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    Groups like QAnon believe Donald Trump was sent by God to rid the world of Democrats and coastal elites. Although built on a foundation of wild conspiracy theories, many devotees treat them as fact. Helen Lee Bouygues, founder of the Reboot Foundation, speaks to The World about why this is so, and ways people can better integrate critical thinking into their daily lives.

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