Conspiracy Theories

New Hampshire state Rep. Ken Weyler backtracked on sharing the controversial report: “I apologize for not vetting the document more thoroughly."
New Hampshire state Rep. Ken Weyler shared bizarre conspiracy theories with his finance committee.
The podcast host raised eyebrows for claiming President Joe Biden faked getting a vaccine booster shot.
The Fox News host absurdly accused President Joe Biden of allowing migrants into the U.S. to "change the racial mix of the country."
"This case was never about fraud," Judge Linda Parker wrote. "It was about undermining the people’s faith in our democracy."
Amelia Miller attempted to show off her newfound powers, but — spoiler alert — failed to stick the landing.
Mike Lindell and Fox News appear to be in the middle of a bitter divorce.
"He said if I take the vaccine I could pack my bags and leave his kids here."
Michelle Fiscus was fired from her post after Republican legislators opposed her plans to help vaccinate minors.
The Georgia congresswoman told people not to get their hopes up that Trump would be back in the White House next month "because that's not true."