Expose Clinton on television and earn up to $5,000
A man shouted “Bill Clinton is a rapist” during a live Fox News segment early Saturday morning less than 24 hours after Infowars launched a campaign to expose Bill Clinton’s alleged sex crimes.
The contest, first announced Friday on the Alex Jones Show, offers a $1,000 dollar reward to anyone who can get an Infowars “Bill Clinton Rape” shirt on television for at least 5 seconds or a $5,000 reward to anyone who can be vocally heard mentioning sexual allegations against the former president.
The contest will continue through the election or until $100,000 in prizes have been given out.
“Anyone that gets on national TV with the shirt clearly, for more than five seconds, gets $1,000. That means behind cameras, you name it,” Alex Jones said Friday. “Anyone that gets it on air on national TV and gets the words out ‘Bill Clinton is a rapist,’ or things along that line, with a bullhorn — I could go to this right now, $5,000.”
A second contest set to be announced this week, which will include the use of posters to expose the crimes of the Clinton family, will also offer a reward as well.
In order to qualify participants must follow the contest rules as well as any applicable laws – both local and federal.