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.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the monumental day when Ye and Nick Fuentes brought very explicit antisemitism and holocaust denial to Infowars.
Today, Dan and Jordan embark on a Wacky Wednesday, where they discuss breaking news about Ye, Milo, and Nick Fuentes appearing on Tim Pool's show, which did not go great. Plus, they discuss an episode of Nick's show, America First.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip back to last week to see how Infowars covered the Club Q shooting in Colorado Springs. Alex is out of studio, so Owen Shroyer handles hosting duties, and does a bad job all around. Also, Alex is definitely not mad about Elon Musk not letting him back on Twitter.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue their exploration of the depositions of Infowars employees by examining a 2019 interview with Alex's dad, Dr. David Jones.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip back to the past to see how Alex deals with the lead-up to Saddam Hussein being found. In this installment, Alex bores everyone and interviews a severely antisemitic 9/11 conspiracy theorist/techno musician.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see how Alex responded to Trump announcing his 2024 presidential campaign. In this installment, Alex lies a bunch about medically assisted death, takes calls he doesn't want to deal with, and interviews a rambling weirdo with a flair for wordplay.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on how the week ended for Alex. In this installment, Owen continues to report from the Big Board, Roger Stone keeps getting T-boned, and Alex interviews a really sad gang leader.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see how the live stream of the midterm election went over on Infowars. Owen Shroyer broke out the big board! Ali Alexander bored everyone! Laura Loomer was reporting from the ground in Florida! It's just wall-to-wall losers giving bad analysis.
Today, Dan and Jordan go through Day 2 of Alex's deposition in the Connecticut trial. In this installment, Alex continues to pretend to not really know Dan Bidondi, claims he has no idea what businesses he owns, and eventually resorts to doodling to self-soothe.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on how Alex is getting prepped for the midterms. In this installment, Alex continues to obsess about the Pelosi break-in, predicts false flags, and gets one of the best callers of all time.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to experience Alex's triumphant return to the studio after an extended "work-cation." In this installment, Alex whiffs every detail while covering the Pelosi home invasion story, obsesses about imaginary hammer fetishists, and warns of the impending disappearance of diesel fuel.
Today, Dan and Jordan begin their coverage of Alex's depositions in the Connecticut case. In this installment, Alex makes some wild accusations, seems to forget almost everything, and gets caught in a bit of a trap about Dan Bidondi.
Today, Dan and Jordan deal with Alex's absence from the studio by going back and finally covering something they had forgotten they never covered: the time that Donald Trump came on Infowars.
Today, Dan and Jordan go to the past, hoping to escape the rising antisemitism in the modern right wing, only to stumble into an episode that drifts heavily into similar territory. In this installment, Alex covers overzealous gunpowder storage laws, a Holocaust survivor calls in, and another caller brings up Henry Ford's favorite literature.
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.