Exposed! Megyn Kelly’s Very Tricky Editing Tactics
Alex Jones just released unedited portions of the interview the two did — the latest revelations are startling
InfoWars founder and host Alex Jones has made good on his promise to release unedited footage and audio from his recent controversial interview with NBC’s Megyn Kelly. Jones released the first bit of audio on Thursday night, with promises of hour-long excerpts to come on Wednesday, July 19.
Despite the actual talk between Jones and Kelly, which lasted hours, her final piece that aired was just 17 minutes long — and only a small fraction of that was dedicated to Jones himself.
TV interview shows typically engage in a great deal of editing after actual interviews take place and before they air — that's well understood. But it's already been shown, based on a thorough comparison comparison of the promo for the show with the actual airing, that Kelly re-edited her interview with Jones.
The television host also misrepresented Jones' comments about the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting — something the interview suggested Jones believed was a conspiracy theory, even though he has released numerous statements saying he believes it did happen.
In the sneak-peak audio and footage released through Jones' InfoWars channel, one deceptive edit Kelly made is already apparent.
She can be heard — and seen briefly — questioning the vetting process at InfoWars and its coverage of the recent death of Seth Rich, a Democratic National Committee staffer.
It's a lengthy conversation: Jones and Kelly tangle about mainstream media, the responsibility of independent media, and more.
However, Kelly only showed one small bit of that exchange in the final airing — and she chopped it up. (go to page 2 to continue reading)