Alex Jones: ‘The White House Listens’ To Infowars Because ‘Birds Of A Feather Flock Together’

Alex Jones, the conspiracy theorist host of Infowars, told viewers today that “it means everything” to him “to know the White House listens” to his show, adding that “birds of a feather flock together.”

Jones was ranting during today’s broadcast about Hollywood being full of “devil worshipers and pedophiles” who were enraged at him for turning down “major roles” in films. Jones told listeners that he had taken some smaller roles in years prior, but that once he realized Hollywood was evil, he decided that he would no longer do so, even if he was offered $100 million, which he claimed was “liberating.”

“It means nothing, and do you know how liberating it is to have all that crap mean nothing to me? Zero, zero, zero,” Jones said.

But there is one thing that matters to Jones.

“But it means everything to me to know Trump. It means everything to me to know the White House listens because they understand we are the zeitgeist just as they are the zeitgeist. Birds of a feather flock together. They fly together. See, I’m in the club, the club of pro-human, the club of not being a coward, the club of not liking pedophiles and waging war against them. I’m in the club of victory. I’m in the club of next-level human development. I’m in the club of not being a piece of crap,” Jones said.