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Conspiracy theories sprung up soon after the leader's assassination.
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Funny how social media and conspiracy theories can sometimes go hand in hand.
Roberts and Schwartz, the actor best known for roles on Parks & Recreation and in a Stranger Things conspiracy theory, were both guests on Tuesday night’s episode of The Late Late Show.
First, Moore is a purveyor of paranoid conspiracy theories, such as the belief that Sharia law has taken hold in American communities, or that Barack Obama was not born in the United States.
Meade’s prediction is the latest spin on the Nibiru conspiracy theory, with roots dating back to the 1970s.
And there's the opposite of these things: hoaxes, conspiracy theories, flat-out lies in the form of news stories, advertising from a foreign adversary meant to sway a presidential election.
Though the quote has stoked many conspiracy theories—and served as fodder for the Geostorm advertising campaign—the ability to exact control over the weather remains foggy at best.
Also, great to see Rep. Gohmert still believing every conspiracy theory that comes along.
Officials on Thursday night declined to say if the new documents would put an end to some of the conspiracy theories that have long surrounded Kennedy’s assassination.
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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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