I consider myself something of a connoisseur of disordered FWs, so I’ve been riveted by the Alex Jones trial.
To anyone tuning in, Jones is a popular conspiracy theorist and broadcaster of InfoWars, who said the Sandy Hook school shooting was staged. The parents of the very much dead children sued him for defamation.
Jones has not been taking the consequences well.
To any chump that has ever confronted a FW with incontrovertible evidence of their crimes, you will recognize the sputtering stupor of a FW busted.
The lamest of lame apologies that should suffice, because HEY! They Said They Were Sorry!
“I unintentionally took part in things that did hurt these people’s feelings,” said Jones, who also acknowledged raising conspiracy claims about other mass tragedies, from the Oklahoma City and Boston Marathon bombings to the mass shootings in Las Vegas and Parkland, Florida, “and I’m sorry for that.”
He’s sorry for That. Read into it whatever you think he should be sorry for. That should cover it. That!
It was unintentional! He didn’t mean to hurt you.
You should also know, it wasn’t his fault. He tried to apologize, but the media wouldn’t let him.
And now that’s he’s said sorry, let’s put an end to these ugly consequences. Alex made a concession! #bitchcookie
The Sandy Hook parents aren’t buying it.
At one point in her testimony, Lewis looked directly at Jones, who was sitting barely 10 feet away.
“It seems so incredible to me that we have to do this — that we have to implore you, to punish you — to get you to stop lying,” Lewis told Jones.
Hey, the guy is pure sociopath. If you took away Alex Jones’ lies, you’d be left with stubble and blubber.
I love to watch these freaks flip through the rage-charm-self-pity channels. I especially love to watch Alex Jones try it in front of a Texas judge.