On the same day that Edgar Welch pleaded guilty to weapons charges for investigating a Washington, DC pizza place because he believed it was a front for a child-slavery ring, one of the guys who egged him on was publicly apologizing for it. And its about time.
Radio host Alex Jones, who helped propagate the fictitious pizzagate conspiracy theory that Washington, D.C., pizzeria Comet Ping Pong was a front for a child sex trafficking ring led by John Podesta, apologized to the restaurant owner, James Alefantis
In our commentary about what had become known as Pizzagate, I made comments about Mr. Alefantis that in hindsight I regret, and for which I apologize to him. We were participating in a discussion that was being written about by scores of media outlets, in one of the most hotly contested and disputed political environments our country has ever seen, Jones said in a statement he posted to his website.
Heres Alex Jones reading the statement. You might not recognize him at first because hes not yelling:
They got to him, but they still exist in the dark places. They still feed off the sacrifice of a child's innocence. They really hate having light shone on them, but enough people realize how much power they have taken and those people won't stop digging.