Alex Jones' QAnon Rant Watched Over 2 Million Times: 'I'm Sick of It!'

The clip of far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones ranting against QAnon has now been watched more than two million times.

The Infowars host, who has previously pushed QAnon-based conspiracy theories, denounced them in an angry tirade during his show last week, which quickly went viral on Twitter.

The video has now been watched more than 2.1 million times on Twitter alone and has also been shared widely across the social media platform.

It comes after supporters of the conspiracy theory, which believes Donald Trump is waging a secret war against high-profile Satanic pedophiles, were among the crowd who stormed the U.S. Capitol in Washington on Wednesday.

When your conspiracy theory is too much for even Alex Jones ... pic.twitter.com/EXSmc5RViM

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During his show on Saturday, Jones cut off his Q-affiliated phone-in guest and began railing against QAnon to the point where he breaks character and starts laughing.

In the clip, Jones shouts: "Q tells this stuff and all of it's lies," he says before telling the guest that he is lying and is "full of s***."

He continues: "Because every god damn thing out of you people's mouths doesn't come true. And it's always 'oh, there's energy,' 'oh, now we're done with Trump.' You said he was the messiah! You said he was invincible! You said that it was all over. That they were going to Gitmo and now that he's part of a larger thing of Q.

"I will not suffer your Q people after this," Jones said as he pointed directly into the camera. "I knew what you were day one, I know what you are now, and I'm sick of it. I'm sick of all these witches and warlocks and pumpkin popsomes."

Jones gets to the point where he breaks his character and bursts into laughter, putting his head in his hand. He then says: "Bye-bye Q, I can't talk to you anymore. Jesus, lord help me."

Twitter users were quick to point out that even Jones—who infamously claimed that the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre was a hoax and believes the COVID-19 pandemic has been simulated to "track and trace and control people"— was dismissing the conspiracy theory.

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Alex Jones, the founder of right-wing media group Infowars, addresses a crowd of pro-Trump protesters after they storm the grounds of the Capitol Building on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC. Jon Cherry/Getty Images

One user said: "That even Alex Jones thinks Qanon is crazy speaks volumes of the Trump rioters."

Pod Save America Co-host Tommy Vioter tweeted: "Didn't expect Alex Jones to denounce QAnon but here you go."

Jones' rant comes as a big departure from previously pushing QAnon theories himself. In December, he faced calls to be arrested after saying President-elect Joe Biden should be removed from office "one way or another" during a rally in Washington.

During the demonstration, Jones told supporters: "We will never back down to the Satanic pedophile, globalist New World Order and their walking-dead reanimated corpse Joe Biden, and we will never recognize him."