My guess is never since its editors tend to be liberals and academics who still believe this conspiracy theory is true. For reference here is a list of political conspiracy theories according to Wikipedia:
8 Government, politics and conflict
8.2 False flag operations
8.4 Sandy Hook
8.6 Barack Obama
8.8 African National Congress
8.9 Cultural Marxism
8.10 Deep state
8.11 Sutherland Springs
Arguably more time and money have been spent investigating and disproving collusion between the Trump campaign / administration and Russia than all the other political conspiracy theories combined. That included an estimated $32 to 35 million in taxpayer money for the Mueller investigation, plus uncounted millions for investigations from the FBI and other federal agencies. Yet somehow “Russian Collusion” is not on the list.
Is the label “conspiracy theory” limited to stories promoted by people like Alex Jones and others on the right?
Or does the mainstream media have it own conspiracy theories under the guise of “objective” journalism?
I am not holding my breath on Trump appearing on Mount Rushmore. Mount Rushmore has four white males, including two slave holders and two Republicans. Its days are numbered if progressives have their way:
Of course there are other ways for the media and academic elites to make up for the pervasive anti-Trump conspiracy theories and myths. Perhaps the Nobel committee can retroactively give Trump Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize:
Or perhaps public schools can repurpose their hymns to Obama with a kind word or two for President Trump:
After all President Trump is the son of a poor immigrant who spoke English as a second language . . .
You are free to edit/add to Wikipedia at will. Perhaps Wikipedia editors tend to be liberals and academics because conservatives and … whatever the opposite of academics is… are too busy weeping about bias and not actually editing/creating content. Get out there and make a difference instead of impressing all the conservatives on this site with your brave and completely useless post.