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Piers Morgan Invites Alex Jones, Creator of the Petition to Deport Him, on His Show So He Can Be Attacked in Person: VIDEO


Piers Morgan invites Alex Jones, the 9/11 Truther behind the White House petition seeking to deport Morgan for his anti-gun advocacy, on his show for a "proper" debate, but quickly learns that Jones doesn't know how to have one. The show quickly turns into a wrath-fest aimed at Morgan.

"1776 will commence again" if guns are taken away, Jones explodes.

"You're a hatchet man of the new world order. You're a hatchet man! And I want to say this right here. You think you're a tough guy? Have me back with a boxing ring in here. I'll wear red white and blue, and you wear your jolly roger."

Watch the explosive interview, AFTER THE JUMP...

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  1. This guys (and others like him) are nothing more than a powerless, fat, middle aged heterosexual, white man with a hero complex. He's realized that he will never be anyone of any importance or signifigance and he is inheriting a country where fat, middle aged, heterosexual white men are losing control of everything to the minority/majority, instead of "coming to their own" sense of power, control and entitlement. The closest he will ever get to holding the "power" his ancestors had is whatever he can shoot out of a gun and into someone else (problaby preferably black, mexican, or gay, you know, the enemy).

    Posted by: Natamaxxx | Jan 8, 2013 11:52:57 AM

  2. A stunning example of the type of unbalanced person who should not be allowed to own a gun.

    Posted by: Mike | Jan 8, 2013 11:58:36 AM

  3. Jonathon - good point on right wing radio. My dad has turned into a nut job who ruined christmas dinner arguing crazy talking points to prove Obama is not a citizen. Did you know his birth certificate was typed by a different typewriter than all the other birth certificates? My dad voted for Clinton in 92. He started listening to right wing talk radio when a new job added a 2 hour daily commute.

    Posted by: brad | Jan 8, 2013 12:07:12 PM

  4. Trying to have a reasonable debate with a 2nd Amendment absolutust is like trying to debate religion and the bible with a Phelps lunatic. It can't be done. But it probably helps to undermine their cause by allowing people to see just how crazy they are.

    Posted by: andrew | Jan 8, 2013 12:14:53 PM

  5. Well.. he sure isn't mental health to own a gun (let alone 50+). And good job on Piers for completely discrediting him with one question about his beliefs on 9/11

    Posted by: N | Jan 8, 2013 12:23:51 PM

  6. @Andrew: I'll take it two steps further, 2nd Amendment absolutism is a religion that is not a choice.

    Posted by: Diogenes Arktos | Jan 8, 2013 1:10:40 PM

  7. You people are funny. Jones of course is an entertainer. Who knows what he's really all about, nothing would surprise me, including if he was some kind of intelligence organization asset. That said, if you actually listened to him, he made perfectly legitimate points. As for the government poisoning citizens with drugs, his actual point is we have way too many people, especially kids and young adult, all hopped up on dangerous psychotropic drugs, and that this very much plays a major role in many acts of violence and suicides, which are epidemic. This is a bad situation, and it isn't adequately discussed and no attempt is made to remedy the situation because the big pharma corporations make VERY BIG $ off th drugs [and the federal government helps subsidize this business model]. NO mainstream media source is going to seriously question this widespread drug use because of the huge $ made from pharma advertising. Likewise, their lobbying organizations own politicians in D.C. and state capitals. This is not a wild conspiracy, it's in fact the truth.

    Morgan doesn't impress me in the slightest. Aside from the fact he had to run out of the UK because of nefarious sh*t he did their, his claim that he remains sedate in interviews like this one with Jones is he wants to have a rational discussion. In fact, he simply ignored everything Jones said, and most of what he said was in fact legitimate and rational, if not his delivery. Morgan's mantra is England has low 'gun crime'. That's it. He of course neglects to mention England has high rates of violent crime in general, especially in it's urban areas, lots of serious assaults, robberies, etc., including plenty of 'knife crime' as they quaintly call it. And in fact people do routinely get prosecuted for DEFENDING themselves in their own homes during assaults and robberies. This is all 100% true. Why anyone would take Morgan seriously, let alone as a paragon of virtue and truth is beyond me. The guy is despised in the UK.

    Posted by: ratbastard | Jan 8, 2013 1:34:16 PM

  8. As for 9/11:

    Is Jones a disinfo agent of some kind or trolling for some group? Who knows, nothing would surprise me in this world. I personally believe the Westboro Church people are in fact mega trolls and this will eventually co me out. That said, who here is absolutely sure they know the 100% truth about what happened @ 9/11? Who reading this believes absolutely the official version of events? I don't. I think our government, major institutions public and private lie all the time, and cover up all the time. I think a lot of what we've been taught about historical events is in fact outright lies or at best very flawed and inaccurate, usually through the sin of omission. We are all fed a steady stream of half truth propaganda from all sides all the time, from the moment we're born. We're all brainwashed from birth. And I don't consider this 'conspiracy nut' [READ: right-wingnut sh*t in progressive-speak], I think it's simply reality.

