Bogus far-right conspiracy theories bubble up about Jacksonville shooter

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Details are still coming out about the man who gunned down three Black people at a Dollar General in Jacksonville, Florida after a failed attempt at targeting a historically Black college. But far-right social media influencers are already beginning to attach conspiracy theories to the incident, reported BBC News on Tuesday. “One typical post from one influencer on X, the site formerly known as Twitter, was seen at least 1.4 million times by Monday evening — and just one of hundreds of similar posts,” reported Mike Wendling. Wendling notes that these posts are generally pushing the idea that “…

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