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Naah, these idiotic conspiracy theories are mostly believed in by Republicans

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Submitted by David (Israel), Apr 22, 2022 at 14:16

While I salute Dr. Pipes' honest and convincing appeal to his fellow Republicans, the balancing act of the penultimate paragraph somewhat spoiled it.

There is no way the overwhelming beliefs in cospiracy theories by the Trumpists (that sadly and stupidly resulted in a much higher COVID death rate among them than among the Democrats) are matched by the minuscule following of conspiracy theories by the other half of America.

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You also need to take a good, honest look at your half of the country.

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