Infowars.com owner Alex Jones released a video last week on the controversial Pizzagate scandal, it is being viewed as a reaction. However this really is not the case, you see Alex never claimed that James Alefantis, owner of Comet Ping Pong Pizza was a pedophile, nor did he state that that location was home of a child trafficking ring. Alex simply stated that these things should be looked into, as all accusations of child pedophilia and child trafficking claims should be. And let’s be honest there is and was a number of signs pointing to this being a possibility.
“I made comments about Mr. Alefantis that in hindsight I regret and for which I apologize to him,”
“We relied on third-party accounts of alleged activities and conduct at the restaurant,” Jones continued. “We also relied on accounts of reporters who are no longer with us.”
So, Alex Jones came out last week retracting some of the information that was supposedly being “pushed” by him. But he never was the one pushing Pizzagate to begin with. It was a major news story, Infowars is a news website, Alex simply reported on the news. You won’t find a video or statement from him saying to go into Comet Ping Pong Pizza with a gun and demand to see the basement, nor did he accuse James Alefantis of was a pedophile.
The real reason Alex Jones retracted and issued a statement is because James Alefantis sent him a legal letter asking him to retract his statement, almost a cease and desist letter. But it’s very important to still remember the real stories here, the real pedophilia and child trafficking going on in Washington and by the elite, and that Alex Jones did nothing wrong.