Conspiracy Theory

Rick Scott to GOP Hopes: Get Trump Support, But Go Beyond

Since last Tuesday’s Republican successes, GOP strategists and Senate Republicans have been dazed at the prospect of continuing the red flips in 2022. In particular, Glenn Youngkin’s astonishing victory in the race for governor of Virginia was seen as inspiring the GOP’s midterm hopes to follow suit: using Trump’s approval …

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Revolutionary comic Mort Sahl is dead

Mort Sahl, who revolutionized stand-up comedy in the mid-1950s with his insightful political and social satire, has died at his home in Mill Valley, Calif., At the age of 94. Sahl, whose concern on stage and off a conspiracy theory over the assassination of President John F. Kennedy slowed his …

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COVID-19 testing not part of a plot to chip people

Conspiracy theories abound on COVID-19 and microchips, with claims circulating about PCR tests and vaccines since the start of the pandemic. Despite the lack of evidence for these claims, some social media users are still unconvinced and shared a Facebook post on October 15 that read: “Corona PCR test implants …

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Marjorie Taylor Greene’s ‘alarming’ detail found in poll

For years, Donald Trump has repeatedly pointed out a deeply bizarre conspiracy theory about opinion polls. According to the Republican, major news organizations and independent polling stations secretly conspired to publish fraudulent investigation results as part of an elaborate voter suppression program. Republican voters, according to the conspiracy theory, would …

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Conspiracy theories find new, younger fans on TikTok

On TikTok, user @tythecrazyguy has amassed 3.7 million followers on one of the internet’s most popular topics: conspiracy theories. But Ty is no typical conspiracy theorist. He’s a high school student who flaunts rainbow flags during Pride Month, supports Black Lives Matter, and condemns Trump. In videos that often garner …

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Graphene: a “miracle material” pointed out for Covid plots

Published on: 01/10/2021 – 20:12Amended: 01/10/2021 – 20:10 Buenos Aires (AFP) Graphene, a Nobel Prize-winning material with promising applications for greener energy and nanomedicine, has been the subject of much misinformation from anti-coronavirus vaccines claiming it can be used to “magnetize” and “control” people. – What is graphene? – Often …

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New details released on 2020 election audit process

AUSTIN – The Texas Secretary of State’s Office has released more details on how it will audit the 2020 election results in Dallas, Harris, Tarrant and Collin counties. What would you like to know Texas Secretary of State’s Office to Audit 2020 Elections Internally The audit will consist of two …

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Memetics and neural models of the theo conspiracy

image: Prof. Wlodzislaw Duch from the Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Computer Science of the Nicolaus Copernicus University (Torun, Poland) seen Following Credit: Andrzej Romanski (NCU) The multitude of conspiracy theories that people believe in all over the world is astounding. They accompany each significant event: a disaster, an assassination, …

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Peters’ election ‘report’ enters Q-Anon’s world | Western Colorado

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Arizona Republicans to post 2020 recount results

PHOENIX – Ten months after President Trump lost his 2020 Arizona re-election candidacy, Republican-hired supporters in the Arizona Senate were preparing to deliver the results of an unprecedented partisan election review that is the climax on a bizarre quest to find evidence to back Trump’s false claim that he lost …

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Tucker Carlson pushes white supremacist conspiracy theory again

Tucker Carlson pushed the white supremacist “Grand Replacement” conspiracy theory on his show Wednesday. Carlson baselessly accused Biden of “eugenics” as he rose up against the president over immigration. He falsely suggested that the President once said that “non-white DNA” is the source of America’s strength. Loading Something is loading. …

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The prospect of Islamist inspiration and influence. The commodification of deepfakes. The challenges of content moderation. A decline in expertise?

In one look. Al-Qaeda and the Taliban, the day after the victory. The advancement of technology and the prospect of more widespread deepfakes. No more content moderation challenges. Conspiracy theories, political censorship and fact-checking, and the decline of expertise. The inspirations and aspirations of Al-Qaeda, in the aftermath of the …

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Rand Paul has a very crazy theory about ivermectin

Paul’s last? He insists that ivermectin, a drug used in rare cases in humans to treat diseases such as intestinal parasites and head lice, is not being studied as a possible treatment for patients with coronavirus. because of politics. “The hatred for Trump has bothered these people so much that …

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Editorial summary: Wisconsin | Wisconsin News

Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. July 20, 2021. Editorial: Want to debate? Study first During our Editorial Board meeting this week, we spent some time talking about the current debate on Critical Race Theory. This is a topic we were reluctant to talk about as we weren’t sure there was much to …

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Conspiracy Theories Cost Lives | Notice

In 2014, two researchers from the University of Chicago published an article entitled “Conspiracy Theories and the Paranoid Style (s) of Mass Opinion” (American Journal of Political Science). Using data from four nationally representative surveys, they found that about half of American adults regularly approve of at least one conspiracy …

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