Judge hears same-day evidence Alex Jones defamed Sandy Hook victims just hours earlier
Judge Maya Guerra Gamble heard evidence on Tuesday that conspiracy theorist Alex Jones had defamed victims of the Sandy Hook massacre earlier that day.
During a Tuesday hearing, attorneys for the Sandy Hook plaintiffs presented a video Jones had broadcasted that morning.
In the video, Jones accused Sandy Hook father Neil Heslin of being "slow" and "on the spectrum."
"He is being manipulated by some very bad people," the host told his audience. "I've got to be honest. He's slow. OK?"
His lawyers objected to the evidence because the weren't notified. Judges denied the objection.
Jones, may be on the spectrum, because he doesn't know when it is best for him to shut the F*ck Up.
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Alex Jones says judge in his trial 'demonically possessed' and part of 'cult'
Embattled conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Tuesday said that the judge who is trying a case against him was "demonically possessed" and part of a "cult."
For the second day this week, Jones skipped portions of his Austin trial, which will determine damages after a judge found him guilty for defaming victims of the Sandy Hook massacre.
"It's demonic," Jones said at the top of his show. "They all act demonically possessed, the judge, the lawyers, it's surreal to be around them."
In the next segment, Jones mocked Gamble as "goblinish."
"I finally got to see a real goblin," he laughed. "This is a giant exercise in raping our freedom."
As my grandmother would say, "Bless his heart, that boy ain't got no sense when to shut up. He just digs his grave deeper."