(Ed. Note:) Moments later Jones added this video to You Tube:
You have to admire Alex Jones.
If not for his tin-foil political views than at least for the breakneck speed with which he can spin a web of conspiracy so thick with heavy-breathed paranoia it makes Robert Ludlum look like a historian.
Chet Chesterfield generally avoids CNN like the plague.
He looks upon it like Sarah Palin would tell him to — as a part of the “lamestream media” that needs to be tossed in the trash heap. To him, it’s not a place to get the kind of information he’s after, which can typically be found at places like The Drudge Report or Andrew Breitbart’s Big Journalism before Breitbart died of a heart attack while looking for another conspiracy, although Chet is among those convinced that Breitbart died as a “true patriot” and was poisoned by the Obama administration because he was getting too close to “the truth” and the coroner who said Breitbart died of a heart attack was in on the scheme.
I wish I weren’t basing some of this satire on real people’s thinking, but I am.
Anyway, somehow Chet just had to tune in to CNN Monday night so he could see its gun control advocate host Piers Morgan face off with conservative radio talk show host Alex Jones, giving Jones a platform to find out why it is that Jones and the likes of him want to see Morgan deported to Great Britain because of his stand on gun control and are willing to put out a White House petition to — in terms Chet would appreciate — “git ‘er done.”
While Morgan attempted to ask Jones questions, Jones — one of the great conspiracy theorists of our time and no fan of government — chose to use government statistics that he cherry-picked from the FBI in the middle of two segments’ worth of shouting like a crazy man.
Oh, and the imitation that Jones did of Morgan’s British accent toward the end of the interview went a long way toward solidifying in people’s minds that Alex Jones is one of the coolest, brightest, most eloquent debaters in our midst today. Of course, Chet picked up on that too.
But Chet can speak for himself. Boy, oh boy, can Chet speak for himself.
I can see into Alex Jones’ mind. I can see why he’s so concerned about guns being taken away, which makes folks like Chet so concerned. He’s concerned about our future, when the New World Order will send robots and drones to cut down the rebels.