From Flat Earth to Chemtrails, Why Conspiracy Theories Persist

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Flat Earth videos rack up huge views on the Internet — but how could anyone believe such a fundamentally false idea? Daily Beast reporter Kelly Weill joins John Avlon on this week’s Reality Check to discuss her new book and explain how social media has given an old conspiracy theory a huge boost – and the best way to convince someone to leave these cult-like groups.

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