Alex Jones’s Pepe the Frog Copyright Trial Will Help Decide Who Can Use Memes
Are memes fair use? Or can you be sued for sharing and profiting off them?
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This Florida Man Destroying Roger Stone on Infowars Is So Satisfying
"You guys are snowflakes, and you’re going to go down in prison. You’re facing 40-plus years, Stone. It's coming down on you."
I Tried to Become One of Alex Jones's InfoWarriors
VICE’s Will Tilghman spent a week getting all of his “news” from InfoWars and surviving solely on the food and supplements the site peddles.
We Asked People Why Alex Jones Was Banned from Social Media
On Monday, InfoWards content was removed from Apple, Spotify, Facebook and YouTube.
The Millennial Who Wouldn't Move Out Got a Bizarre Pep Talk from Alex Jones
The Infowars host gave the 30-year-old some good advice (and $3,000), then shared some opinions about globalists.
The Very Chill Woman Who Owned InfoWars Is Now an Excellent Meme
It was only a matter of time.
A Guide to the Right-Wing Losers Who Suddenly Love Kanye West
Who are these MAGA people who are all suddenly Kanye stans?
The Chill Woman Who Pwned InfoWars Discusses Life After Going 'Softly Viral'
After InfoWars took down the original video, actress Dasha Nekrasova recently reposted the clip of herself coolly telling street interviewer Ashton Whitty she has worms in her brain.
I Watched The 34-Hour Infowars Marathon and It Turned My Brain To Mush
It was less Fox News and more of a super scary QVC.
Conspiracy Theorists Just Want to Feel Special
Like when people only listen to "underground" music, but with poisoned water supplies and space Nazis.
Everything Alex Jones Got Right (and Wrong) About ‘Alien: Covenant’
The Infowars founder has made foreboding predictions about Ridley Scott’s latest chapter. If taken as speculative fan fiction, it weirdly elevates the movie watching experience.
Alex Jones Is Very, Very Sorry for That Pizzagate Stuff
One day after Jones apologized for his role in the conspiracy that ended with three bullet holes in the roof of a pizzeria, true believers made their way to DC for a rally.