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For months, a man calling himself Bill Smith obsessed over the YouTube search rankings for QAnon, where his conspiracy-fueled videos competed with those made by other believers for the top few slots on the list of results.
WILKES-BARRE, Pa. – It is a truism that the people who attend a rally for President Trump more than two years before he’s on the ballot again are generally strong supporters of President Trump. Especially when those supporters are willing to wait hours in thick humidity in a treeless parking lot here, as thousands did on Thursday night.
Analysis | QAnon: Meet a real-life believer in the online, pro-Trump conspiracy theory that’s bursting into view
After I wrote about QAnon, an online conspiracy theory that leaped on Tuesday from the far reaches of the Internet to the audience at President Trump’s rally in Tampa, an email arrived in my inbox from a man named Paul Burton. He described a colleague and me as “Bezos’ boys,” referring to Jeffrey P.
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What ABC agency is heavily tied to Amazon?
Amazon Web Services introduced Secret Region, a new service specifically for the CIA and the rest of the intelligence community. It’s not really a secret service: It’s name just indicates it can handle data that’s been classified at the “secret” level. Amazon has offered the CIA a Top Secret Region since 2014 as part of a $600 million deal.
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