Conspiracy Theories

"It could be worse, right?" the "Girlfriend" singer said during an appearance on the "Call Her Daddy" podcast.
Right-wing influencers on X used the tragedy in Baltimore to boost their brands.
The late-night host dropped a bonkers claim about the New York Jets quarterback, who is accused of spreading lies about the Sandy Hook massacre.
Attorney Mark Bankston, who has represented Sandy Hook families, didn't mince words when discussing Rodgers' alleged false and conspiratorial beliefs.
Georgia Republicans say the proposed oversight panel is not aimed at Willis, who is leading a racketeering investigation against Trump and his allies.
Republicans claimed Ray Epps was a federal agent, but the Justice Department wants to throw him in prison.
The Utah Republican had amplified a false claim that a Trump supporter at the U.S. Capitol riot was actually an undercover government agent.
"The 'SNL' skits will write themselves," one person quipped on social media.
GOP Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson says that Beyoncé is "satanic," that the 1969 moon landing may have been fake and that there's a ruling class of secretive reptiles.
The mother of a slain Capitol rioter leads a nightly vigil as Jan. 6 revisionism becomes mainstream Republican politics.