Alex Jones Blames 'Form of Psychosis' for Sandy Hook 'Hoax' Claims
((VO))??Host of Infowars and infamous conspiracy theorist Alex Jones says a “form of psychosis” caused him to believe that the Sandy Hook massacre was staged.????((VO))??In a just released sworn deposition, Jones admits the 2012 elementary school shooting wasn’t a “hoax” like he’d claimed on his show, but a real tragedy in which 27 people -- 20 of those children -- were killed.????((VO))??He goes on to say, "I, myself, have almost had like a form of psychosis back in the past where I basically thought everything was staged, even though I've now learned a lot of times things aren't staged." He then adds, "...my opinions have been wrong, but they were never wrong consciously to hurt people."????((VO))??Jones blaming what he calls the "trauma of the media and the corporations lying so much" for causing him to distrust everything.????((VO))??The 3 hour long video was recorded by a Texas law firm representing some of the shooting victims’ families who are suing Jones for defamation.
One suit quoting Jones for claiming crisis actors had been used as part of a cover-up on behalf of people who oppose the Second Amendment.????((VO))??YouTube, Facebook and Twitter say they have removed content from Jones or InfoWars because it violated their policies.??
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