Watch Alex Jones, in a Wig, Literally Rip Trump’s Face Off! You’re Welcome, Internet!
You Might Get Angry At Times, But You’ll Never Be “Alex Jones In A Wig Mutilating A Trump Piñata With A Hatchet” Angry
I love nothing more than a good ‘ole fashioned right-wing conspiracy theory. They’re all so perfectly, hilariously unhinged, each myth overloaded with more tinfoil than a Reynolds Wrap factory. And any fellow connoisseur of this brand of comedy will be very quick to tell you that Alex Jones is to right-wing conspiracy theories what Audemars Piguet is to wrist watches. He’s the undisputed master of the maniacal. The king of the crackpots. The commander of the cuckoo. And like a Rolls Royce Phantom surrounded by a sea of early 1990’s Toyota Corollas, Alex Jones truly does stick out in a field that puts the “nut” in the phrase “right-wing nut-job.”
Now, before we get to the subject matter of this article, please take this advice from a serious right-wing conspiracy theory aficionado: savor it. Don’t just watch this video, but swirl it around in your glass, sniff it, gurgle it, and do whatever else it is wine tasters always do in movies. Enjoy this for everything it’s worth. Because Alex Jones is always unintentionally hilarious, but this video? This might be his pièce de résistance.
It’s Alex Jones, in a wig, attacking a piñata made to resemble “President” Donald Trump. And he’s using a hatchet. Well, until he gets bored with that and decides to rip it to pieces with his bare hands like a child blasting through wrapping paper on Christmas morning. Or a hungry ape ripping apart a banana peel? I dunno… whichever of those similes works best for you, I suppose.
Why is Alex Jones doing this, you ask? It’s an attempt on his part to plead the RWNJ case that liberals and progressives are somehow more violent and dangerous than conservatives. Jones attempts to argue this point by destroying a Trump effigy — a piñata made to resemble America’s first Orange President — first with a hatchet, and then with his bare hands. Had a liberal done exactly the same thing, Jones would’ve utterly lost his shit. Not that he ever had any shit to lose in the first place, of course.
Conservatives have lots of practice with destroying presidential effigies. After all, it was a mainstay of conservative culture during President Barack Obama’s eight years in the White House to destroy Obama effigies regularly, without anyone on the right arguing or protesting against it. And they certainly didn’t seem to mind at all when poster-boy-for-failure and D-list one-hit-wonder Ted Nugent repeatedly made flagrant death threats against Obama and Hillary Clinton.
And hey, what’s this? A cherry on Alex Jones’ lunatic cake? Yummy!
If you watch the video carefully at precisely the one-minute mark, you’ll see Alex Jones slipping in what appears to be an attempt at subliminal messaging, too, with an image depicting a newspaper headline that reads “Male Frogs May Be Turning Female Thanks To Estrogen In Suburban Waste.” You’re probably wondering what the Hell that was, right? Well have no fear: Alex Jones’ alter-ego, DJ Deadfrau6, is here to explain via another video:
Alex Jones. He might be a terrifying lunatic, but he’s unintentionally hilarious when you’re observing him from a safe distance!
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Matt Terzi is a political satirist and essayist from Binghamton, New York, who has written for some of the most prominent satire publications in the country. He’s now moving into more “serious” subject matter, without losing touch with his comedic roots