Conspiracy theorists catch Covid, blame anthrax
By T.K. Randall
December 23, 2021 · 37 comments
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A group of conspiracy theorists who caught Covid-19 at a conspiracy conference now claim that it was an anthrax attack.
What happens when a large number of conspiracy theorists get together in a large room ?
The same thing that typically happens when any large group of people get together these days - some of them ended up catching Covid-19 - but very few of them were willing to admit it.
The bizarre series of events took place when a large crowd of unvaccinated conspiracy theorists got together for the ReAwaken America tour event in Dallas on the weekend of December 10th.
The event went as expected, however within days, a significant number of attendees began to experience symptoms typical of coronavirus - a cough, shortness of breath and a fever.
Given that most of them were unwilling to entertain the remote possibility that they might have caught the virus, it has since been claimed that what they are actually suffering from is anthrax poisoning.
"There's a 99.9% chance it's anthrax," said podcaster Joe Oltmann who maintains that he, along with around a dozen other people who had been in the green room, have since fallen ill.
So far, however, nobody who was at the event has actually tested positive for anthrax and there is no direct evidence that anthrax was in any way involved in producing their symptoms.
Some attendees have even claimed that a fog machine used during the event was used to spread the poison - again without evidence and with the organizer strongly denying such accusations.
As things stand, it seems unlikely that anyone involved is likely to accept Covid-19 as the culprit.
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