It is becoming increasingly apparent that when someone believes in one conspiracy theory, they tend to fall for others. That’s good to know when you’re the owner of one of the foremost conspiracy theory peddling websites in the entire world.
Fear sells, and when that fear is mixed with pseudoscience and globe-spanning conspiracies, it can be used to sell just about anything.
Exhibit A? Alex Jones’s “Infowars Life” (“Because there is a war on for your life,” apparently), which in reality, just redirects to the alternative medicine section of his long established Infowars Store.
A few years ago, when you tuned in to Alex Jones on the radio, you would always hear him hawking his usual New World Order nonsense, talking about his newsletter or his latest video, but these days, as likely as not, you’ll hear him promoting whatever latest quack alternative remedy his guest (and business partner) has to sell, typically by putting the fear of God into the listeners with claims of how the government is trying to poison you with all that fluoride, vaccine, and GMO foods they’re supposedly force down our throats.