The article I chose was “This right wing conspiracy theory about eating bugs is about as racist as you think”. Gene Demby and Huo Jingnan spoke on the theory and shared their views in the podcast. They believe that the broad idea of conspiracy theories spreads harmful ideologies or misinformation and promotes racism; and that this conspiracy theory about eating bugs falls victim to that. People often code switch when it comes to what they have to say about conspiracy theories especially if their comment has something to do with racism. I definitely agree with them because conspiracy theories are usually problematic in a way. Huo and Gene agreed that different types of foods have been associated with the different kind of people that consume them, and that poor people and/or immigrants stick out the most. As a Vietnamese, I definitely relate to this because people seem to assume all we eat are insects and bugs or occasionally, dogs and cats. This shows how people are associated with the types of food they eat and how common it is for people to assume these racial stereotypes.