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WATCH: Alex Jones Says He Has ‘Good Envy’ For BLP Scoops, Warns Of Incoming Lawsuits In Response

The prolific radio host predicted lawsuits the day before Democrat Justin Fairfax threatened to sue Big League Politics for our reporting.

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In my appearance on Sunday’s episode of his self-titled radio and TV show, Alex Jones warned me that lawsuits always follow success when the mainstream media and Democrats are exposed. The next day Democrat Virginia Lt. Governor Justin Fairfax threatened to sue Big League Politics for breaking the story of the sexual assault accusation against him.

While discussing the unintentional free publicity the mainstream media often offers sites like Infowars and Big League Politics when badmouthing us on television and in print, Jones warned me the only problem with my analysis comes in the form of lawsuits, telling me “There’s the paradox.”

“Then they sue you, then they try to take your bank accounts.”

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Jones also commended Big League Politics for its journalism, admitting that he is “envious” at times of the scoops we uncover.

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On early Monday morning, only hours after the episode of The Alex Jones Show aired live, Fairfax threatened to sue Big League Politics in his public statement released on Twitter, which stated that “the Lt. Governor will take appropriate legal action against those attempting to spread this defamatory and false allegation.”

Jones, who Big League Politics editor-in-chief Patrick Howley calls “basically [his] Walter Cronkite,” eerily predicted the threat only hours before it was made, suggesting either powers of clairvoyance or years of experience.

However, neither Howley nor Big League Politics will be intimidated into refusing to report the news due to threats of lawsuits, with Howley stating earlier today while being interviewed by CBS News that he looks forward to the lawsuit.

“My reporting is 100 per cent accurate,” said Howley, “If Mr. Fairfax wants to sue me, I’ll see him in court, and discovery will be fun.”

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BEWARE: New ‘Conservative Economics’ Think Tank by National Review Hack is Another #NeverTrump Grift

Columnist Oren Cass has a history of opposing Trump and denigrating his supporters.

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Public policy analyst and conservative author Oren Cass announced today that he would be establishing American Compass, a thinktank with a focus on populist economics that is set to open in May.

“Delighted to announce the formation of American Compass, whose mission is to restore an economic consensus that emphasizes the importance of family, community, and industry to the nation’s liberty and prosperity,” Cass wrote on Twitter on Tuesday.

While Cass may act like he wants to offer an “America First” vision for conservatism, his history of writings at National Review indicate that he is another Never Trumper attempting to reinvent himself in order to grift or co-opt the movement Trump is responsible for creating.

“Keeping any distance in the public mind between conservatism and Trumpism — not just checking his executive power, but continually repudiating his demagoguery and standing beside its targets — will require a Herculean effort in the coming years. Perhaps it will be impossible. But we should try, most importantly because it is the right thing to do,” Cass wrote in an article just days after Trump was elected President.

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“Conservatives cannot afford to have their long-standing agenda become indistinguishable from the noxious elements of Trumpism… But to be viable (or deserving of respect) in the long term, Republicans will have to sustain that coalition independent of the antidemocratic and intolerant aspects that Trump leveraged. Some will smirk that this is impossible and guts the core appeal of Trumpism, but if that’s true, then we’ll have to ensure its gutting anyway,” he added.

In a previous op/ed, Cass lauded Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) as the paragon of virtue while denigrating Trump’s brand of politics and insulting his fans.

“The real difference is that Romney held himself each day to the highest standards of decency and felt keenly the burdens of leadership, while Trump is an entertainer committed to delivering whatever irrational blather of insults, threats, and lies will earn the most retweets,” Cass wrote.

“The Trump phenomenon does not deserve elevation to the level of some reasonable response, needed movement, or well-earned comeuppance. It is best regarded as some combination of nihilistic joke and authoritarian fantasy,” he added.

In his latest screed laying out the philosophical basis for his new thinktank, Cass never mentions Trump, or even Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson, even once. He instead name drops Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) as the model for his brand of conservatism.

“The problems animating America’s resurgent populism are very real. They will be solved neither by the ideological alignments that governed us into the crisis nor by that populism itself, which has demonstrated no ability to formulate or implement a coherent response,” he wrote.

Cass’ new project will create a “coherent response” to mounting societal problems that fits neatly within the parameters of globalism and politics-as-usual. Similar to National Review editor Rich Lowry with his book “The Case for Nationalism,” Cass is another establishment Republican attempting to make himself relevant in a political landscape that has passed him by.

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