Radio horde Alex Jones says he smokes pot to exam the strength

Right-wing radio horde and swindling idealist Alex Jones told a jury during his child control hearing that he smoked pot in Texas to exam out a strength.

During interrogate Wednesday, Bobby Newman, an profession for Jones’ ex-wife, Kelly Jones, pulpy him on allegations of infidelity and Jones also shielded himself observant his InfoWars persona is not a trick, a Austin American-Statesman reported.

Newman questioned Jones on either he had sex with another lady after his new wife, Erika, had changed in. The horde concurred in an confirmation that he continued sleeping with a other woman, who stays a friend, until Mar 2016.

“I don’t have a calendar in front of me,” Jones told Newman, refusing to endorse that a sex continued and that his new wife, who is eight-months pregnant, knew about his other relationship.

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His ex-wife, Kelly Jones, is seeking solitary or corner control of their 3 children.

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Alex Jones in court.

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At court, Alex Jones concurred he had smoked pot in Texas, violating a law, during slightest dual years ago since he wanted to establish a strength. He pronounced his goal was to try a piece once a year though after detected it was too clever and shouldn’t be legalized.

“That’s what military do. They fume it once a year too,” Jones claimed.

“I talked about it on a air,” he pronounced of his pot smoking in Texas.

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The Austin-based horde also indicted humanitarian George Soros of appropriation a pot legalization debate — echoing his InfoWars broadcast.

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