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Alex Jones Responds To Verdict He Must Pay $965 Million in Sandy Hook Defamation Trial

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For Alex Jones’ thought crime of questioning the mass shooting at Sandy Hook, a jury said on Wednesday that he must pay $965 million in damages to multiple families.

“They want to scare everybody away from freedom, and scare us away from questioning Uvalde and what really happened there, or Parkland or any other event. And guess what? We’re not scared, and we’re not going away, and we’re not going to stop,” Jones said on The Alex Jones Show.

“For hundreds of thousands of dollars, I can keep them in court for years, I can appeal this stuff, we can stand up against this travesty, against the billions of dollars they want. It’s a joke.”

“This corrupt, dying political system wants to try to make me the devil. I’m not the devil, and God is my judge, not you, you globalist scumbags,” he continued.

“This is how desperate the establishment is. I am so honored to have this happening. So we’re waiting while the judge sent the jury back out because they didn’t put decimals on how many millions I’m suppose to give, and that’s why it’s such a joke. I don’t have 2 million dollars in cash,” Jones added.

Jones attorney Norm Pattis also called the kangaroo court following the billion dollar verdict:

 


Questioning the official narrative of an event is no longer free speech.

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