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Alex Jones’s lawyer says his client is just ‘playing a character’ in his radio shows as conspiracy theorist’s ex-wife demands custody of children from her ‘unstable’ husband

Alex Jones’s lawyer says his client is just ‘playing a character’ in his radio shows as conspiracy theorist’s ex-wife demands custody of children from her ‘unstable’ husband

Alex Jones’s lawyer says his client is just ‘playing a character’ in his radio shows as conspiracy theorist’s ex-wife demands custody of children from her ‘unstable’ husband
April 18
19:34 2017

(Ed. Note: I have said this for years, regarding Alex Jones. He is not sincere. He is not a Christian and he has an Agenda.)

Alex Jones’s lawyer says his client is just ‘playing a character’ in his radio shows as conspiracy theorist’s ex-wife demands custody of children from her ‘unstable’ husband

 

Alex Jones claims he is a ‘performance artist’ in his Infowars broadcasts

He threatened to beat up Dem. Rep. Adam Schiff in a March 30 show

Kelly Jones, who divorced Alex Jones in 2015, says she’s ‘concerned’ about him

She says the host is ‘unstable’ and that his kids watch him broadcast from home

And she’s worried that the threat against Schiff constitutes a felony

Jones walked back the threat on his show, saying it was ‘tongue in cheek’

She wants custody of their three kids, aged 9-14, whom he’s had since 2015

By James Wilkinson For Dailymail.com

Published: 12:45 EDT, 17 April 2017

Right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is a ‘performance artist’ who is just ‘playing a character’ on his Infowars radio show, according to his lawyer.

The remarks were made in a family court in which Jones’s ex-wife, Kelly Jones, is trying to get custody of their three children, aged 9-14, citing her husband’s ‘unstable’ character and possibly illegal remarks.

‘He’s playing a character,’ his attorney, Randall Wilhite, said at a recent pretrial hearing, according to myStatesman. ‘He is a performance artist.’

'Performance': Alex Jones claims that his appearances on his Infowars show are 'performance art' and that he is 'playing a character' in his vitriolic, conspiracy-themed broadcasts

'Unstable': Jones is 'unstable,' claims his wife, who believes he may have committed a felony when he 'threatened' Rep. Adam Schiff in March. Kelly Jones (right) wants custody of their kids

Jones has made a name for himself as the beetroot-faced, lava-spitting host of far-right show Infowars.

The show has featured ‘reports’ that the government was behind the 9/11 attacks and that the Sandy Hook murders were faked by the government.

He’s playing a character. He is a performance artist

Randall Wilhite, Alex Jones’s lawyer, on his client

It’s also become an outlet for Jones to make eye-popping claims including one that Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are possessed by demons and smell of sulfur.

His remarks are also known for taking a turn for the violent when he covers liberal celebrities – including a promise to ‘break’ Alec Baldwin’s neck and telling J-Lo to go to Somalia, where she will be ‘gang-raped so fast it’ll make your head spin.’

More recently, on March 30, he called Rep. Adam Schiff a ‘c**ksucker’ and a ‘fairy’ after Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, called for an investigation into Trump’s Russia ties.

He then threatened to ‘beat’ Schiff’s ‘goddamn a**,’ before paraphrasing John Wayne in True Grit: ‘You got that you goddamn son of a b***h? Fill your hand.’

All three of those instances were cited by Kelly Jones as reasons why her husband is ‘not a stable person’ who should be entrusted with their kids.

She is especially concerned as the threats against Schiff could constitute a crime, she told the court. Threatening a government official can carry a maximum of 5-10 years in prison.

'Character': The couple divorced in 2015 and Alex Jones got custody of their kids, aged 9-14. Their custody battle is currently in pretrial. Jones claimed his Schiff rant was 'tongue in cheek'

‘I’m concerned that he is engaged in felonious behavior, threatening a member of Congress,’ she said. ‘He broadcasts from home. The children are there, watching him broadcast.’

That makes her concerned for their son, 14, and daughters, nine and 12, who have lived with Alex Jones since their divorce concluded in 2015, she said.

She also said that there is no difference between the Alex Jones that appears on the show and the one raising their children.

‘I’m concerned that he is engaged in felonious behavior, threatening a member of Congress… The children are there, watching him broadcast

Kelly Jones, Alex Jones’ ex-wife

But Jones’s lawyer said that the claims aimed at his client were absurd – as ridiculous as judging Jack Nicholson’s character based on his performance as the Joker in Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman movie.

State district judge Orlinda Naranjo said she had never heard of Jones before he appeared in her court, and listened to clips of Infowars episodes to decide whether they could be heard in court.

She allowed two clips – one of him smoking marijuana in California, where it is legal, and one of him bringing his son onto the show.

In the latter clip, first broadcast in July 2015, when his son was 12, Jones invites his son to play a video – one of 15-20 he had made with the Infowars team who had ‘taken him under their wing’.

‘He is undoubtedly cut out for this, and I intend for him to eclipse what I’ve done,’ Jones said. ‘He’s a way greater person than I was at 12.

”I love you so much, and I didn’t mean to get you up here, sweetheart, and tell people how much I love you, but you’re so handsome, and you’re a good little knight who’s going to grow up, I know, to be a great fighter against the enemy.’

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