InfoWars conspiracist Alex Jones caught on video in 2019 saying he's 'f**king sick' of Trump & 'wishes he never met him'

NEWLY unearthed footage shows InfoWars host Alex Jones slating Donald Trump – claiming he was "f****** sick" of the ex-president.

The video shot in 2019 shows the conspiracy theorist and right wing commentator ranting: “It’s the truth, and I’m just going to say it: that I wish I never would have f***** met Trump."


According to the Hill, Jones proclaims: “I wish it never would have happened. And it’s not the attacks I’ve been through.

"I’m so sick of f***** Donald Trump, man. "

"God, I’m f***** sick of him. And I’m not doing this because, like, I’m kissing his f***** ass, you know. It’s, like, I’m sick of it,” he further adds in his blistering tirade.

His change of tone towards the former comes as a surprise as Jones has been among Trump's most vocal and bombastic supporters.

But according to filmmaker Caolan Robertson – who shot a documentary with Jones in Texas and leaked the footage Southern Poverty Law Center's (SPLC) Hatewatch initiative – the InfoWars host "doesn’t care about most of the stuff he professes to."

He added: "It just shows he doesn’t care about anything he talks about.


"He doesn’t like Trump but then goes on camera talking about how Trump is the savior."

Robertson leaked the footage to the SPLC which tracks extremist groups. 

Jones has often supported the former president on a range of issues in the past.

Recently, he was filmed saying the election had been "stolen" the night before the January 6 Capitol riots.

He said: “We have only begun to resist the globalists. We have only begun our fight against their tyranny.

"They have tried to steal this election in front of everyone.”

And in December last year, Jones told a Trump rally that Joe Biden "will be removed, one way or another," while addressing a crowd in Washington.

The controversial far right-wing internet personality spoke to protesters at the second Million MAGA March, where supporters of President Donald Trump fought against the results of the election.

Jones has also frequently promoted the white genocide conspiracy theory, claiming that Democrats and communists were plotting white genocide attacks.

In 2018 he claimed the Florida school massacre was a "false flag" operation and a teen survivor was a "crisis actor".

Jones came under fire after claims circulated that gun nut Jared Lee Loughner had been a fan of his 9/11 conspiracy film Loose Change.

Loughner murdered six people and badly wounded congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords in a 2011 shooting in Tucson, Arizona.

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