Right-wing conspiracy theorist and host of the InfoWars talk show, Alex Jones, has undeniably found himself knocked down a notch or two, after his humiliating, public trial in the Sandy Hook defamation case, which he ultimately lost and was ordered to pay approximately $50 million in cumulative damages to one victim’s family alone.
Now, it seems the talk show host is beginning to mentally crack under the stress that he alone brought on himself.
Recently, Jones sat down for an interview with Andrew Callaghan of the YouTube web show Channel 5 where, as expected, the topic of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and the subsequent defamation lawsuit against Jones was brought up.
But Jones didn’t want to talk about it, folks. He didn’t want to talk about it at all. So much so, that the infamous conspiracy theorist and overall jackass ultimately dramatically stormed out of the interview, but not before going off on an unhinged tangent that we’re struggling to even make sense of.
It all began to fall apart in the interview when Callaghan asked Jones if he felt personally responsible for what the Sandy Hook families have gone through.
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Jones came unglued.
“Yes. I killed the children,” the InfoWars host bizarrely shot back.
Callaghan quickly attempted to reword and further clarify his question, but it seemed a flip had already switched for Jones, and he only doubled down even harder on his bizarre tirade.
“No, I mean, I went in that school. I pulled a gun out. I shot every one of them myself. I mean, I’m guilty,” Alex fumed.
Callaghan wasn’t even able to re-present his question to the talk show host, as Jones continued to shout and insist that he was personally responsible for the 20 innocent lives lost in the 2012 school shooting.
“Do I feel responsible that someone played shit about video games on a bunch of drugs, went and killed a bunch of kids and then the internet questioned it? And I covered that. No, I don’t feel responsible and I don’t apologize anymore. I’m done. I don’t apologize. I killed the kids,” Jones maniacally persisted.
The interview’s host desperately tried to change the subject entirely, but Alex was unrelenting, screaming, “I killed them. I killed them!”
Callaghan seemed to grow more and more confused, pushing back in Jones’ apparent mental break, “You didn’t kill them?”
“No, I did,” Jones continued to shout. “Everybody said no — no. I killed them. I killed them. I already admitted it. I did it. I killed them. I’m the bad guy. I’m the devil — get rid of the First Amendment. Can we move on to other topics?”
“I killed them. First Amendment killed them. Second. Get rid of the Second Amendment. Get rid of the First Amendment. They’re bad. They killed the kids too. George Washington killed them. Jesus killed them. The whole — we should rename the whole planet Sandy Hook!”
“It should be holidays. We should bow five times a day to New Haven, Connecticut for the kids that died. Every American is to blame — every gun owner’s to blame. I’m to blame. We are all guilty to Bloomberg and Soros. Turn our guns in, turn our guns in. I know I get it. I killed them. I killed them. I killed them. I know — I killed them. So I’m done talking about it. Okay. I killed them. Okay, go ahead,” Jones screamed as he came down from his tirade.
“Can we talk about the trial at all?” the YouTube show host attempted to ask.
“There’s nothing to talk about,” Alex shot back. “Let me tell you, I don’t know if I can do this interview right now.”
At that point, the InfoWars host stood up and stormed away from the interview, into another room. However, his microphone pack remained on and managed to capture a portion of an equally bizarre conversation he had with an InfoWars employee behind the scenes.
The unidentified employee can be heard telling Jones, “I don’t think you should keep doing that.”
“What? Dude, I murdered those children,” Alex is heard shooting back.
“Stop,” the talk show employee demands as Jones continues to bizarrely insist that he is personally responsible for the Sandy Hook lives, as the employee added, “Still not a funny thing to say. I get the point, but it’s just like, fuck man.”
“Fuck it. I don’t give a fuck, dude. I’m far beyond giving a fuck right now,” Jones broke down as the hot mic disconnected.
I believe we just watched Alex Jones crack right before our eyes.
Watch the interview trailer from Channel 5 here:
Featured image via screen capture