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InfoWars

he spends much of InfoWars air time pitching health-enhancement and survivalist products to loyal viewers. As a private firm, Infowars and its affiliated...

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Alex Jones

2014. "Contact " Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind!". www.infowars.com. Retrieved January 2, 2018. "Infowars.com Audience Insights – Quantcast"...

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Infowar

Infowar Productions, Greek media company founded by Aris Chatzistefanou InfoWars, conspiracy website founded by Alex Jones (radio host) Information warfare...

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Paul Joseph Watson

InfoWars.com, a publication that promotes conspiracy theories and fake news about American and international politics, and a contributor to Infowars'...

Last Update: 2018-11-15T14:04:53Z Word Count : 2257

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Pizzagate conspiracy theory

of course pizza. The story was picked up by fake-news websites such as Infowars.com, Planet Free Will and the Vigilant Citizen, and has been promoted by...

Last Update: 2018-11-05T15:43:24Z Word Count : 6117

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8chan

conspiracy theory". Salon. February 20, 2018. Retrieved March 14, 2018. "Infowars fully embraces 'The Storm', a conspiracy theory called "the new Pizzagate""...

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Jim Acosta

posted by conspiracy theorist Paul Joseph Watson of the far-right website Infowars, widely alleged to be edited to subtly portray the contact as approaching...

Last Update: 2018-11-20T12:33:33Z Word Count : 2503

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders

originated from conspiracy theorist Paul Joseph Watson of the far-right website Infowars, and was allegedly altered to make Acosta seem aggressive and excluded...

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Facebook

the four most active Infowars-related pages (the Alex Jones Channel Page, the Alex Jones Page, the Infowars Page, and the Infowars Nightly News Page) from...

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Special Counsel investigation (2017–present)

supporting Stone's assertions. Jerome Corsi, former Washington bureau chief of Infowars, was subpoenaed to appear on September 7, 2018, before a Mueller grand...

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InfoWars

InfoWars is a far-right American conspiracy theory and fake news website. It was founded in 1999, and is owned by Free Speech Systems LLC. Talk shows and other content for the site are created primarily in studios at an undisclosed location in an industrial area outside Austin, Texas. The InfoWars website receives approximately 10 million monthly visits, making its reach greater than some mainstream news websites such as The Economist and Newsweek.The site has regularly published fake stories which have been linked to harassment of victims. In February 2018, Alex Jones, the publisher, director and owner of InfoWars, was accused of discrimination and sexually harassing employees. InfoWars, and in particular Jones, advocate numerous conspiracy theories particularly around purported domestic false flag operations by the U.S. Government (which they allege include the 9/11 attacks and Sandy Hook shootings). InfoWars has issued retractions various times as a result of legal challenges. Jones has also had contentious material removed, or been suspended or banned from various social media websites, including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Apple.InfoWars earns revenue from the sale of products pitched by Jones during the show. It has been called as much "an online store that uses Mr. Jones's commentary to move merchandise", as a media outlet.


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