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‘She Doesn’t Look Like Any Black Woman I Know’: Alex Jones Calls Michelle Obama ‘The First Tranny’

Alex Jones has never seen a conspiracy theory he didn’t like but this one might be a new low.

On his radio show, Jones implored listeners to consider whether there might be some truth to Joan Rivers’ recent comment calling Michelle Obama a “tranny.”

“Well, Joan Rivers talked about it the other day, and now it’s an international news story,” Jones said. “The question is, ‘Who is Michelle Obama? Is she really a woman? Is she a man?’”

“Now, I’m not drawing any conclusions here,” Jones defended. “But I know this – it’s fair to question anything and everything this administration says. I can’t think of an administration in history that’s been caught with such a perfect record of everything they say and do being a lie or a fraud.”

“These people are the authors of such tyranny that they shouldn’t whine and complain when the public doesn’t believe anything they’re saying,” he continued. “Especially when every time I look at ‘Michelle’ or ‘Michael’ Obama, the First Lady, or First Tranny, something doesn’t look right.”

“She doesn’t look like any black woman I’ve ever known,” he asserted. “She’s got shoulders wider than a man’s, which physiologically doesn’t happen. You can put three heads on a man’s shoulders, and two heads on a woman’s shoulders – that’s a known anatomy.”

He then went on to say, “There’s also a small percentage, a small statistic, of men who identify as females and females who identify as males. And I don’t judge that, I’m just sick of this societal obsession with it. It’s clearly being pushed, and what I’m tired off is the force-feeding of all this culturally, to reduce population and break up the family.”

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