This is almost too far-fetched to believe.
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is now allegedly advising Donald Trump’s campaign.
If you don’t know who Alex Jones is…here is a quick primer. Jones runs a website called Infowars, and believes that the September 11th attacks were an inside job, and that the mass shooting at the school in Newtown was simply a “false flag” set up by the government, in an attempt to take away everyones guns. According to Jones, the dead children were just actors.
On his radio show on Wednesday, Jones claimed he had personally spoken to Trump and advised him to speak about how the election could be rigged against the Republican nominee. Jones said he told Trump not to listen to anyone telling him that he shouldn’t stoke fears of election fraud because, he claimed, the Democratic primary election was stolen from Bernie Sanders.
Jones said, “Homeland Security was gonna go in and probably bring in U.N. observers to make sure illegals of people could vote and change the debate away from election fraud to retail voter fraud, which is individuals cheating, rather than the computers being hacked.” Conspiracy theorists like Jones believe there is a “New World Order” that will involve globalists and the UN taking over, and President Obama is a huge part of it.
He also said that Trump “didn’t so much do what I told him to do, he already concurred and absolutely was on the same page and was already right there with me or even ahead of me.”
Trump has now added fuel to conspiracy theories throughout his campaign, and said last month he believed the election would be rigged against him. While in Pennsylvania, he told his supporters that the only way he could lose was if the election was rigged. Hillary Clinton is currently leading Trump by 7 points in Pennsylvania.
In fact, there have been very few instances of voter fraud. President Barack Obama called Trump’s suggestion that the election would be rigged “ridiculous.”
Jones also claimed he told Trump there would be fake polls released showing him behind in the race. Kellyanne Conway, Trump’s campaign manager, has claimed that polls showing Hillary Clinton leading in the election were “cherry-picked polling numbers that are put out there by media outlets that are also bent on his destruction.”
Again, the polls are not skewed. Different polls have different results, but that is normally because of the way they poll. Rasmussen for example, only polls people who have land line phones. That excludes many younger people who only use cell phones.
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