Alex Jones seems to be confident that he’s the victim in the current defamation trial stemming from his commentary on the mass murder at Sandy Hook Elementary. In fact, he claims that everyone around him recognizes this and sides with him, from waitresses to courthouse staff.
Above The Law reports that Jones’ witness, producer Daria Karpova, actually tried to use his victimhood on the stand — saying that Jones’ life is very stressful because people tell lies about him. The plaintiff’s attorney reportedly spoke out to make sure no one missed the irony, considering what the case is all about — Jones told his fans that the Sandy Hook shooting looked to him like a “drill,” and fed them the idea of a “false flag.” This all resulted in harassment and vitriol aimed at the already-grieving families.
Watch below, as Jones declares on his show that in fact, not only is he the real victim, but everyone around him knows it. Waitstaff, courthouse staffers, and strangers in the grocery store all come to him to assure him they see him as the victim of persecution, and that they’re so sorry for his suffering, Jones claims.
Alex Jones says everywhere he goes, people come up to him to say they support him on the Sandy Hook trial: “They say this is wrong. We’re ashamed. Fist bumps. They give us free food. Waitresses kiss us. They all said, ‘We’re so sorry what’s happening to you. It’s wrong.” pic.twitter.com/munjg4sO3b
— Ron Filipkowski 🇺🇦 (@RonFilipkowski) July 30, 2022
“I have had the staff at the courthouse tell me, almost all of them I walk by and talk to, ‘We appreciate you, we understand what’s happening, this is wrong, we’re ashamed.’ They fist bump us, and my crew. When I go to the little cafe next door during a break, they give us free food and waitresses kiss us on the cheeks…I’m at the grocery store yesterday, shake 20 hands, probably walk by 50 people. They all said, ‘We’re so sorry for what’s happening, it’s wrong.'”
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