Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones could be in a mess of legal trouble.

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The highest court in Texas recently rejected appeals by Jones to dismiss defamation lawsuits brought by two fathers who lost their children in the Sandy Hook massacre. Neil Heslin, who lost his son Jesse in the shootings, told CT Insider,

The First Amendment doesn't give Jones the right to slander or defame or spread malicious lies that put people's lives in jeopardy. I look forward to seeing Alex Jones in court, face to face.

Larry Pozner's son Noah was also slain at Sandy Hook and went on to tell CT Insider that Jones wasn't being sued because of his conspiracy theory that Sandy Hook never happened. He's being sued because "he directed his 5 million followers to hunt." To give you some context as to what Alex Jones is all about, check out this video from August 2018.

This man makes me sick to my stomach. Jones is one of the most notorious conspiracy theorists as it pertains to Sandy Hook. Still, there are many more out there, including newly elected U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from Georgia, who claimed that Sandy Hook and the Parkland shootings were "staged."

Nicole Hockley, the mother of six-year-old Dylan, who also lost his life at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012, invited Greene to Newtown to view Dylan's ashes and his "bullet-hole riddled sweatshirt." According to the Connecticut Post, Greene is Congress's most prominent QAnon supporter.

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