Alex Jones on Bitcoin: is he confusing Soros with Max Keiser?

01 Mar, 2019 | Updated: 01 Mar, 2019
by David Robb
Alex Jones on Bitcoin: is he confusing Soros with Max Keiser?

Alex Jones recently claimed that George Soros had offered him around $5 million to pump Bitcoin back in 2011. Broadcaster and crypto enthusiast Max Keiser is now claiming that Jones is wrong, and it was he who had pushed Jones to get involved with BTC.

Appearing on Joe Rogan's podcast, Jones' latest globalist conspiracy theory was that George Soros had tried to artificially inflate the price of Bitcoin, and that he himself was urged by the billionaire to launch a promotional effort.

Read more: Alex Jones: George Soros offered me $5 million to pump Bitcoin

Responding to this story, Max Keiser pointed out that he had discussed Bitcoin with Jones around the time that he claimed to have been contacted by Soros, and suggested that the Infowars host was confusing Soros with him.

Observers on Twitter backed up this version of events, and there is at least some proof on YouTube. A video shared there contains audio from Infowars in 2012, in which Keiser tries to convince Jones of the advantages of Bitcoin, and AJ seems to believe in some of its benefits and see it as a subversive development that the globalists are hoping to suppress.

So, was this change of heart due to the Infowars host being paid off by Wall Street? Is that YouTube video just a deep fake planted by Soros and his acolytes? Or could Alex Jones have just been wrong about something? Watch out for more updates as we get them.

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