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Alex Jones Begs for Prayers To Combat Globalists
Austin-based conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is begging his audience for prayers in order to fight the globalist forces he believes are trying to destroy the country.
“I know I am expendable. I know I’m just human. I know I’m weak. But, I’m not a parasite. I’m not a devil worshiper,” Jones says in video provided by Right Wing Watch. “I’m not a child molester. And man, these people are bad news. And I want God to know because I have spiritual awareness.”
The 43-year old radio host went on to say:
I can feel God’s presence and when things are happy and good, I feel God’s happy. Let me tell you something. When I start looking at these people I can just feel God’s wrath boiling. I just want to defeat them, and that’s why I’m God-fearing and I don’t fear them.
As he asked for prayers Jones lamented his weaknesses and limitations.
“I just am very sad that I’m not strong enough to do a better job against these people,” he said. “That’s why I need your concerted prayers, to lift InfoWars up in prayer, everybody else and yourselves and our families together. Every race, color, and creed, one human race red blood under Jesus Christ, great gift that the Father gave us through his son to defeat the powers of Satan.”
Jones, who is known for outlandish claims, famously doubted the deaths of the Sandy Hook school shooting. When pressed on the subject he said, “I tend to believe that children probably did die there. But then, you look at all the other evidence on the other side, I can see how other people believe that nobody died there.”
Aside from promoting the idea that 9-11 was an “inside job,” Jones recently spent a good deal of time promoting the so-called “Pizzagate” conspiracy theory in which he alleged that high level Democratic officials were involved with a satanic child pornography ring centered around a Washington-based pizzaria.