How Conspiracy Theories Become Violent | …

What’s the difference between someone who’s into conspiracy theories and someone who’s so influenced by them they become a mass shooter?

From white supremacist Anders Breivik to jihadist Tamerlan Tsarneav, some of the perpetrators of the worst acts of mass killing around the world have been enthralled by certain conspiracy theories.

In this episode of Truth Hurts, we look at the tipping point in the conspiracist mindset that can turn people violent.

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