Alex Jones Asks Sandy Hook Parents To Show Some Compassion Toward His Ad Revenues
Infowars founder Alex Jones today pleaded with the parents of Sandy Hook victims to show some compassion towards his ad revenues.
The request came as a legal battle over Jones's public comments on the mass shooting of 26 children continued in a Connecticut courthouse.
Speaking to reporters on his way out of the courthouse, Mr. Jones appealed to the parents to "think of the ad revenues I will never again be able to hold in my hands if this defamation suit proves successful". Mr. Jones then embarked on a prolonged lament for the the ad revenues he would never watch grow into adulthood, graduate from college or start a family.
Mr. Jones, who has accused the Sandy Hook parents of complicity in an "elaborate hoax" devised by "gun grabbers", has requested that the presiding judge take a measured approach in balancing his first amendment rights against the privacy rights of the plaintiffs.
Later on his radio show, a shirtless Mr. Jones asked the parents to consider the hurt and anguish the trial was causing his 2.3m Youtube channel subscribers.