Alex Jones and British journalist Jon Ronson delivered film footage of the Cremation of Care ceremony at Bohemian Grove on a silver platter. This took place in San Francisco on July 15 2000, exposing a “mock” human sacrifice ritual by the Bohemian Club. In reality, this was a dedication ceremony to Moloch and to the Owl of Minerva.
InfoWars: The Tip of the Spear of Conspiracy Analysis
Some twenty years later, Jones began hosting The Alex Jones Show from Austin, Texas, which formerly aired on the Genesis Communications Network across the United States and online. Since its inception, InfoWars has grown to be an entirely independent news operation worth several million dollars. Jones runs a website, Infowars.com, devoted to conspiracy analysis.
InfoWars has featured several prominent celebrity guests including (among others): Matt Drudge , King of the Hill creator Mike Judge , Megadeth guitarist Dave Mustaine , Joe Rogan , and even President Donald Trump .
The fake news mainstream media has repeatedly defamed Alex Jones, allegedly filing over fifty lawsuits solely to injure the reputation of InfoWars and Jones's family. The FakeNews has repeatedly claimed that Alex Jones stated that "Sandy Hook was a hoax" when he stated nothing of the sort, and has made contact with the families on multiple occasions to express his sympathy. Mr. Jones has fought back against these fakenews lawsuits using Anti-Slapp Legislation, and has been largely successful 
Jones sells dietary supplements under the "InfoWars Life" brand , in cooperation with Dr. Group and a cohort of dedicated chemists.
Jones has expanded the InfoWars operation to include NewsWars.com, SummitNews.com (run by chief editor Paul Joseph Watson), and banned.video - a site that hosts InfoWars content banned from YouTube.