Tweets of Courage: AJ Brown takes to Twitter to bravely question the official story of the moon landing
Philadelphia Eagles star wide receiver AJ Brown ruffled a few feathers on twitter Friday night when he bravely took a stand against the official narrative about the moon landing.
It all started when AJ Brown quote-tweeted a video of the first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong, refusing to swear on a bible that he actually walked on the surface of the Moon.
If you don’t think that is a hilarious tweet then please, get a sense of humor.
AJ Brown questions validity of moon landing:
Of course, Brown immediately raised a few eyebrows. As you probably know already, the general public is very touchy about conspiracy theories these days, but AJ Brown didn’t back down. Instead, he pushed back.
To be clear, Brown is the most dominant Eagles wide receiver since Terrell Owens and I would bet my life that none of the people getting upset about him giving his opinion about the moon landing were ever on the moon themselves. Why? Because we haven’t been back to the moon since 1969, obviously.
They were simply referencing photographic evidence, like a bunch of sheep.
Brown then quickly deleted the tweets that explained he believed we lived in a globe surrounded by a firmament. Something he referenced with a cryptic tweet about Walmart telescopes.
The internet is funny. For whatever reason, AJ Brown’s tweets don’t bother me in the slightest. It’s not even like I agree with them but the replies from people acting like they are astrologists and employees of NASA that are so much smarter and brighter than Brown because he’s on social media asking some questions about space are the true crazy ones in this situation.
Funny enough, they all rarely have profile pictures or any real information about them. Here I thought Elon Musk killed all the government bots on Twitter but maybe I was mistaken?
There used to be a time in this country where people were allowed to have wacky ideas or at the very least thoughts and discussing them wasn’t a huge problem or didn’t immediately cause outrage and people looking to immediately stop you from talking about it while trying to diminish you as a person for even having a thought on the topic.
It’s all very weird and honestly, the majority of the time it falls on the “pro-government” side of things which makes it even worse.
Now when any “conspiracy” topic is discussed, the general public, also known as sheep, are very quick to panic. The second a guy that plays sports for a living starts talking about how he thinks maybe we didn’t go to the moon back in 1969 all hell breaks loose.
“Think of the children!” “You’re platforming conspiracy theories!” Boohoo.
Allow me to say as respectfully as possible that any kid out there that was turning to AJ Brown for astronomy lessons probably isn’t destined for a career in STEM.
To expand on that. If you’re a parent and can’t properly teach your kids things but instead rely on athletes and other “celebrities” to do so then maybe you’re the problem and not AJ Brown right?
Nobody should be acting surprised by this anyway. Back in June of 2022, AJ Brown went on a whole tirade about the moon landing that we covered in detail here at The Liberty Line.
I would love to sit down and have this conversation with AJ Brown. Instead of diminishing the topic, we’d be better of to actually open up pandora’s box and actually learn and communicate with each other as to why we both think certain things are true and discuss how we reached those conclusions.
Overblown reaction aside, Eagles fans have no choice but to stand by their WR1. Until Jalen Hurts says otherwise, the official position of this fanbase has to be that Stanley Kubrick faked the moon landing for the US government.
Do I think we went to the moon? Honestly, I have no idea. However, I would question any organization that gets billions of dollars from the federal government.
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