Alex Jones, a conspiracy theorist, has been asking for money, but reports say his store made $ 165 million over three years.

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Alex Jones, a conspiracy theorist, has been asking for money, but reports say his store made $ 165 million over three years.

And that probably has a lot to do with the fact that Jones, who also says he will eat his neighbors, losing another lawsuit when it comes to those Sandy Hook lies. But here’s the thing: according to a Huffington Post report he probably shouldn’t be hurting for money.

The report said that as recently as Thursday Jones was begging a caller to his radio show to help him “pay the bills.”

Jones reportedly referred to the shooting as a “false flag” with “green screen” and “crisis actors,” and the report said on days where he pushed those lies the reports showed his profit in his store increased.

Per the report, the revelation of just how much Jones has made off his store came via a discovery request “in a court case brought be a parent of one of the victims of the 2012 (Sandy Hook) massacre.”

Story Highlights

  • Just check out his broadcasts and, inevitably, you’ll catch the guy whose lies about the shooting at Sandy Hook finally caught up to him asking for money.

  • Because, according to the report, Jones “raked in $165 million from the Infowars store over three years beginning in September 2015, all while begging his supporters to help him stay financially solvent.”

For instance, according to the report, on Nov. 18, 2016, he said in reference to Sandy Hook, “I’ve watched a lot of soap operas, and I’ve seen actors before, and I know when I’m watching a movie and when I’m watching something real.”

Per the report, he profited $103,513.11 that day.

Sandy Hook was real. Children died. Alex Jones continues to put his hand out.