Will The GOP Stop Promoting Conspiracies?

Mike Weisser
4 min readAug 5, 2022

I’m going to make a crazy statement but please indulge me in my craziness, okay?

I believe that what happened in a Texas courtroom yesterday when Alex Jones was slammed with $4 million in compensatory damages for saying that Sandy Hook didn’t happen will turn out to be a signal for what will happen to the GOP’s chances of taking back Congress when we vote on November 8th.

Both the Senate and the House might still shift from slightly blue to slightly red, if only because the ‘out’ party almost always replaces the ‘in’ party when all the mid-term votes are counted up. But it won’t be a big victory for the POS/GOP, and the final tally will show that the MAGA candidates will have failed in most races to get anything done.

What’s the connection to Alex Jones who will get clobbered again when the jury comes back and awards punitive damages to the parents who lost real children in the slaughter at Sandy Hook which Joes said never took place? The connection is that Alex Jones was a member of the supporting cast for the whole MAGA production developed by Roger Stone with a script by Steve Bannon, orchestrated by Rudy Giuliani, and directed by Donald Trump.

Stop and think about it, okay? What is MAGA if nothing other than a conspiracy theory writ large? The theory is based on the idea that America needs to defend itself against those non-White hordes who are the shock troops of a globalist effort to reduce the United States to be just another ‘shithole country’ controlled by George Soros and the worldwide Jewish banking conspiracy that already controls the Deep State.

Think I’m exaggerating just a little too much? If you do, then you haven’t been tuning into Alex Jones on his Infowars network or, for that matter, paying attention to some of the things put out there by Marjorie Taylor Greene. And if you think she’s crazy, you didn’t listen to any of the speeches made in the Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary by Mehmet Oz. He’s the heart surgeon who sells a pill to cure erectile dysfunction on his website in case you didn’t know. And it goes without saying, of course, that Alex Jones sells this crap on his website along with a conspiracy theory which claims that attacking the ‘alpha male’ is just another way for the globalists to reduce the importance and political…

Mike Weisser

Former college professor, IT Vice-President, bone fide gun nut, https://www.teeteepress.net/