Alex Jones Blames Psychosis for His Sandy Hook Hoax Claims

Alex Jones Blames Psychosis for His Sandy Hook Hoax Claims:   During the defamation lawsuits launched by Sandy Hook families against the years-long smear campaign Alex Jones and his Infowars show have waged against the families of the school massacre that took the lives of 26 children and educators, Jones surprised many by blaming it all on “a form of psychosis” - which he claims was caused by all the media lies and distortions he’s been exposed to over the years.

Gee, last time Jones and his lawyers were in a courtroom, they were trying to claim he was just playing “a character” on Infowars.  Now, it appears his “character” has developed psychosis?  Well then, perhaps they had better take all “his character’s” guns away - before he ends up hurting somebody.  And he’s blaming it all on media lies and distortions?  Excuse me, but what ever happened to blaming everything on Obama and Hillary? 

My question is, if Alex Jones really does have psychosis, then what does that say about the millions of people who believe his every word?  I mean, if these callous demagogues didn’t have their followers, they wouldn’t exist.  Now, you get a glimpse into the thinking behind why people like Donald Trump and Betsy DeVos are desperately trying to defund public education.

And while I’m no psychiatrist, I’m pretty sure I’ve read that the only effective treatment for Jones’ specific form of psychosis is a lobotomy.  Now if I were Jones, I’d try and get that taken care of as soon as possible - you know, before Trump gets around to terminating everyone’s healthcare benefits.  Meanwhile, let’s send him out some “thoughts and prayers.”  I’m sure he’d really enjoy that.

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Comment by Ron Powell on April 1, 2019 at 7:27am

Claiming mental illness is a last ditch effort at establishung an affirmative defense against the various defamation lawsuits brought by the Sandy Hook parents he has smeared with his charges of hoax re the murder of their children while they were in school...

One of the elements of a defamation legal action is that the defendant spread or disseminate information about the plaintif,f that he/she knew to be false, with the intent to cause damage or harm to the plaintiff. .

The defendant's malicious state of mind is a critical component of a defamation case...

The claim of mental illness goes directly to the question of whether the defendant had the mental capacity to form or hold the requisite intent to cause damage or harm to the plaintiffs....

This is being done because his attorneys know that he has otherwise lost the case

Comment by Johnny Robish on April 1, 2019 at 7:43am

What I find interesting is how there "tough guys" whine like little babies when legally confronted about their actions. 

Comment by J.P. Hart on April 1, 2019 at 8:11am

And it was an odd
NASA to 'open call' twenty (20) peoples $19,000 per annum to stay in bed. [she just said no LO)

My 'so amused' parlor game: four dice (or's IT 4 di??) rolled flat surface (mirror tile surface preferred LO zoom FOCUSpoe10shall)
today's (no blossoms quite yet here in the Roosevelt Rust Belt) 2 sixes, 4, and white dot on black = page 665 HOLY BIBLE(containing fast and slow LO meant to type Old and New Testosterones O?R TEST-TA-MENTS: [sic]
...O evil imagination, why were you formed...
{right column top right^ SIRACH 37)

Mr. Robish:
We'll be free, won't we?!

Comment by Ron Powell on April 1, 2019 at 12:32pm

Take a look at this clip excerpted from the Jones Deposition on the matter:


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