Heads will EXPLODE as Tucker announces interview with Alex Jones

Controversial internet personality Alex Jones was banned from Twitter in 2018 but will make his return to the renamed platform in an interview with Tucker Carlson.

On Wednesday, Carlson teased what could be the biggest installment of “Tucker on X” yet, posting a clip of the Infowars bad boy predicting the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001, BEFORE it actually took place, an interview that will undoubtedly set off a cavalcade of exploding heads from those who want to silence the bombastic Jones.

“Alex Jones predicted 9-11, in detail and on camera, months before it happened. How did he do that? And why did the government decide to destroy him after he did? The full interview Thursday,” Carlson wrote in his post to X, formerly Twitter.

“We know the Joint Chiefs of Staff wanted to blow up airliners,” a young Jones said in the July 2001 clip, referring to the infamous Operation Northwoods. “If you let some terrorist group do it, like the World Trade Center, we know who to blame.”

“He’s the boogeyman we need,” he said of “CIA asset” Osama bin Laden, the terrorist mastermind and al Qaeda chief.

Jones has been the target of a relentless censorship, smearing, and legal campaign to destroy and bankrupt him, using his commentary on the 2012 mass shooting at Connecticut’s Sandy Hook Elementary School as a pretense to banish him from the public sphere.

For years, the filmmaker and podcaster has made the globalist elite very uncomfortable and is looking less like a “conspiracy theorist” with each passing day as his warnings of a dystopian predatory ruling class are now mainstream media headlines.

Reactions to Carlson’s big announcement of his very special guest poured in.

The Tucker-Jones sit-down will likely only intensify the establishment’s campaign to destroy X owner Elon Musk with extreme prejudice and the collective meltdown will likely be nuclear after the episode airs on Thursday.

Chris Donaldson


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