Alex Jones’ Misogynist Rant Against Reporter Who Challenged Rand Paul

Alex Jones loves him some Rand Paul and he’s eager to leap to his defense after the senator faced mildly challenging questioning from a CNBC reporter who dared to ask him about his inane statements about vaccines. So naturally, he went on a misogynist rant against the reporter:

“You realize you’re signing on to a system of murder, you little piece of trash, tramp, filth, scum woman,” Jones yelled on his show on Tuesday. “You arrogant piece of garbage! I’m sick of all you people up there lecturing us. She’s the type of woman that wants Super Bowl ads to say, ‘Sorry you had a boy.’ All a bunch of pinhead cult members.”

Jones also called Evans a “media whore” for challenging Paul during an interview on Monday after he told another conservative radio host, Laura Ingraham, he felt most vaccines should be voluntary…

Jones insisted that Paul was “a good guy” and said that both the Kentucky senator and his father, former Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) had “basic morals.”

“They know how dangerous the vaccines are,” Jones argued. “They know what’s in the inserts. They’re not just going to go along with the system and lie.”

While vaccines were a great medical development, Jones said, they were controlled by “the new world order” and were now being promoted by both liberal and conservative surrogates.

Yes, calling her a tramp and a whore totally defeats the argument for vaccines. Congratulations.

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  • peterh

    Jones has got him some weapons-grade stupid.

  • http://kamakanui.zenfolio.com Kamaka

    “You arrogant piece of garbage! I’m sick of all you people up there lecturing us…

    Seriously, I will be laughing all day over this quote. The “trash, filth”, not so much.

  • Doc Bill

    Remember when Howard Stern was considered a “shock jock?” Old Howie seems like Walter Cronkite in comparison!

  • eric

    calling her a tramp and a whore totally defeats the argument for vaccines. Congratulations

    IMO those are the cake that undermines his credibility. The icing on the cake is claiming the New World Order is behind it all. That catapults him from sexist to tinfoil hat wearing sexist.

  • http://motherwell.livejournal.com/ Raging Bee

    Well, we know Rand Paul has the tantrum-throwing-man-baby vote sewed up. (Oh wait, is “sewed up” too feminizing a term to apply to such manly men?) Seriously, this guy’s routine was as close to a full-on tantrum as someone of his physical age can get. (And we’re supposed to trust guys like this with GUNS?!)

    While vaccines were a great medical development, Jones said, they were controlled by “the new world order” and were now being promoted by both liberal and conservative surrogates.

    So he knows damn well vaccines are good, but he still opposes them because they’re “controlled” by people outside his tribe? This is classic, unvarnished anti-progress backwardness.

  • theguy

    “said that both the Kentucky senator and his father, former Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) had ‘basic morals.'”

    hahahahahahahahah…

    What was in Ron Paul’s “newsletters” again?

  • http://motherwell.livejournal.com/ Raging Bee

    The same “basic morals” Alex Jones has always held, that’s what.

  • Pierce R. Butler

    All a bunch of pinhead cult members.

    In the name of the Grand Temple of the Messiah Zippy, I hereby pronounce anathema upon the head and both knees of Alex Jones!

  • busterggi

    Oh sure, right-wingers will use commie, Muslim, socialist, progressive, intellectual, etc as insults but the biggest one they have is anything that calls the target female. Women are who they hate the most.

  • http://howlandbolton.com richardelguru

    “…trash, tramp, filth, scum [GASP!!!] woman…”

    I suppose to that portable penile dysfunction the last insult was the worst thing he could say. I’m surprised he didn’t add “intelligent”, but I suppose he considers that just too horrid a term to use in polite society….

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

    Look, vaccines are good, but the New World Order controls them, so they’re bad. And people who promote vaccines, which are good, are bad because they’re working for the NWO. Rubella, meanwhile, is not controlled by the NWO, so it must be good. That’s just simple logic.

  • dugglebogey

    Women with opinions = promiscuous. Everybody knows that. Well, every chauvinist seems to.

  • dugglebogey

    At he’s opened the door so it’s appropriate to call him a “pencil dick micro penis” in every article from now on.

    Gotta look at the bright side.

  • http://Reallyawakeguy.blogspot.com somnus

    They do have “basic morals.” Tribalism is one of the most basic possible moral systems.

  • caseloweraz

    Somnus: Tribalism is one of the most basic possible moral systems.

    Ah, yes — the neolithic ethic.

  • Synfandel

    So…what’s in the inserts? And what are these ‘inserts’?

  • Synfandel

    caseloweraz, the Pauls don’t have those new-fangled neolithic ethics. These folks are good ol’ paleos.

  • peterh

    the neolithic ethic.

    I’m stealing that!

  • http://motherwell.livejournal.com/ Raging Bee

    The neolethic?

  • CR Jackels

    From Ed’s post yesterday on Rand Paul and vaccinations:

    On Tuesday, Paul further clarified his stance, saying he didn’t say vaccines caused disorders.

    “I did not say vaccines caused disorders, just that they were temporally related — I did not allege causation. I support vaccines, I receive them myself and I had all of my children vaccinated,” Paul said in a statement. “In fact today, I received the booster shot for the vaccines I got when I went to Guatemala last year.”

    Somebody needs to tell Alex Jones that The NWO got to Rand Paul. After all, why would he get vaccinated if he has had somebody like Alex to enlighten him on what’s in those inserts? Fuckin’ crackpot.

  • magistramarla

    Synfandel,

    I assume that when he speaks of inserts, he means those pages of small script warnings about possible reactions and drug interactions that come with every prescription drug nowadays. If we all freaked out at those inserts, no one would ever take prescription drugs again.

  • sigurd jorsalfar

    Childhood diseases are just God’s way of telling a child “I haven’t decided yet whether I want you to continue living.”