Alex Jones may be the country’s most well-know conspiracy theorist, with a popular website and radio show. But it seems that while the InfoWars host was waging war on the “reptilian elite,” he was losing everything else. Since 2015, the outraged political commentator has been enmired in a $3.5 million divorce, and now a subsequent custody battle. But the worst part of it all is the shocking confession he just made that undermined his entire career.

His ex-wife, Kelly Jones currently has custody of their three children—a 14-year-old son, and two daughters aged 9 and 12.  In custody hearings, Kelly told the judge she didn’t want Jones to have custody of the children, because of his clearly fiery personality.

“He’s not a stable person,” she said. “He says he wants to break Alec Baldwin’s neck. He wants J-Lo to get raped.”

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This is actually the radio host’s general theory. According to Jones, there is a global agenda to enslave all the common people, and it is run by a dozen or so elitists, comprised of the absolute most powerful people in the world. These people actually run the world, from the top down, and according to Jones, our understanding of politics and culture is all just massive theater to keep us all pacified.

Since these people ultimately control every penny on the globe, they pull the strings for the whole world—and they have a definite agenda. They want to eliminate the current “world order,” and recreate a feudal system, in which they have control.  They have a long-range agenda, that has been set for centuries, and are closing in on the final plans. All heads of state must play to their agenda, and regularly receive orders to execute their objectives. These objectives include influencing everything from politics and culture, to banking and finance all in accordance with the “elitist agenda.”

All corporations must also play to the game or will not survive financially. Not only that, when the final blows are dealt, and the elites openly rule the world, the masses will be confined to serfdom. Anyone who does not cooperate will be a “them” and not an “us.” Therefore, for any person to achieve success in high-level politics, popular culture, or in the world of business and finance, they already have to be “in on it.” As it would seem, all the influencers and all the entertainers are playing a massive joke on “the people.”

If any of these “global elites,” thinks for themselves, and tries to defy the system, they will be eliminated or discredited. This explains the recent upturn in celebrity deaths, as well as proliferations of political sex scandals. These were all planted because the person chose to defy “the system.” Whether this is all true, is debatable. But, for someone to believe all of it, would lead to a very paranoid and angry person.

“I’m concerned that he is engaged in felonious behavior, threatening a member of Congress,” Kelly Jones continued. “He broadcasts from home. The children are there, watching him broadcast.”

But, in the pretrial hearing, Wednesday, in order to downplay the power of his outrage, and prove himself to still be a fit father—he and his lawyers sort of shot themselves in the foot. Randal Wilhite, Alex’s attorney, told District Judge Orlinda Naranjo, “He’s playing a character. He is a performance artist.”

Then Wilhite went on to claim that judging Jones’ fitness to be a father, would be like claiming judging Jack Nicholson’s fathering qualities based on his performance as Joker in Batman.

Jones also said that he is frequently being metaphoric. He explained on-air that his recent comments regarding California democratic congressman Adam Schiff, were not meant to be taken literally. “[They were] clearly tongue-in-cheek and basically art performance, as I do in my rants, which I admit I do, as a form of art.”

Naranjo seemed to have a good handle on it, however, telling the legal counsel, “This case is not about InfoWars, and I don’t want it to be about InfoWars. I am in control of this court, not your clients.”

 The trial will continue to play out for the next two weeks in an Austin courtroom. Jones’ popularity has risen tremendously in regards to many people’s outrage over Donald Trump. InfoWars is heard on 150 radio stations, and the website sees millions of views, ranking at 387 in traffic for all U.S. Websites. His YouTube channel has 2 million subscribers. He seems to even have the ear of the President, who purportedly told him, “Your reputation is amazing. I will not let you down.”

Jones’ ex-wife, Kelly currently receives $43,000 a month in alimony, but she claims that she is broke from the legal fees. Meanwhile, Alex has remarried and is expecting a child. Is Jones at the end of his career, or is this part of some massive plan to discredit him because he’s getting too popular?