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  • Charlie Sheen on Random Celebrities Who Believe in Conspiracy Theories

    (#6) Charlie Sheen

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    A vocal and prolific conspiracy theorist, Sheen has spent years questioning the circumstances of the September 11th attacks. While conducting an interview with President Barack Obama in 2009, he urged the president to launch an investigation: 

    Mr. President, I implore you based on the evidence you now possess, to use your Executive Power. Prove to us all Sir, that you do, in fact, care. Create a truly comprehensive and open Congressional investigation of 9/11 and its aftermath. The families deserve the truth, the American people and the rest of the free world deserve the truth.

  • Steven Seagal on Random Celebrities Who Believe in Conspiracy Theories

    (#27) Steven Seagal

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    The black-leather-clad martial arts star has been a vocal proponent of the conspiracy theory that many mass shootings are staged, telling Russian state-owned propaganda network RT, "I believe, I hate to say this, a lot of these mass [slayings] and all this funny stuff that’s going on, I believe a lot of this is engineered.”

  • Marion Cotillard on Random Celebrities Who Believe in Conspiracy Theories

    (#3) Marion Cotillard

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    Chalk up the French actress as another who doubts human beings walked on the moon. She rhetorically asked the Huffington Post in 2008, "Did a man really walk on the moon?" and added, "I saw plenty of documentaries on it, and I really wondered. And in any case I don’t believe all they tell me, that’s for sure."

    She's also a 9/11 truther, claiming "We see other towers of the same kind being hit by planes. Are they burned? There was a tower, I believe it was in Spain, which burnt for 24 hours. It never collapsed. None of these towers collapsed. And there [in New York], in a few minutes, the whole thing collapsed.”

  • Bruce Willis on Random Celebrities Who Believe in Conspiracy Theories

    (#16) Bruce Willis

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    Willis chimed in with his thoughts about who "really" killed John F. Kennedy, saying in 2007, "They still haven't caught the guy that killed Kennedy. I'll get killed for saying this, but I'm pretty sure those guys are still in power, in some form. The entire government of the United States was co-opted. One guy did it? I don't think so."

    Incidentally, Willis was not killed for saying what he said.

  • Dave Chappelle on Random Celebrities Who Believe in Conspiracy Theories

    (#17) Dave Chappelle

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    Chappelle has been a vocal proponent of conspiracy theories and secret societies being in control of the entertainment industry. He discussed his most personal cause during an Oprah appearance, talking about a conspiracy he claims he's personally experienced: That the entertainment industry forces African American actors to dress as shrill, hectoring women to humiliate and oppress them.

  • (#11) Whoopi Goldberg

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    Goldberg celebrated the 40th anniversary of the moon landing by questioning it, wondering on The View, "Why is the flag rippling? There’s no air," and asking, "Who shot the footage?" The flag didn't ripple but apparently unfolded with wrinkles in it, and the footage was shot by the astronauts themselves.

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In the past, due to the limited period of information dissemination, the spread of rumors was not so widespread. However, with the rise of the Internet, the spread of conspiracy theories is accelerating. Although people can easily deny the credibility of most conspiracy theories through Internet searches, many people are more likely to believe in conspiracy theories than to find ways to verify them, especially when they are recognized by some celebrities.

The power of the celebrity effect is greater than we thought. The random tool lists 27 celebrities who believe in ridiculous conspiracy theories, they even openly discuss and support these crazy views.

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