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Photo illustration by Sarah Rogers/The Daily BeastInfowars may be banned from YouTube and Facebook, but Alex Jones’ conspiracy-mongers still linger. A squadron of fans and grifters upload Infowars every episode. Facebook and YouTube barred Infowars and its founder Alex Jones in early August, citing the conspiracy outlet’s pattern of promoting hate speech and inciting violence, particularly against minorities and opponents of the Trump administration. But the site’s conspiracy videos are still making their way online. Some of the videos are uploaded by Infowars fans. Others videos come from spam accounts, apparently trying to leech views off Infowars fans. And a large subset come from smaller Infowars-owned accounts that were unaffected by the ban. At the time of the bans, some Infowars acolytes said they didn’t need the social media giants. Read more at The Daily Beast. Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here