Cruel and Unusual

This is unbelievable. So, not only is Alex Jones going to be expected to pay $4.1 million dollars in damages, but an attorney representing one of the families is begging jurors to take away his platform and make sure he can never rebuild it again.

Really? This is getting a little personal don’t you think? I’m sorry, but money isn’t going to bring anyone back and Alex Jones had nothing to do with that unfortunate situation.

Voicing his opinion ends up costing him $4.1 million dollars, and that’s not enough, you want to take his lively hood and source of income away.

How about an apology? Why is an apology not good enough?

That’s terribly, selfish and greedy, but you want to know something, anytime someone attempts to take advantage of a law suit by going for more than they deserve ends up cursed.

Alex Jones; Getting Deeper and Deeper

Alex Jones, in case you aren’t familiar, is the host of Info Wars. For a long time now he’s been giving us the news in a non-traditional sense, but he’s good at what he does.

He’s dedicated, passionate, and truly interested in what goes on behind the scenes, in the shadows, and underground. He has taken his stance in support of the United States Constitution and America in general.

He has a sense of humor, and sometimes he can be flat out comical. For those of us who’ve been tuning in for the last ten years and longer, we’ve grown to appreciate and love Jones and the Info Wars Staff. We love the rants, and the emotional outbursts. I know I do.

Jones has dedicated a good portion of his life to exposing the Illuminati, the Globalists, shadow governments, and any other group or individual whose behind the scenes-back room conspiring presents a threat to the American way of life.

Over the years we’ve come to understand and recognize what’s going on with mainstream news outlets. We know they deliver a small portion of a bigger story and their presentations are usually slanted towards one political party. Democrats have their stations that present news with a leftist spin, and Republicans have theirs.

Out of all this, We The People are suffering. Alex Jones gives the stories you won’t hear on MSNBC, CNN, PBS, and all the rest. He tells you what’s relevant and he backs it up with research.

When you seek the truth, speak the truth, and share the truth, you’re a problem for manipulative liars. We The People have had our heads buried long enough. We’re at the point right now where we’re almost expected not to speak up. The American people are hated for their liberty and freedom, and we’re being robbed of our rights and sovereignty.

Alex Jones does speak the truth and he’s also opinionated. There’s nothing wrong with that. Our first amendment right to free speech and peaceful assembly has been under attack for years and probably with more hostility and ferocity than the attacks on our second amendment. Our Federal Government is out of control, and they’re destroying this country.

Alex Jones shared his opinions with his audience concerning the Sandy Hook shooting. But, lets be honest here, news stories covering events that never happened isn’t out of the norm. False flags, fake news, and stretching the facts have become way to common.

Initially, I’m almost positive Alex Jones said Sandy Hook was a hoax. Now, that’s his opinion. It doesn’t matter if his opinion upsets you, that was his opinion. He obviously came across some information and he obviously had his reasons for why he believed that, but that was his opinion. The fact that he’s even in court for stating his opinion is an indication that we’re not only losing our first amendment rights, but we’re losing our country to communism as well.

I think Alex Jones would’ve been okay if he had stood his ground with his original opinion because in all fairness, it was his opinion. At some point he changed his opinion, and you could see that he was under some heavy pressure. They hammered him every day; how could you say that, you’re heartless, and on and on they attacked him riding the emotions of the families of the victims. He was being threatened and there was no end to it.

Eventually, he changed his story and said it was 100% real. Then the families of the victims and everyone involved or not involved wanted their piece of Alex Jones. For the years and years and years of aggravation and anxiety he caused by simply telling the truth and supporting the United States, people were in salivating frenzy.

They couldn’t wait to get him for his support of Kyle Rittenhouse, for his stance on forced inoculations and masks, for showing the video of nothing going on in the White House on that January 6th, and a billion other things he did that was against the “system.”

