Jones: Fake News Stories Are Spread By Alien-Funded PR Agency

Alex Jones wearing an alien mask. (YouTube)

By Hamish Balfour

Although the Trump administration seems to be rocked by hourly scandals, they still have a staunch supporter in conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.

Jones dismissed all the negative stories as “fake news” being spread by a PR company funded by reptilian shape-shifting aliens.

“The reptilians want to enact their globalist agenda, and to do this they have to convince the public that the Trump administration is failing,” said Jones on his show “InfoWars.” “They’re using a PR firm that’s probably on a $1 million per week retainer to spread these fake stories in the liberal media.”

Jones also believes that 9/11 and the Sandy Hook school shooting were staged by the government.

However, Jones’ conspiracy theories have infiltrated the government. The Atlantic reported that Rich Higgins, a National Security Council official, was fired after it was revealed he penned a memo warning that globalists, progressives and Islamists were combining to undermine the United States.

“Globalists and Islamists recognize that for their visions to succeed, America, both as an ideal and as a national and political identity, must be destroyed,” said Higgins in the memo. “ …the left is aligned with Islamist organizations at local, national, and international levels.”

Higgins was recommended for termination by National Security Advisor Gen. H.R. McMaster. Former National Security Advisor Lt.-Gen. Michael Flynn was fired from the Defense Intelligence Agency by President Barack Obama for repeating conspiracy theories. Flynn was hired by President Donald Trump and fired after a few months after it was revealed he had ties to Russia.