Off Message: Putting the con in conspiracy
Donald Trump’s true legacy as US president is the destructive conspiracy theory. We can’t afford to let the same thing happen in this country
The reign of Donald Trump is over. Now everything is back to normal and completely fine.
Okay, so only one of those things is true. We can take heart from the fact that the new president of the United States does not encourage his supporters to spread harmful conspiracy theories. The bar, as they say, is truly on the floor.
But there’s a long road ahead for our cousins in America if they’re ever to...
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