Alex Jones, the notorious conspiracy theorist who enjoys mutual admiration with Donald Trump, warned on his radio program yesterday that if Trump loses the presidential election, it will cause a “worldwide financial meltdown and probably a world war” in which one third of the world’s population will be killed.
“We’re at a decision time,” Jones said, “and I think, in my gut, I know if we don’t elect Trump—but beyond that, if we don’t all start making the right decision to stand up and speak out—I believe we’re going to come under great judgment and I believe there’s going to be a total worldwide financial meltdown and probably a world war. And I think, like the Bible says, I think a third or more of the population’s going to be killed.”
Jones’ guest, Curves fitness founder and consummate conspiracy theorist Gary Heavin, added that the election represents a “great battle” between globalism and nationalism, as foreseen in the Bible.
“And this globalism the Bible predicts is going to happen,” Heavin said. “The Bible predicts it’s going to be led by the Antichrist himself. You know, you’re going to have to take the Mark of the Beast to buy or sell.”
“They’re suddenly, on every channel, NBC, CBS, FOX, Dr. Oz, all saying, ‘Take a mark to buy and sell, make yourself—’ They’re all saying it,” Jones responded.
The two went on to connect Apple CEO Tim Cook’s discussion of a cashless society with the Mark of the Beast and the Apple logo, which they said represented the apple that Eve ate in the Garden of Eden.