Someone turned Alex Jones’ rants into an indie folk song

Ever wondered what Alex Jones‘ rants would sound like in A minor?

Super Deluxe, the multimedia production company known for its digital comedy shorts and off-kilter National Convention coverages, have released the indie-folk-shouted-word single of the century: “Jones Iver.” At present, it has amassed 216,000 hits on Youtube and over 60,000 shares on Facebook.

The video begins with a shirtless, forest-bathing Jones, in his transcendent pilgrimage to a river last year. A gentle and melodic guitar accompanies conspiracy-theorist and conservative radio talk show host Jones’ croons about the Satan-loving Christian-murdering scum who want to eat babies.

The song calls attention to a wide-range of socio-political issues, including how Jones was told “Obama and Hillary smell like sulfur” and that he works out to Fox.

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