Alex Jones: ‘I felt zero attraction to Megyn Kelly’

Good day Austin:

So, it wasn’t a love connection.

After a couple of weeks of pre-interview, long-distance flirting, Megyn Kelly spent Tuesday in Austin interviewing Alex Jones for her new NBC Sunday night show, and, Jones said on yesterday’s Infowars, “I got to tell you, having Megyn Kelly yesterday here until like 10:45 at night was a soul-sucking experience.”

Tuesday offered such promise. There, in person Tuesday in his South Austin studio, Jones was telling Kelly how she was even prettier in person than on television.

But yesterday, Kelly gone, he reported that, alas, Kelly was “not feminine.”

She was “cold, robotic, dead. I felt zero attraction to Megyn Kelly. That’s not an insult to Megyn Kelly. I talked to a lot of other folks that know her, they said, `No, it’s the same.’ Because you’re dealing with a sociopath? A psychopath? I don’t know.”

“But I wanted to see it for myself. The girl next door sitting there with the toad creature,” Jones said.

“She should be in the new Bladerunner as the new replicant robot. I’m like this fat toad creature.”

Not that the beast didn’t try to romance the beauty.

He piled on the Alex Jones charm.

He talked about the skyrocketing incidence of pediatric cancer.

He told Kelly, “Your children are going to die of cancer.”

“You’re going to outlive your children, Megyn,” Jones said he told her.

But, it seemed, Jones could not melt Kelly’s cold cold heart.

I wrote in yesterday’s First Reading  how I had gone from steak emporium to steak emporium in Austin Tuesday night hoping to happen up Jones and Kelly at a celebratory post-interview dinner, only to learn later that they had a quicker, less romantic early bird dinner at Rudy’s

But I guess that was because they had to get back to work.

From the top of yesterday’s show.

Alex Jones:

I got to tell you, having Megyn Kelly yesterday here until like 10:45 at night was a soul-sucking experience. I tell ya, I take my licks to get the word out, but man, dealing with lawyers that make being sociopaths an art form really lets you know why society is in so much trouble.

Later in the broadcast I think I’m going to talk a little bit about her visit and this report that’s supposedly going to air in the next few weeks, this profile, but it’s really an investigative report, masquerading as a profile, but really fake news in my view.

I mean nice people, nice producer. I felt like the lady that’s the lead producer – nice southern belle lady, older lady – is like somebody that leads you to the gas chamber, or to the hangman’s noose, or to the electric chair. They comfort you, give you your last meal. They tell you that heaven is on the other side of electrical volts that will be pouring through your brain. Heh, heh, heh.

But I know that MSM’s discredited, I know it’s so rigged. So occasionally I go into the lion’s den, so that we can illustrate what we’re looking at, and the arrogance of the power structure that put out the fake polls for Hillary, that tried to steal the election, that’s done all these other things, that we would accept having al Al-Qaeda and ISIS brought into our country. The arrogance of MSM will be its undoing.

I mean imagine, they were here from 9:30 in the morning to 10:45 at night – that’s when we stopped doing interviews. I said sure. So they could edit it down to eleven minutes and make me look as bad as possible.

But think of how far we’ve come together, that they’ve got to do stuff like this and attack us on every platform, on every news channel there is constantly because they’re scared of what we’re covering, they’re scared of what we’re doing. They’re scared of nationalism rising. America is back.

In fact, Eric Trump said last night on Hannity, “America is back, that’s why the globalists are panicking.”

Here’s a clip of yesterday’s show courtesy Media Matters for America.

Alex Jones:

I hate the polished professionalism of the globalists as they track whatever the best course is for their own personal power at the expense of humanity. I said some pretty mean things about Megan Kelly. She’s sending me nice voice mails and stuff, but it was not nice during the interview.

But I’m not even afraid of that. It’s weird how they want to say they are not being mean when they are. It’s like this mind game and not pretending like MSM has this agenda when it does, not like they are following an exact script to destroy me, so they can have this example to others to say, `You better not stand up, or we’ll crush you.’

I’m not afraid of her trying to destroy me. I’m not. I’m afraid of them trying to intimidate you.

