Appearing on Piers Morgan’s CNN show to talk about the petition and, consequentially, gun control, Jones quickly went from enthusiastic to out-of-control in the first two minutes of the interview, and he wouldn’t even stop talking or pointing his finger as Morgan was closing out the segment almost 15 minutes later.
The interview is worth watching in full, especially the ending when Morgan makes Jones explain his conspiracy theory about how the Bush administration planned 9/11. But just in case you want the bullet point version, we’ve collected a few choice quotes from each side. As you’ll see, Piers Morgan didn’t get many words in edgeways.
A sampling of Alex Jones’s comments:
  • “I’m here to tell you — 1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms!”
  • “The number one cause of death in America is suicide, because the they give people suicide mass murder pills!” (He’s talking about Prozac.)
  • “America was born on guns and whiskey. It’s true we’re a violent society.”
  • “You’re a foreigner. You’re a red coat. You’re telling us what to do.”
A sampling of Piers Morgan’s comments:
  • “You finished?”
  • “Stick to the subject.”
  • “Alex. Alex. Alex. Alex. Alex.”
  • “Whatever.”
Around the time the interview wrapped up, by the way, the White House finally responded to questions about the petition to deport Piers Morgan. “The White House responds to all petitions that cross the threshold and we will respond to this one,” said White House spokesman Jay Carney. “In the meantime, it is worth remembering that the freedom of expression is a bedrock principle in our society.”

Those bleeding heart left wing liberals are at it again kid,. Instead of shutting up about the 100 million that was pissed away by 2500 people in five years on the Attawapiskat Reserve, they continue to bash the report and insist the Indians did no wrong!
(Your humble reporter thinks that the Indians perform miracles folks. They live on the shores of Hudson’s Bay, with nothing around them except thousands of miles of trees, and nothing to spend it on, yet they managed to go through all that money!)
Attawapiskat accusations remain unsubstantiated
The article Spence, kin made $221K in a year (Jan. 4) repeats the same tired accusations that were used against Attawapiskat last year when the Harper government slammed an expensive third-party observer, accusing it of financial mismanagement. But people seem more interested in charges that fit their stereotypes than court results that don’t. Even if First Nations leaders do make large salaries (I’ll withhold judgment on that for now), where does that leave us? Withholding respect and needed change from a people because their leaders are less than angelic?
I expect Herman Goodden speaks for a lot of Canadians. Certainly, no one wants to see First Nations people suffer or live in poverty. However, continuing to throw money at a system that is broken (if in fact it ever really worked) will not solve anything and, to date, I believe has already been shown to be detrimental to the First Nations themselves.
On a related note, I was appalled at the household income of Chief Theresa Spence as reported by the London Free Press on Jan. 4. My household income is only a small fraction of that and yet my wife and I are forced to pay a good portion of it in taxes to support government programs. Could someone please explain the fairness of this to me because I just don’t get it.
I am completely in support of the Idle No More movement. I am grateful to indigenous peoples and their non-indigenous allies who are fighting regressive Bill C-45.
They are standing up for our lakes and rivers. They are standing up for respect for treaty rights and for the nation-to-nation relationship this government has with indigenous peoples. They are standing up for all of us, and we must stand up together.
Natives close Hwy. 402 and the Blue Water Bridge while again police stand by and watch. Why do we always back off action against aboriginal protests? Look at Caledonia, recent railway blockages, and on and on.
If a group of Sarnia residents blocked the road and bridge to protest higher taxes, they would be cuffed and jailed instantly.
Let’s face it boys and girls, the Indians are more of a pain in the ass than they are worth……………., we should send them back to where they came from!