Pro Wrestler Brian Kendrick Canned for Believing Conspiracies
Consider that the United States sent nearly three million men into the Vietnam War on a total lie, killing almost 60,000 and ruining countless other lives. And that over three decades later, they began another war in Iraq on a complete lie about the existence of weapons of mass destruction. Yet citizens in this country continue to be outcast for their well-informed beliefs that perhaps all is not what it seems to be, and that your well-being is not very high on the government’s list of priorities.
What’s so outrageous about this story is that the comments in question appear to be from no more recent than 2013, which was nearly a decade ago. This means that he should have at least been provided the opportunity to clarify his stance or explain his remarks – instead, he is treated like a leper who doesn’t even deserve the opportunity to make money doing what he loves.
But, that’s the world we’re all expected to live in. Just put up with all of the lies, and if you even go so far as to question anything, then you will be sacrificed on a public alter to the gods of wokeness.
The term “conspiracy theory” originated in the United States in 1964, shortly after the Kennedy assassination, which is one of the theories Kendrick was accused of peddling. Both names begin with Ken.
John F. Kennedy is completely coded with numbers of “Conspiracy”. He was born on May 29th, exactly 62 years before Brian Kendrick:
The 62nd Prime number is 293
Brian Kendrick was sent home on the 33rd day of the year, which had Primary numerology of 46:
Kendrick was pulled from his match against former AEW World Champion Jon Moxley, who has Primary birth numerology of 123:
The name Moxley even sums to 94, the only number that matches Conspiracy in all four base methods.
Not sure if this is relevant, but Brian Kendrick actually matches Wokeness in gematria. Consider how another theory he was pushing was that holographic planes were used on September 11th, or 11/9.