Alex Jones’ Jew Ex-Wife Trying to Kike Him

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 17, 2017

Just as we told him he would, Alex Jones is getting kiked by his Jew ex-wife.

As the reader is aware, I have a love-hate relationship with Jones. I’m totally against his anti-Nazi rhetoric, and am opposed to the amount of fake news he reports. I also believe he should lose weight, and don’t really see why that is so hard for him. I am also far from convinced that he is not actually Bill Hicks.

At the same time, I view him as – when looked at in the entire scheme of things – as doing more positive than negative.

That is to say, I think him existing is better than him not existing.

Plus, for whatever weird personal reasons, I just tend to kind of like the guy. I can’t help myself.

But regardless of any of that, nothing makes me more sick than some dirty kike woman trying to kike over a white man.

Austin-American Statesman:

At a recent pretrial hearing, attorney Randall Wilhite told state District Judge Orlinda Naranjo that using his client Alex Jones’ on-air Infowars persona to evaluate Alex Jones as a father would be like judging Jack Nicholson in a custody dispute based on his performance as the Joker in “Batman.”

“He’s playing a character,” Wilhite said of Jones. “He is a performance artist.”

That’s obviously at least partially true, but I’m not really how true.

I’ve listened to the guy on and off for fifteen years, and everyone I’ve ever known who’s met him says he acts like that in real life, just a little bit more mellow.

I think he basically believes a lot of what he says, but just lies about the Jews, partially for financial reasons and partially because he was married to one. Then partially because these people will destroy your life.

That said, he hasn’t ever shied away too much from befriending hardcore anti-semites, such as Texe Marrs.

Who denies the Holocaust.

And recently even had an anti-Semitic book banned from Amazon (an extremely rare occurrence).

But in emotional testimony at the hearing, Kelly Jones, who is seeking to gain sole or joint custody of her three children with Alex Jones, portrayed the volcanic public figure as the real Alex Jones.

“He’s not a stable person,” she said of the man with whom her 14-year-old son and 9- and 12-year-old daughters have lived since her 2015 divorce. “He says he wants to break Alec Baldwin’s neck. He wants J-Lo to get raped.

I think a person who doesn’t agree with that would be the unstable one.

What kind of a sick person doesn’t want J-Lo to be raped?

I’m concerned that he is engaged in felonious behavior, threatening a member of Congress,” she said, referring to his recent comments about California Democrat Adam Schiff. “He broadcasts from home. The children are there, watching him broadcast.”

Yeah, I’m sure she’s angry he went off on her kike kinsman Schiff.

Though he didn’t threaten him – that’s just another Jew lie from the Jew wife.

It was in fact one of the most epic rants of all JONES time.

And it was very clear that there were anti-Semitic undertones to it.

I liked it a lot.

Beginning Monday, a jury will be selected at the Travis County Courthouse that in the next two weeks will be asked to sort out whether there is a difference between the public and private Alex Jones, and whether, when it comes to his fitness as a parent, it matters.

For Naranjo, who has been the presiding judge of the 419th District Court since January 2006, it is about keeping her eyes, and the jury’s eyes, on the children.

Yeah, I’m sure this bitch is going to be fair to an alpha white male.

Give me a break. This is a conflict of interests. She should recuse.

“This case is not about Infowars, and I don’t want it to be about Infowars,” Naranjo told the top-shelf legal talent enlisted in Jones v. Jones at the last pretrial hearing Wednesday. “I am in control of this court, not your clients.

>woman
>control

There’s your problem right there.

But for Alex Jones, at the peak of his power and influence, what emerges from the art deco courthouse on Guadalupe Street might shape whether he comes to be seen by his faithful as more prophet or showman.

“Alex Jones and his Infowars’ umbrella of radio shows, YouTube and Facebook broadcasts, Internet website and tweets turned out to be Trump’s secret weapon,” Roger Stone, probably Trump’s oldest and closest political confidant, wrote in his book “The Making of the President 2016.” “His fiery words have struck a chord in the nation and he speaks for millions. In fact, more people follow Alex than watch Fox News or CNN.”

