John Oliver delved into the world of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Sunday’s episode of “Last Week Tonight,” taking a look at Jones’ lucrative supplement store.
The episode had gems including Jones’ own explanation of why he wears expensive Rolex watches: “I dress as a Satanist so that I could enter their world.”
On Wednesday’s “The Glenn Beck Radio Program,” Glenn Beck, Pat Gray and Stu Burguiere parsed an odd clip where Jones explained a particular supplement that was organic, yet not organic. It’s estimated that the InfoWars Store, which sells "vitality formula," "lung cleanse" and other dubious health products, brings in millions for Jones each year.
The supplement was “made from organic sources, but the bacteria’s GMO,” Jones said in the clip. “This stuff is only found in comets, with trace amounts in blueberries.”
Pat wondered about that connection. “Do blueberries come from comets?” he asked jokingly.
“You didn’t realize that blueberries … look at them, they’re baby comets!” Glenn countered.
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