Andrew Tate Joins Alex Jones In Powerful Interview – In this interview, InfoWar show host Alex Jones interviewed an eminent personality, Andrew Tate. Andrew is a former Kickboxer and has always been in the spotlight for his controversial statements.
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In the talk with Alex Jones, Andrew put forth his views about the importance of power and energy and why it is important for the development of any country.
Andrew said, “Power and Energy are absolutely the base for any country and planet. You don’t have energy and power; you have nothing else. You don’t have security; you don’t have food safety, food production, you don’t have absolutely anything.”
He further added, “So, going down to the very core of humanity now. Once power and energy stop coming into the main energy stream, it is about crime; it is about people coming into the mainstream. It’s about economic services and food production, and it is also about so many important things which can’t be denied.”
Andrew said, “We are living in 2022, a world full of advanced technologies, and there shouldn’t have been a shortage of power and energy. We are living in a city where we could produce electricity more effortlessly than people in the 90s would do.”
In response to Andrew, Alex said, “The globe cut the power of thousands of homes every week.”
Besides talking about the importance of power and energy for the country’s prosperity, he talked about his ban from all social media platforms. He said he hadn’t violated any terms and services, and the public was with him. Meanwhile, Alex opened up about the freedom of people and the freedom to do what they want on social media. Alex winded up the powerful interview with Andrew Tate after discussing these topics.
About Andrew Tate
Andrew Tate is a former American kickboxer and well-known internet personality. Andrew has always been in the limelight for making controversial comments which have led him to be banned from all social media outlets such as Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, and Twitter. He was banned from Twitter permanently for his alleged misogynistic videos.
Tate suddenly became the talk of the town in 2016 when he was eliminated from the show titled Big Brother after 6 days of participation because a video went viral in which Andrew was beating a woman brutally.
In response to this, Andrew said that the video had been edited, calling it “a total lie trying to make me look bad.” This is not the first time when he has risen to fame because of his controversial statements; he has faced several backlashes for his contentious words on feminism, patriarchy, misogyny, and sexism. Despite receiving criticism on social media, he maintained a huge fan following.
About Alex Jones
Alexander Emerick Jones is an American far-right, alt-right radio show host and well-known conspiracy theorist. He is known for directing and producing A Scanner Darkly (2006), Waking Life (2001), and Are you Practising Communism? (1999).
Alex is a producer and director of InfoWars, a news website that promotes conspiracy theories. The channel became the most-viewed, making its reach more vast than other eminent news websites such as The Economist and Newsweek.
Alex has recently become the subject of a slander trial over the Sandy Hook hoax case. He has been ordered to pay a whopping amount of $4.1 million in damage after falsely claiming that the Sandy Hook hoax shooting that took place in 2012 was only a hoax. Twenty children and six adults were brutally shot dead at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut.
The jury ordered Alex to pay $49.3 million to the parents of 6-years-old Jesse Lewis, one of 26 students killed in the shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, in 2012. Alex Jones kept claiming that the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting was just a joke disseminated by the U.S. government, so Americans don’t use guns and also stated that no one died during the shooting and parents were acting as ‘crisis actors’ to get public sympathy.
Some of the victim’s parents said they faced emotional distress and threat from Alex, and some said they left the city to avoid harassment and threats. The jury is yet to give a final verdict in this case.
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