Alex Jones says Russell Brand is being accused of rape because he’s ‘fighting globalists’ | EUROtoday

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Right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones defended Russell Brand from rape and sexual assault allegations — by saying the comic is being focused because he’s “come out against globalists”.

Jones mentioned he’s been mates with Brand for six years in a video recorded at an airport and circulated on social media on Sunday, a day after beautiful allegations emerged in opposition to Brand.

“I’ve never seen women throw themselves at anyone like with him,” Jones mentionedevaluating girls throwing their “panties” at Elvis.

“It’s like that,” he mentioned, including that it was “literally women jumping at us.”

“No one ever accused him, for the last 15 years, of assault because they say he’s such a big sweetheart.”

Jones claimed – with none proof – that “suddenly allegations are happening” to Brand because he has “come out against Big Pharma” and “the globalists”.

The allegations have been revealed in a joint investigation launched by British media retailers The Times, The Sunday Times and Channel 4 on Saturday (16 September). The report accused Brand of sexually assaulting 4 girls between 2006 and 2013 – together with a 16-year-old lady. Others have accused Brand of predatory and abusive behaviour.

The comic says he “absolutely refutes” the allegations and mentioned his relationships have been “absolutely, always consensual.”

The BBC has mentioned it has began to research the “serious allegations” about Mr Brand, who was a presenter for BBC Radio 2 and Channel 4 throughout that interval.

Mr Brand has repeatedly posted his complaints about massive Pharma for a number of years, however the connection that Mr Jones is asserting between the actor’s views and the allegations in opposition to him is lower than clear.

Last 12 months, Mr Jones was discovered responsible of defaming the households after suggesting the Sandy Hook mass taking pictures was a hoax and accusing the households of being actors; he owes the households $1.5bn.