Alex Jones surprised President Trump supporters by showing up at an Arizona voting office where protests erupted after the state was called in favor of Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

Jones, a right-wing conspiracy theorist and the host of "Infowars," made a splash with his appearance on Thursday evening, which one Twitter user likened to an appearance by the Beatles as he shouted in a megaphone with the crowd, “America is united” and “1776!”

Videos of his appearance have since gone viral on the platform with his name trending on Twitter Friday morning.

Protests at the Maricopa County Tabulation and Election Centre formed Wednesday night hours after the Associated Press and Fox News reported that Arizona went blue, giving Biden 11 electoral votes.

Many of the protesters were armed while others waved Trump flags and chanted “Fox News sucks!" and “Count the votes!" for many hours, The Independent reported. A source for Yahoo News said by about 7 p.m., there were “easily 100 to 200 people” at the protest.

The arrival of Jones incited the crowd as he addressed Trump supporters. “The world is watching the example of Arizona, the president is watching the example, you’re not gonna let ‘em steal this,” he said.

Jones is known for propagating conspiracy theories about globalism, the coronavirus, and billionaire philanthropist George Soros. He has also promoted a theory that the Sandy Hook school shooting was a setup and was subsequently sued in a defamation suit. He was ordered to pay $100,000 in legal fees to the father of one shooting victim.

Jones's shows have been banned from Facebook, Apple, Spotify, and YouTube for his controversial theories, and his recent appearance on Joe Rogan’s podcast “The Joe Rogan Experience” resulted in major backlash for the host.

Ballot counting continued Thursday despite the protests outside the tabulation center. CNN reports workers in Maricopa will resume counting just over 200,000 outstanding ballots on Friday morning.

Far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones addresses a "Reopen America" rally at the State Capitol in Austin, Texas
Far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones attends a rally at the State Capitol in Austin, Texas. AFP / Mark Felix