Because there aren’t enough things in the world to worry about, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones made his return to YouTube on Wednesday courtesy of Logan Paul and his Impaulsive podcast.
For over two hours, Jones held court, talking about he loves being a “super-villain” and declaring his innocence in regards to the Sandy Hook conspiracies. While Paul and his co-hosts offer some soft pushback on a few items, they mostly give Jones free rein to pontificate on his theories, including Pizzagate and the claims the Sandy Hook shooting was a false flag.
Not that anyone would expect hard-hitting journalism from Logan Paul, but giving such a wide-open platform to Jones is one of his more egregious acts yet. Jones and his outlet, InfoWars, were banned from YouTube last fall for violating its community guidelines.
Jones has likewise been banned from other platforms, including Twitter and Facebook, but now, thanks to that irascible scamp Logan Paul, your kids can now get an earful of the guy who once claimed the U.S. government used chemicals to make people gay.
Logan Paul is notoriously popular among children. On YouTube he boasts over 18 million subscribers on his main channel and 1.4 million on his podcast’s channel.