Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Dave Mustaine Endorses Rick Santorum, Which Completely Flies In the Face of His Association with Alex Jones


Why does Alex Jones schmooze with celebrities that claim they embrace his political stances, while at the same time support politicians and ideologies that Jones condemns?

by Larry Simons
February 15, 2012

It was announced today that guitarist and lead vocalist for the band Megadeth, Dave Mustaine, is throwing his support to Republican Rick Santorum for President. Even if ones knowledge were limited about Santorum and Mustaine, this endorsement would seem logical. Both men claim to be born again Christians and both men hate homosexuals with a passion, so it seems fitting.

The problem comes from the fact that Alex Jones has had Mustaine on his radio show on several occasions. Mustaine admits that Jones’ films [like Endgame] have influenced his political ideologies greatly. He even titled one of Megadeth’s albums “Endgame” because of Jones’ film. He has even credited Jones as being the one that has introduced him to the New World Order and globalists pushing for a one-world government.

The obvious problem is, Santorum is one of the elite globalists Alex Jones so often warns about. Of course, this is not the first time Jones has schmoozed with a celebrity that openly supported someone that Jones condemns on a regular basis. In 2009, Charlie Sheen admitted he voted for Obama in a much-publicized promo on Jones’ sites called Letter to the President, in which Sheen prepared 20 questions to ask Obama regarding 9/11.

Did it matter to Jones that Sheen admitted he voted for a politician that Jones condemns and has made several films about? Of course not. All that mattered to Jones was the fact that he got to schmooze with a celebrity in order to promote his website and generate revenue for it.

Now, Dave Mustaine, one of Jones’ regular guests, is openly supporting Rick Santorum, another politics-as-usual big government Washington insider who Alex Jones despises. And I personally do think Jones really does despise him. But it is not about what Jones despises or does not despise; it is about what Jones loves, and he loves celebrities more than defending his political ideologies.

Mustaine has even admitted voting for George W. Bush in 2004 because he stated then that John Kerry would have ruined the country. If Mustaine were sincere about Alex Jones being a big influence on him, he would realize that Bush and Kerry are distant cousins and that both were Bonesman and it wouldn’t have mattered who was elected.

Mustaine recently said that he respects Santorum because of Santorum’s recent suspension of his campaign to be with his sick daughter. Really? Is he joking? Why would an act that any decent father would do translate to that qualifying them for President of the United States?

Mustaine is yet another example of someone who holds political party over country. He even admitted recently that no matter who the GOP nominee was, he would vote for them over Obama. He stated, “I can't bear to watch what's happened to our great country. Everybody's got their head in the sand. Everybody in the industry is like, 'Oh, Obama's doing such a great job...' I dont think so. Not from what I see.” Hmmm, if he did not feel this way during the Bush administration, then Mustaine’s head was in the sand.

What can you expect from someone who believes the Bible is literally true? That they make a sound, logical choice of which candidate they endorse based on facts?

Naturally, there is no mention of Mustaine’s endorsement of Santorum on any of Jones’s sites. Does that surprise anyone?

3 comments:

rob said...

thats why metallica let this drunken drug user go. what a ass hole. i bet prison planet wont post this story. larry owns another blog.

Anonymous said...

holy f dave is the most awesome in forever itme. thats ny story and im stickin to it!

sonia said...

not ny .. i meant my

heehee