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QAnon's conspiracy theories seep dangerously into the real world

Credit: CBS News- Published on October 16, 2020
QAnon’s baseless conspiracy theories have repeatedly been debunked, but its ideas continue to spread online ahead of the 2020 presidential election. Jeff Sharlet, a Vanity Fair contributor and English professor at Dartmouth College, joined CBSN to discuss how the ideology is seeping dangerously into the American mainstream.
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Published on October 16, 2020 -  01:39
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