Conspiracy theories have always existed, but in recent years they have been getting more numerous and more troublesome. There is a new tendency of conspiracy theorists to target regular people as well as public figures such as politicians and celebrities. This can raise havoc in these people’s lives, so they are fighting back by filing lawsuits. If they can prove actual damages they have suffered there is a good chance this new class of plaintiffs will win these suits, which may change the national dialogue for the better.
This is the kind of unhinged and crackpot rhetoric that is common on Info Wars, but it has no place in American government.
The NBC station that serves the town where the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre took place will not be airing Megyn Kelly's interview with Sandy Hook conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Sunday.
Trump worshiper Alex Jones made his feelings about Schiff more than plain when he accused Schiff of "sucking globalist d---"
The German magazine noted for its investigative journalism outed "America's biggest conspiracy theorist" and "epitome of fake news" Alex Jones as Trump's propagandist, warning of the dangers of his treatment of Trump as some kind of "Hitler-like Führer".
So far at CPAC we have seen nonstop attacks on "globalists" and "globalism" - and this from a president who makes money from all over the globe. On the whole, this makes as much sense as liberals being cast as the elites when it's Trump who uses a golden toilet as his throne.
Alex Jones claims he and Trump are both reading from the 'sheet music of reality.' Early indications are the mainstream media seems to agree
This is a slippery and dangerous slope down which Trump and his surrogates have embarked. This is how dictatorships function, not democracies
Many of the victims are our children, whom we send to school each morning without any guarantee they will return home safely - or alive.
There is Jones by the Christmas tree telling us "I always try to tell the truth," quoting Spider-Man: "With great power comes great responsibility."
Trump claims he is going to "drain the swamp." The problem is he plans to fill it up with Russians only too eager to take the job of running our country
Trump supporter will seek out the “Mexicans. Syrians. People who can’t speak American and go right up behind them and make them a little bit nervous.”
Drudge said he and Trump’s supporters “wondered if the government was lying about the intensity of the hurricane” and legitimacy of National Hurricane Center data.
In what is no doubt a big seller to Trump’s alt-right crowd as well as the die-hard Hillary haters who went along with Bernie Sanders for the ride, Alex Jones wants Donald Trump to accuse Hillary Clinton of treason at tonight’s debate. And yes, Alex Jones, like Trump, dared to abuse the word “truth” – something neither man knows anything about.
To Roger Stone's suggestive, "I think she’s a Saudi asset," Alex Jones could find only a vulgar reply: "Did Huma have her genitals cut off?"
"She looks like she’s got...Down syndrome whenever she’s out there with the balloons falling, like she’s a three-year old with a lobotomy."
Ted Nugent claims Obama is trying to kill children by creating gun-free zones but he's the one refusing to keep guns out of the wrong hands
Shubhranshu Choudhary says "Journalism has to become everyone's business," but Fox News says journalism is nobody's business, including, especially, their own
During Wednesday morning's episode of Fox & Friends, Peter Johnson, Jr. and Tucker Carlson said the Department of Justice investigation into Michael Brown's death was discredited because they "sought advice" from radical Ferguson protester and livestreamer Bassem Masri.
If the last 2 weeks of reporting and punditry tell us anything, Fox "News" is willing write off one side of the racial divide for generations; the same way the Republicans have written off the Latinos that Fox "News" is hypocritically trying to attract.