He’s not “saying” it … he’s just wondering if Democrats are responsible for a “massacre.”
InfoWars founder Alex Jones, who is infamous for claiming that the Newtown shooting was staged with actors, is back with a bizarre theory about the school shooting Wednesday in Florida.
“The Democrats have been caught in false flags before,” Jones said on his show. “I’m not saying this is a false flag but they’ve been talking about massacres and things if people don’t leave them alone, and release the memo. So, if there are massacres and they keep threatening massacres, that makes them suspects when they’ve been threatening massacres.”
Seventeen people died in the shooting at Parkland High School, and suspected shooter Nikolas Cruz has been charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This article provided courtesy of TheBlaze.
This is a rush transcript and may contain errors.
STU: I wanted to make sure we really quickly make everyone aware of the real story, going on the shooting. Alex Jones has it.
PAT: Oh, he does.
STU: He does. Now, he’s not saying it.
PAT: So often he does.
STU: I want to make sure you understand, he’s not saying this happened. Okay?
STU: He’s very clear about that, he’s just bringing it up in a really vocal away. He’s not saying it. He’s just making you aware of the possibility with your vocal cords. Which is different than saying it. All right. Let’s listen to Alex explain.
ALEX: I’m not saying this is a false flag. But they’ve been talking about massacres and things. People don’t leave them alone and release the memos. So if there are massacres, threatening massacres, that makes them suspects when they’ve been threatening massacres, and who knows what mentally ill person they have wound up or what’s happening, or is this gang related? We don’t know. The media will say that I said it’s a false flag and the Democrats did it. I did not say that. I’m just questioning the long history that these folks have.
PAT: I’m not saying anything. I’m just saying it. But I didn’t say it. I’m just saying that I didn’t say it. What, when I said it, at the beginning.
STU: There were — the Democrats have been talking about massacres for —
PAT: Everything. Massacres.
STU: What is a massacre? I don’t know. But they’ve been talking about massacres for a long time. Apparently, if — if they don’t release the memo — what was the memo, what did that have to do with it?
PAT: I don’t know. I don’t know.
STU: He’s a magician, man. But he didn’t say it. I want you to know he didn’t say it.
PAT: He didn’t say it. He just said they’re well-known for these false flags. And this could be another false flag. But he’s not saying the Democrats are doing this false flag. Every shooting with this guy. Every shooting and every terrorist attack is a false flag.
Is there anything real that happens in the world?
STU: No. There are no flags.
PAT: There are no flags. There’s only false ones. There’s no shootings. There’s only pretend shootings. I’ll bet you in two weeks, maybe sooner, he’ll be saying these are crisis actors. Right? I mean, isn’t this what we get from him?
STU: You wonder if he’s learned his lesson. He’s had to make multiple public apologies for what he’s said. So I think maybe he’s learned a lesson to — to couch it in that language.
PAT: Which is why he’s saying it’s not saying. That’s why. He’s gotten in some trouble. Because, first of all, he said Sandy Hook is a false flag. And he discussed it often. And then he said, I never said Sandy Hook was a false flag. Well, yeah, you did. You really did.
STU: Kind of.
PAT: In fact, more than kind of. You just did. He did say it.
STU: He said exactly like at that.