Conservative Momma delivers ‘must watch’ spoof on Republican tin hat conspiracy theorists

A parody video from “Conservative Momma” perfectly captures the state of politics today, as she focuses on a series of concerns about the pandemic raised on the right since last year that the liberal media was quick to denounce as “crazy” conspiracy theories.

Appropriately titled, “Crazy Conspiracy Theorists,” Rachel Keane, aka “Conservative Momma,” subtly drops in several legitimate conspiracy theories many on the left still hold, including the Russian collusion hoax.”

Keane is a conservative political advocate and primary contributor and founder of ConservativeMomma.com, a site “that speaks up and speaks out for the Conservative cause,” according to its About Me page. She is further identifies as “a vlogger, blogger, speaker, commentator and political strategist who actively engages other individuals online through social media.”

The video begins with early suggestions that COVID-19 originated in a lab in Wuhan, China, which the liberal media immediately pounced on.

“Where is your tinfoil hat?” Keane said, mocking the left’s response. “Like, honestly, do you wear it all the time or just at home?”

Of course, the media flipped on the issue this week at a dizzying pace, as President Joe Biden announced that the intelligence community would launch a 90-day inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus — one day after it was reported that he canceled a State Department investigation that began under former President Donald Trump.

The video touches on the infamous “15 days to flatten the curve,” the shutting down of churches, claims that various governments will call for vaccine passports, and that the ensuing shutdown would destroy the economy and that Biden will usher in higher gas prices and inflation.

Keane mentions Hunter Biden’s laptop and the “big guy” in the emails in the hilarious video, as well.

“If you are a halfway informed individual who does their own research, you’ve been called ‘crazy,’ or a ‘conspiracy theorist,’ over the course of this last year and a half,” she wrote on the website.

“Now, those ‘crazy’ theories many of us spoke up about are turning out to be true,” Keane added. “Why? Well, because we refuse to follow like sheep and blindly believe what the mainstream media tells us to think.”

In closing, Keane did admit that it’s “amusing watching those who arrogantly called us names just a short time ago – go completely SILENT.”

Turns out, a number of the so-called conspiracies have been debunked recently, as shared by marketing strategist Yossi Gestetner:

Keane’s video came recommended by Mollie Hemingway, the senior editor at the online magazine The Federalist and a contributor for Fox News:

Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the video from Twitter:

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