Tuesday's primaries, election conspiracies and Donald Trump's long trail of broken brains

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Primary elections Tuesday decide fate of Trump conspiracy theorists

Most of us have a friend or loved one who leaped down the rabbit hole of Trump cultism and ‘rigged election’ nonsense. But these are people who, if elected, could wield significant power.

Five states hold primary elections Tuesday, with many races featuring Republican candidates fully invested in former President Donald Trump’s unhinged election conspiracy theories, so it seems like a good time to check in and see how America’s sore-loser-in-chief is doing.

In a message he posted Sunday on his unpopular social media site, which I believe is called “Soon-To-Be Failed Trump Business No. 457,” Trump launched an ageist and false attack on actual President Joe Biden, used a racist slur to reference the coronavirus and peddled wildly conspiratorial hogwash about the 2020 presidential election. 

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