Alex Jones & Rightwing Media Implicate Leftist Antifa Movement in Texas Shooting Conspiracy Theory

Jones wasted no time blaming the left for this horrific act of violence.

Conspiracy theorist and Infowars host Alex Jones wasted no time before suggesting that Devin Patrick Kelley, the shooter who killed 26 people at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, was a member of the leftist “Antifa” movement, a conglomeration of autonomous, self-styled anti-fascist groups nationwide.

“Was this part of the Antifa revolution against Christians and conservatives or a Isis op? [sic],” Jones tweeted Sunday afternoon. “Live from the church.”

And Jones was just getting started.

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Jones also suggested Kelley had an “anti-Christian” motive, that the left was “celebrating” the attack, and that Kelley was a “violent revolutionary.”

https://twitter.com/RealAlexJones/status/927316571948748801

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Jones has received criticism for promoting unsubstantiated, often bizarre conspiracy theories, including that the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting in Newton, Connecticut, which resulted in the deaths of 20 children and several adults, was a hoax. President Donald Trump counts Jones among his inner circle and spoke to Jones personally days after his election win to thank him for his support. Jones has also reinforced the president’s belief that millions of votes were cast illegally, ironically casting doubt upon the legitimacy of the election he supposedly won.

Jones wasn’t the only one who implicated the left in the murders, either.

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