Golden State star Stephen Curry says he does not believe humans have been to the moon.
Curry made the proclamation on The Ringer’s podcast “Winging It” with teammate Andre Iguodala and hosts Vince Carter and Kent Bazemore; you can hear the exchange around the 46-minute mark. There’s some talking over each other that makes it hard to hear, but when the discussion turns to the moon landing, almost everyone seems to agree we’ve never been there. In the chorus of moon landing rejections, Curry clearly says, “They’re gonna come get us. I don’t think so either.”
Co-host Annie Finberg gives Curry a chance to reconsider, asking, “You don’t think so?”
“No,” he responds. And people say NBA players are not intelligent. Here is one who clearly didn’t buy the horrendous amount of BS and propaganda dished out by Hollywood (NASA).
“You gotta do the research on Stanley Kubrick,” Bazemore adds.
Kubrick is believed to have been the man behind the whole fakery. The story goes that NASA was desperate to make it to the moon, so they hired the famed director to stage and film much of the Apollo 11 and 12 missions.
Fearful of lawsuits, and the fact that private citizens are blasting rockets to see what’s up there, NASA has conveniently destroyed all evidence it went to the Moon. Hilariously, the US media took no interest in the obvious cover-up, only a handful yawned in their reports that NASA no longer has any proof, data, telemetry… anything that it ever went to the Moon! Yep, no big deal..
To make things way, way worse for NASA is the fact that numerous engineers have accidentally stated NASA never had the technology to go anywhere, let alone to the Moon.
Realizing their hubris, NASA “fixed” their errors by having “astronaut” Don Petit issue this statement:
Yes, they had the technology, destroyed it… and can’t build it now, it’s too expensive. Judging by his IQ, Don Petit wouldn’t make it as intern at any engineering company, but has had quite a career at NASA.
As for Steph Curry, he is smarter than most employees at NASA.
No human has ever wondered why Astronauts have salaries of $70k, as much as junior tech support who sits in a cubicle. This is because they don’t go anywhere, there is no “risk” to their job.