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This Corvette Museum Conspiracy Theory Video Might Be the Dumbest Thing Online

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The internet has opened up a whole new world for stupid people and the maker of this National Corvette Museum sinkhole conspiracy video very well may be the stupidest of them all. I should point out that the maker of this video also thinks that 9-11, Sandy Hook and many of the other big news stories which have taken place in the past few years were faked so you can only expect so much of him but this video shows just how desperate these kiddies are for internet attention.

This idiotic YouTube user spends 9 minutes talking about how the National Corvette Museum sinkhole was clearly faked. His key evidence focuses on the fact that the 2009 Corvette ZR1 Blue Devil in the sinkhole looks a great deal like the 1/64th Hot Wheels diecast of the production Corvette ZR1. He doesn’t seem to be aware of the fact that toy companies put a tremendous amount of effort into making their scale model cars look as much as possible like the real thing. Next, he talks about how the scene at the museum is totally fake, with the floor clearly being made out of paper and Styrofoam...you know, because this person is clearly an educated expert in the field of architecture. He also finds fault with the fact that he cannot read a brand name on the upside down Ruby Red 40th Anniversary Corvette and he doesn’t believe that a sinkhole could contain as much dirt as what we see in the various sinkhole videos. Never mind the fact that the ground collapsed and the ground is comprised of – you might have guessed it – dirt or the fact that the footage showing the Ruby Red car is simply zoomed out too far to be able to read the brand name on the tires. There is plenty more in this 9 minute video but I will let you enjoy it yourself. Make sure to wear your reinforce foil helmet to make sure that the government isnt reading your thoughts while you are watching.

The points made in this video are so ridiculously stupid that I began to wonder if this was actually a conspiracy theory spoof but based on the fact that he has made so many conspiracy theory videos, I believe that this person is actually unintelligent enough to buy into his own nonsense.

In the long run, I’m glad that this moron is spending time making ridiculous claims about something that is as unimportant in the grand scheme of things as a bunch of damaged cars that can eventually be repaired. This way, he isnt busy making videos that disrespect the victims of events like the Sandy Hook school shooting. Ultimately, this person’s key goal is to garner attention from other hollow headed conspiracy theorists who are huddled in their mom’s basement, posting on the internet between rounds of World of Warcraft and it has worked well based on the many positive comments posted on the video. This video, like most of the other videos uploaded by this moron, go to show that there should be some sort of intelligence test required for internet usage. This guy clearly would have failed that test.

But then again...maybe Im part of the conspiracy to propagate the dangers of sinkholes and I dont even know it? In any case, there are already five badly damaged Corvettes which have been pulled from the sinkhole in the National Corvette Museum to prove that the sinkhole did happen and 8 cars were damaged as a result.

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