In one of the stranger things of 2016, Infowars' Alex Jones has dismissed claims of a conspiracy theory. In a tweet sent on Monday, Jones says that there is "absolutely no evidence" to suggest that Russia hacked the election.
Absolutely no evidence has been produced to substantiate the conspiracy theory. https://t.co/HjrCd1dnAQ— Alex Jones (@RealAlexJones) December 12, 2016
To say this tweet was a bit of a shock to many of Jones' followers was putting it lightly. Many people were utterly stunned to see that Jones, who is generally very sympathetic to most conspiratorial claims, flat-out reject this one.
We're through the looking glass here, people. Alex Jones is trying to debunk something by calling it a conspiracy theory. https://t.co/QVNX3vEQkk— Alex's Goldman (@AGoldmund) December 12, 2016
Are you serious, @RealAlexJones? Did you finally find a conspiracy theory you don't believe?— David G. McAfee (@DavidGMcAfee) December 13, 2016
What is it like to be in your brain right now?
We are through the looking glass, people. Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together, Alex Jones discrediting a conspiracy theory https://t.co/LBAVfkbbJ3— Jason O. Gilbert (@gilbertjasono) December 12, 2016
>alex jones— Festive Woozle???? (@_teitokuma) December 13, 2016
>talking about no evidence for conspiracy theories https://t.co/2ZapEtuMOt
I have lived to see Alex Jones dismiss something the CIA said as an unfounded conspiracy theory. We are through the looking glass now.— Padraic (Parchy) (@ParchmentScroll) December 12, 2016