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Posted Friday 6/15/18 at 10:55PM EDT
Alex Jones' Infowars celebrates Jordan Klepper's The Opposition cancelation
The Comedy Central show failed after one season of trying to do a sendup of the controversial conservative conspiracy theorist. "Jordan Klepper's crappy show has been canceled," Infowars' Twitter account tweeted, which Jones retweeted. "Comedy Central is currently brainstorming the next failed show to replace 'The Opposition.'"
Posted Thursday 4/12/18 at 10:36PM EDT
Jordan Klepper's The Opposition correspondent confronts Alex Jones: "Are you a crisis actor"?
"Citizen Journalist" Kobi Libii confronted The Opposition host's real-life counterpart on the streets of Washington, D.C., asking: “Are you the real Alex Jones?” In response, Jones denied calling people crisis actors, telling Libii: “You’re an actor pretending to be journalist pretending to be a comedian, so you can sit there and confuse your audience like you’re a news show." That prompted this response from Klepper in the studio: “I want to be clear. We didn’t call this Alex Jones crisis actor a ‘crisis actor.’ We merely looked at the crisis actor-like behavior of this crisis actor-like man, speaking from what felt like a script, and said, ‘Others might say Alex Jones is a crisis actor.'"
Posted Wednesday 2/28/18 at 5:47PM EST
Jordan Klepper launches a "#BlameKlepper" campaign after Alex Jones calls him a "psychopath" and "failed actor"
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
The Opposition host finally got to the guy whom he modeled his Comedy Central show after. "This Keppler guy," said the Infowars host. "There are ten shows we know of, Homeland, Keppler, who attack us five nights a week and who say things we never said." Jones added that “Klepper is like the classic psychopath in school and he’s just lording and enjoying the lies. Keppler is a failed actor. So, he’s another dropping of Soros.”
Posted Wednesday 8/23/17 at 6:58PM EDT
Jordan Klepper seems to be channeling Alex Jones in the first promo for The Opposition
The Daily Show vet has released the first promo for what appears to be a conspiracy-minded Comedy Central news show.