Conspiracy Theories

Here is a quick and simple way to debunk your dumb friend’s conspiracy theories

The world of conspiracy theories isn’t reserved for the fringes of society anymore. It seems like everywhere you look on Facebook, someone is outing themselves as a believer in chemtrails, or that the Ebola virus is being spread though a vaccine campaign by the U.N., etc.

The world of conspiracy theories isn’t reserved for the fringes of society anymore. It seems like everywhere you look on Facebook, someone is outing themselves as a believer in chemtrails, or that the Ebola virus is being spread though a vaccine campaign by the U.N., etc.

If you’re someone who likes to stand up for logic and evidence, you’ve probably engaged these people from time to time – and soon discovered that it’s pointless.

But what if there was one simple question that could be the antidote to a long and pointless debate?

Just ask conspiracy theorists this: Does your conspiracy theory affect rich people? If it does, then it’s most likely bullsh*t.

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h/t: Sploid

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