NPR’s Tom Dreisbach and Alex Jones from Infowars
Taxpayer-funded NPR went after Alex Jones and Infowars on Wednesday.
Correspondent Tom Dreisbach wrote a hit piece on Infowars in an attempt to ruin the company and silence Alex Jones once and for all.
Dreisbach has a long history of attacking conservatives and Trump supporters. In fact, that’s all he does if you look at this author page.
On Wednesday Dreisbach pointed out in his hit piece that Amazon still carries Infowars merchandise. He wants that stopped.
Tom Dreisbach wants Alex Jones and his popular channel Infowars ruined and silenced.
When have we ever seen this in American history?
Why are we still paying for NPR and this filth?
Here is what Tom Dreisbach wrote today to ruin Infowars.
The far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has been banned from Facebook, Apple, YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Spotify and even PayPal for violating those sites’ policies against hate speech. But Jones continues to have a platform to sell expensive dietary supplements through one of the world’s biggest online retailers: Amazon.
Just as Amazon provides massive third-party sellers — such as Starbucks, Coca-Cola or Apple — with their own online storefronts, Jones’ Infowars Store has a home on the site, too. There, he sells products such as “Super Male Vitality” drops, “Lung Cleanse Plus Spray” and “Prostaguard” pills.
“Thank you for supporting the Infowar!” the storefront states above its listings, suggesting that Jones is not just selling supplements but providing a path for consumers to fund his extremist causes. Meanwhile, Amazon provides support to Jones and gets a percentage of all the sales — called a “referral fee” — as it does with all third-party sellers. For supplements priced over $10, the referral fee is 15%.
Neither Amazon nor Jones responded to NPR’s requests for comment.
Tonight The Gateway Pundit reached out to NPR for comment.
We will update this report if we hear back from them.