Following the death of Charles Manson, Alex Jones’ Infowars program asserted on Monday that the serial killer’s “spirit” was still alive in social justice groups like Black Lives Matter and the antifascism group Antifa.
In a tweet on Monday, Jones encouraged viewers to tune in to a program titled, “The Spirit Of Charles Manson Is Alive In BLM and Antifa.”
“Charles Manson’s death provides an opportunity to reflect on current societal movements that share a similar spirit with Manson and his cult,” a description of the program explained. “Just like Manson, many groups are still trying to start a race war in America.”
“I think he tells us a lot about our current society,” guest host David Knight opined in a promo for the show. “I think we have his spirit living on in many cultural artifacts and movements.”
“Can we avoid a race war today?” he continued. “Because that’s what Charles Manson wanted to do. And we see that now with many elements in society. He’s really not that much different than George Soros, other than he got caught.
Watch the clip below.
— Alex Jones (@RealAlexJones) November 20, 2017
White House leaked ‘insane letter’ to Fox host — that makes Trump look ridiculously ‘dumb’
President Donald Trump was ridiculed on Wednesday after a letter was leaked that President Donald Trump sent to Turkish President Recep Erdo?an.
The letter was sent a week ago, on October 9th.
A copy of the letter, where Trump warned Erdo?an not to be a fool, was obtained by Fox Business personality Trish Regan.
Commentary on the letter was swift -- and brutal.
Here's some of what people were saying:
Can’t tell if parody of dumb guy trying to cover his tracks or real dumb guy who is covering tracks
‘You can buy the USA’ thanks to Trump: Counterintelligence expert
Counterintelligence expert Malcolm Nance said during a political discussion Wednesday that the United States of America has clearly become a "pay-to-play" nation under President Donald Trump.
"After 2016, it became clear that the only thing we were really going to look into was Donald Trump's relationships with Moscow.," Nance said in a discussion with SiriusXM Progress host Dean Obeidallah.
"But I think it became pretty clear to the oligarchs that they weren't going after the oligarchs, they were going after Donald Trump and a very specific link to foreign intelligence," continued Nance. "And that meant their money could talk again. You have to understand, these people were doing it to lift these crippling sanctions that Trump fought tooth and nail against."
Growing chorus of Senate Republicans rebuke Trump over his Syria pullout
In the wake of President Trump's decision to pull US troops out of northeast Syria, a growing chorus of Senate Republicans are dismissing Trump's threat of economic sanctions against Turkey if it continues its incursion into the region, the Washington Examiner reports.
According to Sen. John Thune (R-SD), attempts to apply meaningful sanctions on Turkey after Trump green lit its invasion are just politicians "grasping to come up with something," adding that the Trump's decision "was a mistake" from the beginning.