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  • We’ve been quiet here at the oldBeer Conspiracy because frankly, we can’t come up with more ridiculous conspiracies than the likes of Qanon and all the rest of the whacko internet conspirators. 

    But this one made us spit out our beer in awe! 

    Woman protests outside of Texas brewery, accuses it of being ‘Satanic cult’ in viral video

    A beautiful woman believes that a brewpub in Texas is a satanic cult. A coven of witches performing child sacrifice and eating human flesh. To back up her claim she showed a colorful bow on the ground across the street from the brewery. She claimed this was proof that a child had been abducted and presumably eaten by the Satanists in the nearby pub. Unfortunately, that video seems to have been removed from Facebook already.

    Luv that Motely Crue T-shirt, BB!

    She’s either an attention-starved Thot or she’s completely nuts, maybe both. Either way, we’re totally smitten with this wildly conspiratorial kitten!

    According to her Facebook rants, everyone who works in a bar selling beer is a psychopathic pedophile. She further ties it into Black Lives Matter, abortion, The NSA, drones, genetic chimeras, alien space trash, and cults. Oh, and she’s declared war against them all. Here she is on youtube saying all of that:

    Here’s a quick quote from her Facebook describing these psychopaths 

    “They are boring AF with loud music and a plethora of sensations.” 

    How can a cult of baby-eating Satanists who enjoy beer and loud music be boring? Please let us know how that works. We’re eager to experience a plethora of sensations while drinking beer and listening to loud music. (Isn't everyone?)

    In all fairness maybe she’s off her meds or she just cracked after being in COVID isolation alone for too long. We can help her with that, as long as she doesn’t mind chatting over a few beers while Motely Crue is playing in the background.

    Please, Sugar-pie, contact us at theBeer Conspiracy and we’ll help you pull your conspiracies together and make them either more believable or more amusing. Maybe both.