President Donald Trump is behind in the polls — all of them. His re-election chances seem to be shrinking by the day. Over the past several weeks, Americans have seen an acceleration in his lashing out at political rivals, spouting conspiracy theories, and just making things up out of thin air about everything and anything including his own COVID experience possibly.

The POTUS might have topped all of his previous rants with a retweet he sent out today that claims the Osama Bin Laden killing was all a hoax. Of course, it was perpetrated by Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama. Furthermore, the whole conspiracy theory alleges that the Benghazi incident in 2012 was done to cover it all up — as was the nuclear deal (and freeing of their monies from being frozen, which he calls “payments”) with the Muslim nation.

The conspiracy claims that Obama, Biden, and Hillary had a “deal” with Iran, then at the last minute, Iran doublecrossed them and sent in a “body double” for the Navy Seals to kill. The CIA, under 3 different directors, allegedly facilitated much of it.

Of course, none of that actually happened. Osama Bin Laden was killed by the US Military, and his body was verified using DNA tests.

Also, the deal with Iran was a success before Trump yanked the rug from it. Now, it is estimated that Iran is pursuing its nuclear ambitions again and it is only their desire to not upset the other countries in the deal that is holding them from going all-in again for nuclear weapons.

Below is a short clip of what Trump retweeted of a self-proclaimed whistleblower declaring that he has the truth (that none of us can see, of course):

Nick Noe, the “whistleblower” in the clip is pretty much an unknown entity. So much, that Qanon followers started hitting up another Nick Noe, who happens to be very anti-Trump. The 2nd Noe is asking his new followers to keep following him so he can explain in more detail why it is important, from his perspective, to defeat Trump in the upcoming 2020 presidential election.

It is not known if Trump got the conspiracy theory through Qanon channels, but based on how enthusiastic they are for it, such a thing wouldn’t be out of the realm of possibility.

Regardless of where he got this conspiracy theory to spread, it is becoming increasingly obvious, even to the casual observer, that Trump’s desperation is causing him to get more and more outlandish in his claims. At this rate, by election day, he might be claiming that the world is indeed flat and the moon is made of cream cheese.

The conspiracy theorists, Qanon followers, and others are oddly claiming that since this video hasn’t been taken down yet, it must be true. They claim that YouTube is afraid of being found guilty of treason, so they are keeping it up.

Of course, if the video had been taken down, the company would be accused of “being part of the cover-up.” All good conspiracy theories have an “explanation” for most any contingency that discredits it. In this conspiracy, the claimants say that even if Osama Bin Laden was killed, that everything else is still true (according to all that evidence no one can see) along with other sidesteps when confronted with facts.