Luke Rudkowski Talks to Piers Morgan about Conspiracies

In this video Luke Rudkowski randomly sees CNN’s Piers Morgan walking down the street in NYC and decides to do an impromptu interview.

The interview starts off on an interesting note when conspiracies are brought up and Piers with his staff decide to make jokes instead of addressing serious conspiracies like the Gulf of Tonkin. Piers in this video refuses to acknowledge any historical conspiracies and decides to divert the conversation.

Via WeAreChange


Luke Rudkowski is an independent journalist, activist, live streamer and founder of

5 Comments on "Luke Rudkowski Talks to Piers Morgan about Conspiracies"

  1. Hocketeer | Sep 30, 2013 at 5:01 pm |

    How many brain cells did you lose banging your head against that wall of insolence?

  2. Adam's Shadow | Sep 30, 2013 at 10:43 pm |

    Piers Morgan almost serves a necessary function for the media-cultural complex in his role as an insufferable dick; it’s like network executives did a big round-table and said “What kind of person would annoy the greatest number of Americans for the widest variety of reasons? Okay, let’s put that guy on the air.”

  3. BobbaFeck | Oct 1, 2013 at 2:23 am |

    I didn’t really understand the point of this. Some people just don’t really believe in conspiracy theories. It is a bit like interviewing someone who does not like bacon sandwiches and then asking them questions about bacon sandwiches for five minutes. it is quite likely that they might get bored of the questions and try and change the subject. Utterly pointless interview.

  4. Ted Heistman | Oct 1, 2013 at 5:50 am |

    He’s a good character study in haughtiness.

  5. BrianApocalypse | Oct 1, 2013 at 10:35 am |

    This is a very confused exchange. On the one had you’ve got a guy who hates being labeled a “conspiracy theorist” openly asking about conspiracy theories, and on the other hand a guy who will immediately dismiss any notion that hints of conspiracy theories because of all the nonsense associated with the field. It’s like two people trying to talk through a cloud of white noise.

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