James Yoo had a long history of posting conspiratorial and anti-government rants online.
A shape-shifting conspiracy theory that’s grown ancient by internet standards finds a new audience, again, with help from the world’s richest man.
A FEMA test of the Emergency Alert System is scheduled for October 4th, prompting conspiracy theories.
Transvestigation, or “elite gender inversion”, combines phrenology, psuedoscience and new age woo-woo in one transphobic package.
From Alex Jones to Andrew Tate, controversial figures on the right have come out to bat for the comedian in the wake of sexual assault allegations.
Joe Salant, an evangelical pastor and rapper, is the new spokesman for Safrax, which makes bleach tablets that are popular with those who belief ingesting the industrial cleaner can cure a range of ailments.
Twitter says it has “a zero-tolerance child sexual exploitation policy.” Musk apparently doesn’t.
An innocent 22-year-old student became the center of a vast internet conspiracy theory that was so intense he and his family were forced to leave their home.
Earlier this week, Musk attacked George Soros, who he compared to X-Men super villain Magneto, and said he wanted to “erode the very fabric of civilization.”
Basic questions remain unanswered years after ties between the two were first revealed.
What color was the sun when you were a kid?