Is Alex Jones Blackmailed By a “Tranny Porn” Fetish? (Video)

(Updated 8/29/18)

A video outtake from one of Alex Jones’ recent broadcasts may suggest one of the ways the popular radio host may have been compromised.

The excerpt, which shows Jones promoting one of his recent health-related phone apps, depicts him inadvertently revealing on his smart phone a still image and link to a hardcore transvestite porn video.

Can someone so Janus faced and with such apparent prurient interests be entrusted to carry forth the banner defending free speech? To what degree is Jones blackmailed via such obsessions? Is this perhaps one of the reasons why Jones can’t seem to get so many the story straight on so many false flag incidents?


On his August 29 broadcast Jones denied that he was viewing pornography on his telephone.

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8 thoughts on “Is Alex Jones Blackmailed By a “Tranny Porn” Fetish? (Video)”

  1. But the Left tells me that it’s “transphobic” to laugh at tranny porn. Why aren’t the transgender activists rushing to Alex Jones’ defense? Shouldn’t they be upset that transgender porn is being used as a smear? They’re curiously silent!

  2. I have never trusted him, too much shouting about the sky will fall in & it never quite does.
    I’m sure there are nuggets of truth in there but it is too difficult to find the diamonds in the dust.
    The deep state could well be behind him in some way.
    Like a lot of people in the public eye, he probably has a weakness that could be exploited.
    Is he a free agent?

  3. Maybe it was for “research.” In any case, I agree with Sadie. The transgender crowd should all be tripping over their skirt hems to come to Alex’s defense.

    I’m more concerned about Alex’s Janus-faced position(s) on Sandy Hook.

  4. Ok I’m not starry eyed about Jones, there are a lot of things I wish he’d cover such as zionism, obstetrical violence and circumcision, but

    1) how can anyone even see what’s on that image? first you’d have to de-fuzz it which is not trivial. Then you’d do an image search and be reasonably confident that there are no other images that look like it within the parameters of the defuzzing.

    2) This is probably some kind of bookmarks page. How many bookmarks and how is it sorted? Was it part of an investigation? God knows web investigations can turn up all kinds of stuff that the researcher would normally keep at arms length. That’s what investigations are all about.

    3) The claim here seems custom made to alienate his core audience, a strategic hit if there ever was one. For all his faults he’s done more to mainstream a lot of important facts than practically anyone else. Who benefits?

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