Freedom of Press is Alex Jones Right

Otha Johnson, Staff Writer

Alexander Emric Jones, aka Alex Jones, is an American radio show host for Infowars and an alleged far-right conspiracy theorist.
Jones has covered several events(political or controversial) over the years that made him known as a reporter, but he is foremost a conspiracies theorist. As a matter of fact, Jones made a conspiracy about Jeffrey Edward Epstein, who is an American financier and convicted sex offender.
Epstein died of an apparent suicide in his jail cell, now prompting an additional federal investigation into his death.
Ever since Epstein’s death, Jones made headlines concerning his conspiracy about Epstein. Furthermore, the famous American stand-up comedian, mixed martial arts color commentator, podcast host, and former actor and television host, named Joe Rogan had a word with Jones on his podcast about the conspiracy.
“Look, he was right about all this Jeffery Epstein s–. That is an f–ing fact. Alex Jones called this years ago. Years ago,” said Joe Rogan.

Unfortunately for Jones, he was banned from mainstream media sites because they proclaimed him to be a far-right, “extremist” and has been battered by the American media: CNN, Fox News, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, and etc. for being a fake-news source.
The mainstream media sites had their specific reasons for banning Jones off their platforms, but a cited statement from Facebook summarize claims by posting:

“All representation of these people and entities will be removed from our services. We’ve always banned individuals or organizations that proclaim a violent or hateful mission or are engaged in acts of hate or violence, the statement continues. This is true regardless of ideology or motivation.”

     Jones being banned from mainstreamed media sites did not ruin or subject him to fail at getting his word(news) across America. Recently, Jones decided to invade Clinton’s rally in an armored vehicle.
A news source named Summit News obtained footage of him at the rally and published quotes from Jones. One of those quotes from Jones is him saying, “Your God Hillary Clinton is a war criminal and is involved in child sex trafficking,” roared Jones.
“Lock him up!” chanted one Clinton supporter in response” (SummitNews).
Through these series of events, it has only derailed Jones from simply giving the news to Americans towards fighting his oppression to speak his voice out on what matters to most to him. Jones shouldn’t be banned or censored because of what the media lucidly labeled him as an extremist.
The Internet was designed to be an open space for free expression, where power might, for once in human history, be controlled by people. Mark Zuckerberg didn’t change his business model when Russians were using his platform to disrupt the 2016 presidential election.
Jones is like any other news source and a reporter, which is one reason he shouldn’t be banned from the media for making speculations. We know more about the assassination of President Kennedy because conspiracy theorists pushed for more transparency.  Heritage High School doesn’t outright ban people from school for rumors, so it only makes sense that Jones should be able to be back on the platform.