Forget gun confiscation, chemtrails, mass surveillance, shape-shifting lizards, or government sponsored false-flags because reasons — Infowars recently highlighted a new and even graver danger to the survival of our species: the rise of “killer clowns.”
“Armed psychopathic clowns are becoming a problem worldwide,” notes the Infowars video. We being our tour of the rise of the psychopathic clowns with John Wayne Gacy, who is a “former Democratic party member and psychopathic clown, known as Pogo the Clown.”
This is that Pulitzer Prize-winning research and reporting that we’ve come to expect from Infowars in action, folks.
Skipping ahead to 2013, the next sighting of an “evil clown” occurred in Carrickfergus, Ireland, when a man who scared children while dressed as a clown turned himself into the police. Since then, evil clowns have been turning up all over the place: California, Australia, and in then towns of southern France where teens dressed as clowns menace passers-by with fake weapons.
Don’t worry, though; Infowars knows exactly why it’s happening, and it’s all because of the youth unemployment rate:
Spain has a youth unemployment rate of 56%, France’s is 26% and the United States comes in at 13%. As the fabric of society is torn apart by corporate piracy and inadequate leadership, we will see a rise of killer clown attacks by large portions of global society with nothing to lose.
No mention of Ted Cruz, though. This is why nobody takes you seriously, Infowars. This right here; you have a documentary on evil clowns and not mention one of the Tea Party.
The video links the “uptick” in viral videos involving clown pranks and the popularity of American Horror Story — who’s own evil clown, Twisty, appears in season 4 (I can’t be the only person who’s reminded of Conrad Veidt’s character in The Man Who Laughs when I see Twisty, am I?) — with the burgeoning youth unemployment rate worldwide.
There are some people so gullible they’ll believe anything.
You can watch the video below, and then decide who the real clowns are: the people who made it, or the people who believe it.