I know that many of you won't follow a link I provide if it leads to one of his web sites (like Infowars), but he is a legitimate journalist with an actual budget. Yes, he is a prime conspiracy theorist, but he does usually bring up facts and details (which are documented) to support most of his stories.
Some of his "stories" are conjecture, plain and simple. However, there is much based on documentable fact that shouldn't be ignored out of hand. Judging from the past 20 year's of elections, I fully realize that Americans don't want to be confused by facts or to actually have to think and make decisions, but would rather just follow the (party) crowd and vote how you are told.
Shame on you.
Follow the links. If it sounds outrageous, it probably is, so just ignore it. If you detect a grain of possibility, think about it for a while before you trash the idea.
He has a tendency to be rather harsh on the actions of the CIA and NSA. I will tell you from experience, I have worked with agents from both and they are not people I want to use up oxygen that I could use. My first brother-in-law worked for NSA. They are very scary people (see the movie, "Enemy of the State"). In Vietnam, my team was inflicted with many CIA "advisers." We managed to get most of them "lost" in the jungle and at least half of them never found their way back.
During that time, I also made friends with an "adviser" from the GRU. I will take them any day.