Friday, December 19, 2014

There's an actual dating website just for conspiracy theorists

If you've been spending your free time on OK Cupid trying to find an outdoors-y Virgo who enjoys long walks on the beach and wants to discuss the intricacies of the government's plot to carry out false flag attacks, then you've been looking in the wrong place this whole time.

There's an actual dating website just for conspiracy theorists

If you've been spending your free time on OK Cupid trying to find an outdoors-y Virgo who enjoys long walks on the beach and wants to discuss the intricacies of the government's plot to carry out false flag attacks, then you've been looking in the wrong place this whole time.

If Mr. or Mrs. Right is someone who knows that the American government controls its citizens by injecting them with vaccines at birth, then you should definitely check out the "Dating Freedom Lovers Group" website. Alex Jones—the conspiracy theorist who makes comic book villains look sane and freaked out on Piers Morgan after the Sandy Hook massacre—runs Infowars, your online destination for everything false flag. And "everything false flag" does, in fact, include an online dating site.

Per the website's description:

Find and meet people that share a passion for liberty and freedom and are ready to start a relationship. GET FEATURED: E-mail: mods_love @ infowars.com your picture, 100 words or less description & your PlanetInfowars @ User Name!

Get the conversation going by ‘mentioning’ them! (Just type in your status bar @TheirUserName and it will notify them of your message)

Fellas, this site is the place for you to meet women in their late 20s who pan for gold, try to live off the grid, worry about supporting big oil, and hope Jesse "The Body" Ventura will be on the ballot in 2016. Ladies, if you don't believe in football and don't have your head up your ass, Dating Freedom Lovers Group is the place to meet a Prince Charming who is, "just awesome and that's that." Winky face.

The site has nearly 6,000 registered members, which is absolutely terrifying. They're all "awake" and most of them have the "Don't Tread on Me" flag as their avatars. [h/t Uproxx]

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