Alex Jones

A judge ruled that attorney Andino Reynal must pay $97,169 to a pair of Sandy Hook parents for attempting to delay the trial through bankruptcy.
A new bankruptcy filing from Jones says he's "Holding firearms" for Jan. 6 rioters. Jones told HuffPost those rioters are his own employees.
Education Minister Jason Clare responded to media reports that Ye intends to visit the family of his new Australian partner, Bianca Censori, next week.
“You don’t want freedom, Piers,” Jones screeched before the interview came to a sudden close.
“Arrested? My gosh,” Carlson texted. “That’s out of control. Are you free this afternoon?”
“Everyone who thought it was fine that they deplatformed Alex Jones will look like a f**king moron,” Tucker Carlson told the Infowars boss in a text.
EXCLUSIVE: Text messages obtained by HuffPost show the possible editorial influence that a proven liar & conspiracy theorist might have on the most-watched cable news host in America.
“There was no fairness or decency in treatment of the plaintiffs’ most sensitive information, and no excuse for [Norman Pattis’] misconduct," the judge ruled.
Chris Mattei, an attorney for the Sandy Hook families, said in a statement that the court “has now affirmed the jury’s historic and just rebuke of Alex Jones.”
The Infowars host has been ordered to pay some $1.5 billion for lying to his audience about the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre.