Find Out What Michigan’s Most-Searched Conspiracy Theory Is
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I don't know about you, but I love a good conspiracy theory. Not because I believe in them, but because the conversations that come along with some of them are amazing. I don't know if you have ever had a cup of coffee with a flat-earther, but I highly recommend it.
USDirect.com went on a mission to find out what each state searched the most when it comes to conspiracies and the results were not disappointing. When it comes to Michigan, joined around 50% of the nation by making the most-searched conspiracy theory about the New World Order.
For those of you that are unfamiliar, according to USDirect.com, The New World Order is...
By far one of the most notorious, complicated, and multifaceted theories of our day, proponents of the most-searched conspiracy believe that a militaristic, totalitarian government called the New World Order hovers just beyond the edge of the world’s notice, waiting patiently to seize international control. This theory often links the New World Order with Freemasons, Illuminati, the United Nations, the Bible’s Book of Revelations, and…the Denver Airport as a possible HQ? Any way you spin it (and there are lots of ways to spin it), let’s hope that this less-than-appealing Big Brother continues to stay away for the foreseeable future.
The rest of the most-searched conspiracy theories include:
- New Coke
- Black Helicopters
- Flat Earth (Vermont)
- Lizard People (Washington and Montana)
- Tupac is Alive (New Mexico)
- Deepwater Horizon
- The Moon Landing Was Fake (Ohio)
After looking at this list, I have made some changes to my travel bucket list. New Mexico jumped way up the list of places I want to visit because they are still searching and think Tupac is alive! Also, I really need to meet people from Washington and Montana because I need to hear more about the lizard people!
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