Written by Dave Henry

Friday, 17 August 2018

image for Oswald Shot JFK, Man Walked on Moon and Other Conspiracies These crazy conspiracy theorists are a danger to themselves and others.

There are a lot of crazy conspiracy theories out there. For example, some people actually believe that JFK was killed by Lee Harvey Oswald. Others think that Neil Armstrong actually walked on the moon. Still others believe that America is still a democracy. Where do these people come up with this stuff?

These are just some of the crazy conspiracies that take on a life of their own in internet chat rooms across the World Wide Web.

There was even a conspiracy theory floating around out there in 2016, that America’s elections are legit and not rigged by foreign hackers.

These tinfoil hat-wearing crazies who believe this really need to get their heads examined.

One of the most popular conspiracy theories is that Donald Trump was honestly elected president of the United States. This is just an insane way to think, and is really quite reckless of people.

Others believe in the integrity of America’s elections in the 2018 mid-terms. These people are clearly whack jobs. They actually think there will be a blue wave this fall without any foreign interference.

You couldn’t make this stuff up!

Some Americans stubbornly hold on to the notion that Vladimir Putin does not run the country through various politicians he owns.

It’s really quite mind boggling that these people exist.

Thankfully, only a small percentage of Americans believe these things, but it’s hard to believe in this day and age that anyone still does.

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