The individual who started the petition demanding the deportation of Piers Morgan for expressing his opinion on gun control has been identified.
What quickly became evident, however, was that Jones had no actual intent to discuss things rationally at all.
At first, Jones asserted calmly (yet incorrectly) that "The Second Amendment isn't there for duck hunting. It's there to protect us from tyrannical government and street thugs."
Ignoring that the Constitution is also very clear on the definition of treason, Jones quickly escalated the "conversation" into what has generously been referred to by most media outlets as a one-sided, pro-gun tirade in which he cut Morgan off at every turn.
It would be more accurately described as a flailing temper tantrum.
"I'm here to tell you," Jones yelled, "1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms!"
He continued "America was born on guns and whiskey. It's true we're a violent society. . . You're a foreigner. You're a redcoat. You're telling us what to do."
Jones also accused Morgan of fleeing to the U.S. to evade questions about the U.K. phone hacking scandal (which happened in 2006, a full decade after Morgan left News of the World to work for The Mirror), calling him "a hatchet man of the New World Order."
Additionally, Jones accused England of becoming a police state.
"You have hordes of people burning down cities and beating old women’s brains out every day," said Jones. "They arrest people in England if they defend themselves."
The Bad TV Examiner would in turn like to thank Alex Jones for providing the most compelling argument in favor of gun control to date, and to include him as a late eleventh entry onto the list of Bad TV's most wanted infotainment instigators.