CNN host Brian Stelter called Fox News' Tucker Carlson a "conspiracy-monger" on Monday and compared him to Jones.
A clip of the conspiracy theorist claiming to stop a "smuggling" operation has been viewed more than 1 million times on Twitter.
The clip of Infowars Alex Jones host was filmed near a COVID-19 processing center in McAllen, Texas.
The conspiracy theorist was making a video about the university's Skull and Bones secret society.
Far-right conspiracy theorists are circumventing bans on QAnon and InfoWars content in place on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store, with multiple apps featuring the content still available on both platforms.
Speculation and Google searches increased after a conspiracy theory website claimed India had banned the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine due to safety concerns.
The "Infowars" host's angry tirade against QAnon and its conspiracy theories has rapidly gone viral on Twitter.
Some people responded to Jones' speech by saying he was inciting violence against the president-elect—and that the Secret Service and FBI should know about it.
In a motion filed earlier this month, Jones' attorney said the conspiracy theorist doesn't believe Sandy Hook was a hoax.
Alex Jones claimed that the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School never happened and that actors were brought in to play the victims.
The conspiracy theorist made a number of false clams about the virus while shouting from a megaphone on top of armored vehicle.
The Infowars founder also called the COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns a "21st Century war" as he addressed the Austin rally.
He contrasted his treatment with what he sees as government partiality toward undocumented immigrants.
Multiple YouTube accounts distributing content from Infowars were created last October and remained online until today, when "Newsweek" approached Google for comment.
During Thursday's Senate impeachment trial proceedings, President Donald Trump retweeted a number of his followers, including a regular contributor to Alex Jones' InfoWars.
Host on conspiracy website InfoWars, Owen Shroyer shouted: "Trump is innocent!"
"I appeal to the president to pardon me," Stone reportedly told Jones, "because to do so would be an action that would show these corrupt courts that they're not going to get away with persecuting people for their free speech."
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.