You can actually pinpoint the second when Alex Jones realizes he's been caught committing perjury

Calm, relaxed and completely in control of the situation.
Two-legged hunk of sunburned beef Alex Jones is on trial over defamation allegations made against him by the families of victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook shooting. It's not going well for him, to say the least. Like the part during yesterday's cross-examination where DA Mark Bankston demonstrated that the InfoWars host on live television definitely committed perjury.

Lawyer asks Alex Jones if he knows what 'perjury' is after surprise text message revealed
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In that moment of pure, uncensored glee, Bankston reveals that Jones' lawyer made a mistake and included two years of Jones' cellphone history -- including messages related to Sandy Hook, which Jones previously denied existed -- 12 days earlier. In doing so, we see Jones trying to squirm not to admit that he lied under oath throughout the trial.
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Like the similarly televised moment when Lisa rips Ralph Wiggum's heart in half, there are several moments in the video above that give us a kind of X-ray of Jones realizing how badly he screwed up. There's the part where Jones figures out what's happening, says "nice trick," and Bankston giggles in response. Jones rolls his eyes and calls Bankston's revelation "Perry Mason moment". Jones stares at one of his own printed emails and has to confirm that he does, in fact, send emails sometimes. Best of all, the simple question is, "You know what perjury is, don't you?" and Jones blinks and gestures frantically in response while trying to explain that he's "not a tech."

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The longtime conspiracy theorist, crook, and nemesis of both globalists and shirts has given us great legal autonomy before — especially when he had to defend himself by testifying that his fight against dark satanic conspiracies was actually just a part of him.” playing a character all these years.
But the enduring uneasiness on display here — and its uncanny resemblance to a scene from It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia — makes Jones' perjury admission stand out in the ever-growing Hall of Fame for his stupidest moments.
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