Alex Jones is back to ranting about the gay frogs. He seems to be unnaturally interested in the sex lives of amphibians. This in the context of claiming, without evidence of course, that the Pentagon has created a perfume that turns men gay. Just like the frogs.
ALEX JONES (HOST): Atrazine does have the same effects in mammals as it has in frogs. And it changes areas of the brain associated with the olfactory nerve. That’s the nose, my friend. That’s the part of your brain that hooks to your nose. And everything else that make men feel attracted to other men.
The Pentagon developed a Atrazine-type spray that they would spray. They tested it actually in Iraq. That’s classified but it was — it got leaked. You can pull it up. Gay bomb! They always take like a clip of me going gay bomb, baby! And then I show BBC, but they cut the BBC, and it’s basically a chemical cocktail, not just of Atrazine. They add some other chemicals. It’s classified. But the word is, it’s like, what’s ecstasy’s compound? I forgot. MDMA! They mix that with Atrazine and stuff. And then they spray that on you and you’ll start having sex with a fire hydrant.
I mean, the point is, is that sex is all based not even on visual, men it’s mainly — but it’s smells with women particularly. But they can flip that on. It’s like perfume. You know, everybody knows about that? Well, they’ve got weaponized perfumes, basically, that will make men attracted to other men and they want you to do that so you don’t have kids.
I don’t suppose you have any evidence of this other than the voices in your head, do you Alex? No, of course not. Silly of me even to ask, really. Sorry to waste your time. Let me make it up to you by buying you a big bowl of chili.