American Radio show host and conspiracy theorist, Alex Jones, in the Nov. 27 edition of “The Alex Jones Show” has claimed that the Las Vegas shooting was as phony as former President Barack Obama’s birth certificate.

Jones was speaking to a caller on the show when he described the Las Vegas massacre to be fake. Read the transcript of the call here which was obtained from Media Matters for America.

ALEX JONES (HOST): Well I know the FBI went and picked up the caller you heard earlier when he talked about it being an Islamic attack and there were shootings all over town and helicopters being used. And the FBI showed up and drugged the guy and then declared national security. He’s had to leave the country just over that, so do you think they’d be having the FBI at his house in two hours after he called in about that if it was just a rumor? No, they don’t want that discussed. So Vegas is as phony as a three dollar bill or as Obama’s birth certificate.


JONES: Isn’t that crazy?

CALLER: That is so crazy, so many people died --

JONES: They had the Saudi military was having a convention there that week.

CALLER: Yeah, because I remember the most I’ve heard is what you’ve gone over and the other guy that had some so much research into all the planes that had changed where they were --

JONES: Sure, well the FBI showed up and they told him, they said, “You talk about that again, we’re going to put you in prison because that’s classified information.” Even though he’d figured it out himself. The fact is the government, the military all know. They’ve been ordered not talk about it because it’s all part of this deal that Trump’s got with the Saudis. We’ll see if that’s really the case, but that was an Islamic terror attack from all the evidence we have.

Jones also tweeted on his official page on Nov. 28 asking people to cast their votes for "Fake News Awards". In the list of options that the listeners could choose from, Las Vegas mass shooting was also included. Jones also ensured his listeners that he would announce the results on the Nov. 28 edition of the show.

Check out his tweet here.

Jones, from Dallas, Texas, over the years has been at the center of a lot of controversies. Whether it is promoting Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting conspiracy theories or his opposing views towards gun control.

Jones has gone as far as to blame the U.S. government for being involved in the Oklahoma City bombing, 9/11 attacks and the filming of fake moon landings in order to hide NASA’s technology.

Jones describes himself as a libertarian and paleoconservative while others describe him as conservative, right-wing, alt-right and far right. New York magazine has also described Jones as "America's leading conspiracy theorist", while the Southern Poverty Law Center describes him as "the most prolific conspiracy theorist in contemporary America".