The founder of the viral ‘Birds Aren’t Real’ parody conspiracy theory shocked news anchors after he appeared to projectile vomit live on-air in what can only be described as a bizarre interview.
During the viral interview with WGN-TV, 23-year-old Peter McIndoe is seen drinking from a mug when one of the anchors asks him how it isn’t just Gen Z that falls for “conspiracy theories” when suddenly McIndoe appears to projectile vomit.
This has without a shred of doubt been the most embarasing morning of my life. I deeply apologize to WGN, and to the millions of bird Truthers I represent and speak for.
I will be taking a long hard look at myself to recalibrate and get my strength back to Level. I am so sorry pic.twitter.com/kaOIKfl6Tq
— Birds Aren't Real (@birdsarentreal) January 6, 2022
“Oh my God, I’m so nervous,” McIndoe says, as he appears to then choke. The network then switches to b-roll clips of ‘Birds Aren’t Real’ supporters while McIndoe is heard in the background gagging. . .
In a statement to Newsweek, McIndoe said as soon as he “heard the news anchor use the word ‘Conspiracy Theory’” when referring to his movement “I absolutely retched, couldn’t hold it in.”
Birds are real.
— US Consumer Product Safety Commission (@USCPSC) January 5, 2022
“That interview could have deprogrammed so many blind sheeple watching the mainstream media on a Thursday morning. I could have finally exposed the bird drone surveillance plot to the most blind of audience,” he reportedly said. “But I couldn’t keep my stomach beast in my chest.” (Read more from “‘I Felt the Vomit Coming Up’: Founder of Parody Conspiracy Theory Shocks News Anchors Live On-Air (VIDEO)” HERE)
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