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It Turns Out That Alex Jones is Not Happy with Megyn Kelly Either
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18 Jun 2017 07:11 PM EST

-by Chanel Adams, Staff Writer; Image: Alex Jones (Image Source: Zach Copley via Wikimedia Commons)

Alex Jones has found himself in a feud with Megyn Kelly.

People weren't happy to hear that she was going to feature the conspiracy theorist on her new show, Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly. Jones is not happy with the backlash and the way he's being portrayed on her show. He claims that he has eight hours of secret recordings of Kelly and the NBC crew. The host of Infowars claimed asked for NBC News on Saturday, June 17 to release an unedited recording of his controversial interview, which is already set to air on the network's Sunday night lineup.

Alex Jones took to Periscope to rant about the interview, reports The Huffington Post. He claims that if NBC does not post 100 minutes of the unedited version of his interview with Kelly on their website, he will release eight hours or more of secret recordings and footage he has of Kelly and her news team. The recordings were made inside his car, at dinner with Kelly, and at his control room of his studio. During his 15-minute rant, Jones called Kelly, Tom Brokaw, and NBC News "frauds."

This comes shortly after he posted parts of a phone conversation he had with Kelly before the interview was revealed. During the conversation, Kelly promised Jones that she was "not looking to portray you as some boogeyman or just any sort of gotcha moment," then saying, "I just want to talk about you." After Jones leaked his phone call with Kelly, NBC News announced that the network still plans to broadcast the interview.

"Despite Alex Jones' efforts to distract from and ultimately prevent the airing of our report, we remain committed to giving viewers context and insight into a controversial and polarizing figure, how he relates to the president of the United States and influences others, and to getting this serious story right," a NBC spokesperson said in a statement on Friday.

During the interview, Jones claims the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings was a hoax. He claimed the victims' parents pretended to mourn for the destruction of the NRA and to promote stricter gun laws. He now has backtracked on his previous claims and now believes the shooting occurred. Other conspiracy theories Jones has talked about on his InfoWars show, which has an audience of millions, includes that 9/11 was set up by the government and Hillary Clinton's presidential campaigned operated a sex traffic ring inside a pizza restaurant in Washington.

Alex Jones' ex-wife plans to trash the anchor in an op-ed if she's not featured in an interview. Kelly Jones reportedly spoke to NBC producers this week, leading up to the interview, and demanded that she be included, according to Meditate. Kelly Jones planned to trash her ex after their divorce and their custody battle. But, NBC's producers told Kelly that there was not enough time to include her in the interview, as it's already been filmed.

Kelly Jones is going up against Megyn Kelly. She wants to trash the TV host in an op-ed. But, she also wants to attack her ex-husband as well. She reportedly sent an op-ed to NBC for them to look at and hopefully release.

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