Alex Jones has alienated many in the alternative research community, as evidenced by his fallouts with Jack Blood, Jeff Rense, Michael Rivero, Ted Pike, Catherine Bleish, Texe Marrs, Dr. Len Horowitz and Dr. Rebecca Carley.
Now add Mark Dice to the list. Here are some highlights from his public statement (emphasis mine):
“That was April of 2011, and after six years of being a regular on the show every few months, all of a sudden I stopped getting asked to come on, and he stopped stocking my books after our misunderstanding, which we supposedly got through, but apparently he still decided he was done with me. That’s the gist of it.“
“In my opinion he has to do everything he can to increase his web hits and increase ad revenue because he has so much overhead since the infowars studios grew so big with such a large facility. He’s a conspiracy shock jock entertainer basically, that’s why “everything” is a conspiracy and he doesn’t debunk anything because that’s not fun and exciting radio like talking about how a Swat Team is going to come to your house at any moment to confiscate your guns.“
For more on Alex Jones, see my articles:
1) If Alex Jones is such a threat to the NWO, why is he so sure “I’ll be here in 20 years”?
2) Alex Jones to Gary Franchi: If you ever backbite me, I’ll squish you like a bug and you’ll be dead in this movement
3) George Whitehurst-Berry uncovers some interesting information on Alex Jones
4) Why Dr. Rebecca Carley won’t be back on the Alex Jones Show
5) A glaring omission: Stephen Lendman never invited onto Coast to Coast AM or the Alex Jones Show
6) Alex Jones’ childish behaviour when Webster Tarpley criticized Ron Paul at Bilderberg 2012