Conspiracy theories surrounding Illuminati have long been rounding the internet, and now, a section of conspiracy theorists has sensationally claimed that many noted celebrities all across the globe are part of this secret society. As per these theorists, celebrities with a black mark on their left eye are part of this elite group, and they are indirectly controlling the governments all across the globe.Conspiracy theorists reveal that several popular celebrities including former United States President George W Bush, Pope Francis, and Robert Downey Jr had many times appeared before the public with a scar under their left eyes. As per conspiracy theorists, the scar inflicted on the left eye of these personalities are the part of a cult or 'Illuminati' high-level initiation ritual which is expected to make the person more powerful.Sherry Shriner, author of the book 'Interview with the Devil' had previously claimed that there is a hidden link between these black eyes and soul scalping. … [Read more...] about Conspiracy theorists allege celebrities with black mark on their left eye are all part of Illuminati,
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Since he announced his bid for the presidency in June 2015, Donald Trump steadily accrued the support of a number of celebrities – some of whom are more notable than others. In the run-up to his 2016 presidential election, Trump earned a variety of endorsements in the entertainment world, from former sports stars like Mike Tyson and Dennis Rodman to musicians like Kid Rock and Ted Nugent. Most recently, Roseanne Barr has sparked controversy for her vocal support of President Trump (and her promotion of far-right conspiracy theories). Here are 31 celebrities who have supported President Trump: Roseanne Barr Trump’s most vocal celebrity supporter of late, Roseanne Barr has a history of tweeting her support of the president. “4 those who wonder-back in the day when I was called a ‘liberal’ by journalists, I used to answer-‘I’m not a Liberal, I’m a radical’ & I still am-I voted Trump 2 shake up … [Read more...] about 31 celebrities who have publicly supported Donald Trump
Two months ago, when Professor Stephen Hawking, the legendary physicist and cosmologist celebrated his 76th birthday on January 8, 2017, conspiracy theroists were up in arms claiming that the legend was indeed dead long ago and his look-alike was playing his role.Now that the family of Hawking finally announced that the scientist did die on Wednesday, the conspiracy theorists may now take time to ponder to connect the two incidents before coming up with another wild theory or fabrication.Suffering from the motor neuron disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or the Lou Gehrig's disease, Hawking has been paralyzed since the early 1970s but lived through his painful life using a speech synthesizer to convey his thoughts since 1986.These conspiracy theorists had claimed that the legendary scientist died way back in 1985, almost three years before the release of his not-so-theoretical but a general book 'A Brief History of Time', reflecting a vivid departure from his previous scholarly … [Read more...] about Conspiracy theorists claim Stephen Hawking died in 1985, not now!
By John Herrman The New York Times Thu., Feb. 22, 2018 NEW YORK—YouTube’s list of “Trending” videos typically includes funny clips, updates from popular YouTube personalities, movie trailers and viral TV segments. On Wednesday, for a brief time, the No. 1 trending video on YouTube featured David Hogg, a survivor of the massacre last week at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. The caption claimed, falsely, that Hogg, 17, was not a student, but an “actor.” The video, originally posted in August, was a brief local news segment. In it, Hogg was interviewed by the CBS affiliate in Los Angeles after witnessing a dispute between a lifeguard and a swimmer at Redondo Beach. On Tuesday, a YouTube user who went under the name “mike m.” copied and re-uploaded the video with a new caption: “DAVID HOGG THE ACTOR ...” With that terse descriptor, “mike m.” tapped into conspiracies circulating … [Read more...] about How a despicable Parkland conspiracy video hit No. 1 on YouTube
There was a window of about a week at the end of 2016 when the FBI and its then-director, James Comey, were two of Donald Trump’s favourite things in the world. From the moment news broke that the bureau was investigating new emails related to Hillary Clinton’s private email server, Trump celebrated the FBI — and its investigation — on as many occasions as possible.After the election, that relationship soured. With news reports that there was an active investigation into Russian efforts to swing the campaign to Trump and, subsequently, that there was an investigation into Trump’s campaign itself (an investigation confirmed by Comey in early 2017), Trump lashed out at U.S. intelligence agencies.In March, Trump publicly accused intelligence agencies of having wiretapped Trump Tower before the election, an accusation that was quickly revealed to be both baseless and untrue. Unlike Trump’s fuming about the then-still-nebulous investigation into meddling, … [Read more...] about Your guide to the anti-FBI conspiracy theories rippling through conservative media