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Confirmed: Repeating False Statements Over And Over Magically Makes Them True

U.S.—A new study found that repeating a false statement over and over, especially on Twitter or other social media websites, magically makes it true.

"It seems that as you say the completely untrue claim over and over again, the laws of morality suddenly begin to alter to conform to your beliefs," said one expert. "We've never seen anything like this before, where a political movement repeats mantras over and over again in order to brainwash the people into committing mass atrocities. We've definitely not seen this in action in the past 80 years or so."

Experts say you have to repeat the claim as many times as possible. Also, they believe that the more outrageous the false statement, the more times you have to repeat it before it becomes correct. "For instance, if you're just repeating a small lie such as 'Almond milk is good,' then you could just tweet it with three or four repetitions and it would become true."

"But if you're going to want to make a big lie true, such as The Last Jedi being a good movie or abortion being health care, then you've got to post it a bunch of times---preferably in all caps."

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