They couldn’t wait to get him in court and they couldn’t wait to get him on the stand because the terrible truth now is that America is no longer and hasn’t been for a very long time, a nation ruled by laws. We have judges and politicians that rule on a whim, cater to friends and family members of the establishment, and if you’re not in the circle then you better have a lot of money. It’s a shame.

And now look what just happened; his lawyer accidentally sends his texts messages to the attorney representing the families of the victims. ARE YOU KIDDING ME? They’re trying to charge him with perjury now.

This is unbelievable, and in my opinion, ridiculous. Alex Jones should not be in court. There are elected officials in our government both past and present who’ve done so much worse and instead of prison time, getting exiled, or getting ripped right from their positions, they’ve been able to keep their jobs without punishment. Yet, they’re intent on making an example out of Alex Jones. Give me a break.

This is beyond a shame but the rest of us can learn from this. We can share our opinions, and if can’t, then we’ve got some serious work to do. We The People are sovereign!

No Justice No Peace; Law and Justice in Pennsylvania Needs Overhaul

I’m appalled, at the Justice system in the State of Pennsylvania. I’m going to share what I think and you tell me if you agree.

Harassment- Harassment is kind of like when you have a problem with another person, and you seek them out to argue with them. Maybe constantly call them on the phone, go to their job, and generally, you just won’t leave that person alone. You’re not hurting them physically, but you’re making their life miserable by harassing them. Calling out names to that person; you’re being a nuisance.

Assault- Assault is when you cross that line, you’re no longer verbal. You’ve become physical. You physically put your hands on another person with or without the intention of doing harm. And there are different degrees of assault depending on the injury suffered by the victim.

Long story short, I walk into a pizzeria, and the owner has an attitude. He leaves the pizza I ordered over the phone-out on the counter, and that’s where it’s sitting when I get there. I ask why the pizza wasn’t put in the oven and he says it takes two minutes, watch I’ll show you. My response is that If there’s going to be an issue with me ordering my food in the future, I’ll go to a different pizzeria.

His response is, “If you don’t want the fucking pizza then get the fuck out. Still at this point I haven’t raised my voice or cursed at him, but eventually, the situation escalates and I’m blasted by another employee who I didn’t see and had a running start. I was knocked almost over a table and fell to the floor. I went outside and called the cops, and I asked the cops to call an ambulance. I suffered injuries and bruising, and I went to the hospital.

The cop on the scene charges me with disorderly conduct/disturbing the peace. How did I disturb the peace when the owner of the shit hole pizza place already disturbed the peace by yelling and cursing at me way before I did, and then he, along with his illegal immigrant employee, attacked me. There was four of them total, and his classy wife was in the background yelling, “That’s what you get for opening your big fucking mouth!”

How did I disturb the peace? I never fought back or raised my hands in defense even while I was being attacked. How do my attackers get to plead guilty to harassment when they physically assaulted me? How is that justice? How is that fair? They weren’t arrested or taken to jail-nothing.

Our court case was today, and I was found guilty of disorderly conduct/disturbing the peace, and fined.

What kind of precedence is this setting? Are we allowed to go around now throwing people to the ground? And in the court of law that’s seen as harassment? Like getting a speeding ticket.

I’m shocked and confused. When the police officer showed up on the scene, he investigated a little bit, and he asked me, “What do you want to do?” I asked, “What do you mean?” He said, “You could probably let this go, but if you pursue the assault charges, then I’m going to charge you with disorderly conduct.”

I said I was attacked in there. How can you charge me with disorderly conduct? I’m the one who called the police. If he wanted me out of his pizzeria he could’ve called the police. He took it upon himself to attack me with his employees, and now I’m pursuing.

The cop said okay. He gave the two people involved a summons for harassment and they plead guilty real quick to free themselves from the assault charge. When I showed up to court today, it was the state vs. me. And the cop called the guy who assaulted me as his witness.

Are you FUCKING kidding me? What kind of backroom politics was this? And honestly, it’s not the first time.