The new winter storm in Texas left the state staggering and resulted in numerous people losing their lives. Given the way that the state is accustomed to warm weather, the state wasn’t ready for such an antagonistic climate as millions were left without power.
However while individuals in Texas looked for warmth and haven, another issue arose on the web. Conspiracy theories claiming that the snow in the district is not real.
A few clips are going viral on social media that purportedly showed something weird going on with the snow. These recordings included individuals trying to light snow on fire and were continuously saying that the snowfall in Texas had been artificially made by the government.
Take a look at the video below first:
In the video it is clearly visible a woman trying to ignite fire on snowball and saying: “Thank you Bill Gates for trying to f***ing trick us that this is real snow, You’ll see it’s not melting and it’s going to burn. Snow don’t burn. Snow f***ing melts. No water, no dripping, no nothing. If I put this s*** in the microwave, it’s going to start sparking because there’s metal mixed in it.”
There’s no reality to these claims. These recordings are supposedly founded on speculations that don’t actually “prove” that the govt produced a monster snowfall in Texas.
This isn’t the first time that such ludicrous cases have been made. The ‘fake snow’ has been circulating on social media from last 7 years (i.e. from 2014) and each time there’s a big snowstorm in the US, more emerge