War Room: Pandemic hosts Steve Bannon and Raheem Kassam acknowledged Alex Jones’ influence on the America First movement during a Monday broadcast.
“I never thought I’d say this,” Kassam said. “But you look at the last 15, 20 years of conservative commentary all across the Western world. You look at people like Alex Jones, who for a decade I thought, ‘Hey, this guy is a nut job.’”
Kassam said he soon realized what many on the internet already knew: Alex Jones was right.
“But you read between the lines of the things he’s sort of trying to communicate in his crazy way, sure…”
“He’s kind of a showman,” Bannon, President Trump’s former White House strategist, noted.
“Never discount Alex Jones’ brilliance, his smarts,” he added.
Kassam then segued into a discussion about how Canadian police arrested Pastor Artur Pawlowski on Saturday, highlighting Jones’ regular point that Christianity is under sustained attack.
In fact, so many things Jones has said have come to pass it’s become a popular internet meme to say, “Alex Jones was right,” when some new horrific development he discussed 10 years ago actually happens.
Alex Jones was right about everything, all of it. The globalists are waging a war on your mind, body, and soul.
— Nicholas J. Fuentes (@NickJFuentes) May 10, 2021
— Sturgill (@AmorousTenBear) April 7, 2021