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Alex Jones loses everything

Not gonna lie I'm enjoying this and I'm glad Sandy Hook parents sued him. I'm so satisfied at his pain it's not even funny. Bye Felicia 👋

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Jackaloftheazuresand · 26-30, M
I'd replace this with just a trial that gives a verdict establishing that he is wrong, then after he's heard all the evidence against him you can punish him if he continues spreading that line. It enforces yet again that if someone could be construed to act in your name that you have to pay for their actions but he never told his followers to threaten the families. I never much cared for the handling of restrictions like defamation. If you can sue a man for money for his speech I see no reason you can't give him an ultimatum to make a video where he has to tell his listeners that he was a liar. And if anything that should be the preferred choice to everyone because he actually has to own up to his misdeeds rather than just buy off the crimes like most lawsuits. You've probably heard settlement isn't admission of guilt well that's what I want because as is nobody has to learn anything.
@Jackaloftheazuresand If Jones was forced to make a video, his followers would just say "they made him do it." It might be more meaningful to require him to travel around the country, giving talks to PTA meetings and civic groups on gun safety and why vaccination is important.
Jackaloftheazuresand · 26-30, M
@LeopoldBloom They already say that so it doesn't make a difference but yes there are better services to extract atonement from him
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calicuz · 56-60, M
There is something seriously wrong with those kinds of people.

God bless all of the parents who lost children at Sandy Hook.
He deserves to live the rest of his life in a cardboard box under a bridge. If his fans love him so much, they can let him couch surf.

I actually had an idea for a short story about something like this. A beloved celebrity falls on hard times and loses everything, so he calls on his fans to help him by letting him crash in their houses. At first, it's a big deal where people are only too happy to help, until they realize that he's an entitled prick and makes their lives miserable. It ends where only the creepiest fans are willing to get involved.
SatanBurger · 36-40, F
@LeopoldBloom That would be an excellent horror story actually and realistic. The tag line could be something like "they say never to meet your heroes." Basically.
Diotrephes · 70-79, M
Why did the dummy clim that the Sandy Hook murders were a hoax? What did he hope to get from it?
SatanBurger · 36-40, F
@Diotrephes He thinks he's above everyone else and that nothing would happen to him
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ViciDraco · 36-40, M
@Diotrephes Big government works for the new world order. The new world order wants population control. You can't get population control of you don't have total control. You can't have total control over an armed public. You can't forcibly take arms from an armed public without risk to self. So you find a way to get the public to decide to give up arms. You create a gun control lobby to drive that agenda. You either create a hoax or you false flag an initiative horrendous enough to get public support behind your gun control lobby.

That is basically the start to finish train of thought that people like Alex Jones sold the audience on. And he built it line by line. Before Sandy Hook happened. He was going on about population control and FEMA death camps and that it couldn't happen because we have our guns. And everyone who is pro gun control is either being fooled into it or is a willing and evil participant. There was also a lot of talk about the Gulf of Tonkin (Sp?) False flag operation, and also he was having a lot of success with 9/11 inside job stuff. So when Sandy Hook happened, he saw calling it manufactured as a natural extension of his anti-gun control rhetoric as well as a proven formula for getting attention.

He was used to be called a loon and getting verbal harassment, but that was all worth it for the money. He never expect anyone to actually take him to court over it.
hippyjoe1955 · 61-69, M
I am not an Alex Jones fan. I may have heard his gravelly voice twice and realised how much I don't like his style but I do believe he has the right to be wrong without facing a huge financial loss. Kind of 1st Amendment sorta thing.
hippyjoe1955 · 61-69, M
@SatanBurger So what exactly was the great harm that was inflicted?
calicuz · 56-60, M
@hippyjoe1955

The parents do not need to keep hearing that their children's deaths were fake, that is more than irreverent, it's disgusting.
SatanBurger · 36-40, F
@hippyjoe1955 You don't see telling parents that they're making up the deaths of their children to millions of your followers as harmful? Okay then. Still harmful though, it's technically classified as harassment and bullying for political gains.
Vin53 · M
Its a little bit funny.
SatanBurger · 36-40, F
@Vin53 His war cry lol
pancakeslam · 41-45, M
I'm not so sure he'll lose everything. They're dragging their feet collecting because they want the whole kit n caboodle. That gives him more time to appeal and maybe find a more sympathetic judge who will reduce the fine. Basically they blew it.
Bang5luts · M
I feel your pain bruh. 😆 Donald J Trump was repeatedly quoted using some of his misinformation in press conferences
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SatanBurger · 36-40, F
@Bang5luts I honestly can't believe that people are even allowed to have those views while holding some type of public office, it's crazy how much they can get away with. Makes me wonder what the actual limits are.
Bang5luts · M
@SatanBurger there obviously doesn't appear to be any in political science or "Professional wrestling" 😆
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