Alex Jones accused of channeling crypto donations from InfoWars to his own accounts...

Would you believe it?

Alex Jones, the infamous face of InfoWars, has been covered with dirt lately, and with some incredible fines too. But today, another piece of dirty laundry was released in court by his employee, attorney Brittany Paz revealed that nobody has a clue what happens with the crypto donations that are received by InfoWars. They go straightly to his accounts and he tells nobody what happens with them. Nobody really has a clue.

This in fact means that all the people that think that they are sponoring "research" by InfoWars through crypto donations on the site, are actually just making mister Jones richer by the minute.
And rich he is already. His company, "Free Speech Systems" is worth up to 270 million dollars, estimated by an economist that acquired data from the BBC.

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Bully

This all really doesn't surprise me, and don't get me wrong, on some issues I am a true conspiracy theorist myself. Don't get me started about 9/11! But the character of Alex Jones is just an incredible bully that just barks in the wild. He just tells people a lot of bullshit, and adds in a few truths, mixes it up, and makes a conspiracy out of everything. This is picked up by a lot of people that have no intention to do their own research, and by this he has grown an enormous following. Now, I am an advocate of free speech, so he can bark all he wants, in my opinion. But that doesn't mean I think everyone should just take over all the guy says. Because let's be honest, a lot of what he says is just total crap, and sometimes hilarious.

Now, the fact that someone like him enriches himself by donations for research, is despicable. But, does it surprise me? No, not one bit. This guy loves himself too much. He likes to be in the centre of attention. And money makes his ego grow. So, this was obvious to happen.

So, moral of the story, do your own research, and don't donate to people that are already rich as fuck!

Sincerely,

Pele23

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I personally don't think it's true. I don't agree with a lot of the things Alex Jones says but I have been tracking how the lawsuits have been going and I just think the judge/prosecutors are way too biased.

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Ok, but a testimony under oath by one of his employees is quite damaging for him and his reputation

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With everything the media has done towards Alex Jones, his reputation is already damaged. He has been deplatformed from most social media platforms and the media has run countless articles about him. His fans will support him and his enemies will hate him.

From a neutral stance, I am skeptical about that testimony because the current court case isn't even from a victim or relative of Sandy Hook and an FBI agent that felt offended that he was being called out. I don't like Alex Jones and I would not be surprised if it was lies or a story exaggerated to make it more damaging. The biggest problem that I have with the trial is that the favor towards one side is way too large and I find it hard to trust anything they say.

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It is always about money, fame, and power to always get more! Even if you talk about freedom of speech!

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don't donate to people that are already rich as fuck!

Exactly in my country there is a stupid trend going on ministers who is already rich asking for donations for their lawyer fees which they can pay cash actually. But why use own money when you have a following that doesn't know the truth. Just wish people can open their eyes and don't follow blindly

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