Alex Jones was recently spotted smoking some of the legendary boxer Mike Tyson’s ‘magic tobacco.’ In a video clip the two were spotted smoking and Jones asked him if he’d be interested in bringing peace between Russia and Ukraine.
Alex Jones conversation with Mike Tyson revealed
Jones wheezed as he took a puff, before asking the former heavyweight champion if he’d like to follow in Dennis Rodman’s shoes and get involved in world affairs.“That’s a magic moment,”
He began by asking Tyson’s views on the war itself, and the boxer’s response was pretty perceptive.
“I think it started out as a war for finance – and so many of us got involved because of the humanity of it,” he said. “It became a war of humanity because so many people got involved, so many countries got involved, and now Russia’s really losing from a public opinion perspective.
“That’s worse than being hit by a nuclear bomb, so to speak – at least you’re dead with a nuclear bomb but you’ve got to live with this crap.”
Jones then made the bold claim that Rodman’s intervention in North Korea has “kinda ended” the war between the dictatorship and the south, and asked: “Could you go to broker peace between Putin and Zelensky?”
Tyson could feel the controversial moment and drifted away from specifics, and onto the kind of metaphor that you typically hear from someone puffing away on ‘magic tobacco’.
“Imma look at it like this,” he said. “People aren’t going to like this. Sometimes I see a hawk and it grabs a robin. And I can stop him from killing that bird but once I stop him from killing that bird, he dies, his baby dies, who am I saving, how am I right?
“That’s what I tell my kids, how are you right if you save that bird right now? Now he (the hawk) is going to die, his baby’s gonna die, something’s going to die.
You can check out the video clip below:
Alex Jones just interviewed Mike Tyson while sharing some of Mike’s “magic tobacco.” Alex asks Mike if he can be like Dennis Rodman going to N.Korea and consider going to Russia to mediate an end to the war. Mike then tells a story about a hawk and a pigeon. pic.twitter.com/vyw3RxCg7A
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