Today, Dan and Jordan set out to check in on what Alex Jones was up to on the day after the 4th of July, the day after his predictions of "antifa chemical warfare" failed to materialize. Weirdly, they don't find Alex apologizing for spreading stupid fear, they find him getting super mystical and talking to a guy who likes to pretend he's in the Illuminati.
Today, Dan and Jordan retreat back to the past to look at what Alex Jones was up to back in 2013. In this installment, Alex spends most of his time getting mad at a pro wrestling storyline he thinks is about him, and getting super defensive about a murderer he clearly identifies with.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in with Alex Jones in the present day to see what he's up to. It turns out, he's spending his time accusing Antifa of engaging in chemical warfare and talking to his Oathkeeper buddy about how excited they are about the idea of a civil war starting soon.
Alex Jones has been out of studio in the present day, so today, Dan and Jordan continue their investigation of what Alex was up to in 2013. In this installment, Alex gets very, very defensive about media coverage about him and has an interview with the second worst sheriff in the US.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip back into the past to continue to explore Alex Jones' behavior in the weeks after Sandy Hook. In this installment, the gents learn that Alex's messed up feelings about racial birth rates is not a new area of interest. Also, Alex gets real wishy-washy about a potential extinction level event, and Dan becomes obsessed with repeat callers.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a couple episodes from earlier in the week on The Alex Jones Show. It's the best of times and worst of times, as one day brings Alex Jones basically doing an impression of a Project Camelot episode, and the next, he jumps fully on board with a new dumb video from Project Veritas.
Today, Dan and Jordan go back to the past to look into how Alex Jones' show operated in the aftermath of Sandy Hook. In this installment, Alex goes on quite a roller-coaster ride as the manhunt for Christopher Dorner comes to a close. Also, Alex reveals that he may think that the Lincoln assassination was a false flag.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at what Alex Jones is up to. On paper, it looks like Alex is having one of the worst weeks on record as things completely fall apart with his behavior surrounding the Sandy Hook lawsuit. However, a couple unforced errors by a few media outlets have given Alex the faintest glimmer of hope. Not too much hope though, he seems pretty bummed out.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a couple of incredibly messed up days on the Alex Jones Show. Most of the coverage is about Alex's insanely convoluted coverage of the tanker incident in the Gulf of Oman, and about a recent cyber attack that has targeted InfoWars. Along the way, though, the gents learn how leftist brainwashing on college campuses works, and that one of Alex's lawyers may not be totally insane.
Today, Dan and Jordan return to the present day to check in on Alex Jones and see how things are going with him. In this installment, Alex spends a lot of time yelling nonsense about immigrants bringing Ebola to the US, then desperately tries to rekindle his friendship with Roger Stone, and wraps things up by having a full-on religious breakdown on air.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue their exploration of Alex Jones' behavior in the weeks after Sandy Hook, to better understand what happened. In this installment, not much is learned on that front, but the gents finally find shooting that Alex thinks is real, and learn that Alex may think that insects are a conspiracy.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a little look at a very uninspired string of episodes of the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex gets condescending about the Super Bowl, has a caller accuse him of being controlled opposition, and throws an impromptu rally to yell at Piers Morgan, who is in Texas doing some filming.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a couple of modern day episodes of The Alex Jones Show. This installment is a deeply upsetting affair, full of rats, vampires, and Alex wishing murder upon his perceived enemies.
Today, Dan and Jordan go back to the past to continue their examination of how Alex Jones behaved in the weeks after Sandy Hook. In this installment, all of the narratives that were previously in play are dropped, as Alex welcomes two guests that inspire him to do a show primarily about post-tribulation rapture and topics he already covered in his "documentary" Endgame.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at what Alex Jones is up to in the current day, and find him being absolutely all over the place. His lawyer is a guest on two straight episodes and the two of them seem to think they have psychic powers. More importantly than all that, this episode contains the greatest out of context drop of all time.
Alex Jones was out of studio on the day when Robert Mueller gave his press conference, so today, Dan and Jordan stick around in 2013 to continue their look into how Alex behaved in the aftermath of Sandy Hook. In this installment, we learn about a perilous vacation Alex took to Big Bend National Park, experience some real disgraceful bigotry and some equally disgraceful salesmanship.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a Wacky Wednesday break to check in on the newest updates in the ongoing saga of Sweary Kerry Cassidy and the guy who's trying to make a documentary about how her best friend is not a space captain, but is actually a murderer. In this installment, the gents break down a recorded conversation between the two that involves "discernment."
Today, Dan and Jordan dip back into the past of the Alex Jones Show to explore how he behaved in the days and weeks after Sandy Hook. In this installment, the gents uncover a really important development in Alex's path toward calling the victims actors, and in the process find three interviews completely unrelated to Sandy Hook that can only be described as "trash."
Today, Dan and Jordan stick around the present day of the Alex Jones Show because they are gluttons for punishment. In this installment, the gents find Alex being a real asshole about Somali immigrants, speculating about black pyramids, and interviewing a Scottish dog trainer/bigot.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on the present day on the Alex Jones Show and find a very bizarre but unsurprising picture. Alex is pretty all over the place, passionately defending the idea of Trump enacting martial law, extolling absurd Doomsday Prophecies, and coming off like a real gross bigot. Pretty normal stuff to hear from Alex in 2019.
Today, Dan and Jordan stick in the past to gather a little more information about how Alex Jones did business in the days after Sandy Hook. In this installment, the gents see hints of Alex being overeager to cover shootings irresponsibly. They also discuss how off-base Alex is about the Aurora theater shooting, and find Alex becoming friends with a guest who may or may not be running a child trafficking ring.
Today, Dan and Jordan go back to the past to explore how Alex Jones covered the days after the shooting at Sandy Hook. In this installment, everything goes crazy with completely absurd interviews. Alex interviews an insane sheriff. PJW interviews a Sandy Hook truther (poorly). Mike Adams interviews anti-vax charlatan Andrew Wakefield. It's a wild couple of days.
Today, Dan tells Jordan about one of the weirdest days ever on The Alex Jones Show. Alex begins the show really depressed about Satanists and finishes the show by barging out of the studio for one of the most childish reasons imaginable. The key is in what happens in between, like Alex thinking the show Gunsmoke is realistic.
Today, Dan and Jordan present you with something a little different. The gents were thrilled to do a cross-over episode with the QAnon Anonymous podcast, where the two sides debate the possibility of finding a middle ground, to create a unified peace between QAnon and Alex Jones, thereby bringing harmony to the world of conspiracy.
Today, Dan and Jordan get back to the past to continue looking into what Alex Jones was doing in the days after Sandy Hook. Not a whole lot to learn about Alex's opinion on the shooting this episode, but the gents do get to talk a bit about Alex planning tax fraud with his neighbor, "the Illuminati card game," and Alex recommending a book that Timothy McVeigh liked even more than the Turner Diaries.