Alex Jones Calls Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump ‘Enemies of the Republic’
Alex Jones and Roger Stone blamed “President” Jared Kushner for the Syrian airstrike ordered by his father-in-law, Donald Trump.
The InfoWars founder hosted the infamous political strategist on his Friday program to discuss the military action.
The conversation followed a whirlwind of conspiracies from Syria to the White House, to Manhattan and Silicon Valley. Jones also blamed Kushner and his wife, Ivanka Trump, for all the setbacks the president has experienced in his first few months in office.
“It’s them, it’s them,” Jones shouted. “It’s his daughter and son-in-law who are literally enemies of the Republic!”
Stone took a more composed, but still equally unhinged stance. The former Washington lobbyist suggested that Bashar al-Assad’s use of chemical weapons, which prompted Trump’s military action, could’ve been staged as part of an elaborate scheme to drag the United States into another war in the Middle East.
Both Jones and Stone also expressed frustration with Steve Bannon’s recent demotion from the National Security Council. The InforWars host and his guest appeared to see eye to eye with the majority of the mainstream media and left-wing publications on the fact that Bannon is being pushed out Trump’s inner circle due to an ideological feud with Kushner.
“Bannon’s a fighter, and I do think he will survive, but what we have to figure out is whether his role is diminished,” Stone said. “One obvious problem is that he really hasn’t spent any capital to bring other nationalists who supported Trump into the White House.”
Stone insists Bannon would never have given the go-ahead to bomb the Syrian government’s airfield, and that Kushner is a closet Democrat.
“He [Kushner] is surrounded by weak, floppish, left-wing New York Socialists,” Jones said, to which Stone elaborated on.
“Meanwhile, we see Jared dining with the head of Google with one of the toniest restaurants in Manhattan,” Stone said. “This is more disturbing to me than anything else because the future of the Trump administration and his efforts to make America great again completely pivot off access to the ‘net and the ability to rally the same people who elected him.”
He added: “I don’t think his motives are bad, I just think his political judgment is not sound.
Jones wasn’t as sympathetic to Kushner, however. Throughout the conversation, he repeatedly used terms like “enemies of the state” and “globalists” to indicate to his listeners that Kushner, who is Jewish, was working to undermine his father-in-law’s presidency.
Stone is currently under investigation for possible ties to Russian intelligence and has a Netflix documentary, Get Me Roger Stone, coming on May 12.
Jones and Stone aren’t the only Trump supporters disappointed with the president’s actions. Check out some of the tweets from conservative figureheads below.
Trump campaigned on not getting involved in Mideast. Said it always helps our enemies & creates more refugees. Then he saw a picture on TV.
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) April 7, 2017
— Greg Call (@itsgregman) April 7, 2017
Many Trump voters will be worried about this military intervention. Where will it end?
— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) April 7, 2017