It hasn’t been a great year or so for conspiracy theory website InfoWars, founded by the incomparable lunatic Alex Jones.
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Over the course of the last year, a number of major brands in the U.S. removed ads from InfoWars’ YouTube channels, and then YouTube, Apple and Facebook demonetised and removed content from Jones and InfoWars, citing policies against hate speech and harassment.
Well one of their reporters, Owen J Shroyer, is now claiming he was sexually assaulted by a Women’s March protester in D.C., and wants to make an example of her to highlight the hypocrisy of the radical left.
What do you think? Does he have a case? Watch below:
— J Owen Shroyer (@allidoisowen) January 21, 2019
I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that it probably wasn’t a traumatic, painful or emotionally-scarring experience for the guy, but at the same time – rules are rules and the same rules apply for everyone. You can’t just grab a guy by his dick and think you can get away with it just because you’re trying to make a point of idiots like Donald Trump doing the same to women. Even if the guy in question is wearing a MAGA hat and trying to be provocative.
I mean she even said “yes” when he asked if she thought she’d just sexually assaulted him. That’s not very smart and doesn’t do any favours for feminism or the #MeToo movement.
The woman was arrested earlier today and Shroyer released this statement shortly afterwards:
One thing’s for sure – American politics and political commentators are an absolute state right now.
Then again, it’s not like we’re any less embarrassing over here.