Let me let you in on a little secret. I’ve put all the clues together and figured something out. Now, I’m the only one who knows this outside of some DC circles, and I am letting you — the “sheep,” the “sleeping masses” — know about this. Why? Because you need to know The Truth®.
President Obama may or may not, but probably does (unless he doesn’t), have lung cancer.
My proof? Why, my proof is more incontrovertible than all the evidence for the autism-vaccine link. My evidence is just as solid as chemtrails, RF poisoning, and allergies to GMOs put together.
See, President Obama has opened diplomatic relations with Cuba, and he’s about to visit the island nation in a few weeks. After decades of diplomatic and commercial avoidance of Cuba, why would President Obama now want to cozy up to those communists?
He would want to do it because Cuba has a lung cancer vaccine. It is a well-known fact that the President used to smoke. (In a recent photo posted online by the White House, people lost their minds thinking that he was holding a pack of cigarettes.) Smoking causes lung cancer.
Put two and two together,
Of course, I’m writing all of this in jest. There is zero evidence that the President has lung cancer, or that the cancer vaccine is a reason why he’s opening up diplomatic relations with Cuba. But this is the kind of mental exercise that people who live in conspiracy circles practice in order to make others believe in some far-out things. This is why we have people who completely believe that vaccines are bad, that airliners deliver toxins way up in the sky, and that Reptilians are running the world.
This is why we have people who believe they can spray vinegar out of a bottle and counteract chemtrails, or that rainbows are indicative of chemical contamination:
I wish this was all a joke, but people will really read the top part of this blog post and start thinking that there is some truth to it. Then, like a certain orange presidential candidate has done, they’ll just be “asking questions.” And then they’ll dive deep into the rabbit hole, unable to be brought back into reality.
René F. Najera, DrPH
I'm a Doctor of Public Health, having studied at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.
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