An unknown person by the name of T.S launched a petition to get Alex Jones put next to Jim Acosta in the White House briefing room.

Click here to sign the petition:

Alex Jones’ first amendment rights are being violated everyday he does not have White House press credentials.

THIS IS AMERICA!

Let Alex Jones have press credentials and a permanent seat next to Jim Acosta!

However, as The Washington Times pointed out it isn’t up to The White House as to where journalists sit.

The Washington Times:

Infowars does not have regular White House press credentials, but the website previously received a weekly pass and dispatched Jerome Corsi, a fellow conspiracy theorist and the site’s former D.C. bureau chief.

Even if Mr. Jones were to be admitted to a press briefing, it’s unlikely he would sit next to Mr. Acosta. The White House Correspondents Association, not the White House itself, dictates the seating arrangements in the press briefing room.

Alex Jones would likely cause a stir even if he wasn’t seated next to Jim Acosta. The Mainstream Media hates Alex Jones and Alex Jones wouldn’t be scared to let them know how he feels.

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