A 3-month old video which claims LeBron James is an Illuminati wizard conjuring demons is going viral once again at the start of the season.
This video released when the Lakers were making short work of every opponent they faced in the bubble playoffs. The handle in question is called Right Wing Watch.
Right-wing conspiracy theorist Sheila Zilinsky warns that LeBron James in an “Illuminati wizard’ who is “conjuring up demons before every game” by tossing chalk into the air. pic.twitter.com/hh0LHPLapo
— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) September 18, 2020
The video itself is so bad that it’s almost pathetic and you feel sympathetic for whoever made it. Perhaps they didn’t even believe all the stuff they were saying. At least what they said were certainly all real words. Tune in if you want to have a few laughs for sure, it might brighten your day.
Does the Illuminati exist? Could LeBron James be a member?
According to legends, the Bavarian Illuminati is an organization that furthers the cause of scientific enlightenment. Many renowned scientists have been said to be members of the Illuminati.
However, whatever real, tangible and admissible proof that has been gleaned reveals that it went defunct before the 19th century. Conspiracy theorists believe, however, that they infiltrated the Freemason society and grew in influence from there.
They claim that the Illuminati now have people in place in every public office in the West, and they pull the strings of the world’s geopolitics.
If at all they’re a real society, why exactly would they recruit an anti-establishment figure like LeBron James? How would they stand to benefit from it? And all this talk about wizardry and dark rituals, in reference to his famous chalk tossing routine really detracts from its credibility overall.