How right-wing commentators like Alex Jones ride mainstream media outlets to fame and fortune
When mainstream media outlets decide to interview right-wing trolls like Jones, they're paving the way for the fringe's future success.
I was on mushrooms the first time I heard Alex Jones’s voice.
It was the Summer of 2005, and I was living in a house with some friends in Decatur, Ill. Sprawled out on a couch in my living room and worried about the possibility of a bad trip, I stared intently at the TV. Richard Linklater’s 2001 film Walking Life was on.
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