A couple of you have reached out to us and asked, can we take small clips of you to use in order to mock Pizzagate and your career? And the answer is no, you don’t have my permission, nor my blessing, not even a little of it.
A handful of these YouTubers are also making videos, in mockery and in jest, of Alex Jones in the wake of his banning from YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter.
These YouTubers do not have my blessing, because what they are doing is dishonorable and shameful. It is not as if Alex Jones and myself and many others who have been silenced and scrubbed from the Internet had some kind of choice. We didn’t choose to retire and ride off into the sunset.
No, we were silenced. Unconstitutionally. Without notice. Without cause. In our own country.
And at least in the case of FULCRUM, our media startup based in Washington, DC, the slowdown from having my personal YouTube account banned and then our company YouTube account banned, and the ways in which Google has ranked Fake News hitpieces on me above all other search results, has had an impact on our ability to grow.
So no, I don’t find that hilarious. I don’t find the destruction of a good man in America like Alex Jones funny, I don’t find the fact that I’m making peanuts and censored in my own country — in my peak earning years and at the height of my popularity — to be funny.
And what we helped break into the mainstream consciousness, Pizzagate, it’s not in the least bit funny — ultra-rich connected Democratic lobbyists raping and harming children. How is that funny? Elitists harming the most vulnerable and innocent among us. How is that hilarious? It’s not. These YouTubers would be better served by amplifying the truth of Pizzagate, instead of mocking men who can’t reply.
Because Pizzagate is entirely real, and this video is nearing 148,000 views on Bitchute alone. It’s not going away, especially not before midterms: