The baseless claim attempting to link Biden with the deceased sex offender continues to appear on Facebook and Twitter, and can be traced back to niche online communities, including QAnon.
Leading experts in evolutionary biology and infectious disease told Newsweek that the research paper is weak; it offers no new information and makes numerous unsubstantiated claims.
A Media Matters report published on Thursday highlighted several controversial posts that Nick Moutos shared with his Twitter followers.
"I don't even know anything about it. I don't even know if it's credible," Mark Meadows said Sunday.
Even though celebrities are a frequent target of the far-right conspiracy theory, a few celebrities have used their platform to amplify it.
Videos found on social media show a missile hitting a Beirut warehouse on Tuesday, allegedly triggering a massive explosion.
People are "nesting" at home, which has spelled big profits for the home goods and furniture retailer.
Numerous people on Facebook and Twitter posted that Wayfair CEO Niraj Shah stepped down after rumors about sex trafficking made waves on the internet, but the rumors are false.
"We are deeply troubled that Nick has failed to acknowledge or apologize for perpetuating anti-Semitism," read a Tuesday statement from ViacomCBS.
A thinly evidenced conspiracy theory alleges a furniture company is using overpriced listings as cover for human trafficking.
"I certainly hope Q is real and there are a number of indications that the information that is being disseminated has been of enormous value in this fight for freedom," Roger Stone said.
A 2015 article proposing that Beethoven was black resurfaced, sparking a Twitter debate--and bringing attention to black composers who were Beethoven's contemporaries.
Conspiracy that hit headlines was based on a series of now-deleted tweets.
Dozens of phone masts have been set on fire in the U.K. amid baseless claims that the technology is linked to COVID-19.
He also warned that there could be between 100,000-200,000 deaths in the U.S. from the disease.
Winfrey used her verified Twitter account to refute the fake story which was reportedly started by conspiracy group QAnon.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad claimed that unidentified laboratories were intentionally spreading the disease.
Media personality Alex Jones seeks to dismiss a suit filed against him by the father of a victim of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012, claiming the case has caused him "emotional distress."
President Donald Trump's Republican allies have propagated a baseless conspiracy theory that Ukraine meddled in the 2016 presidential elections.
Republican Representative Brad Wenstrup's Obama theory was debunked by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, who noted Russia invaded Ukraine two years after Obama's comment at question.
Paul McGuire said Sweden was "all on board with Democratic socialism" and linked it with the country previously allowing "people to marry their dogs, cats and horses and pigs."
The Trump administration's secretary of state did not expand on the implied corruption during his Fox News interview.
Model Chrissy Teigen railed against the far-right conspiracy theory group QAnon, ridiculing countless forums and posts connecting her and husband John Legend to Jeffrey Epstein.
Jill Stein and Tulsi Gabbard said Hillary Clinton continues to blame everyone but herself for losing the 2016 presidential election to Donald Trump.
Kelvin Ty Whelly, the former U.S. Marine infantryman who was part of a smear campaign against Senator Warren, falsely claimed to be a combat veteran of the Afghanistan War.
The far-right conspiracy theorist has a history of peddling fake news and tried to concoct false sexual assault allegations against Robert Mueller.
The Hong Kong edition of the China Daily newspaper said it had uncovered the plot via a post on the Telegram encrypted messaging app, prompting online ridicule.
Wohl, 21, and his former business partner Matthew Johnson were charged in California for the illicit sale of securities in a Riverside Superior Court.
Spencer Kuvin, a lawyer who represented three of Epstein's victims, told the BBC that it was not in the billionaire's nature to commit suicide.
"The retweet was from somebody that's a very respected conservative pundit, so I think it was fine," Trump insisted.