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Alex Jones warns he may be ‘killed by crackheads’ on Bloomberg’s payroll

By Stephen C. Webster
Tuesday, January 8, 2013 9:34 EDT
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Conspiracy talk show host Alex Jones explains how he believes the mafia wants to kill him. Photo: Screenshot via YouTube.
 
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In a lengthy, paranoid plea published to YouTube hours after appearing on CNN with Piers Morgan, conspiracy talk host Alex Jones insisted he was legitimately concerned that he and his team may be “killed by crackheads” working for Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Jones apparently filmed the video in his hotel room immediately after leaving CNN’s studios — or rather, as Jones described, being escorted out by security.

Jones did not take that well. “See, the way this will work is, ‘Oh, see they’re here protesting the gun grabs,’” he said. “‘Oh, see, some crack dealers shot them.’ And if you don’t know that Bloomberg is total mafia, you’re not living in reality.”

He added that he’d positively identified several undercover police officers throughout the day and even saw one man who was armed. “If something happens to us, we’re killed by crackheads, it was the NYPD or the mafia they hired, period,” Jones said.

Jones went on to compare himself to George Washington fighting the British, which he said he believes is similar to traveling to New York and telling off Piers Morgan. “Right here in New York, Washington fought the British, 15 to 1 odds. He didn’t win every battle, he lost most of them, but he persevered. That was what’s important.”

“I had guys in windbreakers all day… they were following us,” he added later. “Finally it just got so ridiculous, they wanted us to know. I mean, these guys were like, ‘Hey man, I’m a big fan.’ Like the mafia: ‘I really wanna take care of you and your family. You understand that? I really, I wanna.’”

Jones continued by accusing Bloomberg of profiting off insider trading and harboring a plot to stop “women out there in the heartland of America to protect themselves from all the crackheads that buy the CIA drugs.”

“You know what?” he added. “You can go to hell. All you can go to hell. I’m not afraid of you. I came here and I got in your redcoat usurper hatchet man’s face and told him to go to hell.”

“We’re here in the middle of a mafia-run syndicate and they’re crawling all over us, they’re down there in the lobby right now,” Jones said, attempting to close out his monologue. “So, this could be the last video we put out. But I think once we put it out, they’re obviously surveying us, we’ll be okay.”

“And Rob, I told you, folks are all paranoid,” he added. “They’re saying watch out in New York, they’re a bunch of paranoid wimps. Didn’t I say that in the Austin airport this morning while we were eating scrambled eggs? Did I not say that? Did I not say these people are a bunch of cowards and they’re wrong? Well, you’re not cowards. You were right and I was wrong. We’ve got Goodfellas climbing out our butts right now, okay? Alex Jones signing off for InfoWars.com. I love you.”

He published a second video, apparently filmed moments later, insisting that “all hell is breaking loose” in New York City and that men with guns were coming to get him. “That’s why they want our guns: so they can abuse us at will,” he said.

This video was published to YouTube on Monday, January 7, 2013.

This video was published to YouTube on Monday, January 7, 2013.

Stephen C. Webster
Stephen C. Webster
Stephen C. Webster is the senior editor of Raw Story, and is based out of Austin, Texas. He previously worked as the associate editor of The Lone Star Iconoclast in Crawford, Texas, where he covered state politics and the peace movement’s resurgence at the start of the Iraq war. Webster has also contributed to publications such as True/Slant, Austin Monthly, The Dallas Business Journal, The Dallas Morning News, Fort Worth Weekly, The News Connection and others. Follow him on Twitter at @StephenCWebster.
 
 
 
 
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