Alex Jones of InfoWars continues to stir up trouble following a big defeat in the custody battle over his three children. His wife, Kelly Jones, last week won the right to decide where the children will live, and the couple will have joint custody.
Known for his outrageous comments and conspiracy theories, the media personality recently talked to reporters about what he deems the real facts of the custody case. On Tuesday’s “Pat & Stu,” the guys commented on clips of Jones’ remarks about Chobani, the lying media and his InfoWars "skits."
Jones said he had talked to four lawyers about the Chobani case and they called it “totally frivolous” and “an absolute PR stunt.” He continued to allege that Chobani has a connection to refugees who come into the country and rape American residents.
Stu Burguiere tried to puzzle through Jones’ reasoning: “His accusation … is that a Greek yogurt maker has decided it would be a good idea for their public relations to get into a public lawsuit with a conspiracy theorist about their yogurt company importing rapists from the Middle East.”
“Nothing he says makes any sense,” Pat Gray summed it up.
Jones also went on a tirade about how many of his craziest headlines are really “satire,” saying that people just overreact because they can’t take a joke and don’t understand when he’s playing a character.
“When you’re talking about goblins, you’re not dressed up in a character,” Pat asserted. “He’s talking about certain people that are actual goblins, and that has absolutely nothing to do with satire.”