Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones ‘threatened to THROW Trump supporter lady off stage at Cease The Steal rally’ – #conspiracy
The “InfoWars” conspiracist is allegedly a suspect after a lady named Kylie Jane Kremer informed Washington D.C. police somebody threatened to trigger her bodily hurt on the rally in December.
Kremmer is the chief director of the group Ladies for America First, one among a number of teams that helped manage Cease the Steal rallies following Trump’s loss to Biden.
Kremer reportedly filed a police report alleging somebody had “threatened to shove her off the stage at her occasion” on December 11 for a rally scheduled the subsequent day, CNN reported.
Though Kremer’s report doesn’t title Jones, sources informed CNN that it certainly was the conspiracy theorist who allegedly threatened Kremer.
One other supply, Scott Johnston, informed CNN he was driving Kremer that day and noticed Jones’ alleged risk in opposition to her, including he spoke to police concerning what he had allegedly witnessed.
Marc Randazza, an lawyer representing Jones, informed CNN that the InfoWars anchor denies threatening Kremer, however didn’t reply when requested if Jones had spoken to regulation enforcement concerning the incident.
Kremer alleges the risk occurred exterior the Willard Intercontinental Lodge, just a few blocks south from the White Home.
Johnston stated whereas he was serving to organizers with the group, he noticed Jones confront Kremer on December 11 and inform her he would push her off a stage.
When Johnston drove Kremer to the resort and unloaded their baggage, Johnston alleges Jones approached them.
“He saved yelling, ‘I am gonna do it. I am gonna do it. I’ll take over,’ you already know, phrases alongside these strains,” Johnston stated.
The next day when the Ladies for America First speech was set to take stage on the Supreme Court docket, Jones was talking on the Nationwide Mall throughout a “Jericho March” earlier than venturing over to the SCOTUS steps.
Jones stated he had a confrontation with quite a lot of people working safety close to the rostrum, with a person with a safety lanyard telling Jones “you are not allowed to be right here.”
When Jones responded with a string of profanities, he vowed to depart, earlier than yelling “1776.”
“I used to be going to the Supreme Court docket constructing yesterday as a result of I heard there was going to be a rally that I used to be invited to,” Jones stated on the time.
“Did not actually even know who was actually doing it,” he added. “It isn’t like I used to be making an attempt to go to some occasion with a thousand individuals and take it over.