Dissension in Tinfoil-Hatland: InfoWars Internal Freakout
I’ll take any scrap of good news I can get these days. So:
Alex Jones and Kurt Nimmo, a pair that in any decent society would be under psychiatric care, are now at each other’s throats over … what else … the real reason for them spouting crazy conspiracy theories that are eagerly lapped up by the legions of swivel-eyed loons.
Nimmo claimed that the animus was coming from the fact that “they’re scared shitless” of the Food and Drug Administration examining the supplements sold on the site.
“I was told by other former employees he was also angry about my repeated requests for health-care insurance. My wife and I are in our mid-60s and I find it unconscionable for a multimillion-dollar operation not to provide health insurance for employees.
Parse that one for a sec.
Infowars makes shit-tons of money by hawking bullshit boner pills to wheezing rural white dumbshits. Which, well, is a business model on par with the fabled snake-oil salesmen.
I’m tempted to say that “a fool and his money were lucky to get together in the first place,” were it not for the fact that Trump, in his increasing dementia and inability to distinguish reality from fiction, is a True Believer in the nutty ramblings of Jones and his cabal.
Nimmo is nutty too, but seems to have some semblance of connection to reality. And he’s calling Alex Jones out for going back on what were previously “principles” — if such can be ascribed to a manipulative con man.
“Support for Trump also means supporting waterboarding, killing the families of suspected terrorists, squandering trillions more on a bloated military, supporting Israel despite its crimes against humanity, omitting Saudi Arabia from the list of terrorist states, and further militarizing police in the U.S.,” Nimmo told The Daily Beast. “Alex Jones previously opposed most of these things, with the exception of Israel, which he has refused to criticize.”