A detailed, 7-page article on "who or what killed Michael Hastings?"
No political party has a monopoly on gullibility.
I believe those at the top KNOW they're lying, & they laugh at the gullibility of their voters.
But I don't enjoy seeing conspiracy theorist gullibility on our side.
You're free to be rude & disrespectful to me here if you want. I'm free to enforce boundaries of my choosing.
I can tell, right away, when I'm reading or hearing a conspiracy theorist.
Dismissing everything written in the liberal media obstructs my work to address conspiracy theories.
This is a strawman assertion (see: logical fallacies.)
They're not merely questioning things. They have lined up behind a "theory" or set of beliefs about a situation, with an agenda they want to see happen.
It's just that whether a case belongs in that very small group depends on the evidence/facts of the case, & if those are insufficient, my default is a benign cause, unless new info arises.
The family of Michael Hastings don't believe he was murdered.
But some speak with absolute certainty about the cause of his death.
IMO it doesn't do us any favors.
False beliefs can lead some people to commit acts of violence. Now,
Q promoters will keep doing it, forever. I can't talk them out of it. But I can...
I find I have to detail in threads my reasons for my opinions, so I can link the thread in response to a comment. Otherwise I have to constantly reinvent the wheel.
I offer my ideas to all. Suggestion: take what you like & leave the rest.