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Stocks Surged As Trading Floors Watched 'Breaking' InfoWars Video. It Was Two Weeks Old, and Wrong.

Traders and analysts are wondering if “Infowars [is] a site I have to start reading now” to gauge what the average person believes is true in the middle of a “propaganda war.”
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