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Alex Jones Vows to Release Secretly Recorded Megyn Kelly Interview in Retaliation for ‘Hit Piece’

In hindsight, Megyn Kelly should have seen it coming.

Three days before the release of NBC host Megyn Kelly’s interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, the InfoWars creator released a portion of a secretly-recorded audio clip from that interview.

He promised to release the entire audio before NBC’s broadcast.

The interview, scheduled for release by NBC News on Sunday, has garnered tons of controversy, with calls of the network to pull the plug on the project aid sponsors removing ads.

“I’ve never done this in 22 years, I’ve never recorded another journalist,” Jones said in a Twitter video. “I’ve never done this, but I knew that it was a fraud, that it was a lie.”

Kelly can be heard saying on the audio that the interview will be fairly edited.

“It’s not going to be some gotcha hit piece,” she said. “I can promise you that.”

Jones played a few more short portions of the audio.

“What are they going to do, when I’ve got the tapes of what really happened?” he asked, adding the former Fox News host was “obsessed with him.”

Jones is a 9/11 truther, claiming the terrorist attack that took down the World Trade Center’s twin towers in 2001 was an inside job.

Even more, he alleged that the massacre at the Sandy Hook Elementary School never happened, and the grieving parents are actors playing a role. Jones has softened his stance, claiming his job is to “question everything.”

Jones says the interview with Kelly didn’t portray that and instead made him look like a Sandy Hook conspiracy theorist.

The Hill’s Joe Concha reported:

Others agreed and said NBC News did nothing other than elevate Jones. he didn’t see much support for his announcement: