Alex Jones Defends "Listener" Rand Paul On Vaccines By Attacking "Whore," "Trash, Tramp, Filth, Scum" CNBC Anchor
Jones Praises Ally Paul For Knowing "How Dangerous The Vaccines Are"
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Alex Jones defended ally and "listener" Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) from media attacks over his controversial vaccination remarks by lashing out at a CNBC anchor who challenged Paul. Jones, who helped Paul get elected to the Senate in 2010, called CNBC's Kelly Evans a "whore" and "pimp" for "signing on to a system of murder, you little piece of trash, tramp, filth, scum woman!"
Paul has been heavily criticized after he said this week that vaccines should be voluntary because there are purportedly "many tragic cases of walking, talking, normal children who wound up with profound mental disorders after vaccines." Paul has faced further criticism for attempting to shush CNBC's Evans during their contentious conversation about vaccines.
Jones is a leading conspiracy theorist. His own biography states he "is considered one of the very first founding fathers of the 9-11 Truth Movement." He has also alleged bizarre conspiracies about the Aurora movie theater shooting, the Sandy Hook elementary school massacre, the Oklahoma City bombing, and the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster, among many others.
In a February 3 video posted to his YouTube channel, Jones lashed out at critics of Sen. Paul.
Jones said "Rachel Maddow, Obama, Fox News, Bill O'Reilly, all of them, attacking anybody that tells the truth. They're just like, 'There are no side effects, it's totally safe, and it will protect you, you will not get the measles, if you get this shot.' All pure bull. Doesn't protect you. Can give you the measles -- super dangerous."
He later added that the government is trying to "bully us into medical tyranny. That's what Obamacare is. It's a bunch of forced inoculations, rationing the care. This is the same government that puts troops on secret no treatment lists to die. They don't have the moral authority to tell us anything with their history of secret testing and the rest of it! It's sick! It's a sick joke! Man -- these people make me want to throw up."
Jones then proceeded to attack Closing Bell co-anchor Evans with misogynistic language for challenging Paul about vaccines during her February 2 interview. Jones called her "a media whore. She's there to whore out the American people and sell us lies. She's not a whore, she's a pimp." Jones concluded that people like Evans (a "dumb lady") are "signing on to a system of murder, you little piece of trash, tramp, filth, scum woman! You arrogant piece of garbage! I'm sick of all you people up there lecturing us. She's the type of woman that wants Super Bowl ads to say, 'Sorry you had a boy.' All a bunch of pinhead cult members."
Jones praised Paul for his vaccine stance, saying he and father Ron Paul "have some basic morals, folks. They know how dangerous the vaccines are. They know what's in the inserts. They're not just going to go along with the system and lie ... that's why I like Rand Paul."
The host concluded his rant by saying "Rand Paul knows what's going on. He's a good guy. He's a listener."
Despite Jones' incendiary beliefs, Paul is one of his biggest enablers and an ally.
Paul used Jones' program as a publicity and fundraising platform during his 2010 U.S. Senate campaign, and Jones was an enthusiastic and active supporter of his candidacy. During one fundraising appearance, Jones described Paul's candidacy as a vital stepping stone to destroying "the New World Order ... I can't stress enough how important this race for the Kentucky Senate is." Paul replied: "You're right." Jones now supports Paul for president in 2016.