Tinfoil whackjob Alex Jones has ‘leaked’ a conversation he secretly recorded with Megyn Kelly ahead of the upcoming interview to be aired this Sunday on NBC. After listening to it, it’s not clear what the purpose was. Essentially, Kelly is attempting to cajole Jones to do the interview with her, assuring him that it would not be a ‘hit job’ but an honest and fair portrayal. It sounded like Jones was afraid of being questioned about Sandy Hook, telling Kelly that he really didn’t mean what he said and that he most likely believes now that the babies were indeed killed. Jones is playing to his league of muldoons, quel surprise.

Megyn Kelly, on the other hand, is just out to get some ratings. It’s a new job for her and she wanted to make a splash. She’s typically craven with no morals, but she’s really no different than the rest of the media. She was just using this despicable, loathesome, dangerous scumbag for her own gain.

Now Jones is calling her a fraud. That she attacked him…did a hatchet job on him. He’s trying to deny what he said about Sandy Hook and Hillary Clinton. That dog won’t hunt.

“I’ve never done this in 22 years, I’ve never recorded another journalist,” said Jones. “I’ve never done this but I knew it was a fraud, that it was a lie.”

What exactly was the fraud…what was the lie? She said she’d do an honest interview…if it made you look like a bloated, repellant, amoral, waste of protoplasm… well, then it was honest!

Alex Jones is just another carny shuckster like his pal Donald. They are both playing to the same audience, ginning up the same fear and anger. Manipulating the congenitally moronic for shits and giggles…and maybe a few million here and there.

In a statement, NBC addressed the Jones “leak” and gave their rationale airing the interview this Sunday despite protests.

“Despite Alex Jones’ efforts to distract from and ultimately prevent the airing of our report, we remain committed to giving viewers context and insight into a controversial and polarizing figure, how he relates to the president of the United States and influences others, and to getting this serious story right.”

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