Yeah, the only thing he is getting beaten by is Fox.

Which is why I’ve called for him to replace Bill O’Reilly.

In addition to broadcasting his radio show on some 150 stations, Infowars.com had 7.6 million global unique visitors between March 16 and April 14 according to Quantcast, which measures web audiences and ranked Infowars.com 387th among all U.S. websites, not far behind Texas.gov, MLB.com and PBS.org.

I don’t think that’s right at all.

Similarweb says DS has 2.6, which is about 35% lower than actual numbers, and they say Alex has

23.4, which I see no reason to believe isn’t also 35% less than his actual numbers.

Funny we get over ten percent of the visitors of Jones. Also, according to these statistics, we get an average of 9.04 page views per visit, while Jones only gets 2.06.

Meaning we get 23,504,000 page views, while Jones gets 48,204,000 – we get just a little less than half.

Sometimes, sitting on a laptop in my shitty room with no money, I forget the scale of this site. I don’t think about the numbers all that much.

Humbling.

The Alex Jones YouTube channel has more than 2 million subscribers and more than 1.2 billion video views.

But Jones’ most important listener is the president of the United States.

In December 2015, thanks to Stone, Trump appeared via Skype on Jones’ show.

“Your reputation is amazing,” Trump told Jones. “I will not let you down.”

Sigh…

Since Trump became president, Jones has purported on air to be in regular direct telephone contact with the president, apologizing for not always being able to answer the phone when the president calls. Last week, Jones said that the president had invited him to Mar-a-Lago but that he had to beg off because of family obligations.

Naranjo, meanwhile, said she had never seen or heard Jones on Infowars until Wednesday’s hearing, when Kelly Jones’ legal team started previewing Infowars videos it would like to play for the jury.

The first was a clip from a July 2015 broadcast in which Jones had his son, then 12, on to play the latest of some 15 or 20 videos he had made with the help of members of the Infowars team who, Jones said, had “taken him under their wing” during summer days spent at the South Austin studio between stints at tennis and Christian camps.

“He is undoubtedly cut out for this, and I intend for him to eclipse what I’ve done. He’s a way greater person than I was at 12,” said Jones, turning to his son. “I love you so much, and I didn’t mean to get you up here, sweetheart, and tell people how much I love you, but you’re so handsome, and you’re a good little knight who’s going to grow up, I know, to be a great fighter against the enemy.

It’s touching.

So sad the son is Jew.

Alex Jones could have been the greatest ever.

“So far this looks like good stuff,” Wilhite said. Naranjo OK’d it for viewing by the jury.

But Bobby Newman, the attorney for Kelly Jones guiding the court through the Infowars clips, was laying the groundwork for the argument that there is no separation between Alex Jones, father, and Alex Jones, Infowarrior.

“This is the world he has planned for his kids,” said Newman, quoting Alex Jones at a recent hearing insisting that what he says on the air is what he believes.

Next up was a video of a recent conversation between Jones and Stone on Infowars that quickly escalated into an expletive-studded, gay-bashing rant by Jones directed at Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee investigation of Trump’s Russia ties, in which, Schiff has suggested, Stone and Jones might be entangled.

Jones’ rant ends: “You got that, you goddamn son of a bitch? Fill your hand,” echoing John Wayne’s warning in True Grit” to a man he’s about to shoot and kill.

“This is nothing but a response to a congressman who called him a Russian spy,” said David Minton, another lawyer representing Alex Jones.

“What possible relevance does that have?” Minton asked. “They want to throw the stench in the jury box and never get the stench out. It has nothing to do with parenting.”

A few days after his Schiff riff, Jones characterized it on-air as “clearly tongue-in-cheek and basically art performance, as I do in my rants, which I admit I do, as a form of art.”

That is obvious to all listeners, and I think even anyone watching the clip without any context.

