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On The July 16, 2013 Broadcast of The Infowars Nightly News,

News Covered:

Brothers Murdered Over 'Free Zimmerman' Sticker?

Trayvon ‘Protesters’ Storm Wal-Mart, Assault Bystanders.

Jogger says he was attacked in retaliation for Zimmerman verdict.

Legendary musician attacked after dedicating song to Trayvon Martin.

Stevie Wonder Boycotting Florida Following Zimmerman Verdict.

Muslim Brotherhood Beat, Kidnap Child.

Russia Amasses ‘Full Combat Readiness’ Strategic Bombers.

Nightly News with Alex Jones

Alex Jones anchors a focused and hard hitting nightly news transmission at 7 PM CST, Monday through Friday

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  • Date: 07/16/2013

    Alex cuts through the lies and disinformation on this Tuesday, July 16 edition of the Alex Jones Show. Alex welcomes Staff Sergeant Joe Biggs to the broadcast. Biggs makes new revelations regarding the death of his late friend and former Rolling Stone contributing editor Michael Hastings. The journalist died June 18 when his Mercedes exploded so powerfully that first responders found its four-cylinder engine over 100 feet from the car. Los Angeles police and firefighters have since been ordered not to discuss the "accident." Marilu Henner, star of the hit TV sitcom Taxi and author of Total Health Makeover, joins the broadcast to discuss her ability to remember every minor detail in her life, a genetic trait called Highly Superior Auto-Biographical Memory. In Los Angeles, an anti-Zimmerman mob stormed a Wal-Mart, assaulting shoppers and starting fires. Overall, rioting has not been as widespread as some feared prior to the trial. Rock musician Ted Nugent also joins the show to explain how self-defense and community action is vindicated by the verdict. - Watch now

  • Date: 07/16/2013

    On The July 15, 2013 Broadcast of The Infowars Nightly News, News Covered: Oakland police stood down as rioters terrorized drivers. Zimmerman accused Sanford Police Department of Beating Homeless Man A Year Before The Trayvon Martin Incident. 9-11 World Trade Center bomber Ramzi Yousef revealed secrets TWA800 crash mafia capo jail cell. The CIA Will Openly Propagandize Americans. - Watch now

  • Date: 07/15/2013

    On the Monday, July 15 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex breaks down the predicted fallout following the verdict in the Trayvon Martin murder case, whose acquittal of defendant George Zimmerman has helped media fan the flames of racial tension and division. Angry protests have provided the Obama administration an opportunity to construct a nationwide tragedy out of the issue, and has afforded yet another grandstanding event to assault the Bill of Rights. While most Americans continue to be distracted by the divide-and-conquer and race-baiting tactics executed with expert skill, the White House is grateful attention has been diverted from their arming and training of Syrian Al-Qaeda affiliated rebels. The White House also maintains pressure on NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden for revealing surveillance secrets that were already widely in circulation at the time of the scandal. On today's show, Alex welcomes former New Jersey police detective and lead investigator for Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Cold Case Posse, Mike Zullo, to discuss new developments regarding Obama's birth certificate. - Watch now

  • Date: 07/14/2013

    On this important Sunday, April 14 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex covers the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin murder case. The case was highly charged politically and exploited by the establishment as it maneuvers to disarm the American people and make self-defense illegal in the United States like it is in many other parts of the world. Alex covers the possibility of riots in the streets in response to the verdict after weeks of incessant propaganda weighted against Zimmerman and his defense. Jones looks at the likely political ramifications of the trial as the NAACP and other groups urge the Justice Department to pursue a “civil rights” lawsuit against Zimmerman. - Watch now