What gets him in trouble is anyone hearing a single word he says..."
Alex Jones has taken to frantically posting on Google+ after being banned from several major social media platforms.
One user commented on one of Jones' Google+ posts that "the left are not complaining about Google+ 'The Alex Jones Channel.'"
This is probably because of the relatively low reach of the Google+ platform. None of Jones' posts have more than one hundred "+1's."
The Google+ "+1" feature is similar to Facebook's "Like" button.
"Anyone who has watched Jones’s marathon broadcasts has probably gotten the impression that deep down, all the guy wants to do is walk into the middle of a forest and scream his head off,"
When it comes to mainstream social networks, Google+ is a minnow among whales. As of July
It's definitely a niche market: "The Art of Bread (for bread makers and lovers), Board Games (for board game enthusiasts) and Toy Photographers (primarily close-up shots of Lego men and other tiny toys) make up some of the most engaged communities," according to Mashable.
Jones made headlines recently when he countersued