Alex Jones’ Latest Conspiracy Theory: Lack of Affordable Housing to Blame for Yankees’ All-Star Game Shutout

In a recent episode of his podcast, “The Alex Jones Show,” controversial conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has come up with a new theory that connects the lack of affordable housing to the recent news that the Yankees may have no players appearing in the All-Star Game.

According to Jones, the reason for the Yankees’ potential shutout is not simply due to injuries or performance, but rather a deeper conspiracy involving the scarcity of affordable housing in major cities like New York.

Jones claims that wealthy elite individuals who are involved in real estate have purposely reduced the number of affordable housing units available in cities like New York, thus making it harder for young, talented baseball players to afford to live in the city and develop their skills. As a result, Jones argues that the Yankees and other major league teams are losing out on potential All-Star players and fans are missing out on the excitement of the game.

While there is no evidence to support Jones’ claims, he insists that this is simply another example of the corrupt elites controlling every aspect of society, even the world of sports.

The real estate industry has yet to respond to Jones’ accusations, and the Yankees have not commented on how affordable housing might be affecting their All-Star Game chances. However, baseball fans and housing advocates alike are skeptical of Jones’ claims and are choosing to focus on the game rather than this latest conspiracy theory.

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