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Leftist conspiracy theorists claim CPAC stage layout is secret Nazi code

The conspiracy theory was quickly debunked by right-wing social media users, noting that the full stage does not resemble the symbol.

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As the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) convention kicked off on Thursday, left-wing online activists have developed a conspiracy theory alleging that the stage design used by the organization is some sort of secret Nazi code.

The conspiracy theorists have asserted without evidence that the stage was intentionally designed to appear in the shape of the Odal rune, a proto-Germanic symbol which was later appropriated by the Nazis.

CPAC organizers have vehemently denied the claims, while some have insisted that the organizers should change the stage design.

The conspiracy theory was quickly debunked by right-wing social media users, noting that the full stage does not resemble the symbol.

CPAC speakers mocked the claims made by the conspiracy theorists, with OANN's Jack Posobiec expressing faux concern that the stage he was standing on may resemble something related to the far-right.

No evidence has been put forward that the stage was intentionally designed to appear in the shape of the Odal rune.

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