Alex Jones is fighting back against those who tried to destroy him with a libel lawsuit against far-left propaganda outlet The Young Turks, headed by old Turk Cenk Uygur.

Jones’ lawsuit centers around accusations made by the leftist outlet that he had possessed child pornography on his computer. That was untrue. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) investigated, and found that the images had been planted on Jones’ computer. He was cleared in the incident, but alleges that The Young Turks and others ran with the story anyway, intentionally smearing him.

Also named in the lawsuit are Congressional candidate Brianna Wu, and former BuzzFeed video guy turned leftist Twitter troll Andrew Kimmel.

Mike Cernovich posted an excerpt from Jones’ civil complaint to his website. It reads:

The Defendants launched a campaign of lies and libels against their media competitor and ideological opponent, ALEX JONES. Defendants virally spread one of the worst smears that can be spread about anyone: accusing someone of one of the most infamous federal felony crimes, even though defendant knew JONES was actually the victim of that crime.

Parents of a school shooting sued JONES’ employer and JONES. After the suit was brought, hackers and cybercriminals ideologically allied with the Defendants tried to plant child porn on computers of JONES’ employer, during a time period designed to be unwittingly “discovered” by lawyers involved in the case, by using terms in the emails that had been ordered produced in court-ordered discovery. Once uncovered, the FBI cleared JONES and his employer, and JONES was the identified target victim. Defendants instead told the world it was JONES who sent child porn to the victims of school shootings. Jones, publicly, and through counsel, continually requested corrections from the offenders. These Defendants refused. This was libel. This suit follows.

The Young Turks is a far-left propaganda outlet that has successfully pushed the Democrat establishment further towards the far-left extreme. As I described in great detail in my biography of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Uygur founded the Justice Democrats PAC which helped elect the far-left millennial socialist before he was drummed out of the organization over sexist blog posts published years ago. The PAC was also involved in helping Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) get elected. The three young congresswomen now ostensibly run the party, despite the fact that Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi still holds the gavel.

One of the main personalities (using that term loosely) at The Young Turks is Hasan “The Nephew” Piker, nicknamed thusly because he is Uygur’s nephew. Piker recently said that America deserved 9/11 during a Twitch stream in which he was providing his vapid “analysis” on a conversation between Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) and Joe Rogan on the “Joe Rogan Experience.”

“America deserved 9/11, dude,” Piker said. “Fuck it, I’m saying it.”

Wu is using the lawsuit as an opportunity to fundraise.

“Alex Jones is suing me for defamation,” she said on Twitter. “Not a joke. He’s suing Young Turks too. I obviously can’t comment on the legal aspects of the case until I get representation, but this is my statement for media. If the Sandy Hook parents can stand up to Alex Jones, I can too.”

She then provided the link to donate to her legal defense.


Kimmel is begging for a lawyer to defend him pro-bono, but described the lawsuit as “bogus.”