidence, Children Were Really Killed In Sandy Hook, And It’s A Real Tragedy.”

NBC and Megan Kelly are in foaming hot water over Kelly’s upcoming interview with anti-globalist, populist talk show host Alex Jones. Jones pre-empted Kelly’s piece by publishing his own recording of the interview, here. A close friend of mine knows the father of one of the children killed at Sandy Hook, and told me he met the boy once. Another friend of mine has posted on FB that he knows another family who lost a child, but didn’t respond to a request I sent that he put me in touch with the family. It is understandable that grieving parents are simply unable to summon the strength to “prove” that their children have been killed, so the situation persists: People on the internet persist in spreading “conspiracy” theories that run the gamut, all the way out to saying no children were killed, and that the entire event was staged as a false flag to condition to public to surrender the right to bear arms.

Story on Sandy Hook families outrage over Megan Kelly’s Alex Jones interview here. 

Mainstream media outlets continue to report that Alex Jones thinks Sandy Hook “was a hoax,” and that no children were killed. This, a simple internet search reveals, is not true.

Jones, apparently, interviewed people on all sides of the conspiracy spectrum. In 2013, in the video posted below, he said:

“I clearly believe from the evidence, children were really killed in Sandy Hook, and it’s a real tragedy. But the fact that they’re having people script things and that answers are being scripted is incontrovertible. We’ll get to some of that evidence right now..”

The issues raised by Jones in the video below broach the way bigger, messier issue of primarily CNN having been caught staging, faking, and manipulating news, including pretending to be places they were not. That’s the conversation America is getting ready to have now, thanks to Alex Jones/Megyn Kelly hysteria.

My heart aches for the families, and my primary intention with this post is to prove:

A: Alex Jones believes children were killed at Sandy Hook and B: Alex Jones believes CNN is a deep state organ that literally fakes news. These questions should not be conflated to the point where the entire discussion is rendered “toxic,” “hateful,” and taboo. Instead, let’s get everything up to the surface, out in the open.

UPDATE: In 2014, Alex Jones seemed to contradict or expand on the 2013 quote above (which is normal, to alternate position, as new information comes in.) Were no homicides registered in Sandy Hook in 2012? Really?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1RlzXvGy2s

12 thoughts on “Alex Jones, 2013: “I Clearly Believe, From The Evidence, Children Were Really Killed In Sandy Hook, And It’s A Real Tragedy.”

  1. Making this all about “Alex Jones” is a covert ad-hominem intended to dissuade people from viewing the evidence he presents on these clips.

    What is with the fake media brought about by military intelligence. Where is the “free press” in all that? What agenda is being served? It’s not helping any democratic process that I know of.

    You can call Alex “controlled opposition” – well he probably is – but he’s allowed to speak the truth and mainstream media? – usually not at all. Faked news is outright lying and that is criminal. It is factually unconstitutional, regardless of what “executive order” or “NDAA” clause they are citing.

    So the idiots who think they can just slip over an ad-hom to cover for this deep state manipulation and get away with it – have got another thing coming.

  2. Alex is right to question what happened at this event. Just like we need to question 9/11. People are really dense to think that our government isn’t capable of false flag events. If they want to take away our second amendment rights, they will allow these massacres to happen. They have done far worse than this in other countries. If you never question anything you will be a mindless drone. I bet all of these people who criticize Alex Jones have never actually watched his show.

    1. “People are really dense to think that our government isn’t capable of false flag events. If they want to take away our second amendment rights, they will allow these massacres to happen. ”

      Fact is that after events like these gun sales increase.
      Perhaps these “false flag” events are actually sponsored by the gun industry to increase their sales.

    2. “I bet all of these people who criticize Alex Jones have never actually watched his show.”

      An actual clip of his show demonstrating his lying was posted here.
      Somebody clearly watched the show to see what he was saying.
      Perhaps you should as well.

    1. This Jones chap deserves some manner of celebratory award and renown for being an unprecedentedly adept and accomplished expert in the art of dissembling, and in the art of theatrically-perjurious falsifying and denying of his earlier statements, to buy what he erroneously believes will be (in the eyes of a public which he erroneously expects is blind to his pusillanimous dishonesty and corrupt intellect) his redemption from his status as a predatory exploiter of his head-hunting audience’s lazy gullibility.

      Applause! Applause! and the highest civilian medals of honor, for the Pablo Picasso, the Michelangelo, the Andy Warhol of subterfuge, dodge, duplicity, pretense and other masterfully-shamming monkey business.

      Alex, old chap, you ARE that man.

      THE Man ain’t got no expertise at putting brush strokes on the artifice canvas, compared to you!

      1. Mr. Powell, you seem to be under the illusion that the more words you write, the more convincing your argument will be. You are a throwback to 19th century’s era of hourlong oratory.
        As Lincoln himself said of some long-forgotten person, “He can compress more words into the tiniest idea than any man I know.”

        1. Sigh.

          Ho hum.

          Another of R.A. Davis’s miserable, needy attempts to demonstrate, highlight, inject and neurotically arrange self-coronation for her self-confirmed yet miserably insecure superiority.

          Ho hum.

          You seem to be undert the illusion that the more of such miserably-neurotic, compulsive, knee-jerk self-crowning arrangements you inject, the more likely it will be that someone somewhere will be convinced of your confidence.

          Sigh.

          Ho hum.

          Bye bye

        2. r a davis
          you seem to be under the delusion that the more you attack Mr Powell for the fluency, vibrancy and eloquence of his words, the less valid and truthful his words are.
          Instead of addressing the fact that video evidence was presented demonstrating unequivocally that jones lied regarding previous statements and assertions surrounding the Sandy Hook massacre you choose to mock the excellence of Mister Powell’s linguistic abilities.
          Why would that be?

      1. Do you deny that this is alex jones speaking?
        Do you deny that this us an actual excerpt of his show infowars?

        Or was this created by media matters with an alex jones lookalike filmed in front of a gren screen?

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