Alex Jones: Capable of Believing Five Contradictory Things Before Breakfast
As we have discussed, Ron Paul has now twice denied being a 9-11 "Truther", but Alex wants everybody to know that it's okay:
Ron Paul's refusal to directly state that 9/11 was an inside job, a topic also raised during the interview, has angered many within the 9/11 truth movement.
But we have to understand that politics is a cutthroat business and the Congressman has decided to run his campaign around a tight message of liberty and real conservatism that will appeal to as much of the voting public as possible.
But wait a minute, Alex, I'm a little confused! Haven't you been claiming for months that almost everybody believes in the "Truth" fairy? Let's see, here's your interview with Showbiz Tonight from last year after Charlie Sheen came out of the "Truther" closet:
I mean, here`s a CNN poll from Anderson Cooper a year and a half ago where they said is the government covering up 9/11? Could they be involved? Ninety percent when the poll closed on CNN said this.
So listen I have my own syndicated show. I`ve done 4,000 radio interviews in the last 4 1/2 years. Almost no one calls in and disagrees now. We have the majority view and we have the evidence.
So by denying 9-11 was an inside job, isn't Ron Paul actually doing the opposite of what you say? If 90% of the people believe 9-11 was an inside job, isn't he going after the 10%? If you have the majority view, why is Ron Paul not courting that majority?