Trump's pick for National Security Adviser and his son believed that conspiracy theory and they both spread it on Twitter.
charles.thompson » 11 Jan 2017 5:34 pm wrote:
not at all. Very few Americans believed that conspiracy theory. Americans are actually a lot smarter on average than you seem to think....but the media is worse than you think.
Misty » 11 Jan 2017 5:22 pm wrote:
But they believe the REAL news like the fact that HRC was running some kind of a child sex trafficking ring out of the back of a pizza joint.
charles.thompson » 11 Jan 2017 8:01 am wrote:
misty...70% of american people do not trust the mainstream news...considering the nonsense we have heard from them for over a year, it SHOULD be 100%.
See my last post #120.
Also the guy who showed up at the pizza place with a gun......he believed it too.
In Washington Pizzeria Attack, Fake News Brought Real Guns