NASA just announced that it doesn’t have a colony of child slaves on Mars. The space agency has forced to confirm that allegations made by a guest on Alex Jones’s InfoWars were false.

The guest claimed that NASA is kidnapping children and holding them on Mars. Robert David Steele was invited to talk on The Alex Jones Show, which is aired across the United States on the InfoWars channel and in 118 radio stations, and said that the children had been kidnapped and sent against their will on a mission to Mars.

Image credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / Quartz
Image credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / Quartz

Guest on InfoWars said that NASA kidnaps children to work as sex slaves on Mars

A NASA spokesman was interviewed by The Daily Beast and denied the preposterous claims made by Steele.

“There are no humans on Mars,” said Guy Webster, a spokesman for Mars exploration at NASA, according to The Daily Beast. “There are active rovers on Mars. There was a rumor going around last week that there weren’t. There are. But there are no humans.”

Steele said during his interview that he believes that there is a colony on Mars that is populated by children who were kidnapped by NASA and sent into space on a 20-year ride. He added that once these kids get to Mars, they have no alternative but to be slaves on the colony.

Jones coincided with Steele and said that NASA clearly does not want people to look into what’s happening because “every time probes go over there they turn them off.”

This is the latest conspiracy theory that the space agency has been forced to respond and clarify that it’s fake. Earlier this week a senior NASA had to deny claims that the agency was holding information about the discovery of aliens, after someone allegedly affiliated with Anonymous suggested that NASA was on the verge of announcing extraterrestrial contact.

Image credit: Elizabeth Brockway / The Daily Beast
Image credit: Elizabeth Brockway / The Daily Beast

Alex Jones once claimed that Hillary Clinton was running a child sex ring under a pizza shop

Jones has been known to make bold and controversial allegations. Although he didn’t say that NASA was keeping child slaves on Mars, he coincided with his guest that the NASA officials keep a lot of things to themselves.

“Look, I know that 90 percent of the NASA missions are secret and I’ve been told by high-level NASA engineers that you have no idea. There is so much stuff going on,” said Jones, according to The Daily Beast.

Jones is also known to have earned the respect of President Donald Trump, who in December of 2015 –at the beginning of his presidential campaign- told Jones that his reputation was incredible and that he would “not let him down” during a half-hour interview on InfoWars.

In the 2016 presidential campaign, Jones claimed that Hillary Clinton’s campaign was running a child sex ring in the basement of a D.C. pizzeria, which in fact doesn’t have a basement at all. That conspiracy theory was fueled by a Reddit user who said John Podesta’s hacked emails show proof of a global sex ring if the word “pizza” was replaced with “little boy.”

Unfortunately, the story didn’t stop there, because Edgar M. Welch fired shots into that pizzeria after sending a video of one of Jones’ segments to a friend, according to the police. Jones apologized to the owner of Comet Pizza, James Alefantis, in a statement.

InfoWars guest also said that NASA murders these alleged children for their blood and marrow

Steele’s allegations also went further when he claimed that NASA was not only kidnapping children for space labor, but also to murder them for their blood and bone marrow.

“Pedophilia does not stop with sodomizing children,” said Steele, according to The Daily Beast. “It goes straight into terrorizing them to adrenalize their blood and then murdering them. It also includes murdering them so that they can have their bone marrow harvested as well as body parts.”

Jones closed off by saying that was “the original growth hormone.” When NASA’s spokesman, Webster, was asked about the veracity of those rumors, he responded, “There’s only one stupid rumor on the internet? Now that’s news.”

Mars has been particularly conducive to rumors; some believe that because of its strewn rocks that often look oddly like things on Earth. It seems to be the result of an effect known as pareidolia, which is heightened by the strange and empty space that is seen on many photos sent back from Mars.

Some people have even claimed that they had seen evidence of living people on the Red Planet in images sent back from NASA’s rovers, but that when they were noticed it by the space agency the pictures were shut off.

Source: The Daily Beast