If there was any evidence that America is a divided nation, than look no further than what unfolded in Cleveland on Thursday night between InfoWars and The Young Turks.
First we have InfoWar’s Alex Jones coming on set of progressive show, The Young Turks, during their live broadcast from the Cleveland RNC. TYT host Cenk Uygur is questioned by Jones about his support for Hillary Clinton. Jones then gives Uygur a Bill Clinton “Rape” T-Shirt…and all hell breaks loose.
Enter GOP consultant Roger Stone who joins the fray and has at it with Uygur.
The we have politically correct Ana Kasparian, acting anything but, calling Jones a “fat f**k”.
Once Jones mentioned TYT’s lack of criticism of Saudi Arabia, the entire situation spirals out of control..
The Hill reports…
Uygur, the host of a popular left-wing web video show, called Stone a “piece of crap” and “the biggest liar in media.”
“Bullshit! Bullshit! Bullshit!” shouted back Stone, a longtime Trump adviser who has no official role on the campaign.
InfoWars founder Jones stood over Uygur on the show’s set, holding a microphone, gesticulating in the progressive host’s face and urging him to debate Stone.
“First of all, Alex, this ain’t your f—ing show,” Uygur shouted back. “And Roger, this surely ain’t your f—ing show.”
The fight happened on Media Row at the GOP convention in Cleveland.
Security had to intervene.
Alex Jones And Roger Stone Interrupt The Young Turks Republican National Convention Coverage https://t.co/B4CrswkJ1L
— The Young Turks (@TheYoungTurks) July 21, 2016
As an eye witness to the whole Alex Jones, Roger Stone, Young Turks kerfuffle, I can assure you it was the stupidest moment of #RNCinCLESee Also
— Steve Robinson (@BigSteve207) July 21, 2016
@cenkuygur so you think you can have us censored by YouTube? The Young Turks are a joke. YouTube owes us an apology
— Alex Jones (@RealAlexJones) July 22, 2016
Alex Jones took to his website Infowars, to tell his side of the story, where Jones claims Uygur “went into an emotional breakdown after being challenged to a debate.”