January 31, 2014

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Friday: The Infowars Nightly News. Confessions Of A Disillusioned TSA Agent Hit The Pages Of New York Times & Politico. Plus, Mass Transit Seen As Largest National Security Risk During Super Bowl Frenzy.

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On The January 31, 2014 Broadcast Of The Infowars Nightly News. Lee Ann McAdoo Hosts & We Speak With Jakari Jackson Live From The Super Bowl Media Spectacle. News Covered: TSA screener confession. Attack on mass transit seen as top Super Bowl security risk. Super Bowl Fans Want TSA Administered Proctology Exams. Georgia Police Strip Search Drivers During Minor Traffic Stops. Department of Homeland Security Censors Report On Deadly Force. Mexico Protects Its Borders Better Than U.S. Google Patent Seeks to Transmit Your Cellphone Videos to Law Enforcement.

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  • Date: 01/31/2014

    On this Friday, January 31 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex covers the over-the-top police state measures going in as New Jersey prepares for the Super Bowl this weekend. Infowars Nightly News reporter Jakari Jackson reports live on the Gestapo-like measures from East Rutherford, New Jersey. Alex also covers other disturbing manifestations of the police state as word of a Google patent allowing the cops to view your cellphone videos surfaces and more children are banned by the state from selling dangerous cupcakes. On today's worldwide broadcast, Alex talks with author and the editor of World Affairs Brief, Joel Skousen, about the communist takeover of America. Alex provides incisive analysis on the latest breaking news of the day and also takes your calls. - Watch now

  • Date: 01/30/2014

    On the Thursday, January 30 broadcast of the Alex Jones Show, Alex breaks down how immigration reform could spell disaster for the Republican party, as the nation prepares itself for yet another distracting sports spectacle. Alex continues crashing through the lies and disinformation presented in Obama's SOTU, and looks at how the Federal Reserve manipulates financial markets in real time at their whim. On today's show, Alex also reviews Attorney General Eric Holder's inability to cite the constitutional basis for Obama's executive orders, and examines the hypocritical vitriol casually spewed from MSNBC's Twitter feed. He'll also cover the relentless assault on gun owners and the Bill of Rights and hears from listeners on the push to revamp the nation's immigration policy. - Watch now

  • Date: 01/30/2014

    On The January 30, 2014 Broadcast Of The Infowars Nightly News. News Covered: Chief of Police Harassed by Feds, Put On Administrative Leave After Signing Pledge to Uphold Constitution. Protester: Cops Laughed About Having License to Kill. No Charges Filed Against Cop Who Shot 72-Year-Old On His Own Driveway. Connecticut Gun Owners Revolt; Refuse to Register Firearms & Magazines. Attorney General Eric Holder can't explain constitutional basis for Obama's executive orders. Senators try to sack NFL’s non-profit status. - Watch now

  • Date: 01/28/2014

    Alex and the Infowars News Team will provide blow-by-blow, Mystery Science Theater style coverage on Obama’s State of the Union teleprompter address this evening. He will deftly translate and dissect the real meaning behind Obama’s rhetoric, cut through his political feel-good malarkey and boil the address down to its essence: naked, in your face totalitarianism. The White House has warned Obama will “bypass” Congress and the American people in order to step up his “year of action” ahead of the mid-term elections. His promise to openly violate the Constitution and Alex’s rebuttal represent a historical moment that should not be missed. - Watch now