Today, Dan and Jordan trace the beginning of the week on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex deals with the fallout of the release of Millie Weaver's "documentary" ShadowGate, pretends that it's totally cool that Roger Stone dropped his super-important appeal, and goes all-in on Laura Loomer's congressional campaign.
Today, Dan and Jordan check out how Alex Jones processed the arrest of his employee/contractor Millie Weaver, and the release of her documentary ShadowGate. In this installment, Alex tries to make sense of what's going on and weirdly reaches some of the same conclusions Dan did.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at the new documentary created by Infowars reporter Millie Weaver, which was released shortly after her arrest on Friday. In this installment, the gents try to decide whether this is in fact the whistleblowing event of the century, or a shoddy disaster that proves nothing.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the last couple of days on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Jordan almost loses his mind laughing at the show's ineptitude, Alex finds a "new witch guy," and explains that he believes some groups of people are more susceptible to demon possession than others.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex Jones's show from Tuesday. In this installment, Alex overtly lies about at least two stories about Covid-19, pushes an embarrassing Laura Loomer censorship narrative, and continues his path toward accusing Covid-19 casualties of being fake people.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on what went down over the weekend on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex embarks on a disgusting quest against Oprah, decides that maybe he's actually into QAnon now, and tries to make a big scene at a park with an undersized bullhorn.
Today, Dan and Jordan wrestle with a couple of strange days on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex continues his trajectory toward becoming a more violent version of Jim Bakker, seems jealous of the NRA getting sued, and lands a top tier guest.
Today, Dan and Jordan try to work through the beginning of the week on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex misrepresents some graphs about Covid-19, encourages his audience to "civil disobedience," and suffers an impressively bad technical difficulty.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the end of the past week on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex warns of imminent "antifa terrorist attacks" that never ended up happening, and signs off on Steve Pieczenik saying that America is a business and that liberty is nonsense.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on how Alex Jones has handled the release of Frontline's episode about his conspiracy theories and their relation with Trump. In this installment, Alex announces the Mark of the Beast, warns of teams of Antifa hit teams coming to your home, and tries to convince his elderly listeners to become kamikaze murderers against his enemies.
Today, Dan and Jordan give Alex Jones a mulligan and pretend that this is his first show back from vacation since his Saturday "emergency report" was such a dud. In this installment, Alex's commitment to the second amendment wavers and Ted Nugent threatens Dan's will to keep on keeping on.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex Jones' "emergency" Saturday broadcast that he recorded after returning from being out of studio for a week. In this installment, Alex impotently rambles about whether Trump is a friend or foe, and announces that he's launching a foundation to populate space.
Today, Dan and Jordan deal with the fact that Alex Jones has been out of studio all week by checking out a new show that Alex is hosting on his website. The gents give Carpe Donktum's new program a chance and also check in on Roger Stone damage-control updates.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss how Alex Jones ended the past week on his show. In this installment, Alex discusses his support for the federal government's actions in Portland, introduces a confusing new supplement line, and closes the show a bit creepy.
Today, Dan and Jordan end the week-long "Will They/Won't They" about when Roger Stone would finally show up on Infowars after being saved from prison last Friday. Also, Alex does ads for a product he can't sell yet, lies about Covid news, and accidentally reveals that he has no idea who Haile Selassie is.
Today, Dan and Jordan keep track of two ongoing storylines on The Alex Jones Show that probably shouldn't be ongoing storylines. The first is the conspicuous absence of Roger Stone on Alex's show since he got saved from prison. The second is Alex weirdly trying to talk himself into promoting the Wayfair Conspiracy. No reason for any of this to be happening.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the end of the last week on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex wrestles with the "Wayfair Conspiracy" and celebrates Roger Stone's clemency by interviewing Mancow.
Today, Dan and Jordan check back on what's been going on in the present day of The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex reveals that he's been an enemy of antifa for 20 years and discusses having his mind blown out on a boat on July 4th, possibly because of "planets aligning."
Today, Dan and Jordan travel back to the past for a special requested episode. In this installment, Alex Jones discusses every fact on Earth about soil, reveals that he's never read the book his worldview is based on, and hero-worships someone who would end up suing him a few years later.
Today, Dan and Jordan take an exhaustive look at two shows Alex Jones recorded on July 2nd. In his morning show, Alex rambles about cyborgs and puts off covering big news about the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell. To make up for not getting to it on his normal show, Alex returns to air in the evening and tries to cover the big news of the day, with depressing results.
Today, Jordan takes the reigns on the show and tells Dan about an episode of content he watched on One America News. In this installment, Jordan discusses Graham Ledger and Dan fantasizes about how Roger Stone could better use his last few weeks before prison.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the beginning of the week on The Alex Jones Show. Weirdly, Alex doesn't brag much about his failure of an anti-mask rally, instead spending his time complaining about Sacha Baron Cohen, trying to prod his audience closer to committing murders, and reminding Roger Stone that Trump is an attractive man.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on how last week ended on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex desperately tries to attack the idea of wearing masks, promotes his anti-mask rally, and gets humiliated by one of his anti-communist heroes.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on a very exhausting couple days on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex tries to launch a distasteful and racist national movement destined for failure, decides he now hates Gov. Abbott, and consoles two of his friends who've recently lost their social media.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex Jones' triumphant (horrible) return to studio after his vacation. In this installment, Alex insists that Trump's Tulsa rally was actually a big success, gets really sloppy about making up details about stories, and repeatedly prays for the deaths of his imagined enemies.