Alex Jones Secretly Recorded Megyn Kelly’s Interview, Here’s Why:
As we previously reported, Megyn Kelly has been getting heat for interviewing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, who claimed that the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary was a hoax.
Well after the drama, Alex revealed that he secretly recorded the interview without Megyn knowing, and he released it yesterday. Apparently “he knew it was all crap.”
The Infowars host said he would be posting the full tape on his website in the evening, and in a teaser clip he said:
“I’ve never done this in 22 years, I’ve never recorded another journalist, but I knew it was a fraud, that it was a lie,” he explained. “God, she was like, ‘I want to get steaks with you, I’m obsessed with you, oh my God,’ wiggling around in her seat. It was all crap. I knew it was all a lie. I said Sandy Hook happened, and she wouldn’t even put it in the promo pieces. So we’re going to release, oh yeah, we’re going to release the pre-interview. And then when they put their fraud out on Sunday — which I’ve asked them not to air because they’re misrepresenting who I am and saying I’m as bad as Saddam Hussein, or Jeffrey Dahmer, or Charles Manson — we’ve got the whole interviews here … We’ve got it all … It’s all going to come out.”
— Rob Dew (@DewsNewz) June 15, 2017
Alex released an audio clip where Megyn can be heard saying, “All I can do is give you my word and I don’t double-cross,” assuring her questions wouldn’t be tough. “My goal is for your listeners and the left — you know, who will be watching some on NBC — to say, ‘Wow, that’s really interesting,’” she added. “It’s not going to be some gotcha hit piece, I promise you that.”
“You’re gonna hear what I actually said,” Alex said to his listeners. “Like when it cuts, and I’m sitting there and they go, ‘Oh, you don’t think Sandy Hook happened.’ And I go, ‘Yeah! Well, you don’t care about dead Iraqi kids!’ I’m [really] like, ‘Hey, they did fake babies in incubators, they did fake dead kids, that’s why we have to question this. I don’t hate the families. We question everything.’”