Rick Adams begins his April 21st, 2018 interview of Dr. James Fetzer with a quote from Psalm 37. How apropos, because Dr. Fetzer has a lot to fret about considering how much wickedness he has been exposing over the past several years. But instead of fretting, he speaks with authority about the Sandy Hook hoax event, Parkland and much more.
Although the interview is periodically interrupted, the listener gets the picture.
And what isn’t clear from the Rick Adams interview is manifestly available here in an article Fetzer wrote for Memory Hole Blog, titled “Is Alex Jones About to Betray His Followers and the Conspiracy research Community?” The question has to do with a defamation lawsuit that two Sandy Hook parents have filed against Jones in a Texas court.
In the article, Fetzer cites facts that are readily available to Jones’s defense of his earlier position that the incident was “bull,” (“No paperwork, no nothing, it’s bull!”) as he put it in a show recorded in 2015.
But the talk show host is, instead, taking the position that he thinks children died and never said they didn’t. (“I never said, etc.”)
Jones has plenty to fret about, and that is what he is doing in regard to Sandy Hook. But as the psalmist wrote, “Cease from anger, and forsake wrath: fret not thyself in any wise to do evil. For evildoers shall be cut off: but those that wait upon the Lord, they shall inherit the earth.”
See also: “How to Spot a False Flag, a Sampler of Orchestrated Events”, a Think Tank Interview by Dr. James Fetzer, April 4, 2018.