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The impact of wild conspiracy theories ahead of 2020 election

Credit: CBS News- Published on September 16, 2020
As the November election draws closer, dangerous conspiracy theories like QAnon are spreading on social media and taking root in the minds of a growing number of voters. TIME national correspondent Charlotte Alter joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.
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QAnon

American far-right conspiracy theory
Experts and organizations say the group poses a danger to victims they claim to fight for and creates more challenges for those protecting them.
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QAnon’s baseless conspiracy theories have repeatedly been debunked, but its ideas continue to spread online ahead of the 2020 presidential election. Jeff..
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Elaine Quijano

American journalist
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The latest CBS News Battleground Tracker poll shows Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden leading in the key states of Arizona and Wisconsin. CBS News..
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President Trump launched new attacks against Dr. Anthony Fauci on the campaign trail Monday, calling the nation's top infectious disease expert a "disaster." CBS..
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