Posted On: Thursday - January 26th 2017 9:06AM MST
In Topics:   Trump  Pundits  Media Stupidity
This Zerohedge article, Alex Jones' InfoWars Offered White House Credentials refers to an Alex Jones video in which Mr. Jones states:
Here’s the deal, I know I get White House credentials, we’ve already been offered them, we’re going to get them, but I’ve just got to spend the money to send somebody there. I want to make sure it’s even worth it. I don’t want to just sit there up there like ‘m in the media, look our people are there.’ People don’t understand this paradigm, we’re devolving in a good way, power from the federal government back to the people, back from the centralized MSM to the people, just like Trump said in his speech.
Alex Jones has operated the Infowars and PrisonPlanet websites for a long time. He is a conspiracy theorist about some conspiracies that are real and some that are just theories. He is also a constitutionalist patriot, so PeakStupidity is thrilled with this news.
Donald Trump does not have the knowledge and understanding of what's wrong with this country to the extent of a Ron Paul, yet in dealing with the problems he does understand, he is a master. If this is true he is following through with his ideas written about here a week back or so. Before I had read this zerohedge article, I had thought that Drudge should have a seat in the press room also. These white house guys are even ahead on this:
He [Sean Spicer, press secretary] contined:
“[Trump]) keeps saying CNN is fake, and I'm not going to any of your fake news. What’s CNN doing in the front row, when [White House press secretary Sean] Spicer keeps going to them? And then the reporter yesterday goes, “Oh, maybe Trump wasn’t even elected. That’s why you say there’s fraud.” So they’re like little kids up there. These aren’t real journalists. Meanwhile, it’s just crazy, you should see Breitbart and Drudge, and also just reporters that are known to tell the truth from mainstream, whatever, promoted and put up at the front of those briefings, to bring up real questions, not just a battle where they’re just attacking with fricking lies"
Excellent! Although PeakStupidity is not always enamored (gotta like that word) with Matt Drudge - see "Matt Drudge - what we at Peakstupidity think of Drudgereport" - he is definitely on our side. As almost all readers would already know, he puts up just headlines. His way of putting like ones together, and using them to display hypocrisy is his forte. This is from today (this one is not about the hypocrisy, just showing that Mr. Drudge is on our side):
Imagine Matt Drudge, Alex Jones, maybe Glenn Reynolds, Peter Brimelow, Jared Taylor, etc. able to put their questions out there - it's not so much that Trump is not hip, but this way the entire country would have access to the questions and answers. This is what people who speak corporatese call a "sea change". I would agree with them, after I told them to cut out the stupid way of talking.