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Want to know how to win $100,000 Grand Prize, $10,000 Second Prize, $5,000 Third Prize in InfoWars Operation Paul Revere? Alex Jones is running the contest and will be the final judge of the winner. In this interview he discusses what he's looking for and why he's running the contest.

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