During trial, Alex Jones attacks Sandy Hook family plaintiffs on the air

Jones: “They want $150 million from me. Good luck. Unbelievable, ladies and gentlemen. And they love the attention.”

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Citation From the July 27, 2022, edition of Infowars' The Alex Jones Show

ALEX JONES (HOST): “Sandy Hook parents are cashing in" is what FunTimes on Twitter says. “A million dollar industry, they are out there every week making money. Somebody needs to write a story about their industry."

Yeah, I never said Heslin or Lewis' names. They were married back when their son was tragically killed. Never said their names. Never did. But they sat up there and they said for 10 years I persecuted them and destroyed their lives. Unbelievable. And we're not supposed to, I guess, talk about -- the judge has said that that that man and woman just won a 72, the insurance company's caved in, 73, excuse me, million dollar lawsuit that bankrupted Remington. It's the same group. The same organization. $73 million and that's not enough. They want $150 million from me. Good luck. Unbelievable, ladies and gentlemen.

And they love the attention, the judge and the media and the lawyers and all of it, and the Sandy Hook families that have sued are all over the news constantly saying that I got famous off Sandy Hook when I barely ever even talked about it. It was a big controversy. People didn't believe it because the government's so unbelievable, and then they say that I had a secret plan to get rich off of it when I tried to settle with them with every dime of cash we had months ago and said, “Look, I don't want to have a show trial. I know what you're doing." I said, “If you really, you know, just want everything I got, here it is." But now there's nothing to settle with in the future because there is nothing, and we'll just stay on air one way the other thanks to our listeners and supporters.

That's who I wanted to thank is all of you that has stood with us. We're going to have to raise more money and they're going to do their show trials and have their -- I mean I would imagine, hell the next verdict might be a billion dollars, make it $10 billion. I'm already being told I'm guilty. The judge tells him, he's guilty, he's guilty right in front of me. This man is guilty. Do you understand that? No judge ever did that. Talk about prejudicing a jury. You got people out in the halls screaming at me. Oh they're good. They're hanging out with the plaintiffs, and so as long as we have the funds, folks, we are going to appeal and we're going to battle for years in the courts while the whole new world order takes over and our credibility shoots to the top and we either defeat the new world order or we all go down with the ship.