August 15, 2022

INSIDE INFO: Alex Jones’ ex-wife has something to share with the House Select Committee

Alex Jones' ex-wife has something to share with the House Select Committee

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The ex-wife of the conspiracy theorist and InfoWars host Alex Jones says she can help the House Select committee with their investigation into the violence on Jan. 6th.


After the end of Tuesday’s testimony – which provided insight into the mindset of those participating in the chaos – Kelly Jones went on Twitter to condemn her former spouse and exposed Jones’ mistreatment of his then-wife, reminding the public of his violent rhetoric.

After 13 years of marriage, the couple split in 2015 after being embroiled in a contentious divorce and bitter custody battle over their three kids together. These are the children that Kelly says were taken from her after breaking free from her unpredictable husband.

Ordered to stay away from his ex-wife’s home the month after the insurrection, Jones went so far as to circle her Austin, Texas home in a helicopter. In the video obtained by the Daily Mail, the InfoWars founder can be heard laughing and taunting his ex.

“It’s pretty down there, isn’t it? Look how pretty that creek is,” he shouted.

Their then-12-year-old daughter was seen waving to her father before screaming, “It’s scary, Mom. It’s scary!”

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After years of her husband’s pushing conspiracy theories and making the lives of Sandy Hook survivors a nightmare, Kelly Jones’s revelations don’t come as much of a surprise. For the man who doxxed grieving parents and encouraged his listeners to harass heartbroken families, it’s totally on-brand to terrorize his own family as well.

A self-described private person, the former Mrs. Jones told the Daily Mail:

“I never wanted to go public and I regret that I have to do this. The helicopter is outrageous. A grown man flying a chopper over a house after his child has told him she loves him but isn’t ready to see him – why can’t the court see this is not ok?”

As for what information she has for the select committee, only time will tell. But whatever the outcome, hopefully, the Sandy Hook victims survivor’s victory against their chief tormentor will pave the way for more accountability.

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Ty Ross

News journalist for Washington Press and Occupy Democrats.

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