A video of a man at a Trump rally claiming that Queen Elizabeth II may be a shapeshifting reptilian creature has gone viral on TikTok.
The video was uploaded by comedy duo The Good Liars, aka Jason Selvig and Davram Stiefler. The men are known for trolling right-wing extremists and antigay politicians.
They posted the video to TikTok last night. The man in the video appears to struggle to say the word “shapeshifter”, but claims you can sort of tell who’s a shape-shifting reptile by looking at their eyes.
@thegoodliars Talked to a guy at a Trump rally that thinks the Royal family might be Reptilians. #fyp #funny #interview #tglnyc #awkward #reptile ♬ original sound – The Good Liars
The clip has been shared over 3,500 times and prompted almost a similar number of comments.
“His vote counts as much as mine. Smh”, said one incredulous commentator.
“And he will be the first to accuse Joe Biden of cognitive decline😅”, speculated another.
“Sally sells shift shafers down at the seashore,” quipped another, at the man’s struggle to say the words correctly.
The idea that the world is led by powerful shapeshifting reptilian aliens was first popularized by conspiracy theorist David Icke in his 1999 book, The Biggest Secret. Shockingly, a 2013 survey conducted by Public Policy Polling in the US found that 4% of those surveyed “believe ‘lizard people’ control our societies by gaining political power.”
The Good Liars have seen several of their videos go viral. Earlier this year, they tricked MAGA supporters into agreeing that the Bible should be banned from schools. They told them about a book that contained a story about two daughters who get their father drunk to have sex with him and become pregnant.
The horrified interviewees said such a book should not be available in any school. At this point, they were informed the story came from Genesis 19:30-38. It’s about Lot and his two daughters, who live in a cave together.
There’s a lot of talk about banning books in schools, but we were surprised these republicans wanted to ban the Bible. pic.twitter.com/gq4b89x2PO
— The Good Liars (@TheGoodLiars) February 1, 2022