Alex Jones Says NBC Should Pull Megyn Kelly Interview, Claims She ‘Misrepresented’ His Views

Alex Jones is responding to the online outcry over his interview with NBC News’ Megyn Kelly by… saying the interview should be pulled.

Kelly’s interview with Jones came under intense fire, especially given Jones’ conspiratorial views on the Sandy Hook mass shooting. A lot of people, including Sandy Hook parents, asked why Kelly would give him such a prominent platform and called on NBC to pull it.

Jones’ big complaint is that Kelly allegedly misrepresented his views on Sandy Hook. No, seriously.

See, apparently Kelly confronted him for saying in the past that no one died and it was a hoax. Jones denied saying that, even though he did.

He referred to a statement he gave months ago in which he said he has serious “questions” and also said, “I don’t know what really happened…. All I know is the official story of Sandy Hook has more holes in it than Swiss cheese.”

He also said today ‘it’s just not appropriate” to air on Father’s Day.

Whatever his motivation for saying this, you can watch Jones’ full remarks above, via InfoWars.

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