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Alabama at a Glance

Ranking by Size and Population: 30 / 24  Capital: Montgomery


Origin of Name: From the Choctaw word Albaamo, which refers to the tribal town of the Alibamu people.
State Origin: Alabama Territory
Statehood: December 14, 1819 (22nd state)


Red State
Gubernatorial (Governor) Elections: Midterm election years (2022, 2026, etc.)
Lt. Gov: One of 45 states with a lieutenant governor, who is first in line of succession if the governor cannot fulfull his or her duties.
Legislature: “Legislature”  LowerHouse: “House of Representatives”
# Representatives: 105

Jewish Swastika Alabama vs The Jews

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No Jewish Holocaust Memorials:
Don’t forget to thank the Jewish Sackler family for America’s ever worsening opioid epidemic and the Jewish scumbag Eli Broad for his sleazy advocacy of charter schools, even recruiting thugs to help wreck public schools. The Jews also appear to be leading the charge against TikTok.
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Jewish Population (2020) and % of Population (with state rankings for both): 10,325 / 0.21% (34 / 39)
Homeless Population (Including state rankings for total homeless population and rate of homelessness): 3,752 (30 / 47)
Star of David Drug Overdose Death Rate / Opioid Death Rate (2021): 30.1 / 21.2 (Opioid Death Rate, State Ranking: 30)
Charter Schools: One of 45 states that have ushered in charter schools, which may be another Jewish conspiracy.
TikTok One of 39 states that restricted TikTok on government devices in some capacity as of March 12, 2024.
# Memorials to the American Genocide: 0.

This is what ChatGPT has to say about conspiracy in Alabama:

Alabama, with its rich history and cultural significance, has been the subject of various conspiracy theories over the years. Here are some examples:

1. Civil Rights Era Conspiracies

  • Theory: During the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s, Alabama was a focal point of activism and resistance. Conspiracy theories suggest that state and local authorities, along with powerful segregationist groups like the Ku Klux Klan, conspired to suppress civil rights activists through intimidation, violence, and sabotage.
  • Supporters: Historians, civil rights activists, and advocates for social justice have documented instances of government collusion with segregationists and systemic racism during this period, leading to suspicions of conspiracy.

2. Tuskegee Syphilis Study

  • Theory: One of the most infamous examples of medical malfeasance in U.S. history, the Tuskegee Syphilis Study, took place in Alabama. From 1932 to 1972, the U.S. Public Health Service conducted a study on untreated syphilis in African American men, withholding treatment and deceiving participants about the nature of the study.
  • Supporters: The Tuskegee Syphilis Study is well-documented and widely recognized as a violation of medical ethics. While it may not fit the traditional definition of a conspiracy theory, it has sparked suspicions about government-sponsored experiments and medical racism.

3. Birmingham Church Bombing

  • Theory: The 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1963, which killed four young African American girls, has been the subject of conspiracy theories alleging complicity by white supremacists and possibly government agencies. Some theories suggest that the FBI or other authorities had prior knowledge of the attack but failed to prevent it.
  • Supporters: Civil rights advocates, historians, and investigators have raised questions about the handling of the case and possible connections between the perpetrators and law enforcement agencies.

4. Voter Suppression and Election Fraud

  • Theory: Alabama, like many Southern states, has faced allegations of voter suppression and election fraud targeting minority communities. Conspiracy theories suggest that state officials and political operatives have engaged in tactics such as gerrymandering, voter intimidation, and voter ID laws to disenfranchise certain groups.
  • Supporters: Voting rights advocates, political activists, and organizations monitoring elections have documented instances of voter suppression and raised concerns about the integrity of the electoral process in Alabama and other states.


Alabama’s history of civil rights struggles, racial tensions, and political controversies has given rise to various conspiracy theories over the years. While some theories may be based on legitimate concerns about injustice and corruption, others may lack credible evidence or promote unfounded speculation. As with any conspiracy theory, it’s essential to critically evaluate the evidence and consider multiple perspectives before drawing conclusions.

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