The bone-chilling weather undoubtedly kept many people at home, but Austin-based radio personality Alex Jones would not be deterred.According to dallasnews.com, Jones, a hero to his anti-government listeners, was broadcasting live from downtown Dallas on Friday. And it was quite a show.
It began with a demonstration in Belo Garden Park across from the Earle Cabell Federal Building. And it ended with Jones and his followers being shoved across Main Street in the cold rain by Dallas County sheriff’s deputies who decided they’d had enough.
The rowdy Jones crowd drowned out the handful of quiet demonstrators and conspiracy theorists who set up along Main Street to get their message out.
Shortly before 11 a.m., about a hundred supporters, mostly twenty-something men, gathered around Jones in Belo Garden. He invited them to line up and say something into his microphone.
Jones and Co. marched down Main Street toward Dealey Plaza. He kept broadcasting the whole way, followed closely by his personal cameraman who recorded every movement and word.
Word spread through the crowd that Jones intended to bust through the barricades that separated him and his group from the officially sanctioned audience at the JFK commemoration ceremony.
But Jones stopped at the barricade, apparently deciding that he didn’t want to get arrested, according todallasnews.com.
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