Today, Dan and Jordan take a glimpse into the past to continue their coverage of Alex Jones' show in the aftermath of Sandy Hook and the Boston Marathon bombing. In this installment, news has come out that one of the bombers was a fan of InfoWars, so Alex attempts to deal with that as best he can.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a couple of recent episodes of The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, the gents see Alex responding to Trump coming to Austin to hang out with Tim Cook, making a suspicious purchase, and putting forth a very perplexing theory.
Today, Dan and Jordan need a Wacky Wednesday break from talking about Alex Jones, so Dan takes the opportunity to look into a little question he had about a possible motivation for the documentary being made about non-murderer and Friend Of The Raptors, Mark Richards.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the day prior to and the day of Roger Stone's conviction, and how things played out on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex seems to reach point of exasperation with Trump not helping his allies, and another familiar face returns from the distant past.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a present day episode of The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex gets mad at Disney, gets cocky about chemtrails, and brings back Steve Pieczenik to recast various White House officials.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on the present day of the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, the gents find a bunch of appeals toward violence, a couple possible new legal problems for the InfoWars world, and a surprise return from a side-character who everyone thought was gone for good.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip back to the past to continue to track Alex Jones' tumultuous beginning of 2013. In this installment, the gents find Alex kind of forgetting about the whole Boston Marathon bombing thing, primarily because he saw a great movie the night before.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on the present day of The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex wades around in a kiddie pool full of racism, then embarks on a two-day adventure of trying to reveal the name of a potential juror in Roger Stone's trial.
Today, Dan and Jordan go on a Wacky Wednesday adventure to check in on the world of Jim Bakker. Given that his friend Paula White-Cain just was given an official position in the White House, it felt like it might be worth taking a look at a recent appearance on Bakker's show.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue their path through 2013 to explore Alex Jones' coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing. In this installment, the manhunt for the suspect on the run has come to an end, but not without one last chaotic event involving a boat standoff.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in with the present day of the Alex Jones Show and find things taking a precipitous turn for the worse. When Alex lost his social media presence, a fear was that he would start drifting further toward more overt bigotries, and it appears that process is underway.
Just when they thought they were moving away from Project Camelot World, Dan and Jordan get sucked back in. Dan needed a break from Alex Jones, so the gents discuss some paranormal weirdos. In this installment, they look into the time Kevin Moore (the guy who is making a takedown documentary about Project Camelot and Mark Richards) interviewed a guy who claims to talk to time travelers, which is as close as this show gets to a Halloween episode.
Today, Dan and Jordan return to their examination of the past, and see how Alex Jones covered the unfolding events after the bombing at the Boston Marathon. In this installment, the city of Boston is under a shelter-in-place request as the surviving bomber is on the loose, which seems like it should be right in Alex's wheelhouse. Perhaps too in his wheelhouse.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on the present day of The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex has both of his lawyers on as guest, and the two of them have an informal "who can be the worst" contest that is really pretty mind-blowing.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip their toes into a new direction for Wacky Wednesday, as they take a look at Alex Jones' appearance on Coast to Coast AM on the day after the bombing at the Boston Marathon.
Today, Dan and Jordan poke around the present day on The Alex Jones Show to see what's going on. In this installment, they find Alex bragging about maybe possibly stopping a potential assassination attempt, waxing nostalgic for the days of trains, and being unable to take any phone calls.
Today, Dan and Jordan stick around the present day to see what's happening on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, the gents find Alex announcing that he's had an epiphany about how to defeat the Globalists, which is only slightly undercut by his lack of an actual plan and his constant childish/mentally unwell behavior.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on the present day happenings on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex continues his path of growing annoyance with Trump not doing what he wants him to do, and Alex reimagines a classic folktale.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue to look at the absolutely embarrassing coverage of the days after the Boston Marathon bombing on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex works to solidify his narrative in advance of the FBI's announced press conference to reveal suspect photos on the afternoon of the 18th, and talks to a ton of really dumb callers.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at what's been going on in the present day on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, the gents find Alex having underwhelming responses to all manner of new stories. Also, Alex has some troubling ideas about receiving messages from God.
Today, Dan and Jordan welcome you back to Wacky Wednesday.
Today, Dan and Jordan look back to the past to examine how The Alex Jones Show covered the Boston Bombing. In this episode, Alex uses stuff Paul Joseph Watson found on 4chan to entirely crack the case and identify people he decides are the culprits of the attack. Also, Steve Pieczenik shows up to commit treason on air.
Today, Dan needed a little break from Alex Jones, so Jordan takes over the show to continue his crusade against climate change denial. In this installment, Jordan tells Dan about a couple recent segments on Fox featuring one of his arch-rivals.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in with Alex Jones in the present day and see how he's taking the news that Trump tweeted about a hypothetical civil war. How does Alex balance telling his audience that an actual civil war is inevitable with his calling his audience to "legal and lawful" action? Poorly, it turns out.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at the episodes of The Alex Jones Show on the day of and the day after the bombing at the Boston Marathon. In this installment, a Family Guy episode gets distorted, one of Alex's employee's relatives becomes an essential piece of the conspiracy, and Detective John Munch comes along for the ride.