False. The far left has complete control over academia and the flow of information which has created many lies in our society. I've been tested multiple times in my life. I have family whom are either successful outright or obvious underachievers. Such as my cousin being a doctor at age 21 with a lot of academic success and a perfect SAT or my grandmother who did not go to college, but got a full scholarship to go to Wharton and had extremely high skills with stenography. I forget the exact words per minute, but when my mother explained it to me years ago I looked up statistics and my grandmother wasn't far off the human records. I don't think this was any sort of mistake. My grandfather was a computer programmer for the government and was heavily relied upon by his leech fellow government workers. My uncle is a doctor in Mensa and I believe some intelligence group above it. Almost my entire family is believes in some level of untruth in society and is politically dissident (aka far right). Even the lowest IQ people in my family such as my Filipino side greatly outlier the average Filipino and are above normal intelligence. My father was in the Army Security Agency. Almost everyone in my family was measured with high IQ throughout life and put into gifted programs and such. Most of my online friends who would be considered conspiracy theorists are also of high intelligence and have measured as such.
1.) Take it from me, someone who grew up a tad obsessed with IQ, and eventually grew out of it. IQ measures a few aspects that people tend to correlate with intelligence, but it isn't the end-all measurement of intelligence. There's a lot of aspects of intelligence that IQ tests don't measure.
2.) Even if you're smart, it doesn't make you right about anything. You're still subject to the same biases and the same errors as everyone else.
Smarter people delude themselves with smarter lies.
3.) People that are smart, don't usually have to flaunt their credentials.