During the 50th year assassination anniversary ceremony of JFK, Alex Jones and about 50 of his most fervent followers went to Dallas to protest the “massive government cover up” that is the assassination of President Kennedy. In the process of ranting about 1776 and Tienanmen Square, Jones accuses Dallas police of punching him in the ribs because there were no cameras around.
“One of them punched me, from about six inches away, looking that there were no cameras — pow, hoping I’d do something. But it was into my rib, it wasn’t that bad. … It did take me off guard and then [mimes being struck] “boom!” “boom!” “boom!” “boom!” and we’re like, ‘Woah, let us go!’”
Actually, it turns out the “Rampaging Federalized Police Force” carrying out a “violent attack against peaceful demonstrators,” was indeed caught on video. Though, there was no evidence of any “violent attack” or rib punching by the officers.
Watch the video here of Jones being “attacked” by “rampaging federalized police” or lizard people…or something.
Here’s a longer video of the incident (if you can stand listening to Jones rant and rave for 16 minutes):