The DOJ apparently wants Alex Jones’ pet cat. That’s what’s he claimed in a video that’s going viral. In the video, Alex is holding his Rag Doll breed cat named Mushu, and explaining that the Justice Department spent 5 minutes discussing the cat at a recent hearing. Alex says he and his lawyers were dumbfounded and have never heard of anything like this before. Business Insider reported that far-right provocateur Alex Jones, who owes almost $1.5 billion in court-awarded damages to the families of Sandy Hook victims, is now accusing authorities of trying to take his cat away, because of his bankruptcy proceedings.
Jones’ wife, Erika Wulff Jones, posted a bizarre video on Twitter on Thursday of her husband complaining about the authorities’ attitude towards the pet.
In the video, Jones said he attended a bankruptcy hearing with Justice Department officials earlier that day, where they spent “five minutes” of a three-hour hearing talking about his cat.
“This is Mushu,” Jones said, cradling the animal in his arms. He estimated the two-year-old cat was worth around $2,000.
“They were very serious about the cat and its value, and they may want the cat for the Sandy Hook families,” he said.
Jones also said that they wanted to know if “assets were hidden in the cat.”
He claimed it was harassment.
Exclusive: DOJ investigates Alex Jones’s cat. Not Satire! pic.twitter.com/BteGs3OChu
— Erika Wulff Jones (@WulffJones) February 24, 2023
Rag Doll cats are absolutely beautiful, but Alex is right. This is absurd. And when he wondered if they would come after his kids next, my answer would be, “hell yes.”
This is the left’s opportunity to take down a “big fish” and they won’t stop at anything. Cats, kids, body parts – it’s all on the table.
Of course, I am exaggerating – sort of.
But when the left comes to play, they play to win. The right could learn a thing or two about how to bury their enemies by watching this unfold.
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