Each episode, Dan and Jordan take a look at some clips from that day's Alex Jones Show and struggle to make sense of what they find.
#606: June 18-19, 2003
Today, Dan and Jordan stick around in the past to learn a bit about Alex Jones. In this installment, Alex floats an outrageous 9/11 conspiracy theory, misreports at least two Supreme Court decisions, and takes (bad) aim at UNESCO.
#605: June 17, 2003
Today, Dan and Jordan take a little jaunt back to the past. In this installment, Alex freestyles a bunch of incorrect facts, lies about Porton Down, and warns that special education classes are a plot to kidnap children.
#604: October 5, 2021
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on the deteriorating situation on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex makes up a giant story about a video one of his interns found on C-SPAN, interviews a mega-creep, and announces that he's going to have to sell his tank.
#603: October 3-4, 2021
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on the present day of The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex needs money, multiple power-point presentations get discussed, and Alex really, really needs money right now.
#602: Sandy Hook Response
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex Jones' response to the news that he lost multiple court cases. Also, the gents chat with Mark Bankston, lead counsel for the Sandy Hook family members who sued Alex.
#601: June 16, 2003
Today, Dan and Jordan dip back into the past. In this installment, Alex horribly fumbles a story that he could have nailed, gets suspiciously defensive about how he cut his finger over the weekend, and is super condescending toward a guest from Harper's who mysteriously agreed to be on the show.
The dissection of hubris.
I admire Dans rational, deconstruction of & patience required to listen to countless hours of Alex. Jordan’s frequent bewilderment is certainly matched by my own. Love this show.
Hilarious, thought provoking, and 1000+ hours?!
Hello Guys, I’m a first time reviewer, I’m a huge fan. I love your work!
Great dudes. Great podcast.
Grade-A semantic rabbit holes. And I mean that as a compliment.