Yesterday, for Father’s Day, Megyn Kelly presented a highly critical piece on InfoWars owner Alex Jones for her new show on NBC called Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly.

The corporate-controlled mainstream is finally taking InfoWars and other alternative media seriously, as the MSM’s power and influence is rapidly dwindling.

It’s not that NBC and other garbage outlets want to give Jones attention, they simply can’t deny him anymore.

So why was Alex Jones picked to air on Father’s Day?

It was a clear set up for the mainstream media to continue their narrative that fathers are crazy and dumb.

Jones is known as a “conspiracy theorist” which is simply a term they label anyone who pushes back against their false narrative.

He is somewhat notorious for being a 9/11 truther and saying the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School was a false-flag.

The Sandy Hook controversy was main focus of the interview and was the center of attention.

The First Preview

You could easily tell this was a hit piece from the moment that Kelly released the preview:

Here you can read the transcript and get the full context from the interview in which Jones says he looked at both sides and admits kids probably died there.

MEGYN KELLY: What happened to the children?

ALEX JONES: I will sit there on the air and look at every position and play devil’s advocate.

MEGYN KELLY: Was that devil’s advocate? “The whole thing is a giant hoax. The whole thing was fake.”

ALEX JONES: Yes. Because I remember, even that day, to go back from memory, then saying, “But then, some of it looks like it’s real.” But then what do you do, when they’ve got the kids going in circles, in and out of the building with their hands up? I’ve watched the footage. And it looks like a drill.

MEGYN KELLY: When you say, “parents faked their children’s death,” people get very angry.

ALEX JONES: Yeah, well, that’s – oh, I know. But they don’t get angry about the half million dead Iraqis from the sanctions. Or they don’t get angry about all the illegals pouring in …

MEGYN KELLY: That’s a dodge.

ALEX JONES: No, no. It’s not a dodge. The media never covers all the evil wars it’s promoted and all the big things …

MEGYN KELLY: That doesn’t excuse what you did and said about Newtown, and you know it …

ALEX JONES: Oh, but I – here’s the difference. Here’s the difference. I looked at all the angles of Newtown. And I made my statements long before the media even picked up on it.

MEGYN KELLY: IN OUR INTERVIEW, WE ASKED JONES NUMEROUS TIMES WHAT HE NOW BELIEVES. AND HE NEVER COMPLETELY DISAVOWED HIS PREVIOUS STATEMENTS.

ALEX JONES: I tend to believe that children probably did die there. But then you look at all the other evidence on the other side. I can see how other people believe that nobody died there.

Apparently being skeptical of government is no longer acceptable in society.

As following most controversies in today’s world, calls of boycotting NBC began immediately (not that I care about NBC but I’m against corporations silencing free speech and journalism).

While some advertisers were silent, others weren’t, such as J.P. Morgan, who removed ads over the interview.

Nothing More than a Hit-Piece

NBC had to bring in Tom Brokaw to join Kelly at the end of the show. His appearance was clearly for good publicity for Sandy Hook families that threatened legal action against NBC News.

“The fact is that he is an unalloyed racist, a man who is out there pulling the pin on the grenade every day and he has 6 million viewers who are paying attention to him,” Brokaw stated.

And of course Kelly interviewed Newtown parent Neil Heslin, who described the devastating loss of his son.

“I think he’s blessed to have his children to spend the day with, to speak to,” Heslin said. “I don’t have that.”

This all begs the question: Why choose to focus the interview around a controversy years old?

Credit where credit is due; the interview did highlight some of the success of InfoWars, but there is no denying the questioning they aired was all negative and biased.

This was a hit-piece, plain and simple. If you wish to understand Alex Jones better, this will be a complete waste of time for you. I don’t recommend this crap.

I personally love InfoWars, I even put Alex Jones in my top 5 commentators list.

Any enemy of Trump and Alex Jones is most likely an enemy of mine. Plus I’ve never cared for Megyn Kelly.

Jones is right on the money in many cases, although I personally don’t agree with him on Sandy Hook.

Why aren’t we allowed to question anything anymore? I’d rather be a “conspiracy theorist” then be a blind sheep.

As soon as Alex Jones saw the promo, he knew the hit piece was coming. He’s threatened to fight fire with fire by releasing audio from their entire day together.

Here’s some of the footage that InfoWars has released so far:

As usual, this was an MSM set up that does nothing but make our side look better.

They first screwed up with hiring “bimbo” Megyn Kelly, and now they screwed up with this. Good job NBC, keep it up.