Alex Jones' Minions Fight Debunkers
Mostly by criticizing spelling and grammar errors.
Paul Watson, apparently one of Jones' flunkies, also has the nerve to take on 9-11 Deniers Speak:
In the links section, the website carries a You Tube video of Loose Change guru Dylan Avery's appearance on the Jack Blood Show. Mirroring other reactionary hit piece videos against the 9/11 truth movement, the clip slyly juxtaposes victim's family members looking solemn and images from beheading videos against Avery and Blood making dismissive remarks about the official story - implicating that trashing the official story is insulting to the victims. The contrast of the emotionally laden images of crying wives and children with Avery and Blood's light-hearted casual conversation is a trick to deceive the naive viewer into believing Avery and Blood are rude and unsympathetic to the tragedy of the event.
Of course, Avery and Blood appear rude and unsympathetic to the victims because they are in that clip.
He blows one detail here:
We urge our readers to comb through this website for themselves - it won't be long before you run across bizarre leftfield arguments (at one point the collapse of the twin towers is compared to two pool balls hitting each other), confounding statements that are an affront to the English language, and outright errors concerning the claims of the 9/11 truth movement.
Of course the billiard ball analogy was made by 9-11 Denier Judy Wood, and is still linked on the "Scholars" for 9-11 Denial website.