I don't watch much TV, so I've never even heard of Piers Morgan. Or Alex Jones, for that matter. But after watching that interview, I would have to say that Mr. Jones advanced the cause of gun control by leaps and bounds. Piers handled himself with class and dignity, and didn't even hardly have to say a word. From what I've read, it appears that Alex Jones is known as a hothead with a short fuse, but I would think that he would've been told by his handlers (and I mean that in the animal sense), that a CNN interview is not the place to cut loose. That's what I would think, anyway.
From watching this, it seems to me that Piers directed questions as a lawyer would in a courtroom when cross-examining a witness. The questions were one-sided and could elicit only one answer------------the witness either answers and looks bad, or pleads the Fifth, says nothing, and still looks bad. Mr. Jones realized his predicament and decided to go on the rampage. It looked REAL bad. Like the Biblical proverb says, one who can't control his temper is like a city whose walls have been breached and torn down. Mr. Jones was breached.
As Mouthy and Berengaria and others mentioned, this guy is a perfect example of someone who shouldn't be allowed to own a gun. Yet somehow he owns dozens...............if he had had one of his 50 firearms with him, he might've gone postal right there in the studio. With rage like that, I'm surprised that he hasn't already gone postal.