Today, Dan and Jordan decide to stick around in the past to close out the week. In this installment, Alex explains more about how high schoolers in Texas are going to be arrested if they say the word Jesus at graduation, and callers don't respond to a guest as well as Alex probably expected.
Today, Dan and Jordan ease back into the groove by checking out what Alex was up to at the end of 2003. In this installment, Alex warns of drug dogs trained in Eastern Europe, discusses alleged plans to blame Cuba for a space false flag in 1962, and takes calls from antisemitic callers from multiple countries.
Today, while Dan recovers in his Globalist Med Bed, Jordan sits down for a chat with Ace Associate/Attorney Morgan Stringer to break down some of the recent legal matters surrounding Alex and Infowars.
Today, Dan is sick, so he and Jordan travel back to the past to answer a very important question: what do you get when you combine a Master Mason, a Klansman, and an incompetent radio host? Turns out, you get this episode.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to attempt to cover Alex's misguided attempt to bring Nick Fuentes back for a debate after the antisemitic interview with Ye. Predictably, it got super antisemitic again.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip back to the past to discuss how Alex reports on stories ranging from wildfires to Mexican troops kidnapping American familes.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue to track the ongoing political campaign of Ye, and how it relates to Alex Jones and his career. In this installment, another right-wing fraud attempts to sanitize Ye's bigotry, Alex formally responds to the aftermath of his interview, and Nick Fuentes calls Alex out about how his formal response is nonsense.
Today, Dan and Jordan release the Kraken. In this installment, the gents review the 2021 deposition of Dan Bidondi, who is much less Kraken-like in a formal setting. Still a little Kraken-esque, but not very.