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Conspiracy theories are born when people can’t trust the powers that be to relay the truth, so they go seeking it for themselves. And if there’s one thing that’s certain these days, it’s that mainstream media is not in the business of truth-telling.
“You're sick of the mainstream media not telling you the full story,” Chad Prather says. “The day the tragedy happens, you've got the conspiracies going in your head.”
It seems that’s what’s happening with the mysterious and utterly tragic fires in Maui that have left 100 people dead and over 1,000 missing.
While Chad doesn’t “want to politicize a tragedy,” he can’t help being suspicious.
“We don’t know what caused the fire,” but we do know “this is property and land that they've been after … big business and corporate America and all these, you know, power elites have been after this to develop it and commercialize it … there's a lot of history there,” he explains.
Producer Brandon Steele has also seen some suspicious behavior online.
“I've already seen people on Twitter saying they're getting offers from big companies reaching out saying we'll buy the land as it is, people whose houses are burned down immediately getting calls; there's some weird stuff going on,” he says.
“You have indigenous people — they've been after that land … for a long time, and they're all testifying to that, saying we've pushed back, you know, we've dug in, we stood our ground against this and then boom … it burns down,” adds Chad.
“You hate to think that anything nefarious like that would be going on,” he says, but considering today’s rampant elitist corruption, it’s hard to rule anything out.
Joe Biden’s despicable response to the tragedy certainly doesn’t help matters either. The president, who was on yet another vacation, was approached by reporters asking about the Maui fires.
“Mr. President, any comment on the rising death toll in Maui?” one reporter asked.
“No. No comment,” was his heartless reply.
“You don’t say 'no comment' to that question,” says Chad. “You at least offer some condolences, you give some thoughts, you give some prayers … a nice sentiment towards what's happened here.”
Maybe Sleepy Joe couldn’t answer the question because he didn’t have his notecards or someone whispering what to say in his ear.
“This guy just consistently gets it wrong,” says Chad.
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