Hillary Clinton's latest attack ad shines a light on the rhetorical similarities between Donald Trump and Infowars.com founder Alex Jones.
The first minute of the ad focuses primarily on Jones' myriad out-there conspiracy theories: on Sandy Hook ("synthetic, completely fake, with actors"), on Sept. 11 ("the official story is a fable"), on the Democratic candidate herself ("She's a freaking demon, and she stinks, and so does Obama"), and on LGBT issues ("I don't like them putting chemicals in the water that turn the friggin' frogs gay!").
In a tweet plugging the ad's release, the people behind Clinton's Twitter account encouraged viewers to "watch all the way to the end":
The final seconds of the ad feature a soundbite of Jones celebrating how "surreal" it is "to talk about issues here on air and then word-for-word hear Trump say it two days later. It is amazing."
Clinton has made a point of tying her opponent to the GOP fringe. In August, she provided an oral history of the alt-right and its embrace of Trump to rally-goers in Reno, Nevada.
"He is taking hate groups mainstream," she explained, "and helping a radical fringe take over the Republican Party."
Watch the new ad below: