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Where Things Stand: Of Course Alex Jones Is ‘Holding Firearms’ For Jan 6 Insurrectionists
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The Washington Post obtained a copy of a new bankruptcy filing that reveals some bizarre information about conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’ personal finances, but this nugget takes the cake.

In the disclosures, which you can read in full here, Jones declared that he is “holding firearms” for some of the people who participated in the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.

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