    I have no hard opinions or feelings about this Jone's guy at all. He's most likely just a showman/entertainer [which he has to be to do his job everyday...what he does on radio show day after day isn't easy to do and requires him to entertain as much as pass on information]. By comparison, I find Morgan to be at best droll, an outright bore. Even if I agree with 99% of what he says, I'd still admit the guy is very dull to watch and listen to. Some people think this translates into sophistication, and it doesn't. Morgan in reality is a fully exposed sleazebag in the UK. It's the #1 reason why he's over here in the U.S. now. Some Americans of course SWOON over anyone with a English accent, which they equate with sophistication; my mom was born and raised in England, so I'm immune to that childish, ignorant cr*p.

    Posted by: ratbastard | Jan 8, 2013 1:49:15 PM

  9. Maybe Alex should smoke another box of cigarettes. Geez. What a whack job.

    Posted by: Rick A. | Jan 8, 2013 2:15:15 PM

  10. I wouldn't be surprised if Jones has rooms in house covered in newspaper clippings, a whiteboard with rants about fluoride & mind control, and a shrine to Jodie Foster.

    Posted by: FuryOfFirestorm | Jan 8, 2013 2:35:59 PM

  11. This should be shown everywhere as the prime example of the lunacy of the extreme right wing. Exhibit A.

    Posted by: Jim | Jan 8, 2013 3:26:54 PM

  12. What Alex Jones did was make the term Democide go viral. Google it like he said. Track it but most of all spread the word about with the weblinks below. It is our best argument against gun control by far.
    This is the largest database of Democide death/murder by government on the net after disarmament.262,000,000 million slaughtered by their own governments.6 times more murdered by their own governments than those killed in ALL THE WARS IN THE LAST CENTURY COMBINED. Think about for a minute. Are you going to turn in any weapon if they are banned? Anyone that says "Oh but that could never happen here, this is the USA" is historically unaware.
    Democide is the best argument against any kind of restrictions or gun bans of any kind in my opinion.

    Posted by: Galloping Libertarian | Jan 8, 2013 3:35:38 PM

  13. Will americans want to Deport Alex Jones instead?

    The "Deport Alex Jones" page on facebook is already growing

    Posted by: Mans | Jan 8, 2013 4:05:09 PM

  14. that was beautiful!

    it's like having an internet troll on television! since they can't make an intelligent point to save their life, they yell, move goalposts, make strawman arguments, change the subject entirely, avoid, evade, play victim and then scream.

    this was an hilarious and depressing interview. hilarious because he's so stupid he proves everyone else right, and depressing because grown men like this actually exist.

    Posted by: LittleKiwi | Jan 8, 2013 4:13:03 PM

  15. To deport him won't work because no country will let him in. May be send him to a madhouse.

    Posted by: simon | Jan 8, 2013 4:14:38 PM

  16. Unfortunately, you can't deport a U.S. citizen. Maybe we can offer him a trip to Venus. Just don't tell him that the Russians landed a spacecraft there in 1970 and the surface temperature is hot enough to melt lead. Spacecraft that have landed there did not survive very long.

    If Alex Jones hears about the temperature, just tell him its a "global warming" thing, and let him decide whether to believe the numbers.

    Posted by: Bill | Jan 8, 2013 9:01:57 PM

  17. Oh yeah! That twit is sane enough to own the fifty plus guns he thinks he needs to "protect" his family. Certainly he is! I can sleep so much better now just knowing that him and his ilk are so well armed. Assault guns for everyone. The crazier the better. Sheesh!

    Posted by: Mike | Jan 8, 2013 9:26:15 PM

  18. Who could it be...? Could it be..... SATAN?!?

    Posted by: KC | Jan 8, 2013 11:51:34 PM

  19. u know, I think this guy is completely insane, and while watching the first video (i could not stomach the second), I went through a range of emotions, from being surprised, to laughing out loud, getting sad, and worried, and angry... so I do not think he has much or any credibility, because of the way he behaved... and I do think his guys should be deported, I mean, confiscated...

    having said all that I also agree with RatBastard's first message (as I have not seen the second video, I can't say I agree with the specifics of his second message, bu totally understand and agree with the gist)... I think the guys is onto something, as far as government and industry control, but his delivery is the wrong method... complicated issue... these two, together in a room, makes me saddened and worried about America... maybe I want to deport myself now...

    Posted by: V-8 | Jan 9, 2013 8:05:43 AM

  20. guns, not guys

    Posted by: V-8 | Jan 9, 2013 8:06:11 AM

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