Within every subset of people, there are extreme types of all kinds.
Alex Jones is probably the KG of his subgroup. One could equate Jones's "crazy" as passion.
People are different and there are some people who only respond to aggressive, passionate personalities. Some people actually gravitate towards those kinds of personalities.
The short video clip only portrays Alex Jones's passion and craziness for a short time frame. Alex isn't like that all the time. He only gets that way when he is really "in to it".
An example: when Tommy Heinshon gets riled up from the NBA refs, he can sound rather "passionate" as well....sometimes....but that is not 100% of the time.
There are also many sports fans who say "crazy" things and demonstrate "crazy" personalities towards opposing players. I think a few Knicks fans wished Paul Pierce ceased to exist, but they used coarse language and vile intent.
I, for one, was never into believing conspiracies....but things have changed for me, over these last 10+ years.
Is it foolish to place any credence into conspiracies?
Is it naive not to?
If people can fly airplanes into buildings killing thousands, or shoot up schools, movie theaters, killing all kinds of people including 6 year olds.....why not conspiracies?