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Script written by Christopher Lozano Who ordered the Satanist New World Order with a side of general conspiracy theories? From Pizzagate, to government-controlled weather, to the insane Piers Morgan debate, Alex Jones is seriously… interesting. WatchMojo counts down ten ridiculous Alex Jones moments.

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Script written by Christopher Lozano

Top 10 Ridiculous Alex Jones Moments


Who ordered the Satanist New World Order with a side of general conspiracy theories? Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we’re counting down our picks for the Top 10 Ridiculous Alex Jones Moments.

For this list, we’re looking at some of Jones’ most outrageous and unbelievable conspiracies and bizarre rants.

#10: Pizzagate

The 2016 American Presidential race was characterized by much controversy and mud-slinging, but even so, this was one seriously out-there accusation. When the Podesta emails leaked and there were several mentions of pizza and pizza-related phrases, an odd theory began to take shape. Following the logic outlined by online forums and far-right news sites, Alex Jones proceeded to explore the possibility of a satanic pedophilia ring that was connected not only to the Clintons, but also to a pizzeria called Comet Ping Pong. After a shooting occurred at the restaurant, where, thankfully, no one was hurt, Alex actually issued a rare apology and retraction on behalf of infowars.com.

#9: “Machete” Race Wars

“Machete” is a 2010 grindhouse film written and directed by Robert Rodriguez. The story is about a former Federale who is hired to assassinate a Texas senator. It turns out the whole thing was a setup and so, Danny Trejo’s character must get his revenge. According to Alex Jones however, the images and depictions of violence against white people were sure to cause an uprising by the Hispanic community. He actually said there was a 90% chance that the movie would cause a “race war”. Well, maybe not enough Mexican-Americans saw it, because nothing happened.

#8: Government-Controlled Weather

This was a subject so important, that Jones said he wasn’t worthy to bring us the information about it. Humility be damned however, he did anyway. Jones starts off by claiming that “a whole host” of strange and radioactive chemicals have been added to jet fuel since the 1990s. Their purpose? Why, to manipulate the weather, of course! Not only that, but he goes on to claim that these chemicals actually create holes in the atmosphere and damage the soil. As the cherry-on-top of this piece of hard-hitting investigative journalism, he warns that government weather weapons, such as HAARP, could be used to cause natural disasters like earthquakes and the Oklahoma Tornado.

#7: Satanists Taking Over America

We’re not really sure what they ever did to him, but Alex Jones sure dislikes Satanists. According to Jones, the demonic high-tech tyranny of the New World Order is led by Satanist elites who create economic and health crises in order to advance their agenda of world domination. This group of illuminati has links to Hillary Clinton, Marina Abramovic, and Lady Gaga. In fact, he claimed that Gaga’s Super Bowl Halftime show was a cover for satanic rites. Come to think of it, if you squint your eyes and tilt your head, it did kind of resemble a satanic ritual.

#6: Piers Morgan Debate

Things got a little heated when Alex Jones debated Piers Morgan on CNN about gun control. America is among the world leaders when it comes to gun-related deaths, and this reality has led to some pretty polarizing points of view on the subject. In classic Alex Jones fashion, he has some reasonable points about the need for firearms but he muddies it all up with conspiracy theory and rants about Castro, global tyranny, and illegal immigrants. Jones nearly bursts a blood vessel talking about a new 1776 if his firearms are taken away.

#5: Joker Cosplay

Who doesn’t enjoy dressing up as their favorite comic book character? Alex Jones likes to do it and rant about Obama. In a truly unsettling segment, Alex dresses as the Joker from Christopher Nolan’s 2008 film - “The Dark Knight”. Doing his best imitation of the character that wowed audiences with his unhinged and maniacal behavior, the Infowars host starts the segment with a seriously chilling laugh and... things just get weirder from there. Still in costume, he hits the streets, offering $1000 to anyone who videotapes themselves putting up flyers of Barack Obama made up to look like the iconic Bat-villain. Anyone else confused?

#4: Goblins

Look, goblins are a serious problem. Anyone who’s seen The Hobbit can tell you that. Or how about Jareth, that no good baby-stealing Goblin King from Labyrinth? In theory, we agree with Jones on this one, but he loses us when he starts talking about kissing goblins or getting in bed with a goblin. In this talk about Trump, Jones weaves an intricate and very detailed metaphor about the dangers of associating with certain political elites. The rant gets hysterical however, when he seemingly gets lost in his own metaphor. But hey, goblins are an interesting topic of conversation… even the best of us get sidetracked when talking about them.

#3: BBC Sunday Politics

Things sure can get weird when two worlds collide, huh? In this segment, the realm of real world news and journalism smashes straight into the conspiracy-tornado land of infowars and Alex Jones. During this BBC segment, fellow guest David Aaronovitch takes him to task, pointedly asking Jones why it is that he’s been allowed to live if he is in fact uncovering all of these New World Order conspiracies. A fair question, but rather than answer it, Jones flies off the rails. Of course, Jones also uses this as an opportunity to namedrop his website, infowars.com, every other sentence. Infowars.com.

#2: Hillary Clinton and the Pickle Jar

After suffering a severe medical episode during her presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton staged several bizarre stunts designed to prove her health. One of these stunts, clearly meant to be in good fun, involved her opening a pickle jar on the “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Believe it or not, Alex claimed the whole thing was fake because he didn’t hear a “pop.” He also points out that pickled vegetables have a top which doesn’t turn all the way around like the jar in the segment. Her appearance on the late-night show was clearly political theater, but – being a few pickles short of a jar himself – Alex Jones just took the conspiracy theory too far.

Before we unveil our top pick, here are a few honorable mentions:
- Glenn Beck: the CIA Operative
- Moon Landing Was Fake
- “33 equals Pi”

#1: Gay Frogs

A recurring theme on Jones’ show is the conspiracy that the United States government is actively trying to turn things gay. In one segment, for example, he claimed that the chemical lining in juice boxes is meant to turn kids into homosexuals. Most famously however, he asserted that the U.S. has a “Gay Bomb” which it has already used. A side effect of these weapons of mass homosexuality is that the run-off chemicals in the water are turning the frogs gay. We’re not sure how he knows the true feelings of our amphibian friends, but we’ll take his word for it. Either way, Alex Jones clearly won’t stand for it anymore.
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