Alex Jones, the infamous conspiracy theorist, is at it again with his latest wild theory about Internet Privacy. This time, he has linked the two post-credits scenes from Marvel’s latest movie, Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, to a sinister plot by the government to control our online activity.
According to Jones, the two post-credits scenes are nothing more than a way for the government to keep an eye on what we are doing online. He believes that the scenes are a direct reference to the future of Internet Privacy, and that the government is using the movie as a way to send a message to the public.
Jones went on to explain that the scenes are an example of the government’s “Big Brother” mentality, and that they are gathering data on us and monitoring our online activity. He believes that the government is using this data to control the populace and limit our freedoms.
Even though this is certainly an outlandish theory, it appears to have gained some traction. Jones has been spreading the word about his new conspiricy theory through social media, and his followers seem to believe it.
Whether or not this theory is true remains to be seen. In the meantime, we can only hope that the government isn’t secretly watching our every move online.
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