http://www.businessinsider.com/sacha-ba ... ite-2018-7
Yeah, Cohenm might've been good. But he was busy tricking conservatives into speaking to him in interview format for his new show.
One of Cohen's personalities is Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr., PhD. He's a conspiracy theorist who runs an Infowars-like website called Truthbrary.org. Ruddick's character is a former postal service worker who stays in a scooter to conserve his "body's finite energy." It's the disguise he used to hawk about the evils of socialized medicine to Bernie Sanders in the show's premiere, as well as the one he apparently uses in a later episode to talk to Sarah Palin.
It turns out the show has been maintaining Truthbrary.org for months as a real-life conspiracy theory website. According to the site's metadata, it was registered on October 13, 2017, which indicates how much Showtime, which produces the show, invested into making the character. Showtime declined to INSIDER's request for comment on the site's development.
True to form, Truthbrary.org has a rickety design that almost looks like it was made in 1997 and hasn't been updated since, with bold underlined text in random places and low-resolution GIFs. The editorial content warns against military mind control, fluoride in the water, and Satanism in Hollywood. There are three different posts about 9/11 conspiracy theories, allegations that former president Barack Obama was born in Kenya, and theories about aliens living in pyramids. Ruddick is a supporter of President Donald Trump as well.