Today, Dan tells Jordan about what Alex Jones is up to since he got kicked off of a lot of social media. Is he shook? Yes. Does he have stupid ideas about what's happening to him? Of course he does. He's also ranting about China and expressing his fear of seeing Muslim women in public, so it's clear that being off social media hasn't changed him that much.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about a real confusing weirdo named Mark Biltz who showed up on the Jim Bakker Show to talk about Blood Moons. The gents struggle to make sense of anything that's being said, while rationalizing that Jim Bakker is basically an impotent neanderthal.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about the day that Alex Jones got kicked off a whole bunch of social media platforms. Does Alex come out of the box swinging or is he super weak? Does Dan really like Cake? Does Alex interview a wildly islamophobic prick for almost no reason? Tune in to find out
Today, Dan tells Jordan about a couple of 2009 episodes of The Alex Jones Show that go to some profoundly weird places. What is the connection between 10th amendment state representatives and meth houses? Who is "The Living Man?" Do hardware stores sell guns? Tune in to answer all these questions and more.
Today, Dan tells Jordan about the various lawsuits that Alex Jones is dealing with at the moment. They deal with that pretty quickly then get on to greener pastures, like pitching an arson based TV show and cataloging yet more instances of Alex being really stupid.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about a fun new Project Camelot adventure where Sweary Kerry interviews a guy about Helen Duncan, noted spiritualist from the 1930's. Tune in to hear two adults pretend Helen wasn't a con-artist, stay for massive lore reveals about Kerry's roster of guests.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about some of Alex Jones' past deeds. In this episode, the gents learn about so many lies about European Satanism and meet a possibly disappointing (but definitely very crazy) guest.
Today, Dan and Jordan convene an emergency episode of the podcast to discuss the fake bans that Alex Jones has been dealt by social media sites in the last few days. The gents discuss how the meaningless actions further Alex's interests, and how Facebook and Youtube have completely sabotaged their own ability to ever deal with Alex appropriately. Also, they talk about a horrible, monsterous preacher who comes on the show.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about a time travel request from Listener Johnathan, where the gents listen to Jim Bakker and some of his dumb friends talking about CERN. That is where the episode starts, but it goes so far off the rails that nothing in this description could ever help you make sense of what it is about.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about what happened between Feb. 12-16, 2009 on The Alex Jones Show. Basically, Alex can't stop talking about state legislatures introducing meaningless resolutions, but gets sidetracked from it just long enough to give some of the most reckless advice a radio host could possibly give. Also, he sings along with some country songs. [Note: apologies about the slight audio glitch]
Today, Dan and Jordan abandon knowing anything ahead of time and listen to random InfoWars videos and see what happens. Does David Knight sneak his dirty ass into the show? Do the hosts get sidetracked by the glitter of InfoWars? Tune in to find out.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about an episode of The Jim Bakker show that he found that demonstrates the very overt correlations between the world of religious con-men and political con-men like Alex Jones, and how many who preach about the "end times" really just yearn for a Christian theocracy.
Today, Dan tells Jordan about the August 16, 2016 episode of the Alex Jones Show. They decided to talk about this episode because "king of living The Best Life" Roger Stone was clearly indicted for communicating with Russians the day before. What happened on InfoWars that day? Something normal? Nope.
Today, Dan takes Jordan for a hard side-tour to talk all about the time that Jim Bakker had Paula White-Cain on his show and revealed how badly he wants to have sex with a pen. Also, Dan tells a fun story about church camp. Also...turns out the band Journey sucks more than you think.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about how bored he is about Alex Jones in the modern day. In order to deal with Alex's stupid takes on the news of the day, the gents go off on a lot of sidetracks, a couple tangents, and a little talk about Scatman John.
Today, Dan tells "Replacement Jordan" Marty DeRosa about the time that Rowdy Roddy Piper unfortunately appeared on the Alex Jones Show. It's real sad to wrestle with how dumb Piper is, given how cool he seems to have been, but reality is reality. Also, Dan and Marty get off-track about a hundred times, mostly about cop TV shows.
Today, Dan and Jordan celebrate surviving the July 4th Civil War by breaking down a little episode of Project Camelot where our intrepid host interviews a half-Pleiadian. Tune in to hear collaborative writing masquerade as an interview, and stay to hear everything go horribly off the rails.
Today, Dan tells Jordan about the modern state of affairs with Alex Jones. Shockingly, the episode ends up being mostly about how Alex doesn't understand "archetypes," how everyone is a con man, and how Jordan wants blood and may not be wrong.
Today, Dan needs to save Jordan from the awful flavor of the modern world, so he decides to branch things out and explore a new con-man on the show, the one and only Jim Bakker. To make it relevant to the podcast, the gents discuss an episode of Bakker's show where he talked to frequent Alex Jones guest Steve Quayle about a whole lot of nonsense, but weirdly not much about Jesus.
Today, Dan forces Jordan back into the studio to record a special episode where Dan admits that he found some evidence from 2009 that he was wrong about something pretty important about Alex Jones. The gents discuss that, then marvel at how many flagrantly racist guests Alex can have on one show.
Today, Dan takes Jordan back to 2009 to discuss some real wild bullshit Alex Jones was talking about regarding some states asserting their sovereignty, his weird ideas about women's bodies, and his weirdo callers.
Today, Dan takes Jordan on a Time Travelling adventure, as directed by Policy Wonk Ian, who suggested the gents go back to June 2013 to find out how Alex Jones responded on his own show after his disastrous appearance on BBC Sunday Politics. Tune in to find out, and learn about Anti-Monopoly Musical Chairs as a bonus.
Today, Dan tells Jordan about a very bizarre episode of Project Camelot where Kerry Cassidy interviews a real strange weirdo named Steve Kelley about how there is a demonic city under a museum in Los Angeles. This touches on everything, so strap it in.
Today, Dan and Jordan go down to Occupied Texas to have a little discussion about the January 25, 2015 episode of The Alex Jones Show. The episode marks an important date in the history of Austin, but also includes Alex spinning wild lies about urine controls, the Renaissance, and things that make you go "boi-oi-oing."
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about an episode of The Alex Jones Show from a very important date in Austin history. Why? Because the gents are going to be in Austin on Friday for a live show, and they're trying to force attention toward it. Tune in to learn of Mexican consulate arsons, the perils of Black Friday, and Alex's illiteracy.