Alex Jones, the radio host who went on a tirade about gun control with Piers Morgan, released a new video shortly after his CNN appearance on Monday night. In the video, Jones said that he thought he might be killed in an undercover NYPD operation.
Jones caused a firestorm after he ranted for minutes on end to Morgan, saying that "1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms."
Jones -- who is known for peddling many conspiracy theories -- said that his appearance had been cut short and that he had been hustled out of the studios by CNN security.
He continued that he'd been confronted by someone with "violence in the eyes" who he suspected was an undercover police officer, and that he'd seen undercover officers throughout his stay in New York.
"I think we're being cased," his videographer added. Jones then said that he might be murdered in an undercover operation.
"The way this'll work is, 'oh, see here they were protesting gun grabs and some crack dealers shot them,'" he said. "These people clearly work for Bloomberg ... it was just super-creepy ... If something happens to us, we're killed by crackheads, it was the NYPD or the mafia they hired, period," Jones said. "...This city runs white slaves, that's sex slaves, out of here all day, narcotics, you name it. This is mafia central."
Jones ended on a rallying note.
"I'm not afraid of you," he said. "I came here and I got in your redcoat usurper hatchet man's face and I told him to go to hell!"