Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones filmed a video for his InfoWars website in which he asserted that he "had over 150 women" by the time he was 16-years-old (video below).
The video was posted to The Alex Jones Channel on YouTube on April 22.
Jones, who is in a custody battle for his three children with his ex-wife, according to The Chicago Tribune, was making a case for teens having children by the time they reach age 16, notes Right Wing Watch:
You’re supposed to have children in every culture, biologically, by 16. If you’re not having them by 16, there’s something wrong with you. But see, there’s college, the priesthood you’ve got to get into, and then by then, you’ve got to make money because you’re in debt, you don’t have time for kids. They wrote books by the 20s, how they do this. Don't have time for kids, you're trying to get out of debt.
You’re 40, you’re finally halfway out of debt, you want to have some fun now, you try to find a woman. She’s barren, she’s doing the same thing. By the time you figure out you want to live, by the time you hit 16 at 40, I’m giving you the big knowledge here, folks, at 40, on average, and they do this by design, you are now the equivalent of a 16-year-old.
When I was 16, I didn’t want to party anymore, I didn’t want to play games anymore. I grew up. I’d already been in the fights, all the big rituals. I’d already had, probably. I hate to brag, I’m not bragging, it’s actually shameful, probably 150 women or more, that’s conservative. I’d had over 150 women, I’d already been in fights with full-grown men, I was already dating college girls by the time I was 15-years-old. I was already a man at 16.
In more Alex Jones news, the Chobani yogurt company filed a lawsuit against the Texas-born talker for posting a video report on InfoWars on April 11, notes The Associated Press.
The InfoWars segment was introduced by host David Knight and reported by Lee Ann McAdoo. The segment noted how three refugees admitted to raping a 5-year-old girl in Twin Falls, Idaho, the location of one of the Chabani plants that hires refugees.
McAdoo claimed that "a lot of people said" Chobani's manufacturing plant (and other local businesses) were linked to the U.S. refugee resettlement program in Twin Falls.
Chobani's lawsuit insists that it had nothing to do with the sexual assault case, and yet InfoWars tried to link Chobani owner Hamdi Ulukaya and his company to the case.
InfoWars would not comment on the lawsuit to AP.