Alex Jones says he wears “a blue sports coat and a Rolex because it’s a symbol of middle class and humanity having prosperity ...” and because it’s how Satanists dress, according to Jones.
The $8,000 Rolex and $2,000 sports coat are hardly symbols of middle-class wealth which Jones believes has been hijacked by Satanists.
“That is the Satanic image (a Rolex and a blue sports coat). So, I dress as a Satanist so that I could (sic) enter their world and show you that none of it means anything.”
Jones spends as much time on-air peddling his products as he does spreading unfounded conspiracy theories. Ex-employees describe Jones as a thriving business head claiming, “He can sell 500 supplements in an hour…It’s like QVC for conspiracy.”
Today on “Pat & Stu” the guys discussed John Oliver’s hysterical 20-minute spoof on HBO which completely debunks Alex Jones, his supplements, his funding tactics, and his beliefs about Satanists.
“Try to follow the justification as to why he has an $8,000 watch,” said Stu Burguiere. Jones aggressively sells products to fund his show, and luxury watch collection apparently, as he masks his taste for high-end luxury as a war against the globalists.