Alex Jones Wants "1776 To Commence" But Isn't That Treason?

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English: Alex Jones outside Bilderberg meeting taken by is own crew. Fair Use non-Copywrited. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The United States Constitution, Article 3, Section:

“Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.” The Constitution

For the moment, let me overlook Alex Jones‘ anti-semitic and crackpot ramblings about the New World Order. Chris T. pointed out to us today that he is just a dancing monkey to entertain libertarian conspirators :Alex Jones Is A Dancing Monkey and Alex Jones Is a Paranoid Narcissistic Dancing Monkey. It’s all fun and games but if you did like I did last night, and watched Alex’s interview/”debate” with Piers Morgan. Jones insisted several times that “1776 would commence again” but does he really understand what he’s saying. For 1776 to happen again, a group of citizens must agree to take up arms and risk their lives against a legitimate government (and for a sillier reason no doubt).

Also, I must ask, isn’t Piers Morgan guilty in giving Alex Jones and Sheriff Joe platforms? He should be deported just for that!

What say you? Is Alex Jones advocating treason?

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4 thoughts on “Alex Jones Wants "1776 To Commence" But Isn't That Treason?

  1. wken

    Well, he’s advocating armed rebellion if policy goes into effect which he doesn’t like.

    That would be waging war.

    Yes, he’s advocating treason. However, he’s not committing it. Unless someone follows him, making threats isn’t levying war and there’s no clear enemy to whom he’s adhering. So he’s on the line, but not yet over it.


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