Following his purge from most of the internet by big tech monopolies, Alex Jones has gained over 5.6 million more subscribers for the Infowars podcast. Alex only had 2.2 million subscribers on his Youtube channel at the time of his suspension, so the new subscribers more than make up for the loss of his platform. This is backed up by the Infowars app becoming the fourth most popular app on the Apple app store, beating CNN, Google news and the New York times. This led to CNN trying to lobby Apple to ban the app, and also trying to lobby Twitter to ban Alex and Infowars.
The loss we’ve had … on various platforms, has been way compensated by millions of new subscribers and visitors to our website, the mobile app, to our free podcast.
We’ve never had this much people signing up for our news letter, podcast, video feeds, they’re all hitting subscribe, subscribe, subscribe.
The decision by Facebook, Youtube, Apple podcasts and Spotify, as well as now LinkedIn, Stitcher, and Pinterest, to collude together to attempt to purge Infowars from the internet has back fired massively. These silicon valley big tech monopolies colluding together ideologically to take down Infowars within 12 hours of each other, when they claim to be independent, was obviously enough to rally the Alex Jones support and attract many more followers who are fed up with big tech censorship.
Alex Jones has claimed that the reason Jack Dorsey has yet to ban Alex Jones from Twitter, is due to a tweet by US president Donald Trump criticizing twitter for shadow banning Republicans. The theory is that Jack is much too wary to act with the eyes of the Whitehouse squarely on Twitter, singling them out. Be sure to support Trump's investigation of Twitter shadow banning by signing this petition, calling for congress to stop twitter censorship.
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