Alex Jones Exposes the Judge In His “Kangaroo Court” Trial — “Guilty Until Proven Guilty”

Alex Jones is fired up. He usually is, but he was in rare form before the press during a break from his Sandy Hook trial.

“They have taken my right for a jury to decide if I’m guilty,” he said. “And now a judge tells a jury that I’m guilty and they’re trying to hide that from the jury. And during the jury questioning, they were really confused and kept asking, ‘I thought you’re innocent until proven guilty in a criminal or civil trial?’

“She goes, ‘Well, this is a special case. I say, he’s guilty.’ She read that to the jury. ‘I say, Alex Jones is guilty and now you’re gonna decide how guilty he is.’ And then they get up there and put all these edited videos out, completely out of context.

I mean, I’ve never seen anything like it and this, this is the weaponization of the judiciary. It’s absolutely horrifying. This is a witch hunt. This is a show trial. This will go down in history as one of the greatest show trials ever to happen, not just here, but even in places like Nazi Germany. I mean, even in Nazi Germany, they let you basically be innocent, proven guilty. They would then just rig parts of trial.

“Here, she says I’m guilty until proven guilty, guilty until proven guilty or not, not, not guilty to proven innocent, like Nazi Germany, because you were guilty until proven innocent in Nazi Germany. Here, I’m guilty, the judge says, and then they decide how guilty. And then, I mean the process of this is been unbelievable.”

The reporters covering the trial were clearly against him as well, shouting out questions that sounded like they worked for criminal prosecutors. This will not be a fair trial, which is a shame because there are many truths that should be allowed to come out.

“This is a kangaroo court,” he said. “This is a political action. It’s a witch hunt. I’ll be back later.”