YouTube bans secondary Alex Jones channel hosting NZ conspiracy videos

Kris Holt
YouTube bans secondary Alex Jones channel hosting NZ conspiracy videos

YouTube has terminated a channel Alex Jones was reportedly using to skirt his ban from the platform. On a video posted on Resistance News, which was a secondary Infowars channel according toMedia Matters, Jones described last week's New Zealand mosque shootings as a "false flag" operation and attacked Muslims. Resistance News had more than 64,000 subscribers by the time YouTube killed the channel, which exclusively hosted Infowars videos.