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