I don't really have a solidified opinion of him one way or the other. He said some interesting things, I thought it was notable that he thought Alex Jones was a government plant for the purpose of controlled opposition. calling a conspiracy theorist a conspiracy is kind of funny. I don't really like Jones's methodology or tact, and I think both of them go overboard on stuff. I liked when Cooper had talked to a neo-nazi on a live program and convinced him to re-evaluate his beliefs and abandon neo-nazi beliefs. And it was interesting that he encouraged atheists to dishonestly profess a belief in God to secure how their rights can be accounted for. But I think he's way off on a lot of things relating to Christianity, and history.
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