Alex Jones: Vegas Shootings a False Flag

As usual, Alex Jones immediately declared the shooting of two cops and a civilian in Las Vegas to be a false flag operation designed to discredit conspiracy theorists like him. And of course, it’s going to cause another civil war, which is exactly what the killers were trying to do. In related news, the Super Bowl last year was also a false flag operation.

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  • cptdoom

    You know, it is just not a good thing if you have to tell your audience “don’t kill cops.” One would think that not murdering people would be a self-evident course of action.

  • laplanck

    Of course last year’s Super Bowl was a false flag operation, Ed! USC is out from under sanctions now, Pete Carroll is coming off an NFL title, and when Steve Sarkisian mucks it up for the Trojans this year, they can fire him and bring back the glory days! Surely you can see the wheels within the wheels here.

  • busterggi

    No real conservative would go around intimidating people in public with guns, let alone using those guns, or Gadsden flags or preaching white supremecy calling for a patriotic revolution against the legally elected government or at least secession from it. Nope, the Tea Party is just full of crazy-ass liberals.

  • Gvlgeologist, FCD

    If Alex Jones ever loses his temper and shoots someone, he’s going to declare it a false flag operation.

  • Crip Dyke, Right Reverend Feminist FuckToy of Death & Her Handmaiden

    Alex Jones knows the Super Bowl is a false-flag operation any year that Detroit doesn’t win.

    Likewise, any violence that doesn’t kill Alex Jones is a false flag operation by the government.

    Any killing of Alex Jones is just an obvious operation by the government.

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    Gvlgeologist, FCD “If Alex Jones ever loses his temper and shoots someone, he’s going to declare it a false flag operation.”

    FutureAlex Jones ~ “I set myself up just to make me look bad!”

  • Trebuchet

    Cranks like Jones are constantly claiming the black helicopters are coming to put them in FEMA camps. Sometimes I wish it was true.

  • Loqi

    It’s so nice to live in a country with zero crime. Sure, there are a lot of “crimes” that are just false flags, but no actual crime.

  • dugglebogey

    Nobody cares to find out where or how a convicted felon managed to obtain a shopping cart full of weapons?

  • grumpyoldfart

    In Australia we had mass killings every couple of years until the Government restricted gun ownership – and not one mass killing in the 18 years since then.

  • comfychair

    Alex Jones has watched The Matrix a few too many times and thinks he’s Morpheus.

  • DaveL

    The far right is like the old Mission: Impossible series. If any of them is caught or killed (while committing an atrocity), the echo chamber will disavow any knowledge of their actions.

  • comfychair

    Or… ‘Anything that makes paranoid libertarian fascists look bad is a false-flag operation.’

    I think there’s just too many layers of pathology goin’ on here to ever really figure this dude out.

  • D. C. Sessions

    Nobody cares to find out where or how a convicted felon managed to obtain a shopping cart full of weapons?

    It might be news if a convicted felon couldn’t obtain a shopping cart full of weapons, but if it ever happens you can be sure that the NRA will appeal all the way to the Supreme Court to make sure it never happens again.

    Chances are, that’s how it’ll work out, too. Even felons, after all, are allowed to defend themselves — it’s been that way since the Founding of the country.

  • Electric Shaman

    @ the naive grumpyoldfart

    As anyone with the real truth knows, Obama went back in time and committed the Port Arthur Massacre. He then impersonated John Howard and passed the new restrictive gun laws so that in 2014 he could point to the lack of mass shootings in Australia since that time as a reason to take away our God given guns, implement Shariah law, and put us all in FEMA camps with affordable healthcare for everyone. When the Space Lizards are running everything, Alex Jones and I will try to resist the urge to say “We told you so”.

  • comfychair

    @#15: You forgot the “WAKE UP, SHEEPLE!!!!111” at the end.

  • http://polrant@blogspot.com democommie

    @9:

    Well, Nevada has pretty permissive firearms laws–as do all of it’s neighbors, except CA. They may inspect vehicles at some of the border crossings, to see if someone is trying to smuggle protected desert plants and the like but they ain’t lookin’ for teh gunz, ‘cept and CA and U.S. Border crossings.

    Remember:

    Gunz don’t kill people; decent, honest, GODfearin’ folks who have been pushed past the breaking point by ObamaFEMA Nannybootedjackthugs kill people.

  • freehand

    grumpyoldfart: In Australia we had mass killings every couple of years until the Government restricted gun ownership – and not one mass killing in the 18 years since then.

    .

    The control of illegal gun sales and smuggling were also tightened up considerably, and it’s not clear whether tighter legal ownership controls or illegal firearms possession made more difference. Or whether one can actually have one without the other.

    .

    Has non-firearm violent crime also dropped? US gun nuts will insist that criminals will just use machetes or pipes to commit their violence.* I heard that the suicide rate has remained about the same, but it’s easier to kill oneself with a clothesline than it is to use one to commit mass murder.

    .

    Also, while violent crime has dropped in the US since the 1980s, total violence has not dropped nearly as much as the homicide rate. The trauma medicine we have learned from all our wars has saved the lives of many attempted murder victims, and presumably Australian doctors are at least as good.

    .

    * While simultaneously insisting that machetes are insufficient for home defense and hunting.

  • Synfandel

    For an outsider’s perspective on this shooting, I recommend this column by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s Washington Bureau Chief, Neil Macdonald.

    ‘Open carry,’ NRA-induced paralysis, the growing paranoia around U.S. gun laws

  • Synfandel

    grumpyoldfart wrote:

    In Australia we had mass killings every couple of years until the Government restricted gun ownership – and not one mass killing in the 18 years since then.

    We have much tighter gun control in Canada than the almost non-existent gun control in the US, but we still have some violent incidents. We suffer from having a very long, very porous border with the US. Most of the gun crime in Canada is committed with firearms imported illegally from south of the border.

  • http://polrant@blogspot.com democommie

    “Has non-firearm violent crime also dropped? US gun nuts will insist that criminals will just use machetes or pipes to commit their violence.* I heard that the suicide rate has remained about the same, but it’s easier to kill oneself with a clothesline than it is to use one to commit mass murder.”

    I think the data from both CDC and the folks in the suicide prevention business suggests that suicide attempts have probably gone up, but the lethality of suicide by gun is much more likely than by other means, witness the number of “attempts” that leave the person whole and treatable.

    And, yes, the quality and availability of trauma care have both made a huge difference in the number of deaths from both firearms and motor vehicle accidents. Gunzloonz love to conflate the number of highway deaths with PROOF that cars are just as DEADLY as gunz. Aside from the fact that usage data indicate an enormous difference in how much, where and under what conditions both vehicles and firearms are used there is the OTHER fact: living without a car is damned difficult in a lot of places.

    My Ranger’s been off the road for almost a year due to mechanical, financial and physical problems. Without the vehicle it’s damned inconvenient to shop for groceries and building materials, make appointments at the Syracuse VA (40 miles distant with shitty transportation options) or decide to run downtown to have a couple of beers or a bite to eat. OTOH, not having a gun for 64+ years has never kept me from living a full life.