You know it’s bad when even the guy who claimed Hillary Clinton ran a child sex ring out of a pizza parlor basement calls you out for being ignorant.
Conspiracy theorist and conservative firebrand Alex Jones slammed White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Tuesday for saying during his daily press briefing that Adolf Hitler never used chemical gas.
“What the hell is that from Sean Spicer?” Jones asked on InfoWars. “Was he being sarcastic?
His guest, British conspiracy theorist Paul Joseph Watson, replied: “No, he was comparing Hitler with Assad and he said, ‘Even Hitler didn’t stoop to this level. Hitler never gassed anybody.'”
At first Jones tried to justify Spicer’s remarks telling Watson, “No, I think he meant, like, Hitler didn’t drop gas on people … They didn’t use chemical weapons in World War II.”
But even Jones must have realized the comments were indefensible.
“It shows how historically ignorant his crew is,” he said.
Last month, Jones apologized for peddling the “Pizzagate” conspiracy theory, which prompted one man to open fire in a Washington restaurant last year.
Jones has also argued that 9/11 was an inside job and that the Sandy Hook shooting was a hoax.
Watch video of Jones’ confusion below.
WATCH: Alex Jones re Spicer "What the hell is that from Sean Spicer? Was he being sarcastic? It shows how historically ignorant his crew is" pic.twitter.com/z7qW1paIel
— Yashar (@yashar) April 11, 2017