News icon calls on President & Hillary to relinquish Secret Service protection


As the White House prepares more executive orders on gun control, Matt Drudge has sensationally challenged President Obama to give up his armed Secret Service protection.

During an impromptu appearance on the Alex Jones Show, Drudge also called on Hillary Clinton to relinquish her armed bodyguards.

“They’re all armed themselves, or they all have that security around them themselves. They don’t have to worry about [danger.] I challenge Hillary, take away your Secret Service. Take it away now. Take away your Secret Service; dismiss them. Have no security around you; have no guns around you, Hillary. I dare you. I dare you,” said Drudge.

“Obama, same thing. Drop your guns, Obama. Take your Secret Service away, Obama. Take it all away. Leave the White House unguarded, Obama. Let everybody know there’s no guns on the White House grounds, Obama.”

Drudge said that if either Hillary or Obama did this, within 30 seconds they would “no longer be on planet Earth.”

“So they’re asking us to drop our guns and to drop our security measures, or–or what?” said Drudge, adding that only “sick Americans” would support a move for widespread gun control.

“You can’t underestimate the sickness of the American people right now. They’re really sick. I’m more angry at the sick Americans than I am at Obama or Hillary. I’m really angry at the sick Americans,” said Drudge.

Earlier this week, the White House confirmed that Obama was preparing a series of new executive orders on gun control in the aftermath of last week’s shooting at the Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon.

Residents of Roseburg responded by accusing the President of political grandstanding and vowing to protest his planned visit. A Facebook page set up to protest against the visit features an image of a doormat which reads “Not Welcome”.


Global Migrant Crisis Escalating – by Design!


Pope ushers in global government!

by The Alex Jones Show | September 7, 2015

Published on Sep 7, 2015

On this Sunday, September 6 edition of the Alex Jones Show, we take a look at Alex’s “Total Emergency Alert Update: Global meltdown begins,” a video posted on Saturday on the heels of a previous warning in June explaining how the destabilization of social and political systems orchestrated by the global elite imperils humanity. On this worldwide transmission we also break down the migrant crisis in Europe as the Pope demands churches across Europe open their doors to refugees driven out of Syria by the US-Saudi backed proxy war there. Other stories include the US State Department warning Russia to not help the besieged al-Assad regime in Syria and the global elite fine tuning new debt scams to consolidate wealth and drive the people of the world into poverty and desperation.

Here’s a break down of the migrant crisis in Europe as the Pope demands churches across the world open their doors to refugees driven out of Syria by the US-Saudi backed proxy war.

Other topics covered include the U.S. State Department warning Russia not to help the besieged al-Assad regime in Syria and how the global elite fine-tune new debt scams to consolidate wealth and drive the global population into poverty and desperation.

Pope ushers in global government!

by The Alex Jones Show | September 7, 2015

Mainstream Media Caught Lying About Jade Helm Critics

Corporate media launches disinfo campaign against Infowars, Alex Jones


The mainstream media is attacking critics of Operation Jade Helm, including Alex Jones and Infowars, in an attempt to steer public opinion in favor of the domestic military drill.

For example, in an article entitled As Jade Helm 15 Military Exercise Begins, Texans Keep Watch ‘Just in Case’, the New York Times referenced a non-existent Infowars “report” to claim that Infowars “suggested the name Helm was an acronym for Homeland Eradication of Local Militants,” but a quick search on Google reveals zero Infowars reports making that statement.

In fact, the only reference to that statement on Infowars.com was made by an Infowars reader named Luke who posted a link to an All News Pipeline article not affiliated with Infowars which made that claim.

To put that into perspective, that’d be like if the Zulu Times, for example, claimed The Los Angeles Messenger made “XYZ” statement because a commenter on a L.A. Messenger article posted a link to a Topeka Dispatch report making that claim.

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Not surprising, the New York Times doesn’t link to the Infowars “report” because it doesn’t exist.

Other news outlets are simply attempting to discredit Jones outright as Jade Helm commences.

Salon, for example, claimed that Jones’ rants against political correctness could get gay people “killed.”

“Seriously speaking, it’s eliminationist rhetoric like this that gets people killed,” Salon’s Bob Cesca wrote.

And in what’s perhaps the most bizarre example, a July 15 report by Top Secret Writers claims a “YouTube video featuring Alex Jones” attacked the U.S. Marines’ Toys For Tots program even though Jones is not in the 2008 video embedded in the article and it wasn’t produced by anyone affiliated with Infowars.

It appears that instead of having a rational debate over Jade Helm, the mainstream media would rather use fallacious ad hominem attacks against its critics.