The past year has gone pretty well for conspiracy theorists. Let’s be honest about it. Nobody had a better 2020 than this guy.

Yup. It turns out that the Pentagon has been covering up the existence of UFO’s for decades.

And now (shock of all shocks!!!) it’s been revealed that the Wuhan lab probably did release the coronavirus. Who saw that coming besides half the country?

And just today, I saw this study:

New findings reported Tuesday in a University of Louisville study challenge what has been the prevailing belief that mask mandates are necessary to slow the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus. The study notes that “80% of US states mandated masks during the COVID-19 pandemic” and while “mandates induced greater mask compliance, [they] did not predict lower growth rates when community spread was low (minima) or high (maxima).” Among other things, the study—conducted using data from the CDC covering multiple seasons—reports that “mask mandates and use are not associated with lower SARS-CoV-2 spread among US states.”

Sooooo, it’s saying masks are ineffective. I would disagree. They were very effective for spreading fear, heightening panic, and making Donald Trump lose the election which may have been the ultimate reason for masks. In that case, mission accomplished. Masks were very effective at that.

But this is the year of the conspiracy theorist. In the future, please refrain from scoffing or cancelling someone who says something unpopular.

Next thing you know, it’ll turn out that the 2020 election was actually stolen or that the push for gender confusion is not about equality at all but merely meant to keep us divided and angry with one another. Stranger things have happened.

Before you scoff, remember conspiracy theorists are having a very good year.