Jesse James: The media is a “false sense of reality”

“It’s like a trunk full of ping pong balls man”

(INTELLIHUB) West Coast Choppers founder Jesse James appeared on the Alex Jones Show Friday where he offered his insight regarding the current state of the nation and spoke about a wide range of issues.

On the broadcast, James said that the elites that supported Hillary Clinton (i.e. Soros and others) have become drunk on power and have forgotten that the country was built by hardworking “bread and butter” Americans.

“They don’t realize that the lion’s share of this country is bread and butter, people that go and work and try to take care of their kids and try to send them to good schools and try to maybe get them into college or get them a good job,” James told Jones.

“The media and the current state of the Internet is a false sense of reality — one-hundred percent,” James said.

The media and the current state of the Internet is a false sense of reality -- one-hundred percent -- Jesse James, West Coast ChoppersClick To Tweet

James said that this “false sense of reality” is “meaningless.”

“It’s like a trunk full of ping pong balls man — none of that stuff goes in my shop and flips my welder on and starts welding for me ever so it’s meaningless.”

“The mainstream media is a business […] it’s money.”

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