Over the weekend, Alex Jones posted a video on his Infowars website in which he claimed that, by his “conservative” estimate, he already “had over 150 women” by the time he turned 16. Jones was laying out his theory that most people today are nothing more than children until they reach the age of 40…unlike himself, who achieved full manhood by the time he was 16 years old. “When I was 16, I didn’t want to party any more, I didn’t want to play games any more. I grew up,” he said. “I’d already been in the fights, all the big rituals. I’d already had, probably – I hate to brag, I’m not bragging, it’s actually shameful – probably 150 women or more, that’s conservative.”
He continued, “And like I said, that’s not something I like to talk about, at least not in public and certainly not in a video which I’m going to post on my website, but at the end of the day, that’s a fact of life and you can’t argue facts. My point is, sometimes the truth is ugly and you don’t want to hear about it, but it’s good for you that you do. That’s what sobers you up sometimes and gives you a real reality check, it pulls you back to down to earth and makes you think about what you’re doing and the kind of life you’re living. So, I say let it hurt and let it be painful. I’m not going to shy away from the fact that I had mostly unprotected sex with more than 150 women during my teenage years and I’m still here, alive and well. But, that’s me.”
The conspiracy theorist then turned to promoting his insightfulness when it comes to the fairer sex. “And the thing about such a track record is, it gives you knowledge, and it gives you insight and you finally start believing that you’ve accomplished the impossible task of understanding women,” he opined. “As a matter of fact, I wouldn’t be wrong to say that, because of everything I’ve been through with the ladies, I am today a professionally competent judge of the desire among American women when it comes to any and all things. I understand them regardless of the fact that many of them still continue to refer to me as ‘The Gigolo’ to this very day. I’ve earned that nickname fair and square and I’m not ashamed of it.”
“That’s why I know what’s good for our women and what they really need despite the fact that they like to act all tough and independent and strong. The reality is, they need a good, strong man to give them the one thing they can’t give to each other, and you know exactly what I’m talking about. But moreover, even if you remove sex from the picture, I’ve also managed to figure out that they shouldn’t be left to decide whether or not or even when they’re going to become mothers. We men should have the right to make that decision because then our country would look incomparably different. I know what they’re thinking, that’s what I’m trying to say, and if you want to learn as well, start making them notches, boys,” he concluded.