Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones supports PewDiePie in war against T-Series

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PewDiePie has got another supporter in their subscriber war against Indian music label T-Series. Popular Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has jumped in to support the Swedish YouTuber. Jones appeared in a News Wars video saying the following:

Everyone must subscribe to PewDiePie in its war against T-Series, right now

He further urged his all his viewers to support PewDiePie and make him “too big to ban”. Here’s the complete video:

He also outed a PewDiePie-focused video on his News Wars channel titled “The Deplatforming Of PewDiePie Has Begun, Learn Why?.” You can watch that video by heading here.

PS: You may notice a few faux pases like when Alex addresses PewDiePie as a “she” and then says the Youtuber has 100 million subscribers (correct figure is over 77 million). I am sure PewDiePie will mildly roast him in one of his upcoming videos.

PewDiePie has been getting a lot of support from all over the world. Here are some examples:

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