Alex Jones attempts to intimidate Roger Stone jury by outing one of them. Gets the wrong name.

By |2019-11-08T08:14:27-09:00November 9th, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |18 Comments

Damn! You know every once in awhile I forget just how batshit crazy this lunatic is, right up until I hear him ranting on the radio.

Courtesy The Daily Beast

InfoWars conspiracy theorist and Roger Stone ally Alex Jones stepped up his attacks on the jury at Stone’s trial on Tuesday, broadcasting the name and face of a woman he claimed was a juror at the trial and calling her a “minion” of anti-Trump forces.

“We’ve got her name, and we’re going to release it,” Jones said on his InfoWars broadcast, before revealing a woman’s name and putting her face on the screen behind him.

Jones’ attacks on the jury were based on reporting that the first potential juror in the case was a former Obama administration employee in the Office of Management and Budget whose husband works for the Department of Justice. But in his rush to attack the potential juror as a deep-state plant, Jones appears to have gotten the wrong person.

During his broadcast, Jones didn’t show a picture of the actual potential juror, who, despite his claims, didn’t make it onto the jury anyway. Instead, he showed a picture of another former OMB staffer who appears to be totally unrelated to the Stone trial.

Apparently this is not Jones first attempt at intimidating this jury, and he has also been attacking the judge nonstop since the beginning of the trial. 

I assume that Jones is under the mistaken impression that people take him seriously. 

They don’t.

And what’s more his audience of pasty-faced incels has been greatly reduced since the crackdown by Twitter, Youtube, and Instagram. 

At this point he is essentially a nobody, and in my opinion was never really a somebody worthy of attention. 

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  1. mike from iowa November 9, 2019 at 4:57 am - Reply

    Isn’t jury intimidation some sort of crime punishable by beheading of all conspiracy theorists? And since he got the wrong jurist, maybe they will cut off the wrong head.

  2. Anonymous November 9, 2019 at 5:57 am - Reply

    And what’s more his audience of pasty-faced incels has been greatly reduced since the crackdown by Twitter, Youtube, and Instagram
    As we have seen time and again, all it takes is one nutcase and lives are lost while he throws up his hands in mock horror.
    “Who ME? I didn’t do anything!”

  3. mike from iowa November 9, 2019 at 6:09 am - Reply

    Furthermore, according to another source, the former Obama official is now receiving death threats. Jones needs another multi million dollar defamation suit pretty pronto.

  4. Whatevs November 9, 2019 at 6:17 am - Reply

    But I’d still like to see his ass charged, convicted and jailed of jury tampering and intimidation. Or, sued for harassment by that wrongly named person.

  5. anonymous November 9, 2019 at 7:16 am - Reply

    Real dead children ~V$~…Trump family’s ‘sacrifices’>
    “Standing there surrounded by the graves of more than 400,000 troops and their families, Don Jr. wrote, he could not help but think of his own families “sacrifices.” “In that moment, I also thought of all the attacks we’d already suffered as a family and about all the sacrifices we’d have to make to help my father succeed — voluntarily giving up a huge chunk of our business and all international deals to avoid the appearance that we were ‘profiting off the office,’” “Frankly, it was a big sacrifice, costing us millions and millions of dollars annually . . .”

    • Anonymous November 9, 2019 at 7:36 am - Reply

      And the Whos down in Whoville, they all cried, “Boo Hoo HOO.” — Dr. Seuss

    • Anonymous November 9, 2019 at 6:00 pm - Reply

      Talk about offensive and clueless, he is comparing losing MONEY to losing a LIFE.

      So tell daddy to RESIGN and do the WORLD a favor.

  6. Anon November 9, 2019 at 7:17 am - Reply

    Intimidation? Fear? Shame?

    That’s like 100% of the ingredients of the Catholic Church.

    See also priests aka pedofiles.

  7. can't see the hatchet in my forehead November 9, 2019 at 7:34 am - Reply

    You gotta give the guy a break.Once the lizard people got a hold of him there was really no turning back.

    • Portland November 9, 2019 at 8:40 am - Reply

      The blowhard RW radio “personality” Lars Larson here, and now nationally, maybe called out the same?
      He is just as full of himself as the rest.

  8. OT-FYI November 9, 2019 at 8:54 am - Reply

    Facebook Is Making Millions Off A Nationwide Gun Permit Scam
    Concealed Online customers could be breaking the law without even knowing it.

    Concealed Online, a for-profit company based in California, exploits a Virginia law…A HuffPost investigation found that Concealed Online has built two different versions of its website: One for people arriving there organically, and another far less transparent version for people routed there by the company’s tens of thousands of Facebook ads.

    Of 50 ads launched in October, more than one-in-three contain links enabling people to bypass either critical caveats (including the fact that the certificate is not a permit), the safety training that’s required by law, or both. Nearly one-in-five of the ads — which have been viewed millions of times — feature a shareable link that takes people directly from Facebook to a checkout page with the message, “Congratulations! You PASSED!” where they’re told to fill in their billing information in 15 minutes or less to get their certificates.

