secession signatures is causing Alex Jones to call for a Second American Revolution.
Radio talk show host Alex Jones is calling for a "Second American Revolution". This is not the first time the radio host and owner of Info Wars and PrisonPlanet.com has talked about a new revolution, but this is the first time he is calling for literal one.
On Drudge Report, Matt Drudge directly linked to InfoWars.com. He was the first one to announce Jones' "battleplan".
Alex Jones wants to reach out to the military, to constitutional lawyers, to anyone who wants to help the anti-New World Order cause, a real actual secession in the USA. And guess who he wants to lead the New America? Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul.
Alex Jones: "Ride like Paul Revere! We are going to start the restoration."
"Now is the time! Now is the Time! NOW IS THE TIME!"
"With your John Hancock in word and in deed. I am calling for what is in the Declaration of Independence..."
Alex Jones also called out to Glenn Beck and asked him to come in for "the big win" and to face the "globalists". Glenn Beck and Alex Jones have been enemies for nearly five years. Jones said in the past that Beck was a plant by the Government to trick conservatives, he's called him a thief of his material, and said his Beck's shows were purposely distorting the truth to continue the New World Order agenda.
"We have to get involved now! We have to get aggressive!"
Alex Jones asked Ron Paul to come out "both barrels loaded".
Jones on his show did not say he's calling for violence however but why would he
Quotes were taken from his radio show today.
Alex Jones is no stranger to protesting. In 2000, Jones and assistant Mike Hanson infiltrated Bohemian Grove and filmed the opening weekend ceremony, known as the Cremation of Care, claiming it to be mock child sacrifice in front of a 40-foot-tall (12 m) stone owl of Moloch.
On September 8, 2007, he was arrested while protesting at 6th Avenue and 48th Street in New York City. He was charged with operating a bullhorn without a permit. Two others were also cited for disorderly conduct when his group crashed a live television show featuring Geraldo Rivera. In an article, one of Jones's fellow protesters said "It was ... guerilla information warfare."