Millie Weaver of Alex Jones’ Infowars posted a video from her phone, showing her pending arrest, as police waited for her to get some shoes on before taking her away.
People on Twitter posted their shock and disgust, and a gofundme for legal defenses was started. The reporter has since earned more than $170,000 to help pay for legal fees.
In an interesting turn of events, Millie decided this would be the perfect time to release her documentary about “shadowgate.” An informant in it exposes Roger Stone. That informant apparently came to Alex Jones’ house, and Mr. Jones did not like that too much.
Alex Jones defended Millie against people who were saying she got arrested and was just blaming it on the deepstate so her film would do better. But, as with most things, this sentiment did not age well with time, and things began to get a bit hairy.
Alex Jones terminated Millie Weaver’s employment.
Coworkers like Kaitlin Bennett began coming out against Millie, stating she was not arrested for her documentary. In fact, many came out to say she had been arrested for domestic violence and theft. Doesn’t sound very “deepstate.”
Millie’s co-worker Kaitlin Bennett dished what’s really going on.
Here’s the trailer to Millie’s film.
You can watch the film here:
Weaver, 29, has been charged with three felonies — robbery, tampering with evidence, obstructing justice — and domestic violence, according to an indictment filed on July 20 in Portage County Court of Common Pleas.
Charles L. Weaver and Gavon S. Wince were indicted on the same charges, according to court records.
We kinda saw this one from a mile away…