‘I’m ready to hang ’em up and gut ’em and skin ’em,” the InfoWars conspiracy theorist said of his neighbors.
It was yet another example of right-wingers ignoring measures that have been put in place to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
The conspiracy theorist has been hawking "unapproved and unauthorized products" that falsely claim to combat COVID-19, the agency said.
The Infowars host is being sued by nine people whose family members were killed in the shooting at the Connecticut elementary school.
The "Infowars" founder is just the latest to attempt to profit off of fears over the outbreak.
Halbig worked in tandem with Infowars host Alex Jones to spread lies about the parents of dead children.
The right-wing media personality, who claimed the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre was a hoax, was sued by the parent of a young boy slain in the attack.
"This Sandy Hook stuff is killing us," the far-right Infowars editor said in a 2015 email.
Infowars editor Paul Watson says even he didn’t believe Alex Jones’ conspiracy theories about the Sandy Hook shooting.
Judges have ruled against the Infowars host multiple times over the last three months and he's on his seventh lawyer.