Speaking on his InfoWars show "War Room," Shroyer called for the lynching of "treasonous" former President Barack Obama.
"They're now moving on to me and my father. And my spidey sense tells me they mean to move on us to take InfoWars out."
"Thank you, thank you," Stone said to boos from the crowd.
Jack Dorsey defended seeking the input of Ali Akbar, a hard-right Twitter user, on the decision to kick Infowars's Alex Jones off the platform.
Alex Jones, who claims victims of school and mass shooting are paid "crisis actors," now streams content via the Roku Channel Store.
Jones joined Roger Stone in crashing the Washington congressional hearing on "bias" within Silicon Valley and screamed phrases including, "Google is evil!"
A Twitter spokesperson said the company had permanently suspended 18 accounts for trying to help Jones and Infowars circumvent a ban.
Alex Jones has been banned from Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. But all is not lost.
Jones and Rubio traded insults and nearly got into a physical altercation outside a Capitol Hill hearing on Silicon Valley's role in aiding foreign influence on U.S. elections.
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones had something… interesting… on his phone during a promotional segment on InfoWars.
Imagine our surprise...
Jared Gaut, who has worked at Twitter since 2014, according to his LinkedIn profile, said: "We are not a government. We do not need to be neutral."
Facebook, YouTube, Spotify and Apple Podcasts have recently removed InfoWars from its platforms.
Twitter remains one of the few mainstream social media outlets where Infowars content is active—but for how long?
The radio host is being sued for defamation by several parents who lost their children in the 2012 massacre.
"Feed your gladiator," he said.
Twitter's CEO explains why Jones still has an account.
"You've got give it to Ted Cruz, just because he does take pandering to new lows," a guest said.
The talk-show host and conspiracy theorist was currently not in violation of Twitter rules, a spokesperson said.
The social network said the pages used "dehumanizing language" to describe Muslims, immigrants and transgender people.
Streaming service Spotify faced criticism from users and politically-minded podcast hosts for hosting hundreds of "The Alex Jones Show" broadcasts from the Infowars conspiracy theorist.