And the latest for internet theories gone viral is the conspiracy trend that Donald Trump's wife, Melania, uses a body double. This wild idea was sparked by Twitter user Joe Vargas, who goes by the handle @BuyLegalMeds. His first tweet showed a video of Melania standing my Donald, where she's wearing a dark pair of shades with her hair covering her face, just nodding in approval to her husband. Joe captioned the tweet with, "This is not Melania. To think they would go this far & try & make us think its her on TV is mind blowing. Makes me wonder what else is a lie."

He followed up his tweet by saving followers the task of googling a recent image of her, with:

Whether Joe (who owns Cloud N9ne Syrup, a hemp syrup infused with cannabis) just sent the tweet out as a small idea, it was picked up by his 29.3K followers turning it into a trending topic on U.S. Twitter. It sparked a lot of re-tweets that lead to other Twitter users mostly making fun of the claim. 

A user by the name of Shauna, @goldengateblonde, tweeted, "okay look this "Melania body-double travels w Trump" story is silly I mean where would they find another woman willing to go places with him."

Another user couldn't help but drag in Kris Kardashian's one-liner from a past season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.  

Even a poll was created where users could vote on what they thought was really going on with options like "cloned in a Russian lab," "has a twin sister" and "everyone is crazy."

Whether this body double theory is true or not, it's not the first time the world wide web has set off on a venture to prove something so absurd to be true. Remember when everyone thought Gucci Mane had a body double, and came back from jail as government clone? Well, he responded to those claims in a Snapchat video where he said, "I will neither support nor deny those accusations."