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It's hilarious that the real Alex Jones can actually be 10x more outlandish than the "Fake Alex Jones" they broadcast on Howard Stern

After the homophobe gets called out for getting caught with trans porn on his phone:
“There’s two types of people: People who look at porn and people who lie about it. But I wasn’t looking at porn on my phone."

Well Alex, it would seem you just painted yourself into a corner. :ROFLMAO:
 

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You go and get your oil changed at AN oil changed shop. It cost $70 for the oil change and filter. They give you the bill and it is $70 for the oil change, $40 for windshield wipers, $800 for tires, $200 for a battery. You going to just accept these other cost because it's part of the bill?
This is making me laugh almost as hard as the Alex Jones post I'll be putting up shortly. A "Bill" in government is not like a list of charges from an oil change place, or when you buy the Whopper Combo at Burger King. Seriously, did you not learn a thing when you were in school?
Here's a cheat-sheet for you to understand a "Bill": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_(law)
Seriously, you crack me up and make me sad at the same time.

Spending, spending, spending as in unrelated spending... reason? for the two I listed. Recession and unrelated spending.
Compensating veterans who were wrongly injured is "unrelated spending"?

These are statements made by you dumbass, not me.

You don't believe the events I named (Vietnam, Agent Orange) happened, yet you claim your dad and uncleS were there and involved. I've asked you to reconcile that by telling THEM you think it's all bullshit. Are you afraid to tell them this?
You are an idiot.

The point is extra shit gets added to bills and we are just supposed to accept them when they have nothing to do with the bill. Good to know that you refuse to comprehend that.

Veterans WERE COMPENSATED by a paycheck.

Not one time did I say Vietnam, Agent Orange never happened, not ONCE. Dumbass.
 

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‘Jurors also were told that Jones and his company inflicted intentional emotional distress on Heslin and Lewis by repeatedly portraying the Sandy Hook shooting as a hoax from 2012 to 2018, when they filed suit. Each parent can be compensated for past and future mental anguish.’

‘In his closing arguments, parents lawyer Kyle Farrar reminded jurors that they were asked during jury selection whether they could approve a damages award of $100 million or more. Those who could not were weeded out during the selection process, he said.’


This is so one-sided; as in, only he is held to these standards, while the tv media and big “favored” organizations with the “non-dissident” thoughts can say whatever they want, even reporting literal fake news that starts ENTIRE wars that actually cost lives. Suing for $150 million for emotional distress really seems absurd. I understand what he said could hurt feelings and be considered extreme, but acting like “emotional distress” justifies 150 million dollars just seems absolutely absurd, and there was seemingly no call to action to harm anyone, here.

Many other people also questioned Sandy Hook and video footage and the legitimacy of the narrative; people do have the right to converse about their opinion of events, but not call for violence. Leftists have literally called for the deaths of people, they acted like they were killing Trump on multiple occasions, called for the stalking of Supreme Court Justices, I mean it’s just an infinite amount of directly encouraging violence among people, and the violence actually happens. I don’t understand how what Jones said makes him liable for what other people do. The amount of money they want just seems absurd with what he’s accused of. They try to lump this “evil conspiracy far right wizard terrorist madman” narrative into this trial to try to hype up justifying this amount of money.

Anybody with an opinion opposing the state constantly (being a dissident) is what they use to justify this. This same shit isn’t going to happen to Fox or CNN or ABC or MSNBC, and it has nothing to do with them not doing the same thing. I don’t think he’s right for what he’s said, but I really don’t think he was $150 million wrong. That just seems like a money grabbing, honestly. And the trial has so many red flags in the way the whole court system is acting. There’s been some unprecedented steps seemingly bypassed, like guilty before proven guilty. It’s just very strange, the way this whole thing has been legally handled + the amount of money.
 

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The point is extra shit gets added to bills and we are just supposed to accept them when they have nothing to do with the bill. Good to know that you refuse to comprehend that.
Hahahah. Not how it works> The stuff is in the bill when it goes through congress on its way to being law.
They don't "add on" once the bill is voted on and approved. Way to again not know how government works.
And still hilarious that you think there should be a separate congressional bill for each item of spending.


Veterans WERE COMPENSATED by a paycheck.
Their paycheck did not include hazard pay for toxin exposure via things like Agent Orange, nuclear waste in the water, burn pits. It's part of why there was a (get ready for it) BILL that had to be voted on for those exposed to Agent Orange

Not one time did I say Vietnam, Agent Orange never happened, not ONCE. Dumbass.
You have said multiple times that unless you witness something, it didn't happen. You also doubled down and argued that just because a lawsuit was heard and won by the plaintiffs, it doesn't mean something happened.
You painted yourself into that corner, not us.
 

