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Tuesday, 3 May 2011

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Conspiracy thoeries, birthers, truthers

2011, May 3

First there were the Truthers, then the Birthers, and now in the wake of the death of Osama Bin Laden, we have the Proofers. Hundreds of thousands of people, who on May 1, 2011, were chanting USA, USA and firing shotguns into the air, then the very next day asking for visual proof of the act. Anytime a major political event occurs a certain percentage of the population immediately search for the ulterior motive behind it; the problem is now there are so many of these theories out there it's hard to keep them all straight.

We sat down with William McDougal, co-founder of the "Democratic Organization for the Unearthing of Conspiracies, Half-truths, and Evangelism", a national organization publicizing conspiracy theories via outlets such as YouTube, to get his thoughts on keeping all of this straight.

"We are not confused, all we want is to see Obama's body is all. They say they dumped the body in the ocean, well that's a bunch of BS. You know the only two letters that are different between Obama and Osama are B and S and that's what this is BS!"

"We also still don't believe that Osama was born in the US. So what he showed a birth certificate. I didn't see it, and I don't believe what I can't see. How are we supposed to trust this Trump feller? He built the Taj Mahal and that's in Afganistan where Osama was caught!"

After we pointed out the many flaws in Mr. McDougal's statements, not the least of which was that the Taj Mahal is in India and not Afganistan (along with the fact the Mr. Trump's is in New Jersey), and the fact that Osama, not Obama was found in Pakistan. McDougal only had the following statement:

"Just keep believing what the government tells you, now get off my property with your damn video cameras you commie bastards, before the situation becomes violent."

Micheal Sorrentino was not available for comment.

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