The scandalous allegations against Joe Biden are not going away, and his ability to defuse the issue is in doubt. But the big question is: Will anyone care about it in November? Also, the podcast debates wonder whether Americans ever really police conspiracy theories when those theories reinforce their preferred biases.

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  1. OccupantCDN Coolidge

    To blame one side or another for conspiracy theories is wrong. All sides have conspiracy theories. The difference is that there is an Alt-right that is rejected by the mainstream right, there is no alt-left, the left are so enthralled with winning that they dare not abandon any potential supporter or ally. The conspiracy theories on the left are reported and tolerated by the main stream left as a price of support from the wack jobs.

    Conspiracy theories and rumors have 1 root cause. A distrust in the mainstream media. IF you want to get rid of conspiracy theories have a trustworthy and truthful media. Its quite simple.

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    • May 15, 2020, at 1:43 PM PDT