Infowars' Alex Jones Is So Toxic Even Porn Sites Won't Host His Videos

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Katie Spalding 07 Aug 2018, 17:18

It's been a great week for us Deep State Illuminati Big Chemtrail shills. Not only has the latest insane conspiracy theory turned out to be probably just a hoax, but now Alex Jones, owner of both the far right conspiracy website Infowars and an apparently infinite supply of anger, has finally been rejected by a host of social media platforms.

As of *checks watch* right now, the companies that have said "no thanks" are – take a deep breath – Google, Facebook, Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, Spreaker, and, as of last night, YouPorn. Yes, you read that right – some things really are too nasty even for YouPorn.

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Jones, who believes juice boxes make children gay, lost his first foothold when Facebook took down the Alex Jones Channel Page, the Alex Jones Page, the Infowars Page, and the Infowars Nightly News Page, The Verge reports. In a blog post explaining the move, Facebook said that the pages had been removed "for glorifying violence, which violates our graphic violence policy, and using dehumanizing language to describe people who are transgender, Muslims and immigrants, which violates our hate speech policies" – but made it clear that the removal, and Jones's personal 30-day block from the site, were nothing to do with the spread of fake news, which, by the way, they're fine with.

In the same week, YouTube pulled four of Jones's videos, citing policies against child endangerment and hate speech – which makes sense considering the videos included two examples of hate speech against Muslims, one of hate speech against transgender people, and one video showing an adult man pushing a child onto the ground to, uh, "stop liberalism". After he then tried to promote his show on other YouTube pages, he was hit with a permanent ban from the video-sharing site, reports The Hill.

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Faced with this clear "attack on freedom", Jones reacted exactly as rationally as you'd expect from a man who is demanding the parents of a murdered elementary schooler pay him $100,000.

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