Site Goes Down Amid Big Tech Censorship

Comes as social media giants try to silence political speech ahead of midterms

Alex Jones’ flagship website went down for several hours Tuesday, in a suspected DDOS cyber attack targeting critical Infowars infrastructure.

The website, which sees peak traffic during The Alex Jones Show – broadcast Monday through Friday 11AM to 3PM – went offline around noon CST.

According to Infowars IT staff, one of multiple servers was inexplicably kicked offline.

Since then, the website now features a splash page with redirects to,, and the Alex Jones twitter page.

The Infowars website’s unavailability follows Big Tech’s coordinated censorship campaign of Alex Jones, which has now risen to 20 platforms, including Spotify, Facebook, Vimeo, YouTube, IHeartRadio and more.

In the meantime, you can catch Alex Jones on Twitter, Bitchute, and

You can also bypass censorship by downloading the Infowars Official app – while it’s still available – at the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.