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WATCH: DOJ Threatens to Repossess Alex Jones’s Cat

'This is the reality that we live in here in America, here in 2023. Justice Department hearings with people laughing in the background saying they want your cat... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Infowars founder and right-wing media personality Alex Jones posted a video earlier this week saying that the Department of Justice wants to confiscate his pet cat to give the parents of Sandy Hook children.

Jones began the video by ensuring that the statement that he was about to make was not a joke.

“Ok, so this is not a joke, this is real, and it’s happening,” he began.

“I just got home tonight with my family… I’m in a bankruptcy hearing,” he noted, alluding to the $1 million that Jones owes to the parents of the children of Sandy Hook, according to a jury decision last fall.

Jones, who has called his trial a “show trial” in the past, noted that the DOJ accused him specifically of hiding money in his family’s pet cat.

“The Justice Department is involved, and they asked me to be in a hearing today. They wanted to know if assets were hidden in the cat. They were very serious about the cat and its value. And they want the cat for the Sandy Hook families.”

Jones then mocked the DOJ, suggesting that they should come after his family as well, given their lack of boundaries.

“What [do] you want, my children next?” he asked.

He concluded the video by noting that this is the state of our nation today, going after people in court to take away their pets.

“This is the reality that we live in here in America, here in 2023. Justice Department hearings with people laughing in the background saying they want your cat.”

Ultimately, though, Jones said that he is unwilling to give up his pet.

“Ladies and gentleman, the line in the sand is, you cannot have my cat.”

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