With predictable form, Greenwald not only attributed the actions of the State Department to a nefarious "Wag the Dog" false flag scenario as a convenient real-world means of tamping down the anti-NSA, anti-surveillance debate that's gurgled to the surface this Summer, but he also exploited the embassy closures and travel alert as a means of scolding Democrats who, during the Bush years, criticized the suspicious timing of Homeland Security orange alerts and the like, but who currently endorse the embassy closings.
A post appeared on his InfoWars.com website in which one of Jones' staffers debunked the fledgling conspiracy theory that actor Paul Walker's car exploded due to a drone strike. Yes, there's really a conspiracy theory that Walker was killed by a drone. Walker Truthers exist, and Alex Jones disapproves.
In the darkest, most delirious hyper-fringes of the internet, there are people who believe Alex Jones is a government operative. The reigning king of all conspiracy theorists is, himself, the subject of an anti-government conspiracy theory.