Alex Jones confronted Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) in the halls of Congress Wednesday over his repeated calls to ban Infowars on social media.

“You guys have dehumanized me….stop violating my First Amendment in those hearings,” Jones told Wyden, before the congressman turned and fled.

“Shame on you, you un-American tyrant,” Jones told him.

Wyden has been one of the leading Democrats calling for censorship of content he deems to be “indecent.”

Last month Wyden called for social media sites to face “consequences” for providing platforms to “bad actors” such as Alex Jones.

“I think what the Alex Jones case shows, we’re gonna really be looking at what the consequences are for just leaving common decency in the dust,” Wyden said in an interview with Recode last month.

“What I’m gonna be trying to do in my legislation is to really lay out what the consequences are when somebody who is a bad actor, somebody who really doesn’t meet the decency principles that reflect our values, if that bad actor blows by the bounds of common decency, I think you gotta have a way to make sure that stuff is taken down,” he added.

Jones also confronted Fla. Sen. Marco Rubio, who threatened to physically assault Jones after he patted him on the back.

“I don’t know who you are, man,” Rubio told Jones. “I don’t really go on your website.”

“That’s why you didn’t get elected. You’re a snake,” Jones told Rubio, touching his shoulder. “Marco Rubio the snake. A little frat boy here.”

Rubio next told Jones to “get your hand off me, don’t touch me… I’ll take you out myself, I don’t need security.”

“You are a little gangster thug,” Jones yells at Rubio. “The Democrats are raping the Republicans! The Democrats are raping InfoWars! Poor Rubio!”

Alex Jones is at the Capitol in Washington DC where he plans to confront Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on the censorship purge of conservatives.


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