On the June 8, 2012 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex Jones said (at 14:15):
“I’m not gonna sit by and be told I’ve got to worship Mitt Romney. It ain’t happening. And it’s not that I love Obama. It’s just that this trick has worn out here.“
Yet, during Occupy Bilderberg 2012, when Alex Jones interviewed regular guest and fellow GCN talk show host, Webster Tarpley, he asked him, in response to hearing enough of his criticism of Ron Paul (at 9:37):
“So Obama’s gonna save us?“
Just a week later, Alex Jones admitted to using an establishment trick, when he tried to pigeonhole Tarpley as a supporter of the other party’s establishment-approved candidate.
His question was all the more ridiculous, since he knew very well that Tarpley had written the book, “Obama: The Postmodern Coup: The Making of a Manchurian Candidate,” and was not even remotely a supporter of Obama.
As I mentioned in my article, Alex Jones engaged in childish behaviour for the next 10 minutes because he didn’t like what Tarpley was saying, and a week later, indirectly admitted to using an establishment trick on Tarpley.