Some lights-out conspiracy theories on the Super Bowl
So has anyone but me noticed the sudden end to the inquiries about just why there was a power outage Sunday during the Super Bowl?
Is the investigation still going on or are the NFL's front office people and the New Orleans leaders hoping you just forget about it?
Most right-thinking Americans know that when the lights go out, the government is probably up to no good. Could the Superdome have just been used as an experimental preview, a test of what could happen across the entire country?
In one instant your lights all go out and when they come back on, your guns are gone. Impossible? That's what they might have said about a 34-minute delay of America's most-watched TV program.
What if it wasn't a man-made conspiracy at all? What if an angry God pulled the plug after that shameless performance by Beyonce?
Since only half the stadium was left in the dark, couldn't some patriotic American citizen have cut some wires when they found out that's where all the gay Mexicans were sitting?
This mystery, my friends, is far from over.
I'm Pat McMahon.
Pat McMahon, Host