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Conspiracy theories like QAnon have spread like wildfire throughout the American right, and President Trump is fueling those false fires.
QAnon is engulfing the GOP and proliferating on social media. While they've failed in the past, social media companies are now taking this threat more seriously.
Selling fear and division is the bread and butter of Republican campaigning. But with more Americans tolerant of racial differences, Republicans are now diving into the realm of conspiracy.
If you look closely at modern right-wing conspiracy theories and grievances, they echo the 20th-Century stories from racist author H.P. Lovecraft.
President Trump, some GOP lawmakers, and conservative media are accusing President Obama of crimes including "treason." It's complete and total nonsense.
The viral conspiracy video "Plandemic" spreads anti-vaccine lies, false coronavirus claims, smears Dr. Fauci, and fabricates Dr. Judy Mikovits' record.
From lies about 5G to vast conspiracies of a Bill Gates vaccine plot, COVID-19 has sparked an avalanche of conspiracy theories. Here's how to spot them.
Mark Grenon, a Florida church leader who is facing prosecution by the DOJ for pushing bleach as a COVID-19 "miracle cure," sent Trump a letter advocating its use days before his now infamous presser.
For years, Trump has unleashed a constant stream of false theories in which everyone is conspiring against him. His impeachment defense is no different.
President Trump's Twitter feed looks like that of a bigoted, senior citizen conspiracy theorist who is into QAnon and has watched way too much Fox News.