Infamous conspiracy theories and “InfoWars” star Alex Jones is still a millionaire, despite claiming outlandish and offensive things like saying Sandy Hook was a hoax and 9/11 was an inside job. Jones is getting a platform to explain his thoughts on Megyn Kelly’s NBC show Sunday, but have his controversial views on the moon landing, the Oklahoma bombing and more hurt his pockets?

Despite his statements, Jones is a millionaire. He has a reported net worth of $5 million, according to The Richest. Celebrity Net Worth claimed the talk radio host had an estimated net worth of $10 million. Salon’s Alex Sietz-Wald, however, estimated Jones raked in as much as $10 million a year in sales from radio advertising, subscriptions, web and sales.

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Jones, 43, is the star of “The Alex Jones Show,” which is syndicated by the Genesis Communications Network and based in Austin, Texas. He claimed that more than 15 million people listened to him in 2013.

He has a successful YouTube channel, “TheAlexJonesChannel,” which boasts more than 760,000 subscribers and has amassed more than 360 million views. He created the channel in February 2008.

Alex Jones Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, pictured June 6, 2013 in Watford, England, has an estimated net worth of $10 milion, proving his controversial views don't hurt his bank account. Photo: Getty Images

Jones is the owner of the websites infowars.com and prisonplanet.com.

Even though some consider him to be a right wing conspiracy theorist, he says he is a libertarian. He rejects that he is right-leaning.

New York Magazine noted that Jones likely makes most of his money through syndication revenue, and the second is advertising revenue. He hawks vitamin supplements on his radio show, which is likely where he likely makes the bulk of him money. He sells Infowars Life Silver Bullet Colloidal Silver, Infowars Life Brain Force Plus, Infowars Life Super Male Vitality and Infowars Life Liver Shield.

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“It is a brilliant business model,” NY Mag explained last month. “If you can be convinced that an international cabal of globalists is hell-bent on creating a New World Order, perhaps you could be persuaded to buy Infowars Life Survival Shield X-2, a one-fluid-ounce bottle of iodine supplement for $39.95.”

Kelly issued a statement after receiving backlash for having Jones on her show. “I find Alex Jones's suggestion that Sandy Hook was 'a hoax' as personally revolting as every other rational person does,” Kelly said Tuesday. “It left me, and many other Americans, asking the very question that prompted this interview: how does Jones, who traffics in these outrageous conspiracy theories, have the respect of the president of the United States and a growing audience of millions?”

The interview is scheduled to air on NBC Monday at 8 p.m. EDT.

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