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‘Jurors also were told that Jones and his company inflicted intentional emotional distress on Heslin and Lewis by repeatedly portraying the Sandy Hook shooting as a hoax from 2012 to 2018, when they filed suit. Each parent can be compensated for past and future mental anguish.’

‘In his closing arguments, parents lawyer Kyle Farrar reminded jurors that they were asked during jury selection whether they could approve a damages award of $100 million or more. Those who could not were weeded out during the selection process, he said.’


This is so one-sided; as in, only he is held to these standards, while the tv media and big “favored” organizations with the “non-dissident” thoughts can say whatever they want, even reporting literal fake news that starts ENTIRE wars that actually cost lives. Suing for $150 million for emotional distress really seems absurd. I understand what he said could hurt feelings and be considered extremely,, but acting like “emotional distress” justifies 150 million dollars just seems absolutely absurd, and there was seemingly no call to action to harm anyone, here.

Many other people also questioned Sandy Hook and video footage and the legitimacy of the narrative; people do have the right to converse about their opinion of events, but not call for violence. Leftists have literally called for the deaths of people, they acted like they were killing Trump on multiple occasions, called for the stalking of Supreme Court Justices, I mean it’s just an infinite amount of directly encouraging violence among people, and the violence actually happens. I don’t understand how what Jones said makes him liable for what other people do. The amount of money they want just seems absurd with what he’s accused of. They try to lump this “evil conspiracy far right wizard terrorist madman” narrative into this trial to try to hype up justifying this amount of money.

Anybody with an opinion opposing the state constantly (being a dissident) is what they use to justify this. This same shit isn’t going to happen to Fox or CNN or ABC or MSNBC, and it has nothing to do with them not doing the same thing. I don’t think he’s right for what he’s said, but I really don’t think he was $150 million wrong. That just seems like a money grabbing, honestly. And the trial has so many red flags in the way the whole court system is acting. There’s been some unprecedented steps seemingly bypassed, like guilty before proven guilty. It’s just very strange, the way this whole thing has been legally handled + the amount of money.
Jury selection is done by both sides in the argument. Sorry, but that's reality.
Alex jones is a pandering piece of shit, plain and simple. Anyone who listens to him for any purpose other than to laugh at his bullshit or mock him is simply an ahole.

Stop playing this p*ssy stance of "well, THEY did this, so HE should be able to do this". You sound like a fvcking child.
 

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The point is extra shit gets added to bills and we are just supposed to accept them when they have nothing to do with the bill. Good to know that you refuse to comprehend that.
Hahahah. Not how it works> The stuff is in the bill when it goes through congress on its way to being law.
They don't "add on" once the bill is voted on and approved. Way to again not know how government works.
And still hilarious that you think there should be a separate congressional bill for each item of spending.


Veterans WERE COMPENSATED by a paycheck.
Their paycheck did not include hazard pay for toxin exposure via things like Agent Orange, nuclear waste in the water, burn pits. It's part of why there was a (get ready for it) BILL that had to be voted on for those exposed to Agent Orange

Not one time did I say Vietnam, Agent Orange never happened, not ONCE. Dumbass.
You have said multiple times that unless you witness something, it didn't happen. You also doubled down and argued that just because a lawsuit was heard and won by the plaintiffs, it doesn't mean something happened.
You painted yourself into that corner, not us.
Nobody said adding things AFTER THE BILL PASSES.

If you join the military and don't think there are risk with that job then you shouldn't have been allowed to join in the first place. THEY KNOW THERE ARE RISK. THEY GOT PAID AND ACCEPTED THE RISK.

You made a comment about lawsuits. I responded that a lawsuit doesn't mean something happened. Perhaps you were searching for the words "VERDICT" or "AWARDED" or "OUTCOME" or "DISPOSITION". Something along those lines. A lawsuit is a CLAIM BROUGHT TO A COURT OF LAW FOR ADJUDICATION.

Now, stop moving goal post and shut up.
 

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Nobody said adding things AFTER THE BILL PASSES.
"The point is extra shit gets added to bills." Your words, to the letter. A "quote", not an "interpretation" or "my take". Maybe you meant that bills comprise more than just ONE provision, and you are upset that they do?

