Earlier this week, Thunberg was briefly held by police during a protest in western Germany.
Back in 2012, a 20-year-old gunman shot 26 people at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. Most people understandably saw it as a horrific tragedy and mourned the death of school children, teachers and staff. But not Alex Jones – he said the attack was staged. Jones is a conspiracy
“There is Q and there are Anons but there is no QAnon” has now become a rallying cry of sorts, a refutation of all outlets that insist on labeling QAnon a movement. First it was November 3, then January 6. After those dates didn’t result in a victory for
Dominion Voting Systems is fighting back against the fraudulent claims made against it by filing lawsuits aimed at the biggest propagators of those conspiracy theories. At the center of the unfounded conspiracy theory that the 2020 election was stolen from former President Donald Trump is Dominion Voting Systems. The American
With Trump banned from major social media platforms and Parler shut down (possibly only temporarily), conservatives and conspiracy theorists are flocking to other platforms and social networking apps. Anyone familiar with QAnon, the far-right conspiracy theory that pitted former President Donald Trump against an alleged “Deep State” and cabal of
In addition to being a staunch supporter of Trump’s claims that the election was stolen, despite no confirmed evidence, Wood has in recent weeks gained notoriety for his conspiracy-laden Twitter threads and attacks on public officials. In 1996, lawyer Lin Wood entered the national spotlight when he represented Richard
YouTube, the popular video-sharing platform, has recently announced it wants to limit QAnon and other conspiracy theory content on its site, joining Facebook, Twitter and TikTok in the battle to prevent the spread of misinformation and hateful content. Social media platforms like YouTube and Twitter exist to give their users