Would you buy supplements from Alex Jones?


Sadly, plenty do. And though a new Buzzfeed investigation found Jones’ products are basically worthless, the FDA is just fine with that.

August 10th , 2017

Joe Fassler



We’re just going to put this out there: Alex Jones is not the most trusted name in news. The Infowars host has devolved, in recent years, from a shameless peddler of baseless, far-right conspiracy theories into a bizarre, disorienting spectacle. What exactly is happening as Jones, shirtless and goggle-eyed, roars spit-flecked tirades at the camera? Maybe this performance of rage is somehow cathartic, enacting an anger his viewers feel but can’t express. Maybe it’s self-parodic shtick—Jones’ lawyer seems to suggest he’s in the know. Or maybe he’s simply on some varsity league drugs.

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Whatever the case, here’s the unfortunate truth: A not-insignificant number of Americans have elected to buy mail order health supplements from this man. The exact number isn’t known, but New York magazine estimates between $15 and $25 million dollars’ worth per year. And that’s too bad because, according to a new BuzzFeed investigation, Jones’s products aren’t much better than his “news”—basically, a waste of time.


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