Today, Dan and Jordan dip back into the past to make their way through a rough patch on Alex Jones' show. In this installment, Alex talks to two jerks about Bilderberg, and a caller describes how he found George H.W. Bush's secret church outside Sugarland, TX.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see if Alex Jones has developed his John McAfee conspiracies. In this installment, they learn that he has not, and Alex tries to break his own personal record for Most Times Threatening To Walk Off His Own Show In A Single Episode.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex Jones' knee-jerk reaction to the breaking news of John McAfee's death. Also, the gents discuss some of Alex's other hijinks from the past week.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss an "emergency broadcast" that Alex Jones put out this weekend. In this installment, Alex rambles about how January 6 was a false flag, and welcomes back to the show a guest who has turned lying to Alex into a sport.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on a recent episode of The Alex Jones Show to see what's up. In this installment, Alex declares a recent death an obvious professional execution, signs onto "magnet theory," and throws around a lot of stray bigotry.
Today, Dan and Jordan put out a sneaky snake mid-week episode to discuss Alex Jones' much-anticipated review of The Matrix Reloaded.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in and see how Alex Jones was doing at the end of last week. In this installment, Alex implores his audience to prepare for their impending deaths, acts like a total baby, and has a landmark first interview with Pillow Man Mike Lindell.
Today, Dan and Jordan head to the past to continue exploring the question of whether or not Alex Jones thought he was fighting the literal devil in 2003. In this installment, Alex talks to at least two people who think they're fighting the literal devil, commits to possibly seeing the second Matrix movie, and continues to be aggressively anti-Putin.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see what Alex's response to the release of the Fauci emails was, and end up quite disappointed. It's mostly just untrue third person stories and fears about new fish.