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Young Trump supporter: Trump will end Zionism in America (video)

TYT Politics reporter Eric Byler spoke to a young Trump supporter at a rally in Sanford, Florida.

The Trump supporter had a few choice words about how Donald Trump would end the world scourge of “Zionism,” in which “a few people at the top from a specific religious group control the masses.”

I wonder who he means?

I like Donald Trump as president, and that’s what we need to make this country great again, to end a lot of things including… Zionism, which is huge, and it’s probably the biggest problem that we have in this country today, and around the globe — which is, a few people controlling pretty much everything: all the money, all business, all… I mean, brainwashing all the people from the education systems.

Everything is controlled by a few people at the top, and that’s the biggest issue. And I think that Trump will really end that.

He goes on:

Zionism is basically an ideology in which a few people at the top from a specific religious group control the masses, and most people have no idea. They’ve never heard the term, but it’s probably the biggest problem we have in the world today.

And more:

They also control all the money, all the business. They control all the “politicians” who really don’t have the people’s interest in mind. They control all these things.

He concludes:

Follow Alex Jones at InfoWars.com. The Truth is with David Duke and Alex Jones.

Everyone knows David Duke, the former grand wizard of the KKK, who remains an unrepentant racist and anti-Semite to this day. But Alex Jones is important too, because, sadly, Jones seems to have some cachet with the Trumps.

First watch the video of this kid, then more about who exactly Alex Jones is:

First, just how wacky Alex Jones is, from the New Yorker:

Jones’s amazing reputation arises mainly from his high-volume insistence that national tragedies such as the September 11th terror attacks, the Oklahoma City bombing, the Sandy Hook elementary-school shooting, and the Boston Marathon bombing were all inside jobs, “false flag” ops secretly perpetrated by the government to increase its tyrannical power (and, in some cases, seize guns). Jones believes that no one was actually hurt at Sandy Hook—those were actors—and that the Apollo 11 moon-landing footage was faked.

More from the New Yorker about Trump’s willingness to cite Alex Jones and his InfoWars Web site as a reliable source:

Does Donald Trump actually believe any of this? Or is he laughing up his sleeve as apoplectic fact-checkers throw themselves into the thankless work of disproving his absurdities? To cover himself, he prefaces his more outlandish remarks with disclaimers like “I hear” or “A lot of people think.” (To back up his contention that “thousands and thousands” of Muslims publicly celebrated the 9/11 attacks in New Jersey, he tweeted a link to Infowars. His source for the California-drought denial also seemed to be Infowars.)

And here’s more from RightWingWatch on Trump’s love affair with Jones:

The fact that the Republican Party is about to nominate a candidate who has embraced conspiracy theorist broadcaster Alex Jones is downright terrifying.

Trump appeared on Jones’ radio show in December, when he was already the frontrunner for the GOP nomination, and complimented Jones for his “amazing” reputation.

Trump’s top confidant, Roger Stone, a conservative operative who has called for Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders to be killed, has been on Jones’ show nearly every week during the campaign. The two are even working together on an effort to track down Republican delegates who don’t support Trump and hound them at their hotel rooms at the party convention in Cleveland.

Jones has bragged that he advises Trump off-air and took credit for the candidates’ conspiracy theory about Rafael Cruz, the father of Trump’s former rival Ted Cruz, being involved in the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

When Trump falsely claimed that thousands of Muslims in New Jersey celebrated on 9/11, he cited a post on Jones’ InfoWars website and told Jones during an appearance on his program that his assertion was correct because people on Twitter told him so.

And here’s a bit more of Jones’ wackier theories:

Jones has broadcast numerous “false flag” conspiracy theories, alleging that the U.S. government was involved in the September 11 attacks; the Oklahoma City bombing; and the massacres of school children in Newtown, Connecticut, black churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina, moviegoers in Aurora, Colorado, and police officers in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Jones thinks that President Obama is literally “a demonic creature” who is out to assassinate Trump after successfully murdering Justice Antonin Scalia and conservative activist Andrew Breitbart, and that he, along with Pope Francis, is determined to kill anywhere between 90 million and 1 billion people. He also says that “chemtrails” from the backs of planes spread a deadly “weaponized flu.”

He even believes that juice boxes are turning children gay — “the reason there’s so many gay people now is because it’s a chemical warfare operation!” — and that the LGBT rights movement is bent on the extermination of humanity.

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