Alex Jones Warns That Trump’s Life Is in Danger

Alex Jones Warns That Trump's Life Is in Danger

( – Donald Trump recently gave a fiery campaign speech in Waco, Texas, casting the 2024 presidential election in apocalyptic terms. Whether by coincidence or design, his rally happened within days of the 30th anniversary of a bloody siege between a religious group led by David Koresh and federal agents. That incident left 86 people dead, including four law enforcement officials. Noted conservative radio show host Alex Jones quickly followed up with an urgent warning that the former president’s life is in danger.

On March 26, Jones delivered a forceful response to Trump’s speech. He conceded that he has had his differences with the former president over the years, adding that he thought Trump’s rhetoric at his rally wasn’t “a good thing in action.” However, he said Trump was a “hardcore” opponent of the unseen radical forces that control the world behind the scenes.

Continuing, Jones said the deep state hates Trump’s guts and is “scared of him because they see him as a [powerful] rival.” He also warned they would stop at nothing to prevent him from winning a second term in office.

“If he’s able to get back in… I think they’ll kill him,” he declared, adding, “I think they’re going to blow his airplane [Trump Force One] up.”

Jones backed up his claim by pointing to the July 2022 assassination of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, the longest-serving head of Japan in history. The radio host said Abe’s killing served as an example of the possible fate of a conservative political leader.

Jones prefaced his dire prediction by acknowledging the powerful forces working against Trump’s 2024 campaign. “Do we just sit here” and let them install another person in the White House, or “put Trump in prison?” he asked his listeners. Trump is “fighting the deep state, and [it] see[s] him as a threat… a rival.”

True to form, a George Soros-backed Manhattan district attorney indicted Trump on charges thought to be related to a payment to Stormy Daniels made by his former attorney Michael Cohen. New York authorities scheduled Trump’s arraignment for Tuesday afternoon, April 4.

The former president’s website issued a press release over the weekend announcing that he would deliver remarks at his Mar-a-Lago residence at 8:00 p.m. local time on Tuesday.

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