Alex Jones isn’t exactly the poster boy for rational thinking, but as his contentious custody battle plays out in the media, the InfoWars host seems even more unhinged than usual. And considering his illustrious track record, that’s saying something.

Jones posted a show online over the weekend, in which he gloated about what a lothario he was during his teenage years. “When I was 16, I didn’t want to party any more. I didn’t want to play games any more,“ he boasts. “I grew up. I’d already been in the fights, all the big rituals. I’d already had probably – I hate to brag, but I’m not bragging, it’s actually shameful – probably 150 women, or more, that’s conservative. I’d already had over 150 women.”

Remember, this is the man who claims to believe that Sandy Hook was a hoax, and that 9/11 was an elaborate government conspiracy, so it’s wonder his latest fit of braggadocio rang hollow on social media.

Let’s not forget a few days ago, when he blamed his chili consumption for the fact that he couldn’t remember the names of his childrens’ teachers.

A more likely culprit for memory loss is the marijuana that he smokes yearly, in order to track its increasing potency. He blames the increase in strength on billionaire George Soros.

We’ve all been there, I guess.

Believe it or not, Jones’ wild assertions didn’t generate the most absurd headline associated with the conservative firebrand on Tuesday. Greek yogurt giant Chobani is suing Jones after he published an article accusing Chobani of smuggling refugees into Twin Falls, Idaho, who then raped the community’s children and spread tuberculosis. Despite the defamation suit, Jones remained defiant.

“I’m not backing down,” he said in a video he tweeted Monday. “I’m never giving up. I love this.”

Jones seems to be relishing his role as an agent of chaos. Even as his lawyers insist that his on-air persona is “performance art,” Jones is doing more and more to disprove that theory with each passing day.