What Does the Alex Jones Verdict Say About Free Speech?

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What sort of a message does this send about free speech? Because Alex Jones was allowed to say what he said. He hasn't been charged with a crime. He hasn't been charged with murder he didn't pull that trigger. And the question is, are we heading down a very dangerous path when it comes to free speech in America? Here's my take on it. The people who should have punished Alex Jones are in fact his listeners and his readers. They're the ones who were duped, they're the ones who got sucked into all of this stuff. And yet they still support the guy, they still read his stuff. They listen to the shows they do whatever they're going to do. And that's how he's able to make his money. But I do look at how the media basically they're accusing him of perpetrating a lie. All right, that's it. In a nutshell, he perpetrated a lie. All right, well, why is it, why is Nicholas Sandman from coven to Catholic high school? Why isn't he getting a $1 billion settlement? Why is it Kyle rittenhouse, who the mainstream media lied about him? Where is his $1 billion settlement? What about president Trump? They've lied about the president over and over and over and over and over and over and over again. What about what about the $1 billion every time you've got people on CNN or MSD and C or any of the other channels? Knowingly perpetrating falsehoods. So all I'm saying is this opens up a Pandora's box. But ultimately, you know, we Alex Jones has to, he has to live his life. He has to go to bed at night. He's got to look at himself in the mirror. But I will say this, what was done to those parents was evil downright evil, and I wouldn't wish that on anybody. Could you

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