Alex Jones is being crucified by his Jew wife, as exactly as we warned.“When I say, ‘I’m going to kick your ass,’ it’s the Infowar,” Jones said. “I say every day we’re going to destroy you with the truth.”

Jones’ rhetoric is perpetually at a pugilistic fever pitch.

Back in March, after Baldwin, playing Trump on “Saturday Night Live,” said he got his information on aliens from Alex Jones, Jones challenged Baldwin to a million-dollarwill break your neck.”

When, just after the election, Jennifer Lopez lamented about Trump at the Grammys, Jones responded that Trump “doesn’t want to bring people in from Somalia where women are sold on slave blocks. Why don’t you go to Somalia for five minutes, lady; you’ll be gang-raped so fast it’ll make your head spin.”

That’s just a statement of fact.

Naranjo said she wouldn’t allow the jury to hear the Schiff diatribe, but she allowed two other clips, including one showing Alex Jones smoking marijuana in California, where it is legal. Naranjo didn’t review the Baldwin and Lopez clips, and it’s not clear whether Kelly Jones’ attorneys will seek to include them in the trial.

Yeah, “where it’s legal.” So what does that have to do with anything?

A hardworking man as a right to smoke a joint on the Joe Rogan show.

At the previous pretrial hearing, on April 7, Naranjo ruled against Kelly Jones and her lawyers on a couple of key motions.Earlier this year, her lawyers had moved to add to the trial a $7 million emotional distress tort claim against Alex Jones.

EMOTIONAL DISTRESS WORTH SEVEN MILLION.

You shouldn’t have married a Jew, Alex.

That was a really bad move.

His lawyers said it was too late to prepare a defense against a new claim with 172 separate allegations. Naranjo agreed and promised to expedite a second trail on the tort claim.

“They’d like to drag it out for two years, and she’ll be crushed and she’ll be bankrupt,” said Robert Hoffman, the Houston attorney who is Kelly Jones’ lead counsel, in arguing for rolling the tort claim into the trial.

“She already is, for all practical purposes,” said Hoffman, who said she owed his firm $200,000, about all she had in the bank.

Her attorneys also filed a motion to require Alex Jones to help pay her interim legal fees to better enable her to rescue her children from his clutches.

I dunno.

It seems to me that having Alex Jones as your dad would be pretty fun.

“I don’t think there’s another case in Travis County with three children whose welfare hangs in the balance like this, except maybe a (Child Protective Services) case,” Hoffman said.

“This is a wonderful mother who has had her kids turned against her,” Hoffman said.

Anytime you hear the term “wonderful mother” you can assume it’s a lie.

Pretty much 100% of the time.

Jew or not.

Wilhite said the crux of Kelly Jones’ problem is that she has gone through one set of lawyers after another and some $3.5 million since her divorce settlement, much of it pursuing fruitless motion after motion that actually cost her access to her children each step of the way.

So here’s the heart of the matter.

I doubt she even wants the kids.

She blew through $3.5 million somehow, and now she just wants to refill her tanks on the blood and sweat of a man – who whatever you think of him – works like a dog.

And she already receives $43,000 a month from her ex-husband.

FORTY-THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS A MONTH.

Naranjo rejected the motion that Alex Jones should have to contribute more, noting that the average Travis County juror won’t understand why Kelly Jones’ monthly stipend is not enough to cover her legal bills.

Yeah.

Is she flying to court in a helicopter?

“It is not within the realm of experience of their lives,” Naranjo said.

”They are not going to believe the amount of money that has been spent on this,” the judge said.

“This case is not about Infowars,” Naranjo said. “But, for some reason, this family has done very well. Otherwise, there wouldn’t be five lawyers on one side of the table and three over here, because of the business this family is in.”

Meanwhile, Alex Jones has remarried, and his new wife is expecting a child, who, his lawyers said, might arrive during the trial.

Congratulations, Alex!

Hope this one isn’t Jewish!

You must have learned your lesson by now, no??

We’re with you, buddy.

I might attack the retarded shit you say regularly, but on this issue, I stand with you against your evil Jew wife.

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