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Alex Jones Calls Judge A Tyrant In Court


The Alex Jones Sandy Hook defamation trial hasn’t been short on entertainment

Before Jones’ civil trial even took place the Judge already declared to the jury that Jones’ was guilty.

Well, in the latest proceedings Jones was questioned over a meme that depicted the judge overseeing the case as a tyrant.

Here’ was Jones’ epic response:

The New York Post added these details to the story:

Alex Jones was grilled on the stand Thursday for calling the judge in his Sandy Hook defamation trial a “tyrant” — and confronted with an Infowars meme that showed her with lasers shooting out of her eyes.

An attorney for families of victims — who are suing Jones for calling the 2012 Connecticut school shooting a hoax — asked the conspiracy theorist whether he believed presiding Judge Barbara Bellis was a tyrant, and if he calls a lot of people that.

“Only when they act like it,” Jones replied.

The plaintiffs’ attorney, Chris Mattei, followed up by directing Jones’ attention to a meme shared on his Infowars site depicting the judge with lasers coming out of her eyes, alongside the word “Contempt!”

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“One way that you’ve been conveying to your audience that Judge Bellis has been acting like a tyrant is by showing her with lasers coming out of her eyes, right?” Mattei asked, as the image was shown on a screen inside the courtroom and Bellis herself looked on.

“I didn’t direct that,” Jones, 48, responded. “The first time I saw it was in court.”

Besides bumping heads with the Judge, Alex has also had some back and forth with the plaintiff’s attorneys.

Take a look:


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