"It's Not Going To Be Some Gotcha Hit Piece, I Promise You That": Alex Jones Leaks Megyn Kelly TapesChris Menahan
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Friday morning Alex Jones released secretly recorded audio of Megyn Kelly during their pre-interview together where she swears up and down their interview is not going to be a "hit piece" and even promises she'll allow his team to review all the clips they use to make sure he's not taken out of context.
Jones says he "knew it was all crap" and that's why he decided to record all their interactions. Sure enough, rather than cover Jones as a multifaceted human being as promised, the preview clip NBC released was entirely about Sandy Hook and it came out Wednesday NBC re-edited the interview to be even "tougher" on Jones.
"In the past NBC could manipulate and lie, they were the gods," Jones says. "Megyn Kelly waltzed in here and told me she was going to do a softball interview with Alex Jones…she did the opposite of what she said. We were recording the whole time. These tyrants haven't figured it out yet, that information warfare is a two-way street."
Here's some of the highlights of Kelly's statements as transcribed by The Daily Beast:
“My goal is for your listeners and the left — you know, who will be watching some on NBC — to say, ‘Wow, that’s really interesting, It’s not going to be some gotcha hit piece, I promise you that.”God forbid the MSM actually give Jones a fair shake. Fortunately, this is all blowing up in their face. Everyone should secretly record their interviews "Trump-style," there's nothing more interesting than seeing how the media blatantly lies.
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