Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the April 5th episode of The Alex Jones Show, where Alex makes a public overture to the QAnon Crowd. Unfortunately, that is a very small part of the episode, which is mostly just Alex being really gross, and behaving in ways that will probably get people hurt.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at some modern day Alex Jones to see what they can learn from it. It turns out, they learn that Alex may be basing a lot of his worldview on a specific sci-fi novel, and that his lawyers don't seem to trust him much.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a detour into Project Camelot world to go over the latest entry in the saga of Sweary Kerry's interviews with Mark Richards, a convicted murderer who likes to pretend he's a space warrior. In this installment, Kerry actually discusses Mark's crime, which is a bad move, since it kind of opens the door for Dan and Jordan to do the same.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the recent deposition that Alex Jones had to give in his Sandy Hook lawsuit. Does Alex admit he still thinks there's something fishy about Sandy Hook? Does Alex's lawyer pick a fight with opposing council as a distraction? Does Alex accidentally reveal that he doesn't even care enough to know basic details about the shooting he's being sued for lying about? The answer to all these questions is yes.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue their exploration of what Alex Jones was up to back in the days and weeks after Sandy Hook. In this installment, it appears that Alex recently learned about gaslighting. He spends most of the show accusing the "Globalists" of gaslighting people, while gaslighting his audience like crazy.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex Jones' show from the day after last week's terrorist attacks against mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. Unsurprisingly, Alex attempts to create absurd narratives and implies that the attack may have been a false flag, while dancing around some real gross victim blaming behavior.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue their investigation into Alex Jones' reportage in the aftermath of the tragedy of Sandy Hook. As the new year begins, Alex is still deep in his "gun paranoia" holding pattern, but thankfully he keeps things interesting by telling a weird story about his past brush with Hollywood and interviewing a major player in the rise of militias in the early 1990's.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss some strange goings-on in the present day of Alex Jones' show before taking a glimpse back into 2012 to speed through a bit of a stretch where Alex found himself in a "Gun Paranoia Holding Pattern."
Today, Jordan was busy, so Dan called in Robert Evans (Behind The Bastards) to join him for a bonus episode. After finishing recording his own show on Tuesday, Alex Jones and PJW did an "Ask Me Anything" live on the air, and things did not go quite how any of them may have planned.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on how things are going in the world of Alex Jones in the present day. They mostly find some of the same old nonsense, but more importantly, they catch glimpse of a sign that Alex's days in business may be numbered.
Today, Dan and Jordan jump back into their investigation of Alex Jones' behavior after the Sandy Hook mass shooting. The gents find a man in a bit of a conspiracy holding pattern, but some signs of things to come pop up.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a much needed break from talking about real things to see what's happening in the world of Sweary Kerry and the space weirdos. In this installment, the gents meet a guy who thinks that language is a conspiracy, and learn that Kerry has recently found out about decades-old Marvel characters' backstories.
Today, Dan and Jordan don't want to do it, but they discuss Alex Jones' recent appearance on the Joe Rogan podcast. Most of the conversation is about how Alex is a mentally unwell person, but a fair amount is also about how Joe is incredibly stupid and allows Alex to lie to him a bunch. Oh well.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue their investigation into how Alex Jones behaved in the immediate aftermath of the shootings at Sandy Hook. In this installment, the gents learn more about how awful Ted Nugent is, discuss UK crime statistics, and struggle with Alex taking a serious turn in his rhetoric for seemingly no reason.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue looking into how Alex Jones covered the tragedy that occurred at Sandy Hook in the days immediately following. In this installment, the gents see a solidifying of Alex's "this is all about my guns" mentality, but also the beginning of a troubling drift toward finding ways to sensationalize things that everyone knows will not end well.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue their investigation into how Alex Jones behaved in the immediate aftermath of Sandy Hook. In this installment, Alex has had a few days to regroup after the shock of dealing with the breaking news while on air. Will that affect how he carries himself?
Today, Dan and Jordan decide there's no time like the present, so they embark on an investigation into how Alex Jones covered the tragedy at Sandy Hook. How did Alex come to the position where he would say on air that the events were staged? How long did it take him to get into those narratives? Episode one of the investigation may not answer any of the "big questions," but it certainly provides a number of clues.
Today, Dan and Jordan go back to the past on a time travel adventure recommended by Policy Wonk Jim. There were a lot of theories about what Alex Jones might have been interested in talking about back in Fall 2011, but no one could have predicted that he would dedicate about a third of his show to talking about how much he likes the idea of teachers hitting students.
Today, Dan and Jordan talk about what Alex Jones is doing in the present day. In a move that is not surprising, Alex expresses deeply bigoted positions. In a move that surprises a few, Dan reveals that he is real into Depeche Mode.
Today, Dan and Jordan switch roles on the show, to see how that feels. Jordan is very passionate about climate change, so for his episode he decided to find a particularly distasteful climate denier to go over. Also, Dan seems to have a lot of possibly inaccurate thoughts about music when he doesn't have to prepare for an episode.
Today, Dan and Jordan look back to 2009 as Alex Jones inches closer to America's first Tax Day while the Tea Party is a thing. That doesn't factor into this episode all this much, since Alex has Big Jim Tucker on the show as a guest and he ends up saying a word on the show that is a huge problem.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the struggle that Alex Jones is going through these days. Alex feels like Joe Rogan has been really victimizing him lately, and the gents really hate to see someone go through something like that.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a much needed break from talking about Alex Jones in order to go on an adventure through space with Project Camelot. In this installment, Sweary Kerry sits down with a potential alien and definite Frenchman to discuss his life full of paranormal experiences, but ultimately all may not be what it seems.
Today, Dan and Jordan try their best to keep track of what's going on in the present day with Alex Jones. In the aftermath of Roger Stone getting indicted, Alex unsurprisingly starts indicating that he has no interest in defending Trump or Roger anymore, and desperately wants to be who he used to be.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a little bit of Alex Jones content from the past. In this installment, Alex introduces at least two completely misrepresented documents into his narratives, and Dan expresses that he thinks the mystery of Alex Jones And The Case Of The Tea Party is pretty much solved.