Barr, a devoted supporter of President Donald Trump and purveyor of far-right blogs, also earnestly shared a series of conspiracy theories with her Twitter followers.
Rotondo said he has been making a "reasonable effort" and "doing the best" he can to move out of his parent's home
Tooth fragments discovered in Berlin in 1945 belonged to Hitler, proving he died as the Allies approached.
A report shared by the councilwoman falsely stated that a reputable scientific journal had found evidence of a controlled demolition at the site of the Twin Towers.
"They're all part of the deep state."
Not everyone who attends is a flat Earther, according to event founder.
David Hogg, a Florida student who has been critical of politicians, has been attacked personally by right-wing activists.
Researchers found that whether or not a person believes in conspiracy theories could account for up to a quarter of their attitude toward vaccines.
The video went viral on Thursday.
There is indeed evidence of an ancient ocean on Mars, but seashells and a sphinx? Not so much.
Five far-right conspiracy theories that made their way into the government's inner circles.
Hollow Earthers are the new Flat Earthers.
NASA already explained the "concretion" phenomenon when a similar image made the rounds in 2014.
“I KNOW this is #FakeNews," George Scarborough tweeted.
"Vegas is as phony as a three dollar bill or as Obama's birth certificate," Jones said.
Even Bernie Sanders is apparently to blame.
Social media has greatly widened the reach of conspiracy theorists, who have targeted national tragedies in the past