The assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963 transformed millions of people around the world into conspiracy theorists.
Nearly four decades later, the preposterous mainstream account of the 9/11 terrorist attacks ushered in a new generation of conspiracy theorists.
When COVID-19 struck in 2020, many people suspected a mega-conspiracy from the very beginning. Some may have jumped the gun, but they were quickly vindicated by a mountain of logic and evidence: things clearly aren’t what they seem.
By early April, Amazon was carrying more than 80 books about the coronavirus pandemic. I didn’t have time to wade through each book, but a quick glance at the titles and descriptions told me I wasn’t missing anything.
As a political activist, a writer working on the first ever encyclopedia of conspiracy and a candidate for Washington State Governor living in Seattle – just about Ground Zero for coronavirus conspiracy theory – I decided to take the plunge.
Before you buy my book or read any further, let me offer this disclaimer:
Nevertheless, the wild, almost reckless manipulation of the pandemic reeks of conspiracy. Moreover, there’s a mountain of logic and circumstantial evidence suggesting that COVID-19 is indeed a bioweapon, and Bill Gates and the Jews have already profited handsomely.
After reading my book, you can draw your own conclusion. But my book only tells part of the story, because this conspiracy will continue playing out long after my book is published.