Facebook just made it way easier to spread conspiracy theories about where coronavirus came from.
A day after Rudy Giuliani aired lurid, unproven allegations about what was on Hunter Biden’s laptop, a special agent contacted Delaware police.
The man who helped bring Hunter’s laptop to the world talks about his grandfather and definitively states he’s neither Russian, nor a hacker.
The posting of these videos coincide with a renewed push by the Trump campaign to paint Biden as somehow compromised by China.
The story has racked up over 54 million views on Facebook.
The Director of National Intelligence is pouring fuel on the fire of the Hunter Biden conspiracy theory being pushed by right-wing media.
But this time, the conspiracy theory is being shared and spread by mainstream Republican figures, not just fringe groups.
Twitter had four years to prepare for the 2020 election and never got its shit together.
The New York Post's Hunter Biden laptop story is conspiracy candy, and it's the most bizarre story of a truly unbelievable year.
The social media giant also drew on what it said was a lack of authoritive reporting on the origins of the emails as a reason to stop the spread of the article.
A water-damaged MacBook Pro and a copied hard drive are at the core of a bizarre story.
Democrats and the Biden campaign slammed the report as a naked attempt to bring down the Democratic presidential nominee.