Alex Jones took to Capitol Hill yesterday to listen to testimony from Twitter's CEO Jack Dorsey, to argue with Marco Rubio in a hallway, and harass CNN's Oliver Darcy. It's that last interaction, which was live-streamed on Twitter-owned Periscope, that appears to have been the last straw for Twitter. 

Here is a video of the interaction:

Then, just 24 days after Alex Jones caught a 7-day ban, Twitter announced that they have permanently suspended Alex Jones for violating their abusive behavior policy. This included not only his personal @realAlexJones account but also his @infowars account. 

This is, of course, almost two months after Jones was banned from both Youtube and Facebook. 

At the time of his permanent vacation from Twitter, the account @realAlexJones had nearly 900,000 followers. 

It is worth noting that while some will see this as the "tech elite" silencing conservative voices, or an attack on Jones' first amendment rights, Terms of Service speaks directly to the rules that people are decrying as unfair:

"It is not censorship if you vilate the rules and your post is deleted. All civilizations have rules and if you violate them you can expect to be ostracized from the tribe."

It appears that Jones' time in the Twitter tribe has ended.