Like Ron Paul, there’s no such thing as a conspiracy theory that Donald Trump will not believe. There’s a reason that people like Alex Jones exist, and that’s because a person who believes one insane conspiracy will most likely believe them all. Which is why, the day after Indiana, I said this:

 

Annnnd, like clockwork:

One issue on Trump’s radar is the 1993 death of Foster, which has been ruled a suicide by law enforcement officials and a subsequent federal investigation. But some voices on the far right have long argued that the Clintons may have been involved in a conspiracy that led to Foster’s death.

When asked in an interview last week about the Foster case, Trump dealt with it as he has with many edgy topics — raising doubts about the official version of events even as he says he does not plan to talk about it on the campaign trail.

He called theories of possible foul play “very serious” and the circumstances of Foster’s death “very fishy.”

“He had intimate knowledge of what was going on,” Trump said, speaking of Foster’s relationship with the Clintons at the time. “He knew everything that was going on and then all of a sudden he committed suicide.”

 

Indeed, this is exactly Trump’s M.O. with literally every conspiracy theory, including the especially insane one that Ted Cruz’s father was involved in JFK’s assassination, is to say, “Hey, I’m just bringing up concerns other people have.” Meanwhile, reasonable people clearly indicate that they don’t believe in this crap and move on with their lives.