There is no one making that claim.Alex isn’t the only ones with Grandfathers who personally witnessed the camps and brought back photographic evidence thereof. Sorry if I take their word for it over some rando on the internet.
One can question the (((narrative))) of certain statistics while also acknowledging the Nazis killed large numbers of people, including their own “undesirables,” as well many foreign (largely Christian) groups, including Slavs, Romanians, etc.
There are ZERO claims that there were any death camps in Germany. The claim for death camps is made against camps located in eastern Europe outside the borders of Germany. The only death camps in Germany were the ones established by Eisenhower after the war.
Perhaps you misunderstood this, but clearly Alex Jones specifically stated his grandfather visited death camps in Germany, which is not even claimed by any groups then or now.
Let's discuss the evidence and the specific claims, not "random person on the internet said X". The truth exists independently of who repeats it.
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