Still in shock reflections by Mitch Santell
I’ve followed the alternative and independent media since the early 1990’s. Often I think about those who fought so long and hard to keep free speech alive in America.
Over the past week, it has been fascinating to watch the frontal attack on the Alex Jones Channel as it was dumped from YouTube as well as his flagship station 90.1, being fined 15,000 dollars by the FCC over the past 48 hours.
What do I think?
My answer is that I think Alex Jones is a test case to see what you can get away with on the air. My observation is that Alex Jones will remain on the air, it is simply going to be like everyone else, on the internet only.
In my book, this is not a bad thing because if you take a look at infowars dot com, you will notice that they are ranked by Alexa in the top 1000 sites in the USA and ranked in the top 3300 websites globally on the internet out of 1.2 Billion IP addresses, so that is amazing.
As I tuned into Alex’s daily show (it’s funny I stopped listening to Alex Jones over three years ago), Mike Adams was just brought on to share his outrage at what is happening to Alex Jones.
As usual, I not only love to put out content, I also consume it and record various streams daily so yes, I said yes, I was able to capture this brief clip of Alex Jones and Mike Adams together.
Feel free to let me know your thoughts or check out other venues that are reporting on this. Here is the clip!
The clip is approximately 6 Minutes and 35 Seconds.