Too Fascist, Racist, and Antisemitic for Alex Jones

I know that I have put a celebrity on my list of they who must not be named.

For the sake of argument let’s call him Clayton Bigsby.

And Clayton appeared on Alex Jones show, and proved too bigoted, and too insane for Alex Jones to deal with. (As Anna Russell would say, “I’m not making this up, you know.)

The rapper (*The Artist formerly known as Clayton Bigsby*) praised Adolf Hitler and Nazis in an interview Thursday with far-right provocateur Alex Jones, drawing a fresh round of condemnation for his incendiary antisemitism a week after he dined with former president Donald Trump alongside white nationalist Nick Fuentes.

“I like Hitler,” a fully masked (*The Artist formerly known as Clayton Bigsby*) told Jones. Minutes later, the rapper said, “I love Jewish people, but I also love Nazis.”

Jones laughed and quickly added, “Well, I have to disagree with that.”


The House Judiciary GOP Twitter account on Thursday deleted a tweet it posted in October that said simply: “(*Clayton*). Elon. Trump.”


The conversation with Jones focused on the Nov. 23 dinner (*The Artist formerly known as Clayton Bigsby*) and Fuentes had with Trump, which occurred one week after Trump had announced another run for president. The interview underscored Trump’s long-running ties to, and refusal to fully denounce, public figures known for spreading hate speech and baseless conspiracy claims.


In the days after news of the dinner emerged, top Republican officials throughout the country, to varying degrees, criticized Trump for dining with two of the country’s most high-profile antisemites. Trump claimed he did not know of Ye’s and Fuentes’s public statements about Jewish people. According to advisers who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss confidential conversations with him, Trump thought the controversy would blow over.

“I think it’s dying down,” they recalled Trump saying.

Ye’s interview and its fallout paint a different picture.

During Thursday’s show, Jones told Ye, “You’re not a Nazi” and “You don’t deserve to be called that and demonized.”

“Well,” he replied, “I see good things about Hitler.”

And then Alex Jones looks uncomfortable, wondering, “Who the f%$# is this crazy man?


The dinner also elevated antisemitism “to the highest echelon of political life,” Jacobs said. After reading excerpts of Jones’s show Thursday, Jacobs added, “I never imagined this would be the day-to-day reality of our world.”


Jones appeared to revel in the attention his guests were bringing to his show. “I’m the crazy one here,” Jones said. “We’re all crazy. The whole world is crazy. And the whole power structure is coming down.”

Jones added: “This is absolutely lit. This is lit, lit, lit, lit, lit, lit. Number one show in the world right now.”

(All Clayton Bixby variants mine)

No, Alex, you were not the crazy one there, you’re just one of the other crazy guys out there.

It’s finally happened.

This is some majorly f%$#ed up sh%$.

On the other hand, I imaging that not being the craziest guy in the room must be killing Alex Jones, so I am amused.



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