This should surprise absolutely no one.
Leading up to last night's Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly, Infowars founder Alex Jones claimed he had an audio tape of the interview, trying to make himself look good in the eyes of his brainwashed audience of dittoheads.
I took a look at a couple of minutes of the interview, and saw all I needed to see before Kelly brought up the Sandy Hook massacre, which Jones to this day claims was a hoax. He refused to admit he was wrong, and for all the hand-wringing and protests from family members of the Newtown victims, at the end of the night, Jones was the real loser, just as we all thought he'd be. The other hook to the interview was, of course, Jones' ties to President Trump, but in this case, it's neither here nor there. The national spotlight that the Newtown families were afraid would make Jones look like a patron saint in the eyes of his listeners, instead did what it was meant to do, expose him as a fraud, sweating under the hot television studio lights. He just refused to come right out and say he was wrong on national television, because it would make him look weak to his audience if he did that.
No, that's not true. A coward like Jones puts up a brave front as best as he can because he knows if he caves in and confesses, it's the end of Infowars and his career. He's looking to extend his 15 minutes of infamy, but, in this writer's opinion, the clock is ticking toward the end for this Weasel.
They say confession is good for the soul. Alex Jones is a pompous, soul-less jackass whose dimwitted followers would rather crucify Megyn Kelly than give in to the truth. Their loss. Enjoy the Weasel ears, Jones. We'll see to it they come with a special accessory. A straitjacket designed to look like----what else?----a Weasel.