Fox News Reports On Alleged Threatening Comment Posted on “Radical” Infowars.com

(Infowars) – Fox News is reporting this afternoon that the husband of a military servicewoman living on a Tennessee Naval base is under investigation for posting threatening comments on Infowars.com, described by Fox News as a “radical right-wing Web site.”

Infowars.com
March 30, 2010

The Fox News story is posted in the “Terror” section of the website, an effort to link Alex Jones and Infowars.com to terrorists.

In response to the comment on Infowars.com, the military confiscated the man’s firearm. “Investigators with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service have seized the man’s shotgun and taken it to the armory at the Naval Support Activity Mid-South base in Millington, Tenn. The firearm will be will be stored there while the agency’s probe continues.”

The man apparently posted under the name “ACA.” A search of the Infowars.com comments database does not produce a match of that name or does a search of the text quoted in the Fox article produce a result.

According to Fox, the man posted the comment last week in response to a story on the expanding role of the IRS under Obamacare.

“THEN I WILL ( I here by threatn you with violence) if you come to my door [address removed] see if im joking! and as for you BEN what dose it look like? you living in it right now! IVAN go buy a gun and get some practice in,” the comment supposedly stated. It is possible an Infowars.com moderator deleted the comment. Infowars.com regularly moderates violent and threatening comments.

“Earlier this month, ‘ACA’ posted a series of comments in which he talked about killing police officers and other law enforcers,” the Fox News article continues. “In one, he claimed to keep an AR-15 assault rifle by his door and a loaded 12-gauge shotgun nearby, and he said he’d like to use both to kill police. The Naval base spokesman said only one weapon, the shotgun, was removed from the man’s home.”

It is claimed “ACA” also praised Joe Stack, the man who allegedly plowed an airplane into an IRS building in Austin, Texas.

Naval Criminal Investigative Service did not contact Alex Jones or Infowars.com regarding the threatening comment. Fox News did not contact Jones or Infowars.com before writing and posting the story.

The story is an obvious effort to continue and expand the ongoing propaganda offensive against Alex Jones and his websites. The description of Infowars.com as a “radical” website is intended to feed into the current news cycle obsessed with the Hutaree patsies and the corporate media assertion that patriots are dangerous and possible domestic terrorists.

On his radio show today, Alex called a CNN producer and asked if a hit piece produced last week will air on the network. The CNN producer indicated the segment may air this evening.

In related news, the “new journalism” website True/Slant has demonized Alex Jones. True/Slant is an establishment website run by a former news executive at America Online who worked at a variety of publications, including The Wall Street Journal. Harmon Leon, who calls himself “The Infiltrator,” attempts to connect Jones to the Hutaree group.

“But what really stands out is the Hutaree: they are yet another anti-government extremists who fear the New World Order as often stressed on #1 conspiracy nut Alex Jones’ website/radio show. Just like Jones’ philosophy, the militia group felt a need to stockpile weapons in fear that the government will take away their guns,” writes Leon, who cites a recent report issued by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

“SLP defines such groups as those that ‘engage in groundless conspiracy theorizing, or advocate or adhere to extreme anti-government doctrines,’” he writes. “Strange how that sounds vaguely like the rantings of the paranoid, conspiracy theorist, talk show host, Alex Jones.”

“Sure, Alex Jones wouldn’t condone these acts of violence, but does his role of being the voice of the lone wolf voiceless add fuel to the fire?”

Leon stops short of calling for Alex Jones to be shut down and his First Amendment right suspended.

Source: Infowars

2 thoughts on “Fox News Reports On Alleged Threatening Comment Posted on “Radical” Infowars.com

  1. It seems to me that if the mainstream media reported the truth there would be a lot more radicals in the masses. Fox news is and always has been a propaganda mill as well as all of the other primetime spinmasters. If the stakes were not so high it would be hilarious as to just how phony and obviously propagandized their newscasts are. 24/7 slapping the public in the face with fabricated crap and calling it news. All the while clueless to the fact that John Q. Public has their number. If being able to spot lies being told by overpaid empty suits makes one a radical or extremist,well then “Dang!”,reckon if the shoe fits i better wear it. And all you shamesless news whores remember this: If the government succeeds in their drive for total control it sure as hell won’t need your lying services any longer. Then what? Looks like you’ll have to slither amongst the population that you so dutifully betrayed. I would not walk a mile or even one step In any of your shoes. Btw, it’s success isn’t an option!

  2. Well it is fitting that Fox News would know what a radical right-wing website would look like…what’s the old saying? “It takes one to know one” or “The pot calling the kettle black”

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