In a deep-dive on everything from 'deplatforming' to 'depopulation', Tucker Carlson sat down with Alex Jones.
Elon Musk said it best…
Dubbed "the most censored man in the world", Jones began by discussing his (correct) prediction about 9/11.
As Tucker points out, "the 9/11 thing, you called it in public."
But Jones says his most accurate prediction was around a decade ago when he read the "Rockefeller Foundation Operation Lockstep report," which he says:
"described using a virus to bring in world government, a world medical ID, which they would then build a social credit score off of…
…that they would make people wear masks for fear, shut down sporting events and things like that… and basically phase in this new tyranny."
These warnings, among other things, were the reason, Carlson argues, why Jones was so widely deplatformed.
"Fundamentally, Alex Jones is right about a lot of things. And in fact, that's why they don't like him."
"To this day, nobody has been more aggressively censored, I don't think, than you… I read about it, and I felt that it was a major moment in the history of American media. I don't think anybody defended you when that happened. Anybody, with any kind of audience,"
To which Jones replied:
"When Tim Cook admitted that he met on the weekend in August of 2017 with the other big tech heads, and they made the decision to "curate" like it's a museum – and take me off, it was hundreds of platforms. It wasn't just the big ones. Everything from LinkedIn, to our bank accounts being taken away, to everything ensuing over the next week and that month. And I knew I was a test case."