InfoWars didn't have much of a presence on Vimeo before last week, but after trying to post over 50 new videos on Thursday and Friday, Jones clearly thought that he might find safe haven. However, it ended up deleting some of Jones' and Infowars' posts.
Jones said on his programme that he had instructed his staff to do so and "take the super high road", though he contested whether the tweets violated any Twitter rules. However, it seems as if some of the videos on the latter platform have now also been removed.
On August 7, Jones, speaking on the Real.Video platform, took issue with his bans, which he called a "concerted plan to erase my electronic identity".
The Twitter spokesperson was not immediately able to provide CNN with the specific tweets the company had determined to have violated its rules.
Losing outlets is hardly the only problem Jones has been having lately.
According to The New American, Jones' YouTube channel had more than 2.4 million subscribers and over a billion views.
Jones now faces five lawsuits, including three fronted by parents of children killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre - which Jones claimed was a hoax run by left-wing forces to promote gun control. Less than an hour after the CNN story went live, more than a dozen videos and tweets from Jones-affiliated Twitter accounts were removed. The content was reviewed by the platform's Trust and Safety team and a violation of Vimeo's terms of service was found in just 48 hours. We know that's hard for many but the reason is simple: "he hasn't violated our rules", Dorsey explained.
Vimeo's spokesperson added that "we do not want to profit from content of this nature in any way".