Today, Dan and Jordan get back to the important work of reviewing Alex Jones' path toward the end of Trump's presidency. In this installment, Alex reveals that Jack from Twitter considers him "a guru," wrestles with realizing an old friend was using him, and finds yet another patsy for the events of January 6th.
Today, Dan and Jordan attempt to take a break from Alex Jones by checking in on a past subject of theirs who actually was also at the Capitol on January 6.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue to track Alex Jones' sad march toward Joe Biden's inauguration. In this installment, Alex continues to make pre-emptive excuses in case right-wing extremists commit acts of violence, and invites Steve Pieczenik onto the show to have a contentious back and forth.
Today, Dan and Jordan explore how the week began on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex and one of Trump's alleged lawyers try to throw QAnon straight under the bus, and The Health Ranger makes a disgraceful return to the show.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see what Alex Jones was up to in the aftermath of the storming of the Capitol Building. In this installment, Alex weaves a needlessly complicated narrative about antifa trickery and then interviews an alleged shaman.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at how things went down on Infowars on the day when right-wing dingdongs stormed Washington DC.
Today, Dan and Jordan ring in the new year with Alex Jones. In this installment, Alex strengthens the case that he fell for the Nigerian Prince email scam, a "constitutional lawyer" supports having a second pretend president, and an old friend makes a surprise appearance.