Alex Jones on how the CIA’s coup plot led to 9/11: “It was like watching a movie”

Alex Jones, one of the most popular and outspoken voices in conspiracy theories, has been on a crusade against the 9/12 attacks.

Jones, a conspiracy theorist, has said he believes the attacks were orchestrated by the CIA.

“I’m sure the CIA is going to be vindicated,” he told CNN’s Jake Tapper on Sunday.

The day after the 9-11 attacks, Jones said, “they staged a coup in the United States of America.

They put people on the streets to force a recall election and the coup that they were going to use against George Bush was a staged coup.”

Jones was not only one of President George W. Bush’s first Cabinet picks, but he also played a key role in the failed attempt to overthrow President Mohamed Morsi of Egypt.

Jones said he saw the attempted coup as “a clear-cut case of treason against the U.S.”

Jones, who has been in prison since 1998 for a 1998 federal drug conspiracy charge, said on Sunday that the 9 to 11 attacks “really happened” and that he was “aghast” that the U:S.

government had not been more proactive in stopping the attacks.

Jones has said the government was behind the failed coup, and he has claimed that the United Kingdom’s government was involved.

In a 2016 interview with the Daily Beast, Jones told host Chuck Todd that the September 11 attacks were the result of “an international conspiracy to take over the U,S.


If you look at the history of 9/13, it’s just the perfect example of what happened on September 11, 2001,” Jones said.

“The 9/14 attacks were just another day in America.

And what we’ve got to remember is that the whole world is watching us right now.

And we need to make sure that the people who are leading us are going to put us on notice.

And that’s what the 9th of July is all about.”

The U.K.’s former foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, told Sky News on Monday that he had never seen the conspiracies claims “with any amount of seriousness.”

“I think it’s nonsense, I think it really is,” he said.

Johnson added that he believed that 9/15 was an “unprecedented day of terror.”

Johnson’s comments came just days after U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said the United Nations was working on a plan to “stop the spread of terrorism around the world.”

Jones has been linked to several conspiracy theories over the years.

In the past, Jones has claimed he was involved in the 9 and 10/11 attacks.

On March 6, 2015, Jones tweeted a link to a video of a clip of a 911 call from the White House where then-FBI Director James Comey is quoted saying “We were not the ones who planted the bombs.”

In a tweet on March 10, 2016, Jones claimed he knew “what the real story is” when a caller asked him what he thought about the 9 attacks.

“What do you think about 9/9?

What do you believe happened?” the caller said, according to Jones’ Twitter bio.

“When you are not in power you know what the real issue is.

If you were in power and you had to make a decision, which one do you pick?

Do you go with what is true or do you go for what you think is the truth?

I have never believed for a second that 9-9-9 is true.”

In December 2015, he tweeted a video claiming to show the 911 attacks “were not an inside job” by the U.: “I am not a 9/7 nut.”

The following year, Jones’ show, Infowars, went so far as to make its own video on the 9.11 attacks and implicate the U government in the attacks, which included the alleged hijacking of Flight 77 over Detroit and the killing of two people at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin.

Since being released from prison, Jones was in hiding, saying he was afraid of being targeted for his political beliefs.

On Saturday, Jones posted a message on his Instagram page about a “coup” in the U., saying: “I have to admit, it felt good.

It felt like we had our day in court.

I have the world’s largest conspiracy theory network, with more than 100 million followers, and I was finally vindicated.”