In an episode of The Joe Rogan Podcast released earlier this week, Rogan explained that Alex Jones is the “most misunderstood” person in media, and that he has been repeatedly proven right on major stories including human animal hybrids and Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged blackmail schemes.
Citing his 20 year friendship with Jones, Rogan explained that while his personality is sometimes hard for the average person to bear, the Infowars host has been repeatedly proven accurate on major stories.
“I know Alex so well, I’ve known him for more than 20 years,” said Rogan. “That is the most misunderstood guy on the planet, he just needs somebody next to him” to explain his worldview to the common man.
Rogan explained that, in his view, Jones would benefit from having a straight man able to break down the points made by Jones in a more common vernacular. He went on to note that despite constant negative press and accusations of being a conspiracy theorist, Jones has been repeatedly proven right.
“Look, he was right about all this Jeffrey Epstein sh*t. That is a f***king fact. Alex Jones called this years ago, years ago,” said Rogan. “He was saying that they take a lot of famous people to this island and they have all these young girls that this guy hooks them up with.”
“He was talking about this years ago, and now it’s mainstream news.”
Epstein reportedly ran a massive blackmail operation, in which he would bring powerful individuals including American politicians, businessmen, and royalty from Saudi Arabia and the United Kingdom to his island for the purpose of attaining compromising material.
While Jones has discussed this at length on Rogan’s podcast and “The Alex Jones Show”, it is now being reported in mainstream news.
Rogan’s guest, Fahim Anwar, also pointed out that Jones has been proven accurate on his reporting of human-animal hybrids being created in China and elsewhere around the globe.
“And these human hybrid experiments going on,” said Anwar. “It sounded like a complete joke when he said it.”
Rogan agreed immediately, “When he brought it up we were like ‘What?’ Now it’s f***king mainstream news.”
He continued, “This is a fact man, a lot of people want to write that guy off.”