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Wild and wacky — the conspiracy theories bubbling away in the Trump stew

As the US president's hold on power gets weaker and weaker the RWNJs' hold on reality gets more and more bizarre.

A QAnon rally in the United States (Image: AP/Ted S. Warren)

The unchecked disinformation pandemic driving America to the edge

It's not just fringe groups spreading dangerous conspiracies that benefit Donald Trump — Australian media is playing a central role too.

The long road to the edge of America’s abyss, where reason and conspiracy clash

Donald Trump's call to the dark side — to thuggish politics — comes from deep within the American soul.

Protesters at a Reclaim Australia rally in Sydney (Image: AAP/David Moir)

Web of hate: how COVID fuels QAnon and other right-wing extremists in Australia

Right-wing extremism was already a growing problem. But the pandemic has made it that much worse.

A QAnon rally in the United States (Image: AP/Ted S. Warren)

Son of ‘Burn Notice’ steps out of the shadows and into a Walking Dead fantasy

Facebook is banning QAnon conspiracy accounts. So did Twitter. But it hasn't stopped Australia's conspiracy devotees — including some tied to the PM.

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Tips and Murmurs: Simply Devine … Some remaining Qs … A win for health insurers

The Trump interaction that's all content for Miranda Devine, plus more tips and murmurs from the Crikey bunker.

Minister for Families and Social Services Anne Ruston (Image: AAP/David Mariuz)

Government re-announces the re-announced announcement (and other news you may have missed)

The government announces the same domestic violence funding for the third time, as 4chan leaks Windows source code (and could be coming for your money). Catch up on the stories that slipped through the cracks.

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From sovereign citizens to QAnon: private messaging apps attract mixed bag of lockdown protesters

Anti-lockdown protest organisers have started using encrypted apps such as Telegram to spread the word. We took a peek inside.

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QAnon is here to stay. Is it the future of our politics?

Some of the anti-lockdown mob won't even know what QAnon is, but will still recite its talking points. A global cabal. Fear of satanic elites. The world on the brink of a 'great awakening'.

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If a pandemic hits, you must deficit

Good morning, early birds. Australia has its highest day for new COVID-19 infections, the federal government prepares to unveil its biggest ever budget deficit, and Twitter shuns QAnon. It's the news you need to know, with Charlie Lewis.

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