Infowars founder Alex Jones launched a contest for $5,000 last week for whoever made the best music video over a “Jeffrey Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself” song.

Participants were asked to make “an awesome music video” with The False Flags’ new punk rock anthem as the soundtrack, or to re-record a song using Infowars’ lyrics.

YouTube has censored one of the entries, submitted by contest participant “Workinman.” The video now bears a message which reads “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s Terms of Service.”

Infowars Nightly News Director and contest director Rob Dew personally reviewed the video prior to it being banned, and reported that he could find no evidence of a terms of service violation.

Infowars has since encouraged participants to avoid YouTube’s censorship by uploading entries “to multiple video hosting platforms or social media sites, including pro-free speech sites like BitChute, or Brighteon.”

Epstein’s death in prison was famously called a suicide by corporate media despite evidence, despite mysteriously missing video surveillance, falsified prison logs to cover for contract guards who are now being prosecuted for failing to do their jobs, and marks on the dead body more consistent with strangulation than hanging.

At the time of Epstein’s arrest, many speculated that he would be killed in prison in order to keep him quiet. Epstein had a private airplane dubbed the “Lolita Express,” a reference to the underage girls that the plane’s passengers raped once they reached Epstein’s private island that has been called Pedophile Island. Bill Clinton flew on the “Lolita Express” 26 times, and declined Secret Service protection on at least five flights. Other powerful passengers on the flight to Pedophile Island included Prince Andrew and Alan Dershowitz.

Epstein also owned this bizarre portrait of Bill Clinton in a blue dress, the same dress infamously worn by Monica Lewinsky on a day she had sex with Clinton.

Petrina Ryan-Kleid, Parsing Bill (2012). Image via the New York Academy of Arts.

Alex Jones, who has been calling out the pedophiles in government and corporate media for years, is still working to get the word out about the situation with his newest meme content.

Jones is also currently suing The Young Turks for false accusations that he had possessed child pornography on his computer. That was untrue. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) investigated, and found that the images had been planted on Jones’ computer. Jones was cleared in the incident, but the left wing Young Turks and others ran with the story anyway, intentionally smearing him.

Jones is also suing Congressional candidate Brianna Wu, and former BuzzFeed video guy turned leftist Twitter troll Andrew Kimmel.

Jones and his lawyer, Norm Pattis offered a $1 million reward to whoever identified the culprit that conspired to frame him as a pedophile.

“You’re trying to set me up with child porn,” Jones said. “I’m going to get your ass. One million dollars, one million dollars you little gang member. One million dollars to put your head on a pike. One million dollars, bitch. You’re not going to ever defeat Texas, you sacks of shit.”

Never-Trump podcast host Ben Shapiro was among the commentators who eagerly disseminated false reports claiming Jones sent out child porn to lawyers.