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[–] PsyOp 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

You are correct, sir.

Has infowars ever been subjected to sustained attack?

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[–] 10706985? 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

The strange thing is that all the major mainstream media networks don't even mention Operation Mockingbird even in their biggest conspiracy talk (like the Charlottesville "Unite the Right is Neo-Nazis" narrative that Fox was spewing at the same time as CNN), but Infowars actually does bother to mention the big issues, and reporters there like Paul Joseph Watson are actually smart enough to share some evidence openly debunking the idea of multiple shooters (such as the 4th floor flashing light that was seen on another video timestamped several hours after the first shooting) even as some of their reporters are making videos focusing on those same debunked videos as proof of their current theory for what happened (a series of events you would expect to happen in a place where not everyone was following the pre-written narrative {even though there has been some signs of "controlled opposition" prominent within the 'alternative media' networks, like the Jew-owned "Rebel Media" that always tries to make people "sign petitions" using advertiser-friendly information or "donate to crowd-funding campaigns" even when they already have the funds to do everything the campaign claimed to be for, and even though there have been plenty of examples of people within the Mockingbird media corporations not following the narrative for key points within their articles, like the WaPo writer who used to work for the "Five Thirty-Eight" poll-analyzing company and discovered through research that "gun control" has never worked and will never work}).

Basically, I could see a few of the people either working at InfoWars or calling into the show being planted liars (like big-Ashkenazi-nosed Laura Loomer, who has routinely pushed the boundary of what is acceptable or believable, like the "stop Trump-mimicking Caesar from dying in a Shakespeare play" stunt or the "Mandalay Bay tells its employees to donate to Antifa-affiliated groups" memo, or the caller who talked about "eating babies on Mars" or something along those lines that the media then tried to put in Alex's mouth), but I have a hard time believing that even a majority of the people there aren't actually trying to get to the bottom of these conspiracies and admit their own mistakes if/when they spread misinformation.

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[–] PsyOp 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

HA! I love it when Alex Jones gets angry and starts crying! :D

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[–] 10706896? 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

They say that their advertisers and their sponsors are "routinely under direct attack by big companies and lawyer groups tied to organizations like the Deep State and the Bilderberg group, which is why they don't directly list most of their sponsors", but I've never had any DDoS issues with their sites or apps like I've had with Reddit or Voat (or even Steam or Facebook from time to time), so either they're devoting a lot more unmentioned resources to fighting off the endless hordes of bots or they're not being attacked as much in that manner (with the main tactic I see generally being "search engines and social media platforms try to block links to their site").

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[–] tomyhawk 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Why would they attack a fellow that doesn't work on Saturday????

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[–] jervybingly 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Jews don't work on Saturday, which was maybe your point.

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[–] 10779497? 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

An infowars related, little known website (created and run by infowars) was at some point a fucking shitstorm magnet, like hacked to death if not completely run by attackers

http://planet.infowars.com/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oz0MctVyBAw

Read the comments, "karen"

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To this day I'm not even sure that site is safe