Musk invokes first child’s death for not restoring Jones’ Twitter account
Musk refuses to restore Jones’ Twitter account saying:
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 18, 2022
He later elaborates:
My firstborn child died in my arms. I felt his last heartbeat. I have no mercy for anyone who would use the deaths of children for gain, politics or fame.
My firstborn child died in my arms. I felt his last heartbeat.
I have no mercy for anyone who would use the deaths of children for gain, politics or fame.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 21, 2022
Alex Jones interview
Trump is interviewed by Jones on The Alex Jones Show. On the New Jersey 0/11 celebrations:
People have called in, and on twitter @realDonald Trump, they’re all tweeting. I know what happened and I held my line. People wanted me to apologize, and we can’t do that. People like you and I can’t do that so easily. Now, we can do it if we are wrong. You apologize, I’d apologize if I was wrong.
Clinton, she’s so corrupt, she’s so corrupt and she shouldn’t be allowed to run and frankly her greatest legacy – she was a horrible Secretary of State – …will be getting out of the email scandal. That’s what I think – it’ll be one of the greatest jobs I’ve ever seen of getting out of a scandal because General Petraeus and many others have been destroyed for doing five percent of what she did. She shouldn’t be allowed to run, but you know the recent Fox poll that just came down two days ago has me beating her head-to-head, which is very interesting, very good and beating her handily and soundly, but we have to get it right.
Drudge is interviewed by Jones on The Alex Jones’ Show. He discusses Hillary Clinton’s health, copyright law and the 2016 contenders. On Clinton:
She’s old and she’s sick. She’s not a contender. They’re making her a contender with these propped-up Saturday Night Light things. It’s like a head on a stick…Trump comes along, says a few things — just a few things! — and soars to the top of the list. That’s profound. Imagine if we actually had a good selection of candidates who were saying a lot. And I know Cruz and Rand and all the rest. … Where it’s going to end up, I don’t know. I’m very pessimistic — I’m very pessimistic — on this race because I’m just not sure it’s not going to end up with the dreaded brain in the jar in the Oval Office once known as Hillary Clinton.
On the media:
Drudge [Report], to me, when I look at it right now is a correction to this groupthink. There’s no difference from any of these websites. You go up and down — we talk about this — what’s the difference between the websites? Between a Slate or a Salon or a BuzzFeed or a HuffPo — what is the difference? There isn’t any! And this is travesty. It’s almost like a weird conglomerate of groupthink that has developed in a dynamic era that should be vibrating.
You thought Obamacare was shocking? You thought some of these other decisions were shocking? Wait until these copyright laws work their way up and the Supreme Court decides you cannot have a website with news headlines linking across the board. Then that will end for me. Fine, I’ve had a hell of a run.
Bundy, Jones: standoff start of new revolution
Appearing on Jones’ radio show, Bundy says the government intends to “take him down,” but he will “do whatever it takes” to fight back. Jones says of the standoff:
This could be how the shot heard round the world happens in this case or others that are happening. If they ever fire on innocent peaceful people trying to take stolen cattle and act like the mercenaries they are, this could turn into 1776 very quickly.
Bundy agrees, saying that he is “not going to stand it, I’m going to stand as long as it takes.”