A man holds a QAnon sign at a Donald Trump rally in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., on February 21. PATRICK T. FALLON / Reuters
In the era of transparency, in which any conjecture can be dismantled in five minutes, the logical thing would be for a theory as far-fetched as QAnon's to starve to death shortly after being launched, or at best to live in minor sinks of eccentric antisystems. .
But the logic of the Internet leads just the opposite.
That the most unusual of conspiracy theories can spread and cross borders to reach millions of followers in a short time.
And also in a short time to be in a position to influence something as decisive as the next elections may be ...
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