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Sen. Ted Cruz says we should stand up to voices like Infowars host Alex Jones, not silence them
Infowars host Alex Jones is known for spreading conspiracy theories and misinformation to his thousands of followers online, an act that recently got him banned on several social networking sites. Sen. Ted Cruz said even though he thinks Jones is "nuts," his voice shouldn't be silenced.
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