Elon Musk Amplifies Unsubstantiated Conspiracy Theories With Pelosi Attack

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Twitter says:Bohemian picture of hell,” Elon Musk He used the platform he now owns to amplify an unsubstantiated conspiracy theory about an intruder’s hammer attack on Nancy Pelosi’s husband.

“There’s a small chance there’s more to this story than meets the eye.” Musk Tweeted Sunday morning in reply to a tweet Hillary Clinton Blame the Republican Party for creating a toxic environment that sets the stage for violence against politicians.

Intruders who took part in the conspiracy allegedly tried to detain Paul Pelosi by asking, “Where’s Nancy?”

Musk linked to stories that are no longer accessible in conservative rags online. Santa Monica Observer The suspect claimed he did not break into Perosis’ San Francisco home looking for Nancy.

Instead, an unseen source “story” claimed that 82-year-old Paul Pelosi was in contact with a male sex worker. I’ve given details such as the windows and the 911 calls, but the mask has no influence or influence.

And the outlets he quotes are particularly unreliable.As los angeles times reported, Santa Monica Observer It was the source of other blatantly false and ridiculous articles, such as Hillary Clinton’s body double sent to debate with Donald Trump and Kanye West given top job at the Interior Department.

Musk’s irresponsible tweet prompted Nancy Pelosi in a statement to say she and her family were “heartbroken and traumatized” by the attack on Paul, who left him with a fractured skull that had to be surgically repaired. He came a few hours after saying, “I have it.”

The Speaker of the House was in Washington during the attack. David Depepe42, a Bay Area man who promotes QAnon’s ideas and other far-right conspiracy theories online.

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