The Truth Is Out There: “Stevie Wonder is NOT Blind!” Wait–What?

Truthers are an interesting bunch. Which of the following do they believe?

(a) 9/11 was an inside job;

(b) Barack Obama was born outside the US

(c) Aliens are among us and working for the Illuminati;

(d) Stevie Wonder is faking his blindness;

(e) All of the above.

According to this report from The Concourse (via Alex), the answer is (e). Among the evidence they present is the nice catch Stevie makes after Paul McCartney accidentally knocks over a mic stand.

Well, Mulder and Scully? Need more?  Start with this breakdown of the evidence from ESPN’s Bomani Jones.

There’s more from Bomani here.

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2 thoughts on “The Truth Is Out There: “Stevie Wonder is NOT Blind!” Wait–What?

  • This is true. I met Stevie Wonder in a bar in 2009. I watched him take off his black out glasses, stare me dead in the eye from the other side of the bar, and he beckoned me with his lips. Stevie Wonder later tried to slip an unknown substance into my drink. I had called the cops but he had already paid them off. Outside the bar, he addressed both of the officers by name. This was in Thibodaux, Louisiana.

  • Oh, this is true alright.

    In 1985 I saw Stevie at the Valley Forge Music Fair. Front row seats, I brought my Pentax camera and began taking pics.

    Suddenly, a hand reached over my shoulder and grabbed my graduation gift from my parents-1000 dollar camera. I was not allowed to retrieve it at Willcall, and my spidey senses tell me his handlers didn’t want proof. Fuck Stevie Wonder.


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