Alex Jones is a lot of things - a guy who thinks shooting massacres such as Sandy Hook and the most recent one in Parkland are orchestrated to remove gun rights, that Alexa is an instrument of a NWO panopticon, that the water is turning the frogs gay - and now, it seems, one who is prone to critiquing Star Wars posters.
In a post on his website InfoWars, which also holds articles claiming that weather control is being carried out by the US government, Jones claims that Disney is signalling to audiences that it is pro-gun control by releasing variants of posters from the upcoming Han Solo spinoff movie without Solo's iconic blaster pistol, the DL-44.
— Alex Jones (@RealAlexJones) March 22, 2018
Yes, we know the make of Han Solo's blaster. What of it?
Anyway, as you'd expect, the actual reason for Disney making a variant is quite simple and totally logical. The posters were made for a specific market - Brazil - and designed to make the movie seem more family-friendly, thus removing the guns from the poster.
Not only that, the posters were never going to be shown in the US so this further makes Alex Jones look stupid. Not only that, everybody knows Han always shoots first.