Today, Dan tells Jordan about the modern state of affairs with Alex Jones. Shockingly, the episode ends up being mostly about how Alex doesn't understand "archetypes," how everyone is a con man, and how Jordan wants blood and may not be wrong.
Today, Dan needs to save Jordan from the awful flavor of the modern world, so he decides to branch things out and explore a new con-man on the show, the one and only Jim Bakker. To make it relevant to the podcast, the gents discuss an episode of Bakker's show where he talked to frequent Alex Jones guest Steve Quayle about a whole lot of nonsense, but weirdly not much about Jesus.
Today, Dan forces Jordan back into the studio to record a special episode where Dan admits that he found some evidence from 2009 that he was wrong about something pretty important about Alex Jones. The gents discuss that, then marvel at how many flagrantly racist guests Alex can have on one show.
Today, Dan takes Jordan back to 2009 to discuss some real wild bullshit Alex Jones was talking about regarding some states asserting their sovereignty, his weird ideas about women's bodies, and his weirdo callers.
Today, Dan takes Jordan on a Time Travelling adventure, as directed by Policy Wonk Ian, who suggested the gents go back to June 2013 to find out how Alex Jones responded on his own show after his disastrous appearance on BBC Sunday Politics. Tune in to find out, and learn about Anti-Monopoly Musical Chairs as a bonus.
Today, Dan tells Jordan about a very bizarre episode of Project Camelot where Kerry Cassidy interviews a real strange weirdo named Steve Kelley about how there is a demonic city under a museum in Los Angeles. This touches on everything, so strap it in.
Today, Dan and Jordan go down to Occupied Texas to have a little discussion about the January 25, 2015 episode of The Alex Jones Show. The episode marks an important date in the history of Austin, but also includes Alex spinning wild lies about urine controls, the Renaissance, and things that make you go "boi-oi-oing."
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about an episode of The Alex Jones Show from a very important date in Austin history. Why? Because the gents are going to be in Austin on Friday for a live show, and they're trying to force attention toward it. Tune in to learn of Mexican consulate arsons, the perils of Black Friday, and Alex's illiteracy.
Today, Dan tells Jordan about the inexplicable time that former member of the Weather Underground Bill Ayers decided to stop by the Alex Jones Show for an interview. The year was 2015, and the theme of the day was "Alex getting dunked on left and right." This is a very embarrassing moment in Alex's career.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about what happened on the February 4th and 5th, 2009 episodes of the Alex Jones Show. Alex tries to make a big deal out of an Al Gore clip he's stolen from Glenn Beck, he does some profoundly disturbing impressions, then manages to be embarrassed by no less than three guests he has invited on the show.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about what happened on the February 2nd and 3rd episodes of the Alex Jones Show. A lot of it has to do with Alex revealing his anti-government positions, but the gents also get to meet a weirdo/liar with the best fake name ever: Colonel Donn de Grand Pre.
Today, Dan tells Jordan about how Alex Jones completely lost his mind in a live video he streamed on May 25th, 2018 when he took another stab at trying to be a father figure for Michael Rotondo, the 30 year old who got kicked out of his parents' house. It may seem like this is too much Rotondo for this podcast, but please believe that this is not about him. This is all about Alex Jones being a complete lunatic.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about the May 25th episode of The Alex Jones Show. Dan breaks down some of the more completely idiotic "new items" Alex decides to cover, then the gents get to wrestle with the weirdest thing that's happened on the show in a long time: Alex has an interview with Michael Rotondo, the 30 year old who wouldn't move out of his parents' house. It's really messed up for everyone involved.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about what happened on back in the past on The Alex Jones Show. This episode may actually cover one of the most important days in Alex's career, one where he stumbled onto a tiny piece of news that he would go on to misrepresent and lie about for the next decade. Also, Alex learns that his singing sounds terrible on air.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about a Special Report that Alex Jones put out on Saturday, May 19th. Alex doesn't usually work on Saturdays, so you know something serious is up. As it turns out, it looks like Roger Stone is in trouble, so Alex headed to the studio to vaguely threaten Robert Mueller and lie a bunch about some dead guys.
Today, Dan listens to the voice of the people and brings Jordan up to speed on what is going on in modern day Alex Jones. Unfortunately, the day that they end up covering involves Alex reporting on the murder of over 50 Palestinians by Israeli soldiers by mostly just talking about Muslims being bad. That isn't the most fun, but to make things even less fun, Milo Yiannopoulos shows up to "joke around" with Alex to try to drum up some cheap free press about their dumb jokes.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about what happened between January 22nd and 25th, 2009 on the Alex Jones Show. There's some truly absurd stuff here, including appearances from Joe Rogan and a legit rap legend. Plus, the gents learn a little more about Bob Chapman, the man who saw Ronald Reagan get pegged.
It's a Wednesday in May, so that means it's time for Dan and Jordan to dip their toes into the murky waters of Project Camelot. Today, the two discuss an interview with a guy who is well-acquainted with Mantis aliens, as they learn about the much-debated "Mantis Agenda"
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about the January 21, 2009 episode of The Alex Jones Show. Barack Obama has been president for exactly one day, and Alex is already way off board with the idea of giving him a chance. Alex spends most of the show poorly parsing Obama's inauguration speech, then welcomes two complete weirdo guests to spice things up.
Today, Dan tells "Fill In Jordan" Marty DeRosa about how in 2013, Alex Jones did an interview with WWE's own Kane (aka Glen Jacobs). The gents discuss how stupid libertarianism is at its core, how weird it is that "The Devil's Favorite Demon" was a guest on devil-fearing Alex's show, and how great the soundtrack of Josie And The Pussycats was.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about how Kerry Cassidy of Project Camelot just posted her newest discussion of an interview she conducted with Mark Richards. Depending on who you ask, Mark Richards either is a crazy person who orchestrated a murder in 1984, or he is a Secret Space Captain who was framed because his friendship with Raptor Aliens makes him too dangerous to the New World Order. Whatever you may believe, the new information we learn today is potentially earth-shaking.
Today, Dan tells Jordan about how different a man Alex Jones was in 2009. To be fair, there were a lot of similarities, but this dude is not 2018 Alex. Enjoy Jordan going on a damn roller coaster
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about the April 23rd episode of The Alex Jones Show, and about how sick he is getting of how boring the show is in present day. The gents talk a little bit about Alex's newfound love of Kanye West, they find two instances of Alex admitting he often has no idea what he's talking about, and someone may do a spit-take.
Today, Dan needs an "Alex Jones Break," so he decided to go back and see if there were any old Mark Richards interviews on Project Camelot that he hasn't told Jordan about yet. As luck would have it, he found a few, and Jordan finally gets to learn the truth about all of America's wars, whether or not AI have souls, and the mysterious "ant beings."
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about the events of April 18, 2018 on the Alex Jones Show. Most people were rightly very caught up in paying attention to how Alex was being sued by Sandy Hook families, but they may have caught a couple of very important things, like a street artist accidentally admitting on air that he was a part of a smear campaign against a senator.