Talking with Crowder, Jones said his book is number one on all the lists, even though it's not marked as number one or even on some of the bestseller lists.
"I wanna get into it, and you kind of tell me what we can and what we can't get into, obviously. But this is your new book, The Great Reset," Crowder said.
Responding, Jones said: "And it went to number one on a whole bunch of charts, went to number two on Wall Street Journal and a bunch of others. And then that's even with some rigging. It should have been number one there."
Jones also claimed that The New York Times spoke to Tony Lyons, the head of Skyhorse publishing, who wasn't "gonna list" the book he wrote.
"So there were books that were like, number 19, 15, you name it on the New York Times Best Seller List that we sold 10, 15, 20 times more books than those. So we should have been number one," he added before adding that those amounts were in the first month of sales.
"That's how that happens. It doesn't count all the massive amounts that got sold online at Amazon or InfoWars.com," Jones claimed.
He added: "So it is the number one book, not just fiction, not just non-fiction — all of them. More than any textbook, more than any Harry Potter book," he declared.
In a Publishers Weeklyreport, Jones' book sold over 30,000 copies in the first week of its August release.