Tamerlan Tsarnaev was a 9/11 Truther, user of InfoWars
AP: “Tamerlan (Tsarnaev) took an interest in Infowars, a conspiracy theory website.” bigstory.ap.org/article/bomb-s…— Joe Brooks (@joebrooks) April 23, 2013
The Associated Press reported on Tuesday that the elder Tsarnaev brother was a reader of the conspiracy website InfoWars.
Tamerlan took an interest in Infowars, a conspiracy theory website. Khozhugov said Tamerlan was interested in finding a copy of “The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion,” a piece of anti-Semitic literature claiming a Jewish plot to take over the world.
“He never said he hated America or he hated the Jews,” Khozhugov said. “But he was fairly aggressive toward the policies of the U.S. toward countries with Muslim populations. He disliked the wars.”
What will Alex Jones have say about this latest development?
Hey @realalexjones Your lunacy fueled the mind a madman, who went on to become the Boston Bomber. What say you?— Joe Brooks (@joebrooks) April 23, 2013
Alex Jones is not surprised that the media is reporting that Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was a fan of his Infowars website, he told BuzzFeed on Tuesday. “It’s just standard,” Jones said. “Anyone you talk to is familiar with my show. When I go out in public, half the people I meet in this country and in other countries too say they listen to my show. The show is bigger than the mainstream media admits.” Jones — whose site has peddled conspiracy theories about the Boston Marathon bombing, and suggested that Tsarnaev is innocent — conceded that Tsarnaev “may have actually been a listener.” “He could be a listener,” Jones said. “It could be true. I’ve talked to the family and most of them are listeners. My show is anti-terrorism and my show exposes that most of the events we’ve seen have been provocateured.”