University of Illinois Professor Francis Boyle, credited with starting the BDS movement, has become a regular guest on Alex Jones’s Infowars. Why?
The catalyst was an altercation between Jones and a CNN reporter at the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, which was live-streamed on Twitter.
If you visit the pages Facebook removed, you’ll see: “Sorry, this content isn’t available right now.”
After moving seven times, the Pozner family has found that it doesn’t matter where they go— they could be targeted by conspiracy theorists anywhere.
The idea of evil makes a tribal, politically-loaded and socially-constructed category into a universal one. But, does the shoe fit?
“The whole thing is a giant hoax. How do you deal with a total hoax?” Alex Jones has reportedly said of the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre.
When asked to answer a few questions, Jones said, “Make up whatever you’re going to make up.”
A Jewish employee claimed that Jones mocked him with anti-Semitic nicknames and subjected him to sexual harassment.
“There is a war for your mind. A war to make you docile. A war to make you a sheep.”
This isn’t the first time the president has trafficked in conspiracy theories.