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Conspiracy theories sprung up soon after the leader's assassination.
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Or your feed has turned into a constant flow of political diatribes, endless selfies from friends who love themselves way too much and colleagues who wax groundless conspiracy theories about current events.
Just last month, a report from Business Insider illustrated how the YouTube Kids app was suggesting children watch videos filled with misinformation and conspiracy theories about the shape of the Earth, the Moon landing, and whether aliens exist.
Engeseth, for instance, disagrees with Ms. Barr’s politics and disapproves of her tweeting conspiracy theories that put President Trump in a good light.
While fans frantically dissect conspiracy theories about her love life, Selena Gomez is busy kicking back and spending time with her friends.
The star — whose messy vocalization of her beliefs offscreen have included conspiracy theories about the Parkland shooting survivors — is a powerful and widely-heard voice speaking on Trump’s behalf.
The game that Pompeo and Bolton are playing — use rhetoric that counter-jihadists find appealing, move them closer to the mainstream, all without endorsing their full conspiracy theories — is fairly transparent.
The brothers say police raided their home, confiscated home videos of family camping trips and edited the videos to create the smear campaign, which promoted conspiracy theories about Emami's alleged involvement with foreign intelligence.
The Open Floor crew offer its own conspiracy theories.
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CONSPIRACY THEORY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of conspiracy theory for English Language Learners
: a theory that explains an event or situation as the result of a secret plan by usually powerful people or groups
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