Comment: If the premise is false, the remedies will be false.

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If the premise is false, the remedies will be false.

Even if a "conspiracy theory" is inaccurate or downright incorrect, it forces those debating the issue to examine ALL the evidence. Rather than acting as a distracting, it provides a "Devil's Advocacy" to better discern the facts in order to best discuss the solution.

Here is an excellent example of a "Conspiracy Theory" that has NOT become a major debate issue.

Rep Giffords Operation Safeway EXPOSED

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1OHFV__ffE&feature=player_e...