Kyrie Irving has resurfaced to make a fool out of himself once again, this time by sharing a video of Alex Jones, who has spent his summer in courtrooms with Sandy Hook parents who sued him for defamation over his coverage of the tragic shooting.
Irving, who shared the video on his Instagram, most recently popped up on Twitter last week to proclaim that “Ancestral Realm Energy is getting stronger and stronger.”
In the video, a much-younger Jones is talking about “New World Order tyranny” conspiracy theories and the video is captioned “Never forget – Alex Jones tried to warn us.”
Here is the video for source. This is only part of the Alex Jones rant. It’s also worth noting that Kyrie Irving is an anti-vaxxer, and he used his Platform to cast doubt on Covid Vaccines in the height of the Pandemic. The NBA should not tolerate this: pic.twitter.com/EVGG7TbKxB
— Dash Dobrofsky (@DashDobrofsky) September 15, 2022
NBA fans crush Kyrie Irving for sharing a video that promotes InfoWars conspiracy theorist Alex Jones
Given the toxicity of Jones, Irving has swiftly been crushed on social media for using his platform to promote the disgraced conspiracy theorist:
Me after seeing Kyrie Irving share a Alex Jones Conspiracy Video pic.twitter.com/aqv5Ywv307
— RY (@Scott158710) September 15, 2022
— probably not zariq (@notrazpberry) September 15, 2022
Kyrie Irving seems to enjoy making the job of those who have his back harder and harder
— Mike Golic Jr (@mikegolicjr) September 16, 2022
Kyrie has *been* delusional. He's a flat-earther, doesn't believe dinosaurs existed, thinks the Moon landing was a hoax, thinks Bob Marley's & Dr. King's deaths were linked assassinations…it's amazing the dude is a top-level performer and that unhinged.https://t.co/M2ctCPRrrn https://t.co/icWHytWmBB
— STEVE HUFF (@SteveHuff) September 15, 2022
Kyrie Irving is dumber than a duffel bag full of hammers without handles…
— Dart_Adams (@Dart_Adams) September 15, 2022
Kyrie Irving posting Alex Jones clips is both shameful and the only logical progression of his tinfoil hat faux intellectualism
— Noah Perkins (@NoahZZPerkins) September 15, 2022
.@KyrieIrving Alex Jones is a dangerous, dangerous man.
It’s very hurtful and deeply unwise to share a video like this on Instagram. pic.twitter.com/19yvTKh2U9
— Cameron Tabatabaie (@CTabatabaie) September 15, 2022
The idea of Kyrie Irving > employing Kyrie Irving https://t.co/1dGrh8XbQq
— nope.🇻🇨 (@FEELZ_____) September 15, 2022
Yes, the same Alex Jones who last month was ordered to pay $45 million in punitive damages to the parents of a 6-year-old boy killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre – after Jones, a discredited conspiracy theorist, falsely claimed the shooting was a hoax.
— Tommy Beer (@TommyBeer) September 15, 2022
Kyrie Irving just being that absolute piece of shit he's always been. https://t.co/AbcmodkYyc
— Paul Lahticks (@PaulLahticks) September 15, 2022
Kyrie Irving is a bonafide nutjob. If I’m the owner of the Nets I get rid of his ass. Don’t care how gifted he is on a basketball court. This is beyond disgraceful. https://t.co/OpqXDxpGy2
— Kenny BooYah! 🖖🏾 (@KwikWarren) September 15, 2022
As a result of his Sandy Hook lawsuits, Jones has been ordered by a job to pay out millions upon millions of dollars in damages (($49.3 million in total, according to PBS), which led to the parent company of InfoWars, Free Speech Systems, LLC, filing for bankruptcy back in July.
Given what Kyrie has been up to this summer — trying to force a trade out of New York, sharing Alex Jones conspiracy theories, etc. — it’s sure looking like it’s going to be another stressful, chaotic season for Brooklyn Nets fans.
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