If you join the military and don't think there are risk with that job then you shouldn't have been allowed to join in the first place. THEY KNOW THERE ARE RISK. THEY GOT PAID AND ACCEPTED THE RISK.
Once again, you are laughably incorrect. Firefighters accept a risk when they take the job. That doesn't include such risks as the city providing faulty equipment, or a poorly built firehouse that collapses on them. Service members do not implicitly or explicitly accept the risk and indemnify the government for thigs like exposure to toxins. The Agent Orange fiasco proves that explicitly, even if you refuse to belive the results of the lawsuits, the Congressional Bills that have been passed, the resulting laws, or the fact that the issue even happened. Your ignorance doesn't alter reality, except maybe whey YOU perceive as reality.


You made a comment about lawsuits. I responded that a lawsuit doesn't mean something happened. Perhaps you were searching for the words "VERDICT" or "AWARDED" or "OUTCOME" or "DISPOSITION". Something along those lines. A lawsuit is a CLAIM BROUGHT TO A COURT OF LAW FOR ADJUDICATION.
The Agent Orange lawsuit HAD a verdict. About 40 years ago. It also had Bills go through Congress a decade later. It not only regarded people who were proved to be affected, but provided for presumptive exposure for people who may experience future complications. Did you think I was referencing an ACTIVE lawsuit regarding Agent Orange use in the Vietnam war?

Dude, you really need to stop arguing about things you don't understand, or start learning things so your arguments can make some sense. You keep painting yourself into corners you can't get out of.
You are hopelessly lost and floundering.
 

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Nobody said adding things AFTER THE BILL PASSES.
"The point is extra shit gets added to bills." Your words, to the letter. A "quote", not an "interpretation" or "my take". Maybe you meant that bills comprise more than just ONE provision, and you are upset that they do?

If you join the military and don't think there are risk with that job then you shouldn't have been allowed to join in the first place. THEY KNOW THERE ARE RISK. THEY GOT PAID AND ACCEPTED THE RISK.
Once again, you are laughably incorrect. Firefighters accept a risk when they take the job. That doesn't include such risks as the city providing faulty equipment, or a poorly built firehouse that collapses on them. Service members do not implicitly or explicitly accept the risk and indemnify the government for thigs like exposure to toxins. The Agent Orange fiasco proves that explicitly, even if you refuse to belive the results of the lawsuits, the Congressional Bills that have been passed, the resulting laws, or the fact that the issue even happened. Your ignorance doesn't alter reality, except maybe whey YOU perceive as reality.


You made a comment about lawsuits. I responded that a lawsuit doesn't mean something happened. Perhaps you were searching for the words "VERDICT" or "AWARDED" or "OUTCOME" or "DISPOSITION". Something along those lines. A lawsuit is a CLAIM BROUGHT TO A COURT OF LAW FOR ADJUDICATION.
The Agent Orange lawsuit HAD a verdict. About 40 years ago. It also had Bills go through Congress a decade later. It not only regarded people who were proved to be affected, but provided for presumptive exposure for people who may experience future complications. Did you think I was referencing an ACTIVE lawsuit regarding Agent Orange use in the Vietnam war?

Dude, you really need to stop arguing about things you don't understand, or start learning things so your arguments can make some sense. You keep painting yourself into corners you can't get out of.
You are hopelessly lost and floundering.
Moron.

Keep arguing about agent orange. Which is NOT the burn pit bill.

Keep arguing about other jobs. Which aren't the military personnel that were at these burn pits.

Keep arguing about comprehension. Even though shit has to be explained to you over and over and you just keep right on arguing, refusing to be wrong and insulting other people over your stupidity.

Keep arguing AN argument that you form in your head. Even though you are speaking to another person, keep the argument that was in your head going like you said it out loud... but actually didn't.

Keep on winning. #drugabuser
 

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‘Jurors also were told that Jones and his company inflicted intentional emotional distress on Heslin and Lewis by repeatedly portraying the Sandy Hook shooting as a hoax from 2012 to 2018, when they filed suit. Each parent can be compensated for past and future mental anguish.’

‘In his closing arguments, parents lawyer Kyle Farrar reminded jurors that they were asked during jury selection whether they could approve a damages award of $100 million or more. Those who could not were weeded out during the selection process, he said.’


This is so one-sided; as in, only he is held to these standards, while the tv media and big “favored” organizations with the “non-dissident” thoughts can say whatever they want, even reporting literal fake news that starts ENTIRE wars that actually cost lives. Suing for $150 million for emotional distress really seems absurd. I understand what he said could hurt feelings and be considered extreme, but acting like “emotional distress” justifies 150 million dollars just seems absolutely absurd, and there was seemingly no call to action to harm anyone, here.

