Alex Jones: CIA & Obama Plotting to Murder Donald Trump

Alex Jones from Infowars

On Infowars, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones just announced he believes the CIA and President Obama are working together on a plan to assassinate President Elect Donald Trump. Infowarsone of Trump’s news sources of choice – is famous for denying actual terrorist and mass shooting events (calling them false flags) while inventing elaborate and implausible conspiracy theories that wind up on the Donald Trump’s Twitter feed.

In his newest conspiracy theory Jones alleges that the CIA’s intelligence conclusions regarding Russia aren’t just a false flag, they’re cover (and ‘trumped up’ rationalization) for their ultimate plan to assassinate Donald Trump with the help of President Obama.

Saying he figured this evil plot out just as he ferreted out the U.S. government’s ‘false flag’ involvement in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Jones argued he’s determined the plot to take out Trump is based in large part on the President Elect’s plans saying government agents are “pissed that America’s coming back.”

“They’re not going to let him get into office if they have their way,” Jones said. “They are, I guarantee you, developing the hit teams right now with the weird claim that it was an illegitimate election, there’s been a Russian coup, to kill Donald Trump. I know they’re planning it.”

Later in the show Jones went on to claim hundreds of newspapers are saying “kill him!” arguing, “They’re in hundreds of newspapers saying, ‘kill him!'”

He added, bringing Obama into the conspiracy. “They wouldn’t have the CIA out saying he’s a foreign asset unless they were getting ready to sign papers. Obama may have papers on his desk. I’m not kiddin’.”

Hitting the point home at the end, Jones said, “I’m telling you, the elites are asking Obama right now to sign the paperwork to kill the 45th,” he said.

This is where the next President of the United States of America receives his news, ladies and gentlemen.

Here’s video of the segment(s):

Tim Peacock is the Managing Editor and founder of Peacock Panache and has worked as a civil rights advocate for over twenty years. During that time he's worn several hats including leading on campus LGBT advocacy in the University of Missouri campus system, interning with the Colorado Civil Rights Division, and volunteering at advocacy organizations. You can learn more about him at his personal website.

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