Alex Jones says he's 'so f**king sick' of Donald in leaked video from 2019

Never-before-seen footage has surfaced of Alex Jones saying he is 'so sick of f**king Donald ' back in 2019, two years before the conspiracy theorist paid for the pro- rally that preceded the Capitol riot.

The video, leaked to the Southern Poverty Law Center, shows Jones ranting that he wishes he 'never would have met' both the former president or Roger Stone, 's ex-aide who was convicted of lying to Congress and is a member of the purported hate group the Proud Boys.

The footage was an outtake of a video interview Jones paid to do in January 2019 to use as promotional material. 

The far-right radio host has long been on of 's most vocal supporters and is now under investigation by federal authorities over his part in the January 6 riot. 

Jones pushed the false claims that the election was stolen to his listeners in the weeks leading up to the insurrection and said he paid $500,000 toward the 'Stop the Steal' rally held moments before.

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Never-before-seen footage has surfaced of Alex Jones saying he is 'so sick of f**king Donald Trump' back in 2019, two years before the conspiracy theorist paid for the pro-Trump rally that preceded the Capitol riot

Never-before-seen footage has surfaced of Alex Jones saying he is 'so sick of f**king Donald ' back in 2019, two years before the conspiracy theorist paid for the pro- rally that preceded the Capitol riot

The video, leaked to the Southern Poverty Law Center , shows Jones ranting that he wishes he 'never would have met' both the former president or Roger Stone

The video, leaked to the Southern Poverty Law Center , shows Jones ranting that he wishes he 'never would have met' both the former president or Roger Stone

'I'm so sick of f**cking Donald , man. God, I'm f**king sick of him,' Jones says at the start of the video released Tuesday.  

'Part of me - the selfish part - wishes that I'd never met Donald , wishes that I'd never met Roger Stone,' he says. 

Jones puts his regrets down to the meetings being the 'time-space continuum reflections' of bringing 'Donald John into awesome.'

'Because unlike the previous things I've done that were game-changing, those were just time-space continuum reflections of the third big change that I was involved in - and that was bringing Donald John into awesome,' he says.

Jones corrects himself saying he meant to say 'office' not 'awesome' before telling the camera 'I'm going to say it again in a minute. 

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'It's the truth and I'm just going to say it. That I wish I never would have f**king met ,' Jones says later in the footage. 

'I wish it never would have happened. And it's not the attacks I've been through. 

'I'm so sick of f**king Donald , man. God, I'm f**king sick of him. And I'm not doing this because, like, I'm kissing his f**king ass, you know. It's, like, I'm sick of it.'   

The video was shot by filmmaker Caolan Robertson who was hired by the far-right commentator to film a promotional video in Austin, Texas, called 'You can't watch this.'

Jones at a protest in front of the Maricopa County Election Department while votes are being counted in Phoenix, Arizona, on November 6

Jones at a protest in front of the Maricopa County Election Department while votes are being counted in Phoenix, Arizona, on November 6

Jones (outside the Georgia capital) pushed the false claims that the election was stolen in the weeks leading up to the insurrection outside

Jones (outside the Georgia capital) pushed the false claims that the election was stolen in the weeks leading up to the insurrection outside

Robertson leaked the footage to Hatewatch, an initiative that monitors and exposes the activities of the American radical right.

After shooting the interview in 2019, Robertson told Hatewatch Jones contacted him asking him not to put the comments in the final cut. 

'Please don't put me b**ching in the film. I don't do it a lot. But

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