MSNBC Blames Boston Bombing on “Deeply Racist” Alex Jones
Claims Tsarnaev brothers inspired by talk show host, who is “getting paid to be racist”
Paul Joseph Watson
August 14, 2013
MSNBC engaged in one of the most egregious and defamatory hit pieces in its entire history earlier today when host Alex Wagner and guests all but blamed Alex Jones for the Boston bombings, claiming with no evidence that the Tsarnaev brothers were inspired to carry out the attack by the “deeply racist” Jones and his website.
“Alex Jones may sound crazy, but he has 300 million people that have watched him on YouTube,” said Wagner, characterizing Jones as “deeply racist,” despite the fact that Jones has preached a message of peaceful, non-violent inclusiveness for the best part of two decades.
“These folks are getting paid to be racist,” remarked former Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele, as MSNBC showed a screenshot of Infowars.com. Steele went on to claim that only a “small percentage” of people read Infowars despite the fact that it gets more web traffic than MSNBC.com.
Neither Steele or Wagner presented a single example of Alex Jones being “racist,” a shred of evidence that he was “getting paid to be racist,” nor was any proof offered that the Tsarnaev brothers were fans of Infowars.com.
On the contrary, Alex Jones and Infowars are renowned for communicating a message of non-violence and racial harmony, stemming back from the 90′s when Alex Jones protested against and bullhorned the Ku Klux Klan.
In comparison, MSNBC is part owned by General Electric, a titan of the military-industrial complex and one of the biggest arms manufacturers on the planet – not to mention a key Obama campaign contributor. Who exactly is promoting violence?