Alex Jones Infowars Moneybomb Fundraiser: 24 Hours Of Alex Jones
Alex Jones Infowars Moneybomb: Alex Jones Ha Tripled His Audience But Not His Revenue - Alex Jones Followers Seem To Be Tight Wads
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Beginning at 11:00 am CST on Thursday, Alex will present for free streamed over the internet a large number of previously unreleased videos. Interviews with Paul Craig Roberts, Katherine Austin Fitts, Lord Christopher Monckton, Sherri Tenpenny, Jeffrey Smith, Rev. Clenard Childress, Alan Watt, and dozens of others will be aired. Streaming this new content will cost us tens of thousands of dollars over a 24 hour period. In addition, the marathon show will feature a number of live guests, including Max Keiser, Gerald Celente, Webster Tarpley, and Paul Craig Roberts.
The Infowars, Alex Jones Army is dedicated, vocal, active, relentless, they also seem to be cheap. The Infowars moneybomb page says that the audience for Infowars, PrisonPlanet and other Alex Jones' programming has tripled in the last 3 years but the amount of money being donated has remained the same.
While one can argue about the message Alex Jones delivers one can not argue with how he delivers it, via the internet, live streams, video, radio - the Alex Jones media enterprise is successful - except at freeing up the wallets of his supporters it seems.
The first Moneybomb was started by Alex Jones' supporters. It raised $300,000. Originally, Alex Jones was not going to hold a moneybomb fundraiser because of the bad economy in the USA decided to do it because of the increasing threat from the "globalists."