Many other people also questioned Sandy Hook and video footage and the legitimacy of the narrative; people do have the right to converse about their opinion of events, but not call for violence. Leftists have literally called for the deaths of people, they acted like they were killing Trump on multiple occasions, called for the stalking of Supreme Court Justices, I mean it’s just an infinite amount of directly encouraging violence among people, and the violence actually happens. I don’t understand how what Jones said makes him liable for what other people do. The amount of money they want just seems absurd with what he’s accused of. They try to lump this “evil conspiracy far right wizard terrorist madman” narrative into this trial to try to hype up justifying this amount of money.

Anybody with an opinion opposing the state constantly (being a dissident) is what they use to justify this. This same shit isn’t going to happen to Fox or CNN or ABC or MSNBC, and it has nothing to do with them not doing the same thing. I don’t think he’s right for what he’s said, but I really don’t think he was $150 million wrong. That just seems like a money grabbing, honestly. And the trial has so many red flags in the way the whole court system is acting. There’s been some unprecedented steps seemingly bypassed, like guilty before proven guilty. It’s just very strange, the way this whole thing has been legally handled + the amount of money.
The difference is news organizations both left & right issues corrections, stop reporting false stories, etc. Not Alex Jones, he doubles down.
 
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You are an idiot.

The point is extra shit gets added to bills and we are just supposed to accept them when they have nothing to do with the bill. Good to know that you refuse to comprehend that.

Veterans WERE COMPENSATED by a paycheck.

Not one time did I say Vietnam, Agent Orange never happened, not ONCE. Dumbass.
All bils contain extra barely related or totally unrelated crap. That said if the powers that be really want to get this thru then they'll figure out a way to make it happen. Ironically, you find the votes by adding fat to the bill, not by trimming it out.
 
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Moron.

Keep arguing about agent orange. Which is NOT the burn pit bill.

Keep arguing about other jobs. Which aren't the military personnel that were at these burn pits.

Keep arguing about comprehension. Even though shit has to be explained to you over and over and you just keep right on arguing, refusing to be wrong and insulting other people over your stupidity.

Keep arguing AN argument that you form in your head. Even though you are speaking to another person, keep the argument that was in your head going like you said it out loud... but actually didn't.

Keep on winning. #drugabuser
So, I didn't "comprehend" when you argued against service members being "made whole" for exposures to toxins that they didn't agree to have?
I didn't "comprehend" when you said that a lawsuit doesn't mean something happened?
i didn't "comprehend" when you said that service members are "government property" and thus have no rights as humans?
I didn't "comprehend" when you said that unless you actually have witnessed an event, it didn't happen?
I didn't "comprehend" when you said that you KNOW the vote was falsified on a massive scale, even though you NEVER witnessed it.
I didn't "comprehend" when you said you worked as a low-paid pharmacy call center operator and spoke to a few happy veterans, which means NONE of them have gotten screwed over?

I'll accept that I have erred. Please clarify all of my misconceptions of these events, point by point.
Explain what you REALLY meant when you posted all of those things.
 

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The difference is news organizations both left & right issues corrections, stop reporting false stories, etc. Not Alex Jones, he doubles down.
That’s just not true. All sorts of MSM media outlets run with fake news stories they know they’re fake all of the time. That’s just an emotional statement from you and not based in how the news actually works. All news does what he does; big MSM lies are significantly more consequential than what Jones has to say. The state needs only state approved media operations. That’s what this is all about.
 
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So, I didn't "comprehend" when you argued against service members being "made whole" for exposures to toxins that they didn't agree to have?
I didn't "comprehend" when you said that a lawsuit doesn't mean something happened?
i didn't "comprehend" when you said that service members are "government property" and thus have no rights as humans?
I didn't "comprehend" when you said that unless you actually have witnessed an event, it didn't happen?
I didn't "comprehend" when you said that you KNOW the vote was falsified on a massive scale, even though you NEVER witnessed it.
I didn't "comprehend" when you said you worked as a low-paid pharmacy call center operator and spoke to a few happy veterans, which means NONE of them have gotten screwed over?

I'll accept that I have erred. Please clarify all of my misconceptions of these events, point by point.
Explain what you REALLY meant when you posted all of those things.
Awww, somebody hasn’t had enough wieners for today.
 

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All bils contain extra barely related or totally unrelated crap. That said if the powers that be really want to get this thru then they'll figure out a way to make it happen. Ironically, you find the votes by adding fat to the bill, not by trimming it out.
Yes, my point... Some people just don't get it.
 

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