“I’m Not One for Conspiracy Theories, but…”

By Dr. John L. Reizer

Editor at NoFakeNews.net

It’s official! Conspiracies really do occur. I have proof that our national media companies have conspired to employ plenty of brainless morons. And on top of not having an adequate number of brain cells, many of these employees lack journalistic integrity.

This past week I must have listened to ten different sports talk radio show hosts state repeatedly for the record, “I’m not one for conspiracy theories, but…” It was as if these brain-dead talk show jockeys had to constantly remind their audiences that they lacked the capabilities to think for themselves.

“Not buying into conspiracy theories” was the major topic of discussion for various talk radio show hosts this past week due to the NBA draft lottery which, recently, handed out a first round pick to its New Orleans franchise.

If you’re not a follower of the game of hoops, you probably didn’t know that the New Orleans Hornets was one of the NBA’s worst teams (based on wins and losses) and was also previously owned by the league.

The NBA recently convinced Tom Benson, the owner of the NFL franchise, New Orleans Saints, to purchase one of basketball’s most troubled franchises. After Benson purchased the Hornets, the NBA held its annual lottery that awards draft picks to the basketball teams with the league’s worst winning percentages. After the lottery was held, the New Orleans team was awarded the first pick in the upcoming draft. Because Benson purchased the Hornets directly from the NBA, the appearance of an impropriety was placed on the table of public perception and certain fans, through the use of social media tools, cried conspiracy.

First of all let me write that there are plenty of real conspiracies taking place in this damn country. Why are people wasting their time worrying about hypothetical wrongdoings in the NBA? I have no idea if the NBA conspired to fix its annual lottery draft, and I couldn’t care less.

Second, let me write that the real conspiracies, which have occurred and deserve the complete attention of our entire nation, are routinely swept under the table and dismissed by the masses. It’s truly a pathetic situation when people are more concerned about a conspiracy theory attached to the NBA draft than some of the legitimate conspiracies committed by our national space agency. There is extensive evidence available that’s been provided by whistle-blowers and other credible sources proving NASA has lied to us about almost every program it has been involved with since its inception. This agency has obviously conspired to create cover-ups concerning many historic space happenings. Despite the existence of proof, no one seriously challenges NASA’s official photographic records or its claims that are currently in the public domain.

I cannot comprehend the collective stupidity of numerous sports announcers that made comments this week to national audiences about not believing in conspiracy theories? These individuals have completely ignored the facts that prove thousands of conspiracies occur around the world on a yearly basis. These producers of hot air refuse to even look at the evidence associated with a given conspiratorial claim. They’ve decided for everyone in society that it’s not possible for conspiracies to exist. According to these corporate mouthpieces, it’s beyond the realm of possibility for human beings to conspire against one another, and it’s beyond the realm of possibility that corporate and government officials would ever conspire against the public at large. Really? Are you that stupid that you actually believe the propaganda you are regularly delivering to the public?

It’s time for our national media spokespersons to get some real integrity. Stop conspiring to influence listeners into believing corporate lies!

2 thoughts on ““I’m Not One for Conspiracy Theories, but…”

  1. When you think about it that way, it is pretty crazy how people preoccupy themselves with trivial things while buildings are burning all around them.

    Talk show hosts are basically idiots that are reading and promoting a company line. NBA, NFL, MLB, NASCAR are all distractions designed for the children. While the children are distracted, the real conspiracies are taking place.

    1. Americans are sleeping! Every once in a while they wake up for a few minutes to watch CNN or ESPN, and then they’re back to sleep.

      Snore

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