Alex Jones: Michelle Obama Time Traveled To Copy Melania Trump's Speech

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Sunday, 24 July 2016

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Alex Jones says someone time traveled to 2016 from 2008 to steal Melania Trump's speech for Michelle Obama.

Alex Jones, purveyor of crackpot conspiracy theories, is now saying that Melania Trump's RNC convention speech is proof that the Obama's have access to Hillary and Bill Clinton's time machine.

Wait--what the hell?

Yes, Alex Jones is pushing the theory that a person, possibly Michelle Obama or someone close to the Clintons, time traveled from 2008 to 2016 to steal parts of Melania Trump's speech--all to make it appear that Mrs. Trump was the one who plagiarized the First Lady.

Jones detailed his delusion for his followers and hardcore conspiracy buffs on his radio show this week.

"You know, this just shows the insidiousness and cunning of the Clintons and the Obamas, to set something like this up in the first place. It also explains many things about the Clintons, like how they have avoided jail time after their many crimes and the Vince foster murder, and how Hillary Clinton made millions from a $10,000 investment in commodities."

Jones ranted on for half an hour and speculated that the Clinton's must have some limitations on how they can time travel.

"If this technology was foolproof the Clinton's would have already set themselves up as King and Queen of the New World Order. That's why I think they can only travel forward in time and back again to where they started."

The psychotic conspiracy theorist then made a plea to people who know the Clintons and their secrets.

"For the sake of our democracy, the republic and the world, somebody who knows about this should come forward. If you don't share the time travel technology with Donald Trump so he can beat The Hillbeast, at least share it with the legal authorities who can do something to stop the Clintons once and for all."

The Clintons and Obamas dismissed the story and declined any comment.

Donald Trump poured fuel on the fire saying, "Well nobody can prove that they don't have a time machine, it's entirely possible, I think the SEC or Department of The Justice should look into that..."

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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