Alex Jones’ appearance on CNN’s “Piers Morgan Tonight” has gone viral. Video of the fiery interaction continues to spread on social media, while also spawning discussion on TheBlaze.com. But Jones wasn’t done making his voice heard following his CNN interview. In fact, just one hour after last night’s on-air debacle unfolded, the radio host put out a conspiracy-laden YouTube clip, documenting his experience at CNN and expressing fears that the mafia or the New York Police Department (NYPD) would harm him.
Throughout the video, Jones made it sound as though authorities were very literally stalking him. When he arrived in New York City, he alleged that a “big, mean Bloomberg detective” approached him and pretended to be a “big fan.” Jones didn’t believe for a second, though, that the individual was an admirer and he described him, among others, as an undercover or off-duty cop who had “pure violence in the eyes.”
“We’ve got undercover cops all over us who look like they’re from ‘Good Fellas,'” he continued, later saying that he believed publishing the conspiratorial YouTube clip would protect him from any negative retribution from Mayor Michael Bloomberg or the police.
“If you don’t know that Bloomberg is total mafia, you’re on another planet. They’re thugs. I know what they are,” he added.
Jones told his loyal fans that if anything happens to him or his associate while he’s in New York — even if they’re “killed by crackheads” — that it was the NYPD or the mafia that should be held responsible.
Watch the bizarre video, below:
As previously reported, on Monday night, Jones went ballistic in his dialogue with CNN host Piers Morgan. And there was no shortage of conspiracy peppered throughout the exchange. At one point, the radio host claimed that the U.S. government is giving citizens “suicide mass murder pills” — and, at other points, he simply hammered down his views on the Second Amendment.
“Britain took the guns…Hitler took the guns, Stalin took the guns, Mao took the guns, Fidel Castro took the guns, Hugo Chavez took the guns,” he said, losing his cool with Morgan. “And I’m here to tell you. 1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms…We will not relinquish them. Do you understand?”
See the original coverage of the Morgan vs. Jones on-air spat here.