Radio Host Alex Jones Files Lawsuit Against Nancy Pelosi, US Capitol Riot Committee Over Subpoena Of Records, Testimony

Jones says his constitutional rights are being violated by the committee

Alex Jones is shown at an event in Washington on the eve of last January's US Capitol riot. © Reuters / Shannon Stapleton


Shock jock Alex Jones has sued US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the congressional committee that’s investigating last January’s US Capitol riot to block the panel from accessing his phone records and forcing him to testify.

The lawsuit, which was filed on Monday in US District Court in Washington, alleges that Pelosi and the investigative committee that she appointed are trying to suspend constitutional liberties “in coercive secret proceedings specifically designed to satiate a political witch hunt.

The committee subpoenaed Jones in November, demanding documents related to his role in organizing an election-fraud protest that escalated into the Capitol riot, according to the lawsuit.

The panel also ignored the radio host’s constitutional objections, insisting that he testify in Washington on January 10, and it sought to obtain his phone records through AT&T.

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