Digital shock jock Alex Jones chased behind Google CEO Sundar Pichai as he entered the Rayburn House Office Building to testify before U.S. Congress on Tuesday.
“Google is evil! Google is evil!” Jones repeatedly shouted at Pichai.
The conspiracy theory-loving InfoWars founder has been on a crusade against major tech companies after he was kicked off several platforms, including Google-owned YouTube, earlier this year. Jones saw traffic to InfoWars plummet as a result, with the site losing 50 percent of its traffic after being banished from Facebook and YouTube in August.
Jones also lambasted Pichai for Google’s potential re-entry into China with a censored search engine.
“Google is siding with the Communist Chinese against America!” Jones shouted. “Google’s helping arrest Chinese dissidents!”
Pichai, for his part, simply ignored Jones and did not acknowledge him.
This wasn’t the first time Jones has headed to Washington for a tech bigwig’s appearance. He attended Twitter chief Jack Dorsey’s congressional testimony in August, where he got into a shouting match with Sen. Marco Rubio, calling him a “frat boy.”
Jones’ rant was interrupted by a police officer who told him to pipe down. “You’re in a public hallway, you can be arrested. That’s enough. You’re making too much noise,” the officer said.