Banned from Youtube, Alex Jones yells homophobic slurs at frogs urging them to get off his lawn
DALLAS – According to NBC's Megyn Kelly, Alex Jones - the conspiracy theorist and shrieking human hemorrhoid - has struggled with forced retirement since Youtube banned the rightwing shitbag for "polluting the Internet" earlier this year.
Compounding the stress of Jones's expulsion from public life, the hate monger has been dealing with numerous health issues since he famously suffered a massive heart attack on Inauguration Day in January 2017, the day Hillary Rodham Clinton made history by being sworn in as America's first woman president.
Jones' Austin, Texas neighbors could provide few insights into his professional, psychological, or physical wellbeing. But local residents claim to have heard him shouting homophobic slurs at frogs in his backyard.
“The shouting may mean his physical health is improving, but I’m not sure about his emotional well-being,” said Tim Curry, a next door neighbor who said Jones' angry focus on frogs had become "quite disturbing."
"He yells at them: 'You faggy frogs, get off my lawn! Stop hopping around like a bunch of amphibious fairies!' From every stand point, his behavior defies explanation: Frogs obviously speak French, not English. Why would you curse them in a language they don't understand? It's really quite unnerving," said Curry.
“Sometimes we hear him wailing in the middle of the night. Big heaving sobs. It’s quite haunting coming from a grown man. I’ve never even heard my two year old cry like that,” said Juanita Carson, who also lives near by.
Jones has made numerous false statements in the past, including the disgusting assertion that the Sandy Hook massacre never occurred and the preposterous theory that chemicals found in U.S. water are “turning frogs gay.”
While frogs have not responded to these accusations, other targets of Jones' conspiracy theories have responded with lawsuits alleging he's committed libel and incited violence.
A pizza storeowner in D.C. was recently awarded $50 million dollars after Jones falsely accused him and President Clinton of running a child prostitution ring in his restaurant, according to David Brock.
"I expect he'll have to file for bankruptcy," Brock told Axios.
When reached for comment, the pizza storeowner replied, “some people have said filing a lawsuit against a man who just had a heart attack is cold-hearted. But as a precious snowflake, my being cold-hearted shouldn’t be surprising.”