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Elon Musk revisited the Pizzagate conspiracy theory on social media, sharing a meme claiming the debunked theory is real.

The widely discredited conspiracy alleged a child sex trafficking ring in a D.C.-area pizza shop.

Musk’s post was later deleted. (Trending: Biden Shamefully Removes God From National Address)

“Does seem at least a little suspicious,” Musk posted.

“Pizzagate is real,” a meme on the post read, showing characters from “The Office.”

“They trafficked children,” it read.

This is not the first time Musk has engaged with Pizzagate-related content, and his actions have led to backlash and questions about his association with conspiracy theories and controversial figures.

Additionally, Musk’s social media platform is facing financial challenges and loss of advertisers due to controversies.

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