This coronavirus conspiracy theory is like a tinfoil hatter’s greatest hits
We wouldn’t ordinarily bother you with conspiracy theorists but this one – about the grim spread of coronavirus – caught our attention only because it reads like a tinfoil hatter’s greatest hits.
It was shared on Twitter by @twlldun who said: ‘This is so beautifully intricate I almost want it to be true.’
And here are some of our favourite things people said about it.
I enjoy the idea that there's a global conspiracy of the rich and powerful that Trump is trying to fight rather than demand to be part of.
— Nick Barlow (@nickjbarlow) February 25, 2020
Yeah someone’s definitely been huffing ‘smart dust’.
— Rob Joyce (@RobJoyce156) February 25, 2020
The whole thing is glorious but the note about Space Force at the end is just such a delightful capper
— Dan Mahoney (@mahonicles) February 25, 2020
6/10 needs to work in moon landing and 9/11 inside job illusions before I'll buy it
— Chris Terry (@CJTerry) February 25, 2020
To conclude …
And the new world record for the highest number of batshit conspiracy theories crammed into a single post goes to… https://t.co/VRC2IwptZn
— Lee Henaghan (@leehenaghan) February 26, 2020
Source Twitter @twlldun