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Paul Joseph Watson
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Internet Personality
    (May 24, 1982- )
    Born in Sheffield, United Kingdom
    London-based YouTube personality, radio host
    Editor for; uses the pseudonym PJW
    Regular contributor, occasional guest-host for The Alex Jones Show (2002- )
    Twitter handle: @PrisonPlanet (as of 2017, has 300,000 followers)
    Channel has over 752,000 subscribers; 166,000,000 views (as of April 2017)
    Most popular videos include 'Hidden Messages in New $100 Dollar Bill?' 'Cop Goes Nuts When Told God Bless You,' 'Demon Caught on Camera During Obama Visit?' and 'Islam is NOT a Religion of Peace'
    Channel largely consists of 'Truth About..' videos, 'F**k [insert celebrity]' videos, '[Insert celebrity] is a Complete Idiot,' and 'Liberals React to...' videos (mostly pertaining to Trump/Hillary)
    Publicly supported Donald Trump's Presidential bid, becoming one of his most visible supporters
    Drew fire from Trump supporters after tweeting 'I'm officially OFF the Trump train' in response to Trump's decision to launch missile strikes on Syria (Apr. 7, 2017)
    His favorite rant targets? Islam, Feminists, and The Black Lives Matter Movement.
    The Needle Drop called him 'the Onision of the Red Pill community.'
    He has repeatedly recommended the misogynist website Return of Kings to his male viewers.
    He is Alex Jones' transcontinental sidekick (holy '9/11 was an inside job' Batman!)
    He's only recently dropped the 'pizza face' look (millions of views can buy a lotta Clearasil).
    When asked what advice he would give his nearly 10 million followers, he answered: 'drop out of university, it’s totally pointless and a colossal waste of money.'
    He was accused of perpetuating 'fake news' stories about Hillary Clinton suffering brain damage, with videos garnering over 5 million views.
    He's a UK citizen, but expressed his intention to seek dual citizenship should Trump win the Presidency (hence his willingness to do a seemingly obsolete 'F**k Kaepernick' vid).
    It goes without saying that - like his performance artist mentor - he uses his pulpit to pitch assertions that the Newtown shootings, the Boston Marathon bombings, and 9/11 are either inside-jobs done by the government or outright 'hoaxes.'
    Several lower-profile (likely jealous) YouTubers have argued that most of his vids aren't original, moreover just rehashed Alt-Right talking points delivered in a briqsue BBC-like package, thereby coming off as more credible.
    When he noticed a sharp decline in Twitter followers, he quickly attempted to backtrack on his criticism of Trump's Syria strike, trying to claim that he actually hadn't 'turned on Trump' (because calling the guy 'just another deep state/Neo-con puppet' is so easy to misconstrue).
    He has the perfect 'secret agent' name.
    He has publicly disavowed Richard Spencer on several occasions.
    He regularly broadcasts with a global map in the background.
    He worked at a sports arena cleaning toilets before connecting with InfoWars.
    He admitted to being a social outcast in secondary school. He was grew up on a council estate (British public housing).
    When UK's The Spectator called him 'a sweary Alan Partridge,' he teasingly responded that his videos garner more views than the paper's whole readership.
    He credits his youthful appearance with three hours of exercise a day, and abstaining from alcohol (although he's been seen smoking as late as 2015).
    An entire sect of Right-leaning InfoWars groupies swoon every time he peers into the webcam to butcher the word 'debunked' (slurring the '-u').
    He supported Ron Paul's respective '08 and '12 Presidential candidacies, but defected from the Libertarian Party after he claimed 'Gary Johnson made the term an embarrassment.'
    He was an early and vocal supporter of the #Brexit movement, long before it became clear that a majority vote in favor of 'leave' was a real possibility (allegedly receiving over 300 death threats for doing so).
    If he ever debated Milo Yiannopoulos it would be epic (although Milo would probably spend more time trying to hit on the guy than win).
    Unlike his boss, he didn't mince words and attempt to spin the President's reneging on his campaign promise to 'stay out of Syria.' Rather, he stayed consistent on the issue.

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