Candice Taylor believes that the Earth is flat (Photo: kandisstaylor/instagram)
Georgia Republican Party Chairwoman Candace Taylor believes a round Earth is conspiracy and is indignant that there are many globes around.
Candace Taylor claimed the Earth is flat on her podcast «Jesus, weapons and children”.
In the video, she, along with David Weiss and Matt Long, who are also known for denying the obvious, was indignant because there are too many globes around.
«Globes, everywhere,” Taylor said, “I turn on the TV, globes in the background… Globes everywhere. You see them all the time, it’s constant. My children are like: “Mom, globe, globe, globe, globe” – they are everywhere. This is done to brainwash us.”
Taylor is convinced that the sending of the round globes is part of a conspiracy.
«As for me, what is this if not a conspiracy? If all this is real, then why pressurize me at every step? In every store you buy a globe, there are globes everywhere. Every movie, every TV show, news media — why? I think more and more that it doesn’t make sense.”
In the same Candace Taylor podcast, David Weiss and Matt Long stated that «they know a lot about the Earth.” And if other people «knew at least a tenth of this – everyone would become a flat earther.”
Taylor is not the first Republican to believe in conspiracy theories. Az Central state’s major news publication wrote that many local Republicans believe the Earth is flat.
In 2014, the National Center for the Study of Public Opinion (NORC) at the University of Chicago found outthat only 32% of members of this party believe in evolution.
And one of its most famous representatives, Donald Trump, has long been famous as the central figure of the QAnon conspiracy theory.