Today, Dan and Jordan celebrate Hot Shot Lawyer Norm Pattis mentioning them on his podcast by breaking down a deposition from the Connecticut case against Alex. In this installment, attorney Chris Mattei deposes long-time Infowars writer/editor Adan Salazar, and things get fishy.
Today, Dan and Jordan go slightly off the beaten path to explore a recent appearance Alex made on Louder With Crowder, primarily to see how Alex spins his giant defamation judgment in a different venue than his home field. Unfortunately, that involves Steven Crowder.
Today, Dan and Jordan sit down with author and journalist Elizabeth Williamson (Sandy Hook: An American Tragedy and the Battle for Truth) to continue to discuss the verdict in the CT trial, and hear from Elizabeth what it was like to be there in the courtroom.
Today, Dan and Jordan sit down for a sneaky snake chat with plaintiff's attorney Mark Bankston, to get a handle on the news of Alex's recent almost $1 billion verdict in the CT case, and what the next steps are likely to be in the various litigations he's facing.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss how Alex Jones responded to news that he'd lost about a billion dollars in the CT case involving his lies about Sandy Hook. He whines a bit, acts tough, and then talks to a guy who physically met Jesus, which is all pretty on brand.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on how Alex is doing while he waits for the jury to return with a verdict. In this installment, Alex reveals that his cousin is an arsonist, announces that everyone's losing their job in a few weeks, and celebrates Kanye saying his name on Tucker.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see what Alex was up to while the closing statements were being made in his trial in Connecticut. In this installment, Alex takes some calls, blows an AI expert's mind, and gets sentimental with the Chairman of the Board.
Today, Dan and Jordan sit down to discuss the closing arguments in the Connecticut case, and then break down the disgraceful publicity stunt press conference Alex held on the steps outside the courthouse.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on how Alex ended last week. In this installment, Alex explains the hierarchy of demons, tries to recruit his audience into the John Birch Society, and decides he thinks Sandy Hook was fake again.
Today, Dan and Jordan put Alex in timeout and dip back to 2003 to see what Alex was up to. In this installment, Alex desperately tries to pretend he's being forced to cover Schwarzenegger's run for CA governor, and interviewing a weirdo named Paul Revere.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at an emergency episode Alex put out on Saturday. He had just fled from Connecticut, mid-trial, but what prompted that departure? In this installment, this is revealed, and Bobby Barnes shows up to try to be a real asshole.
Today, Dan and Jordan welcome back to the show Elizabeth Williamson. The trio chats about the goings-on in the CT trial, including Alex's testimony, Alex's press conferences, and the importance of the 2014 Super Bowl.
Today, Dan and Jordan sit down to chat with Huffington Post reporter Sebastian Murdock about his time covering the Sandy Hook trial in CT, and about how he was recently challenged to a debate by Owen Shroyer.
Today, Dan and Jordan get underwhelmed by the end of Alex's week. As his trial continues in Connecticut, things are sluggish in Austin, where Alex is mostly spending his time carrying water for Ron DeSantis's recent disgraceful publicity stunt.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the beginning of Alex's trial in Connecticut, and what's going on in the Infowars studio while the case plays out. In this installment, Alex gets petty about his books sales, Tucker gets petty about Alex's book sales, and Alex covers Tucker getting petty about Alex's book sales.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a trip to the past. In this installment, Alex tells some very clearly made-up stories from his youth, and Dan breaks down the way Alex misreports stories so they will fit his predetermined narrative.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see how Alex responded to the news that the Queen had passed away. As it turns out, mostly with racism, anti-feminist chat, and laundering of Christian nationalism.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a Wacky Wednesday breaky to experience Major Solomon Berg's return to Project Camelot. Last time, he discussed his telepathic communication with a Bachelor Squatch, and this time he explains the fraught history of the planet Mars.
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Today, Dan and Jordan check in on Alex to see how he handled Biden's recent speech about MAGA people. Turns out he didn't take it well, and in response, he decided to spend his workday trying to make his listeners really scared about a wide range of ideas.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a breakie into the past to see how things are going with Alex in simpler times. In this installment, Alex does an absolutely terrible job of covering the bombing of the Marriott in Jakarta and takes some calls from some real weirdos.
Today, Dan and Jordan swing back a couple days to check in on how Alex Jones celebrated the end of Reliable Sources and the fall of Stelter. As a bonus, they get to hear Alex rant excessively about how he's God's chosen leader of the Patriots.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on Alex's show to see how he responded to the news of a car bomb killing Aleksandr Dugin's daughter. He has a few thoughts, but more importantly, Elon Musk tweeted something.
Today, Dan and Jordan reunite to discuss the recent episode of Alex's show where he may or may not have abandoned Trump for DeSantis, and how the conversation around that missed the mark.
Today, Jordan is still on vaction, so Dan recruits the hosts of the Dollop, Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds, to fill in. In this installment, Dan takes Dave and Gareth back to the day their first episode was released, to see what Alex was up to.
Today, Dan and Jordan wrap up trial coverage by looking at how Alex responded to the news of his punitive damages judgment. Bad news: it's a lot of Bobby Barnes. Good news: the gents meet Willford Snibble-Snabble of the Gribble-Pibble.