Wikipedia: self-described conservative, paleoconservative, libertarian
Mr. Jones’s fringe appeal has been partly eclipsed by the QAnon conspiracy movement, which he has condemned. Having spent weeks urging “patriots” to the ramparts in Washington on Jan. 6 2021, Mr. Jones has since labored to distance himself from the riot, which resulted in the arrests of some Infowars associates, including a cameraman.
For three years, Mr. Jones has had to employ a multistate team of lawyers, battling a half-dozen defamation lawsuits, including four related to his spreading of conspiracy theories around the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Conn. In April 2021, the Supreme Court rejected without comment Mr. Jones’s appeal of a court sanction in one of those cases.
Mr. Jones has increasingly segued to end-times themes on his show, starring the devil. He’s also been talking about quitting his business, in which he deploys conspiratorial themes to push sales of diet supplements, air and water filters, and doomsday prepper merchandise.