Today, Dan and Jordan enter the home stretch, episode 4 of their coverage of Alex Jones' 2009 "documentary" The Obama Deception. In this installment, we pick up on a cliff-hanger and learn about how insane Ron Paul's brother is, then learn a little bit about Ron's career in the House of Representatives. It's not all Paul family stuff this episode though, there's also some historical revisionism and more made-up quotes.
Today, Dan and Jordan enter Part 3 of their coverage of Alex Jones' 2009 "documentary" The Obama Deception. In this installment, we see Alex completely blow it with list-making, misrepresent some history, and make a few decent points for the completely wrong reasons.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue their look at Alex Jones' 2009 "documentary" The Obama Deception. In this installment, we meet another hip-hop legend, watch Alex reuse tons of footage from Endgame, and discuss whether or not the Federal Reserve is really private.
Today, Dan and Jordan begin an adventure of breaking down Alex Jones' 2009 "documentary" The Obama Deception. In this installment, we get the lay of the land, meet some of the main players in the documentary, and find so many problems that this episode only covers the first 12 minutes of the film.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a break from talking about Alex Jones to check in with the wacky world of Project Camelot, to learn about some high class Space Weirdos. On this installment, the gents meet two men who claim to have spent 20 years each working in space. Their stories are interesting, but their revelations about space laws are game changers.
Dan is in the middle of preparing the research for the forthcoming Obama Deception documentary coverage, so he needs a real novelty to really get his mind into the show today. Thus, he decides to tell Jordan about some old clips he found of Alex Jones from his public access days in the Clinton era. What the gents end up finding there is at times charming, and at times deeply troubling.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue examining Alex Jones' path through 2009. He's been completely obsessed with dishonestly portraying "the patriots" as being under attack from all sides, and this episode is nothing if not a continuation of that trend. Also, apparently G.I. Joe is "Globalist propaganda."
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss how Alex Jones and Co. are dealing with the results of the 2018 midterm elections. In a shocking turn of events, Ted Nugent accurately assesses that his worldview is unpopular, Alex desperately tries to move product, and Roger Stone swings for the white nationalist fences.
Today, Dan is under the weather, so he cannot handle doing the modern day episode he had prepared to tell Jordan about. Instead, he picks a few of the most important clips from that show and explains to Jordan how Alex Jones has officially abandoned one of his most deeply held principles in the name of supporting Trump's horrific xenophobia.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the March 20th, 2009 episode of The Alex Jones Show. On this episode, the gents learn about an attempted martial law takeover of Schenectady, an attempt at outlawing you from having a garden, an attempt to force the population into serving the Department of Defense, and of course, how Alex is wrong about everything.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a break from talking about Alex Jones to take a much needed Project Camelot break. On this episode, the gents discuss a difficult interview that Sweary Kerry did with a guy who liberated Mars back in the 1970's. Also, Dan found an album Kerry recorded a few years back, and Jordan thinks it slaps.
Today, Dan and Jordan go into the past to see what Alex Jones was up to back in 2009. On this installment, the gents discuss how truth can't really penetrate propaganda, and find an unexpected but ultimately predictable entry point for Alex Jones into the Tea Party.
Today, Dan and Jordan follow up on the last episode and discuss how Alex Jones' narrative about all of his enemies receiving bombs has evolved, and not in a positive way. It's now a false flag the Democrats are doing to themselves, so the gents discuss how dangerous an idea this is, and how troubling it is that so much of the right wing media is on board with him about it.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the Oct. 23, 2018 episode of the Alex Jones Show. The night before, Alex was out at Trump's very troubling rally in Houston and elsewhere in the country, someone left a bomb in George Soros' mailbox. How would all of this affect Alex's broadcast the next day?
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the March 13, 2009 episode of The Alex Jones Show, where they see hints of what is to come for Alex as the Tea Party rises, and hints of how he came to his distorted view of reality. Also, more importantly, Chuck Norris shows up on the show and provides Alex with an interview that is the definition of "sour grapes."
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on what's going on in the present day with the Alex Jones Show. Turns out the show's not going so well, as Alex spends most of his show rambling about how great a new right-wing meme is, before coming up with about seven clunky nicknames for Beto O'Rourke.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a mid-week break from talking about Alex Jones to discuss an episode of Project Camelot where Sweary Kerry recounts her ninth interview with "definitely not a murderer" Mark Richards. Learn about new alien races, solar observatories, and how collaborative confidence scams work.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the Nov. 11, 2010 episode of The Alex Jones Show. On the nights of Nov. 9-10, 2010, Glenn Beck aired a deeply antisemitic two-part "expose" about how George Soros is the "puppet master" pulling the strings of the secret government machine. The gents got to thinking that maybe Alex's response to those broadcasts might tell them a little something. It turns out, it just might speak volumes.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the March 11th and 12th, 2009 episodes of The Alex Jones Show. These are an epic couple days in Occupied Texas, as Alex finally gets around to releasing The Obama Deception (or does he?). As if that wasn't enough, he spends a lot of time explaining how he owns "his women," then receives a mysterious classified document that will become a huge part of his mythology moving forward.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss some curious thematic similarities between the broadcasts Alex Jones did during the Kavanaugh confirmation vote and during the 2016 election. While both were ostensibly about a major political event, each was really about celebrating cruelty and spouting closed-minded nonsense.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the Oct. 2, 2018 episode of The Alex Jones Show. The gents expected to find Alex running a desperate defense for the Supreme Court nomination of Bret Kavanaugh, but they could not have imagined how insane and idiotic Alex's defense would be.
Today, Dan is still slightly on the mend from being sick, so he and Jordan put off getting back into Alex Jones by taking a little Wednesday Project Camelot break. On this installment, Sweary Kerry interviews a woman who claims that she owns the rights to The Matrix and Terminator franchises. Tune in to learn whether or not that is true, and whether or not she's also psychic (spoiler alert: she is).
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the March 10, 2009 episode of The Alex Jones Show. On this episode, Alex is really, really trying to make his audience excited about the upcoming release of the Obama Deception. Alex also lies a bunch about Canada, and responds surprisingly well to a caller who wants to deny the Holocaust on air.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about how, on March 9, 2009, Alex Jones decided to take a break from spreading fear about the "Globalists" trying to unleash a bioweapon in order to give his review of the Watchmen movie and to give his support to an abusive cult.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a recent interview Alex Jones recently engaged in that is, quite frankly, tragic. Between his rambling pronouncements that everyone is to blame for his position in life but himself, his implications that he is waiting for death, his willingness to endanger his family, and his legitimately deranged answers to a word-association game, this glimpse into Alex's mental state walks a razor's edge between hilarious and profoundly sad.