    Concealed Online’s ads did not go against its policy, and it has continued to cash the company’s massive checks.
    Concealed Online has run 25,000 ads and paid Facebook more than $6.4 million since late last spring, which is as far back as public ad-spending data goes.
    HuffPost found that Concealed Online is running near-identical Facebook ads to at least two other websites that provide the exact same online training and certification services. Those websites, Qualify USA and Qualify2Carry, have also built pages specifically for customers arriving from Facebook ads — pages that, aside from the URLs and titles, are indistinguishable from the one Concealed Online sends Facebook users to. All three websites even display the same verbatim list of exclusively positive reviews. (Concealed Online repeatedly declined to comment on this.)

  9. Anonymous November 9, 2019 at 9:03 am - Reply

    Even a broken clock is right twice a day. Alex did predict 9/11/01 the Sumner of 01, Bin Laden and planes. Always made me think he is actually the plant of those in our own government who helped let 9/11 happen. . Make Alex the crazy one to distract from the truth. He and Steven Jones both.

    • Anonymous November 9, 2019 at 10:46 am - Reply

      I don’t live my life tin foil hatted. Some do.

  10. Anony Moose November 9, 2019 at 10:43 am - Reply

    I hope they sue his sorry ass.

  11. AK Lynne November 9, 2019 at 3:52 pm - Reply

    I hope you all are following the saga of Alex Jones losing in court everywhere already. The Juanita Jean website puts regular updates on there.

  12. Anonymous November 9, 2019 at 9:08 pm - Reply

    He continues to lose all of the Sandyhook Lawsuits against him too. Why is he not bankrupt yet? In fact, how is he still on the air?

    Hmm. What is going on with Limbaugh and Glenn Beck? Seems I haven’t heard anything about them lately.

    • Anonymous November 10, 2019 at 12:38 am - Reply

      “Jones is currently being sued by nine families of those who died in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting after he falsely and repeatedly claimed on his conspiracy outlet Infowars that the massacre was staged and the parents of the dead children were “crisis actors.” In the past year, he’s cycled through multiple lawyers, three of whom ultimately dropped him as a client. And in a videotaped deposition earlier this year in one of those Sandy Hook cases, he fumbled on the most basic of questions, including not knowing the date of the shooting.

      Over the past three months, Jones has suffered some of his biggest court losses in those cases. In August, the Texas Court of Appeals in Austin, where Infowars is based, dismissed an appeal from Jones in a lawsuit brought by Neil Heslin, whose 6-year-old son was killed at Sandy Hook. Heslin is suing Jones and Infowars contributor Owen Shroyer for defamation after Shroyer falsely claimed that Heslin lied about holding his dead son’s body.

      In October, also in Heslin’s case, Judge Scott Jenkins of the Travis County District Court held Jones in contempt after Infowars refused to comply with a court-ordered demand to hand over internal emails and documents related to discussions about Sandy Hook. Jones was ordered to pay more than $25,000 in attorney fees.

      That same month, Jones lost his motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by another Sandy Hook parent, Scarlett Lewis, who is suing him for intentional infliction of emotional distress. In her lawsuit, she cites a 2013 Infowars video, “Why People Think Sandy Hook is a Hoax,” as one of several examples of Jones’ callous and irresponsible actions. The Texas Court of Appeals ruled on Oct. 11 that Lewis had stated a viable claim.

      Also in October, Jones lost an appeal to dismiss a case brought by Marcel Fontaine, who is suing the Infowars host for defamation after the website incorrectly identified Fontaine as the shooter who killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last year.

      It doesn’t stop there. In November, Jones once again lost an appeal in a Sandy Hook defamation lawsuit, this one brought by parents Leonard Pozner and Veronique De La Rosa, whose son was the youngest to be killed in that Connecticut school.”

      “Seven different lawyers have represented Jones through this. His defense was initially led by Marc Randazza, who had to be replaced after a Connecticut court (where Jones is also being sued by Sandy Hook families) cited the lawyer’s “serious misconduct.” Jay Wolman, who was representing Jones with Randazza, also dropped out. Jones then hired attorneys Robert Barnes and Norm Pattis. Barnes, a regular contributor on Infowars, was named as lead counsel in the case brought by Lewis, but has not appeared in court since earlier this summer. Barnes told HuffPost that he is still “general counsel” and remains in “charge of managing these cases,” but is no longer the local counsel for the Lewis case.

      Jones was also represented by Mark Enoch, who in a court filing earlier this year said that Pozner and De La Rosa should have their case thrown out if they didn’t publicly provide their dates of birth and addresses. Enoch withdrew from the litigation over the summer.

      Jones is now being represented by Austin divorce lawyer Michael Burnett. However, a notice of appearance was filed by attorney Wade Jefferies on Wednesday, which could signal that Burnett is being replaced.”

      Gee, and I thought Trump went through a lot of lawyers. I’d like to know how long it will be before Alex Jones is bankrupt.

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