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Childish Gambino’s ‘This Is America’ Video Is Voodoo, Says Alt-Right Host Alex Jones

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African inspired dance steps, as well as a pertinent message about gun violence and racism equates to voodoo, according to alt-right radio host, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.

On Monday (May 7), during a segment of his show “Infowars,” Jones brought up Donald Glover, aka, Childish Gambino’s video for “This is America,” a clip that’s gotten over 37 million views in just three days.

Not only did Jones accuse the “Atlanta” star of using voodoo to deliver his message and pull people in, he also accused him of working with liberals to create a false narrative.

“Every passing day the economy comes back, what are they going to do?” said Jones. “They’re going to challenge us with censored internet and force feeding things like Childish Gambino, giving it 10 million views over the weekend. Saying, ‘This is America, this is America, this is America.”

“So it’s all this emotional idiocy and people fittingly doing a voodoo dance,” he continued. “You know, I’m looking at the video they just played of the Donald Glover, Childish Gambino dance he is doing, that he probably thinks you think is real original. That’s a voodoo dance he is doing. In fact that’s a full ‘nother subject.”

Jones also played portions of the “This is America” video in the background, as well as a clip of two Black women dancing in their native attire. Then he suggested that Gambino and the ladies were doing something sinister while moving around, and he’s seen their steps before.

“That’s where they go into a trance state of particular spirits,” he explained. “That’s a particular dance and they mix it in with some more contemporary stuff, some shuffles and you name it.”  

“Pull me in with voodoo dancing, people in trance and that is a voodoo dance 110 percent,” Jones went on. “You’ve got all of that then personified through artwork, but they don’t think you know what you’re actually looking at. The Clintons like to go and do their own voodoo rituals, that’s in the news.”

Of course, being a conspiracy theorist — or just a contrarian depending on how you look at it — Jones has offended many in the past with his ideas and hunches. For example, people were outraged when he said the deadly 2012 Sandy Hook shooting was a hoax perpetrated by the U.S. government.

Plus, back in March, he said African countries needed white colonists to show them how to be civilized and if those outsiders were ever kicked out, the natives would go back to barbarism.

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