According to late-night host Jimmy Kimmel
, conspiracy theorists no longer believe in things like UFOs
because many have latched onto debunked claims about election
fraud and other fringe QAnon
talking points made by former President Donald Trump
“The Q-a-nuts have a theory that all this talk of UFOs is a deep-state conspiracy to distract us from voter fraud and the truth about the ‘scamdemic,’” Kimmel said, adding, “Too crazy to believe in UFOs is a new level of crazy.”
, a once-popular mystery
, is beginning to fade into obscurity.
On Wednesday, a sasquatch
named Ken interrupted Jimmy Kimmel's monologue to issue a stirring call for the conspiracy crowd to return.
“I miss you,” Ken said, recalling how he used to stay up all night, burning midnight meth and scouring logging
maps in search of me.
He begged for forgiveness:
“What happened to you? What happened to us? Where have all my crazy people
See his entire segment below, which Kimmel described as "weirdly touching":