Talk-radio host Alex Jones argues persona in custody dispute

According to his attorney, Randall Wilhite, Jones adopts an artificial onscreen persona to engage with his audience, and therefore, judging him by that persona is unfair.

Wilhite said using InfoWars to judge Alex Jones would be like evaluating Jack Nicholson based on his interpretation of the Joker in Batman, the Statesman writes.

"When I say, 'I'm going to kick your ass, ' it's the Infowar", Jones said. Well, his lawyer is now arguing in court that Jones is simply "playing a character" just like "a performance artist".

His ex-wife-the two were divorced in 2015 and the children, ages 9, 12 and 14, have lived him throughout the custody battle-is not convinced her former spouse is a different person away from the mic or camera. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) and says he wants Jennifer Lopez to get raped.

She added, "I'm concerned that he is engaged in felonious behavior, threatening a member of Congress". "He broadcasts from home".

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Jury selection starts Monday at the Travis County Courthouse in a case that will determine whether there is a difference between the public and private Alex Jones when it concerns his children.

"You reputation is awesome", Trump he said in December 2015. He has claimed in the past that the Sandy Hook shooting was a "false-flag", September 11 was an "inside job" done by the government, and he has previously promoted the "Pizzagate" conspiracy with vigor, recently having to apologize on air for some of his actions related to it.

And, in addition to providing news for a large, increasingly politically-active chunk of the country, he's also become an important influence on President Donald Trump, a man who is highly susceptible to flattery, reads very little, and carries the nuclear football. "I've had TV actors who it's been said 'this person is a monster and this what they do for a living'". "The children are there, watching him broadcast". "Hillary Clinton for prison".

Then, they played a video of a conversation between Jones and Republican strategist and Trump associate Roger Stone that, according to the Statesman, "quickly escalated into an expletive-studded, gay-bashing rant by Jones directed at Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee investigation of Trump's Russian Federation ties".

"This is the world he has planned for his kids", Kelly Jones' attorney said.