I like to stir people up by being provocative. I get ample ammunition from my frequent purchases of ‘alternative news’ publications (ie the looney conspiracy stuff about UFOs, vaccinations, Chem trails, 9/11, Obama’s citizenship etc).
For example, this past July during the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, I was calling it the ‘moon hoax’. And I don’t like needles so I am quite comfortable being irresponsible and saying that I am an anti-vaxxer, although I think most of my shots, flu aside, are up to date. (You can tell I am not a parent.)
But I think I have an irrefutable argument that the moon landings were real and that there is no Roswell UFO stashed away in Area 51, and that argument is Donald Trump’s twitter account.
Donald Trump has generally exhibited the discretion of a parrot, and you would expect that if there was any truth to a moon hoax or Roswell cover up, he would have told us.
You might argue that whilst he is President, the US government is not going to tell him all its secrets for fear that he will do exactly that. Good point. However, Trump has never let the facts get in the way of a good story or tweet, so if he believes or suspects something, he will say so anyway. Hence his recent retweet about the Clinton body count when Epstein died in gaol, and his early advocacy of the Birther theory.
Same goes for 9/11 inside job. Trump would say so if he thought it was the case. JFK assassination… I’m kind of waiting for him to add it to the Clinton body count conspiracy theory.
Vaccinations causing autism etc? I don’t think Trump will prove or disprove that one. It’s a hippy theory and the only thing he likes about hippies is free love. Plus I doubt the US surgeon general is in a position to keep secrets from the public on vaccinations, unless it is somehow tied to the moon hoax….