Because people want easy solutions. They want to do something quick and go on with their other objectives. Nobody is gaining money from banning Q accounts, so the system isn't built for it. And never will.
I mean, have you ever seen islamic extremism be countered with fact checks?
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Seeing this sort of thing in real-time is kind of hilarious. The media reports on it being fake. You see those reports as evidence that it's real. There's legitimately no way to change someone's views on this stuff.
外围体育投注There are hundreds of stories about just about everything. One paper hits upon a story that attaracts eyeballs, and fifty others immediately try to replicate it so that they don't lose traffic. Then, someone tries to make a followup later, and it might or might not catch on too.
It turns out that a lot of people find conspiracy theories oddly compelling, as if it's more comfortable to believe that there is some ultimate villain behind the scenes directing things, than many smaller evils operating in the open independent of each other, with a strong dash of unfortunate luck thrown in. On the flip side, people also like to look down on others, and "those conspiracy nutters" quickly become targets of disdain, multiplied by the "they're being obnoxious" factor for those who are especially loud about trying to convince everyone else.
So, the articles about conspiracy theories sometimes catch on, and the media spins out a new followup whenever the opportunity arises. Larger organizations talking about all the things wrong with it, smaller, more grassroots "blog-like" (or "vlog-like") media organizations and youtube stars, with no hope of competing with the big players and no desire to make themselves look like big media to their fanbases, supporting the other side to harvest counter-opinions. Both sides driven by the profits of ad-views, whether the usual served-automatically-by-google-or-facebook ads, or the opportunity to personally shill for a sponsor, or even push their own product.
Greed drives everyone, both for and against.