YouTube user Dave Johnson is adamant — and angry
YouTube user Dave Johnson is either completely crazy or a mastermind Internet sleuth, depending on who’s watching his prized online conspiracy theory video.
Johnson claims that JonBenet Ramsey didn’t actually die, rather her family set up the elaborate hoax so their little girl would grow up to become a star. That star was renamed Katy Perry, Johnson claims.
“JonBenet Ramsey did not die. Nobody died, nobody got hurt,” he says via voiceover in a year-old YouTube post that for some reason is going viral this morning. “That sacrifice was in-name only, and that sacrifice was to get something — and that something was to become a star.”
“JonBenet Ramsey became Katy Perry. That’s a fact,” Johnson continued. “So if any of you continue to lie about this person dying, you are a false witness to murder. That’s a fact.”
Johnson then blends the photographed faces of JonBenet Ramsey and (“the character of”) Perry. He gives the same treatment to pictures of Ramsey’s parents, and Perry’s parents.
“He shaved his head, she lost some weight,” he opines on the mom(s) and dad(s). “That’s about it.”
The uploader’s summary reads: “Stop being Liars for the system. No bodies Died, She is still singing OBVIOUSLY. False death liars are going to Burn count on it.”
Watch the video above, and worry for this man.
This isn’t the only video like this that Johnson has made, and he really likes the blending faces effect.
Johnson has since claimed on YouTube the Civil War was all a hoax too, and that no one died or got hurt. He also tried to rip the lid off of 9/11, and in another video, claimed Donald Trump and Joe Biden are somehow the same person. Or they’re possessed by the same demon, or something.
So that’s where this guy is coming from.
JonBenet Ramsey was killed in 1996. The body of the six-year-old Boulder, Colo., girl was found in her parent’s basement.