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Crippled by Sandy Hook Lawsuits, Alex Jones’ InfoWars Website Has Filed For Bankruptcy

Crippled by Sandy Hook Lawsuits, Alex Jones’ InfoWars Website Has Filed For Bankruptcy

Alex Jones rose to prominence in the Republican party throughout the 2010s. Jones made millions by peddling conspiracy theories and other products on his show, InfoWars. He even hosted candidate Donald Trump for an interview back in December of 2015.

AUSTIN, TX – APRIL 18: Infowars founder Alex Jones speaks into a bullhorn at the Texas State Capital building on April 18, 2020 in Austin, Texas. The protest was organized by Infowars host Owen Shroyer who is joining other protesters across the country in taking to the streets to call for the country to be opened up despite the risk of the COVID-19. (Photo by Sergio Flores/Getty Images)

The conspiracy theorist, however, ran into trouble when he alleged that the Sandy Hook Massacre was a false flag. The parents of the students killed in the attack filed a lawsuit against him and one. Now Jones’ InfoWars has filed for bankruptcy.

According to NBC News:

“Infowars on Sunday filed for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas in the face of multiple defamation lawsuits. Chapter 11 bankruptcy procedures put a hold on all civil litigation matters and allow companies to prepare turnaround plans while remaining operational.”

Jones recently claimed that the lawsuit was a plot against him, complaining, “I could have done a better job on Sandy Hook. Some of the anomalies we reported on were not accurate, and I admitted it years before I was sued. But the issue is, this is all about them being holier than thou, and they’re the arbiters of truth and they’re the Democrats and they’re the ones who love you and Alex Jones is the devil.”

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