Given his observed behavior over the last two years, it seems entirely believable that the current UK Prime Minister’s wife is a Satanist. Not all, perhaps not even most, but many politicians wives are Prometheans, who were thrown at influential men in order to influence them.
Jennifer Arcuri, the businesswoman and alleged former girlfriend of Boris Johnson, has shared some bizarre conspiracy theories about Covid and the Prime Minister’s wife on her social media channels.
The American entrepreneur hosted a livestream on the encrypted messaging app Telegram and began sharing conspiracy theories about the UK government, according to Vice News.
The website said Arcuri claimed her fans had requested she host a discussion on ‘conspiracy’ and began talking about Satanism in the Government.
She said: ‘One of the journalists wrote [to] me out of the blue from nowhere, and he was like, “Jen, weren’t you the one that told me, she was a Satanist, who sent me a picture of Carrie?”
‘And I said, “you know, I’m not going to comment on her specifically, but I encourage you to explore beyond this woman and look at how Satanism is actually, you know, surprisingly used in lots of ways in government”.’
But why would anyone imagine that the Prime Minister’s wife is a secret member of a nefarious global elite made up of individuals who are given wealth, fame, and manufactured success far beyond anything their actual talents or even potential capabilities could possibly merit?
Carrie Johnson is in talks with Netflix to produce a hard-hitting nature documentary about elephants, it can be revealed.
Mrs Johnson, 33, is head of communications at the Aspinall Foundation wildlife charity, which is preparing to relocate 13 of the ivory-tusked animals from the Howletts Wild Animal Park in Kent to Kenya, in Africa.
The move, set to take place in the coming months, is a world-first in terms of its size.
Yeah, so that sort of thing just might have a little something to do with it.