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Actress Patricia Arquette suggests London terror attack a set-up by Trump, calls attack a ‘false flag’

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Patricia Arquette

The insanity of the loony left seems to have no boundaries.  On Wednesday, actress Patricia Arquette floated a conspiracy theory that the London terror attack — or any terror attack, for that matter — may in fact be part of an effort by President Trump to detract from the allegations of collusion between the campaign and Russia.

“Remember this If there is a terrorist attack or any crap before this disaster is resolved it may be a ,” she tweeted.

She followed this up with a tweet offering to pay for a “one-way ticket” to Moscow:

Naturally, she got a heaping dose of mockery for her conspiracy theory:

Good question…

https://twitter.com/freestaterevolt/status/844966141902630912

Arquette responded by calling it a “false flag.”

To be fair, however, one has to first have a mind before losing it…

https://twitter.com/TanyasChasers/status/844991457828245505

Of course, some of her low-information base agreed:

https://twitter.com/SuzyTrochesset/status/844732933357363200

https://twitter.com/dynamicecstatic/status/844734392161505280

Newsbusters’ Kristine Marsh noted:

This isn’t the first conspiracy theory the actress believes about the president. She also tweeted about the unsubstantiated, but much reported, “dossier” about the President’s alleged sordid affairs while in Russia as if it were absolute truth, as well.

One person observed:

https://twitter.com/DirtyDaver/status/844996100662669312

We agree:

More stupidity from liberals on Orlando. Now they want to ban white Americans from America.

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