The Hills stars Spencer and Heidi Pratt are never going to shut up unless extreme measures are taken. This week, they became the point of controversy once again for commenting on several political issues during their appearance on Alex Jones' radio show. Speidi spewed out remarks regarding 9/11, global warming and even President Obama.
It's possible that Spencer and Heidi wouldn't have discussed such issues if Jones didn't provoke them. Known for his conspiracy theories, the host apparently rubbed off on the two reality stars.
Reports say that a music producer handed Speidi a copy of "The Obama Deception," and they heard of Alex Jones because of it. They soon got in touch, made arrangements and raised the eyebrows of many who listened to them.
"I really do feel like we took the blue pill or whatever from The Matrix," Spencer Pratt announced. If ever donning dark sunglasses and a trench coat crosses his mind though, we have to stop him.
As for his wife, Hills star Heidi Montag, she decided that learning more about the issues would be better for their appearance. She supposedly turned to the web for hours of poring through political pages.
"We've been nonstop researching the Internet for information for at least a month all day every day," Heidi revealed.
Spencer told Alex Jones on the show that he believes the idea of global warming was made up, and is all a scam. "It's mind-boggling trying to say there's global warming right now," the reality show celebrity said.
He also supported Jones' claim about 9/11, saying it was an "inside job." Spencer went on to tell the radio show host: "From your research, it 100 percent is. I want to throw up."
Meanwhile, there's the comparison of the American government to their MTV reality series, The Hills. "The narrator (Lauren Conrad) didn't get along with us. She skewed the information on the show, just like the American government can manipulate the media," said Spencer. "We used to have a phenomenal relationship with the media, they've kind of turned on us now because they've created us into such a monstrous thing ... like they made us too big, like they Obama-sized us."
Considering their last comment, it sounds like Speidi is shunning their fame at last. Sounds very unlikely though.