WATCH: Biden’s DOJ Ridiculously Trying to Seize Alex Jones' $2,000 Cat


In the latest act of lawfare against Alex Jones, Biden's Department of Justice is trying to seize his cat.  Infowars host Alex Jones revealed on Thursday that during his bankrupty hearing, the Department of Justice asked if he was hiding assets in his cat.

Jones said his cat, which he purchased for $2,000, might be seized and given to the Sandy Hook families, to whom he has already been ordered to pay nearly a billion dollars. Yet this is a member of the Jones family, not simply a material possession.

"This is not a joke, this is real," Jones began. "I'm in a bankruptcy hearing, personal and corporate for Infowars, and the Justice Department ... spent probably five minutes of the meeting that was three hours long on my cat."

Holding "Mushu," his family's $2,000 ragdoll cat, Jones went on to explain that the DOJ wanted to know if assets were hidden in the feline. "They were very serious about the cat and its value," he said, "and they may want the cat for the Sandy Hook families."

The cat is beloved by the whole family, but for the DOJ, it's a way to further humiliate Jones, who has repeatedly apologized for his words on the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre.

"So, the deal's broke," Jones declared. "You guys aren't getting the cat. This is next level; this is harassment." He noted that even his lawyers had never heard of family pets being involved in such cases.

"What, you want my children next?" Jones asked. "You wanna like sacrifice my children or something?"

Putting the giant cat down on the table, Jones lamented the state of affairs he found himself in.

"This is the reality that we live in," he said. "Here in America in 2023, justice department hearings with people laughing in the background when they say 'We want your cat' ... They're trying to stir me up or something; it doesn't stir me up, it makes me really upset for this country."

"Ladies and gentlemen," Jones concluded. "The line in the sand is, you cannot have the cat. I'm sorry."

Jones declared bankruptcy in December after being asked to pay nearly $1.5 billion to the families of victims of the Sandy Hook massacre. The DOJ has tried to take everything from Jones, but in attempting to take his cat, a member of his family, it's clear they have seriously crossed the line.

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