The endemic spread of misinformation online has become a subject of study for many academic disciplines. Part of the emerging literature on this topic has shown that conspiracy theories (CTs) are closely related to this phenomenon. One of the strategies deployed to combat this online misinformation is confronting users with corrective information, often drawn from mainstream media outlets. This study tries to answer the questions (I) whether there are online-communities that exclusively consume conspiracy theorist media and (II) how these communities use information sources from the mainstream. The results of our explorative, large-scale content analysis show that even in conspiracy theorist communities, mainstream media sources are being used very similar to sources from the conspiracy theorist media spectrum, thus not reaching any of their assumed corrective potential.