Alex Jones says Trump has joined the 'New World Order's team' because he got the booster jab

Alex Jones says Trump has joined the 'New World Order's team' because he got the booster jab

Alex Jones has long been known as one of the loudest conspiracy theorist voices, frequently spouting dangerous lies about Sandy Hook or refusing to get the Covid-19 vaccine.

So after one of his heroes, Donald Trump, revealed that he got the coronavirus booster vaccine while speaking to Bill O’Reilly, Jones reacted as a heartbroken teenager would—and turned against him.

Plus, he went on an incoherent rant about Satanic alien attacks while doing a segment for InfoWars.

Ron Filipkowski shared a clip of Alex Jones’ segment on Twitter, in which Jones said: “Hell, we’re fighting Bill Gates and Fauci and Biden and the New World Order and Psaki and the Davos Group ... and now we’ve got Trump on their team!”

Watch for yourself:

Another Twitter user shared a clip of the conspiracy theorist ranting further about Trump, and implying that Covid-19, referred to as “the thing wiping us out,” is “good.”

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“Alex Jones goes off on Donald Trump for continuing to praise deadly ‘vaccines’ and criticizes those complying with a Satanic, off-world alien attack,” read the tweet.

At one point in the video Jones says: "I don't care if you're Donald Trump ... I don't care who you are. You come at children with experimental, Nuremberg Code violating are a terrorist in league with Joseph Mengele."

“Trump created a monster he cannot control,” said one Twitter user of the clip.

Another wrote, “You hear that? Trump is now on the team of the new world order. These Kooks will literally turn on their own leaders the second any one of them, even accidentally, tells the truth. Wild.”

If Jones is this broken up about Donald Trump urging everyone that the Covid-19 vaccine is actually safe, it’s all the more likely his fellow conspiracy theorists are having the same meltdown.

Who would’ve thought Trump would be the model to follow for Republicans where it concerns the vaccine?

If only the elected Republican officials could follow in his footsteps.

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