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The ‘Birds Aren’t Real Movement’ Is Going On A US Tour

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Credit: Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay

A movement that believes that the government has replaced all of the birds and replaced them with drones is starting its US Tour.

Starting with a Twitter account back in 2017, The ‘Birds Aren’t Real Movement’ has since then gained numerous followers since then.

The leader of the movement, Peter McIndoe took the time to explain the importance of the movement:

‘I think the evidence is all around us, birds sit on power lines, we believe they’re charging on power lines, we believe that bird poop on cars is liquid tracking apparatus’

Credit: Image by Couleur from Pixabay

The tour that was just started in Springfield this past weekend, July 3, plans to spread awareness of the killing of these birds dating back to Eisenhower’s presidency. 

Every movement has its fair share of skepticism from onlookers, and The ‘Birds Aren’t Real Movement’ is no stranger to it. The movement released a statement through Newsweek highlighting their significance.

‘Our movement is quickly approaching a critical juncture. As we grow stronger in number, more and more highly classified information is being relayed to us by whistleblowers across the nation. Expect massive leaks soon.

One of the theories of the movement is that individual people all have birds assigned to them, but it does not account for the find of dead birds that are often found in someone’s yard.

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