By Briana Marcos
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones says the Illuminati-controlled media is deliberately spreading false stories about Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
“Before the election, Trump had a great reputation, largely through the success of his show ‘The Apprentice,’” said Jones on “Infowars.” “But as soon as he started running, the Illuminati/New World Order used their contacts in the media to spread these false stories about him sexually harassing women. Where were these woman before?”
Although Trump has often complained about a widespread media conspiracy against him, he received more than $2 billion of free media during the early days of his campaign, according to the New York Times.
Currently, at least 12 women have come forward to complain about being sexually assaulted by the reality TV star.
Jones believes in many outlandish conspiracy theories such as the government was behind 9/11 and also faked the Sandy Hook shooting so they could confiscate guns. However, the Trump campaign has a close relationship with Jones. Both Trump and surrogate Roger Stone have appeared on “Infowars.”
“We are the Trump campaign — Infowars. And the enemy knows that,” said Jones.
However, Jones is not the only Trump supporter who believes there is a widespread conspiracy designed to stop him from winning the White House.
FOX News commentator Lou Dobbs recently accused Evan McMullin, an independent candidate for president, of being supported by the “Mormon Mafia.” In a tweet, Dobbs called McMullin “nothing but a Globalist, Romney and Mormon Mafia Tool.”