Alex Jones prepares to take the stand in his second defamation trial

Alex Jones’ second Sandy Hook defamation trial is currently heating up in Connecticut, as the embattled InfoWars host is set to soon take the stand to address comments he made that questioned the tragedy.

Arriving at the Waterbury courthouse Wednesday, Jones engaged in a full-scale meltdown outside the judicial building, asserting that he’s apologized for the comments for years and that they should be protected by the First Amendment.

‘As an American, I have a right to question something,’ Jones told reporters outside the court, growing increasingly red-faced as he made his statement. ‘I did say things that were hurtful and not true,’ he admitted. ‘As an American, I have a right.’

The spiel from the right-wing radio personality – who ballooned to pseudo-stardom during the 2016 election – also saw him accuse prosecutors of using his trial ‘to go after the First Amendment.’ 

The claim seemed to contradict previous assertions from Jones that liberals had been using the shooting to try…

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