It was a little later in the show, that Jones got into pediatric cancer rates.

Again, courtesy Media Matters.

ALEX JONES: When we do the right thing, we join our ancestors in the great quest. In God’s great plan. The “New World Order” will fail. It will fall. All of these arrogant sellouts that serve the globalist program will be punished in this life. They all lie to themselves and think they’re part of the power elite. I told Megyn Kelly last night while she was kind of snickering about world government and forced population control. I said pediatric cancers are up over 10,000 percent. Fifty years ago, a doctor would fly across the country to see a child with cancer. Now you go to the mall, to your left, to your right, the kids have got their shaved heads, they’ve got their brain surgery marks all over them. I mean, I was in one restaurant and there was four kids you could tell had brain surgery stumbling around with their motor functions hacked in half from whatever hellish testing they’d gone through — poor little babies.

And I said, “Surely, surely by the time you’re an old woman, most of your family will be dead from cancer.” And I said, “Your children are going to die of cancer.” And the people around were like, “Whoa.” Her crew, she had a big — they were like “Whoa, can we spin that? Like he’s hoping they die of cancer?” And I said, “I’m not hoping they die of cancer.” But I said, “Surely, know that if it’s 10,000-plus percent now — and that’s an old number — it’s going to be 20-, 30,000, 40,000 percent just the next few decades, it’s estimated. And it’s going to kill your children, Megyn. You’re going to outlive your children, Megyn. And I’ve got children on this planet too as well and I want to reverse this, so you think about working for those psychopaths.”

Go ahead and show some pictures of her. You think about working for the “New World Order” long and hard. And everybody at Media Matters and all the rest of you, you think about that. Because you can have that painted-on Joker smile all you want. And those lawyer sociopath eyes.

But at the end of the day, I’ve spoken the truth, and I’ve warned you, and I’ve laid out the facts. Because I have basic humanity. And I know that’s not the trendy mainline culture that’s pushed — and I’m not even singling Megyn Kelly out and saying she’s the end-all, be-all of evil.

But not feminine — cold, robotic, dead. I felt zero attraction to Megyn Kelly. That’s not an insult to Megyn Kelly. I talked to a lot of other folks that know her, they said, “No, it’s the same.” Because you’re dealing with — sociopath? A psychopath? I don’t know.

But I wanted to see it for myself. The girl next door sitting there with the toad creature.

And again, she can come off like the sweetest, nicest person. She told me point blank in a long phone conversation that she wasn’t going to get into the things and wasn’t going to focus on the things that I knew she was coming for. And then for 90 minutes — that was the last interview of three yesterday — she did everything she said she wouldn’t in spades. And I knew that from before she ever came. But I wanted to see it for myself. And so that we could all see it for ourselves as well and experience what it is to serve the force that is strangling this country.

He returned to his discussion of Megyn Kelly with sidekick Owen Shroyer.

OS: We’re not going to go down the Megyn Kelly road but she thinks we’re stupid, she thinks she’s a higher intellectual person than me. It’s not even close

AJ: You kind of got in a big argument with her.

OS: I didn’t get in an argument with her. I threw a couple of jabs at her. She thinks she can come in here and she thinks we’re really going to think she’s a big deal. I really couldn’t care less about Megyn Kelly to be honest.

AJ: I really don’t want to be mean to her.

OS: She was mean to you, Alex, don’t forget what she did to you.

AJ: Oh I know, you’re coming to do the Pizzagate and the Chobani Yogurt, and the rest of it, and Newtown, that’s just the thing they hammer on like it’s some defeat for us or whatever, and she goes, “Oh, no, no, no.’

OS: Or gay frogs, which is provable

AJ: And then constantly, that all it was for hours, she asked me the same question over and over and over again all day long.

OS: For an eleven-minute piece.

AJ: And I felt completely empty at the end of it. So that’s why I don’t do these pieces, because…

 

OS: Don’t feel empty Alex, you did the right thing.

AJ: I’ll tell you though, she should be in the new Bladerunner as the new replicant robot. I’m like this fat toad creature.

And apparently, as we close the book on Megyn Kelly’s visit with Alex Jones, the frog did not get a kiss.

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