Alex Jones Says Merle Haggard Once Agreed To Be On His Show, Calls Out Hank Williams Jr. And George Strait To Speak Out Against “New World Order”

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“You want ’em to release a new virus, George?”

Controversial conservative commentator and InfoWars founder Alex Jones has never been afraid to speak his mind – and it’s cost him quite a bit of money over the years.

Jones was recently ordered by a jury to pay $1.5 BILLION to families of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims in a defamation case filed after Jones made statements claiming that the shooting was a “hoax” and a “false flag” operation orchestrated by advocates of gun control.

But the massive judgment against him hasn’t silenced Jones – and he’s calling on several famous country stars to join him in speaking out.

In a recent bizarre rant, Jones singled out George Strait and Hank Williams Jr. as artists who need to do more to save America from a “globalist” takeover.

“Where’s George Strait? Imagine if George Strait came out.

George Strait’s super smart. So is his family…

You’re going to lose everything. You’re going to have to leave America, George Strait.

Hank Williams Jr., you can’t hide on your ranches.

I remember 10 years ago, talking to Hank Williams Jr.’s manager. They called us. They said, ‘Hank’s pissed off and wants to come on.’…

And then they said, ‘Well he just decided not to do it.’ Fine. YOU reached out to ME…

What are you going to do about what’s going on and what’s going down? The essence of leadership is doing the right thing and not caring what the consequences are…

Jones said that it was important that high-profile people like Strait and Bocephus speak out to encourage others to speak out too:

“We’re already at that tipping point but it may be too late. But I know if more prominent people, not just here but around the world, piled onto the fight against the globalists…if more of you would just join us and get out there and make statements…

You’re going to be criticized by the New York Times and CNN. That’s good. Everybody hates them.

But you will be an example to all the other scared people that know the truth, but they don’t want to stick their heads up. But if George Strait came out against the New World Order, stuff like that’ll beat ’em.

You want a nuclear war? You want ’em to release a new virus, George? I’m not telling you what to do, I’m simply saying we’re in a sinking lifeboat here and I’m bailing water as fast as I can. And we’re almost to shore.

But I can look at the rate of the water coming in, and with the people we got bailing, it’s not going to be enough. And this damn thing is going to go under, and this is freezing, below zero water. We’re going to get hypothermia like the Titanic and we’re going to collectively die.”

Well alright then…

But during the rant, Jones did give credit to a couple of country stars who have passed away, claiming that they tried to warn everybody about the “globalist takeover” before they died:

“Look before he died. Charlie Daniels put out a book, put out films, about Agenda 21 and the New World Order thirteen, fourteen years ago that reached tens of millions.

Charlie Daniels said we’ve got a UN globalist takeover and warned of everything that happened…

And that makes me not just love his music, but respect him even more. But if you look at his music it was all about understanding that people were trying to run America down, and he wasn’t putting up with it.”

And he also claimed that the legendary Merle Haggard was a fan, and had agreed to appear on Jones’ show before he passed away in 2016:

“Merle Haggard was a listener. I talked to him. He was going to come on the show when he came to Texas in a couple months. He died, but he sang songs about chemtrails and the New World Order before he died.”

I guess we’ll have to see if the push from Jones is enough to get the notoriously private George Strait to…speak out on globalists. (Spoiler alert, it’s not happening).

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