Less than two weeks after the White House issued a one-day press pass to the Alex Jones-run website that has peddled the Pizzagate conspiracy theory and is reportedly the subject of an FBI probe, the Trump administration sent out an email Saturday linking to an InfoWars article.
Trump campaign just blasted out an email that contains a link to InfoWars pic.twitter.com/yCcJAqMLAf
— Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) June 3, 2017
Dozens gathering to support President Trump at WH. Shouts of, Pittsburgh Not Paris! pic.twitter.com/8HqFvMnkbt
— Tom Vanden Brook (@tvandenbrook) June 3, 2017
As for the grievances held by at least one InfoWars/Trump supporter against the Paris Climate Accord, well, he’s not entirely sure.
Guy with “Infowars dot com— CNN is ISIS!” sign asked why the Paris deal was bad:
“I personally haven’t looked into it. I just trust Trump" pic.twitter.com/msdmRVr5Fp
— Tom Namako (@TomNamako) June 3, 2017
After pulling out of the Paris Accord this past week, Trump also announced a “Pittsburgh, Not Paris” rally for Saturday. Trump, however, was not there with his supporters. Instead …
Crazy upside down world Part II. Anti Elites Rally outside WH "Pittsburgh not Paris." Where's POTUS. At his family golf course in Virginia. pic.twitter.com/ud8mpZibU6
— Eric Lipton (@EricLiptonNYT) June 3, 2017