Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex Jones' very combative appearance with Piers Morgan from back in January of 2013. Both men are assholes, so just sit back and enjoy the last episode of 2017 as your hosts actively root against both participants in a "debate."
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about what happened on the February 21st and 23rd episodes of The Alex Jones Show. Dan set out to find out what Alex thought of Russia when they first invaded Ukraine, and he found something unsettling. However, he also found a bizarre esoteric rant and an entire episode full of Alex treating his callers like assholes.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about the Dec. 15, 2017 episode of The Alex Jones Show. The episode is long, and ends with your hosts rambling a fair amount, and getting very wrapped up in discussing the finer points that Alex does not understand about people with disabilities.
Today, Dan and Jordan dig into the January 21-22, 2016 episodes of the Alex Jones Show. The gents try to figure out why they are still trying to solve a solved mystery, and in the process end up unpacking some crazy lies that Alex is trying to tell about the Chinese and the citizens of Michigan.
Also, Dan goes off on Ted Malloch out of nowhere.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about how Alex Jones couldn't stop interrupting a clip from Morning Joe that he played on his December 5th show. It takes Alex about 45 min of showtime to get through less than a minute of content, and boy, his analysis of it all is weak.
Also, Alex admits that he started an entirely new sales website so he could skirt pricing agreements that he's signed with suppliers.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about the December 4th episode of The Alex Jones Show. The episode will live in all our memories as "that time Alex Jones tried to pretend he wanted dissenters to call in, then avoided the minimal valid criticism a caller threw his way and started to fake crying talking about masculinity." Also, Jordan screams about the tax bill.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about what happened on the November 17th episode of The Alex Jones Show. This episode marks the first time we know of that Alex ends his show on a cliffhanger, but definitely not the first time he's spewed intensely ahistorical racist theories or used absurd arguments to defend horrible men.
Today, Jordan picked a random day from the past for Dan to research, and he accidentally picked a huge winner. Not only does Alex Jones gloss over the CIA torture report, but he also has two of the weirdest guests on the show imaginable: Prof. Darrell Hamamoto (Dan's "favorite crazy") and Billy Corgan (singer, mad at Anderson Cooper).
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss how Alex Jones recently put out a drunk special report that is really just a commercial trying to promote an upcoming 34 hour long broadcast marathon, which is itself just a 34 hour long commercial. It's a sad snake eating its own tail, and it sends the gents to dark headspaces and an amazing game show pitch.
Today, Dan and Jordan fulfill the request of one of their Globalist Policy Wonk donors, the great Keegan, and travel back in time to 2014. The hunt was on for an episode where Alex was drunk at work, so the search began at St. Patricks Day. We don't really think Alex was drunk on March 18th, but the utter nonsense coming out of his mouth would make more sense if he was.
Also, Alex insults a Make-A-Wish kid.
Today, Dan tells Jordan about the November 20th episode of The Alex Jones Show. Alex has a lot of dumb ideas about Charles Manson's death and history, and he accidentally reveals that he has a whole lot in common with the recently deceased. Beyond that, he has a white nationalist South African on the show to be racist as shit.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about what happened on the January 17, 2016 episode of The Alex Jones Show. They are sort of still exploring why Alex became a mouthpiece for Donald Trump, though that question's been pretty well answered.
On this episode, you'll also learn (a lot) about Alex's feelings about the Rapture, and whether or not Alex's dad was a medical truther.
Today, Dan sits down with Jordan and explains to him some of the times over the years that Alex Jones has appeared on Russian media. The appearances range from the "apologizing for America" to "Alex actively getting compromised with excessive dishonest flattery."
We're not sure this proves anything, but it is an interesting glimpse into this aspect of Alex and how incredibly stupid he is.
Today, Dan tells Jordan about the day that Alex Jones first showed the indications that he had made the giant pivot from "supporting Trump" to "being a full-on Trump propagandist." Coincidentally (we're sure), Roger Stone happens to be a guest that day. Beyond that, Alex wrestles with how David Bowie's death is really about his CIA-Dentist father.
Today, Dan and Jordan embark on a new investigation, trying to figure out exactly where Alex Jones became a cult member for Trump. The gents begin where their last investigation left off, and it appears that Alex has decided on a new attitude of 2016, namely abruptly pushing for the impeachment of Obama.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about the Nov 1, 2017 episode of The Alex Jones Show. The subject matter goes all over the place, but the throughline (as always) is race-based deceitful propaganda, today largely focused at all Muslims, in response to the attack in Manhattan.
Today, listener Alan has sent Dan and Jordan on a fact-finding mission going back to May 2012 to see what Alex Jones was up to back then. The goal was to learn about the spin on the death of Osama Bin Laden, but instead what they find are so many lies about FEMA camps, using cash being illegal, and "the death of the Chicken Man"
Dan and Jordan discuss the Oct 25th episode of The Alex Jones Show. Topics covered include:
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about what happened on the Oct. 22nd and 23rd episodes of The Alex Jones Show. Come! Behold as Alex Jones lies his ass off in the middle of a special report about the media lying! Behold Dan embarrassing himself by thinking a non-Rush song is Rush! Behold Alex accidentally revealing that he doesn't read any of the articles he talks about on the show!
Today, Dan is hungover and doesn't want to talk about Alex Jones, so he takes the opportunity to tell Jordan all about what happened on a recent installment of Kerry Cassidy's Project Camelot. The lead singer of Blink-182 has been hanging out, talking about aliens with a guy named "Jim Semivan," and Kerry has some serious thoughts about it.
Today, Dan tells Jordan about the October 19th episode of The Alex Jones Show. In this episode, Alex accidentally steps into a large narrative pot-hole about the timeline of the investigation into Trump's connections to Russia. Also, Alex puts on an "awkward transitioning into sales pitch" clinic.
Today, Dan and Jordan finish up the 2015 investigation for real over a bottle of wine. The gents discuss how clear it becomes on closer analysis that Alex Jones was the victim of a dirty trick/psyop at the end of 2015 that led him to end up supporting Donald Trump. Probably a coincidence that he was hanging out with a dirty trickster and psyop specialist at the time.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about what happened on last Friday and this Monday's episodes of The Alex Jones Show. The episode begins with a discussion of why it appears that Alex is in league with Nazis, then spirals out of control as Alex makes a surprising confession, Owen Shroyer shows his incompetence, and Alex gets very introspective and starts speaking in riddles.
Today, Dan tells Jordan about some of the weirdness that occurred on the Oct. 11th episode of The Alex Jones Show, but that weirdness could not possibly match the weirdness that happens when Larry Nichols calls in to the show with a complicated story dealing with Hard Rice, jingles, and Linda Bloodworth-Thomas.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about what happened on the Oct. 10 episode of The Alex Jones Show.
Alex is all over the place about the Las Vegas shooting and Harvey Weinstein, but more importantly, Dan and Jordan call Larry Nichols to try to discuss his attempts to blackmail Congress.