Radio Host Defends Charlie Sheen: He's 'Not Muammar Gaddafi' (Video)
"He's tired of being judged and held up as the ultimate demon of this world," Alex Jones says during an angry tirade on "The View."
Radio host Alex Jones went on The View Monday to defend Charlie Sheen, who infamously made controversial statements about Two and a Half Men co-creator Chuck Lorre on his radio show last week.
"He's tired of being judged and held up as the ultimate demon of this world," Jones bellowed in an angry tirade while interrupting the hosts. “He didn't kill people in Iraq. He's not responsible for the takedown of [World Trade Center] Building 7…. We've got banks bankrupting the United States. He didn't steal $23.7 trillion."
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Jones also declared that "America's turning into a police state" and a that Sheen is not Libyan leader Colonel Moammar Gadhafi.
"His interviews are taken out of context," added Jones. "Charlie Sheen… you have a right to kill him and not to judge him… Charlie Sheen is super charged. He's angry. He's refocused."
Before shouting out his website again, Jones looked into the camera and declared, "Charlie, stay clean. We love you. Infowars.com."