At the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his Austin-based Infowars headquarters were busy.
Jones, a product of paranoia and public-access television, hosts a radio show that airs nationally on a dwindling number of stations. He also spawns conspiracy theories and sells numerous dietary supplements and survival gear on his Infowars website.
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