Florida Politician Clai-ms That Beyonce’s Pretending To Be An African American, She’s Italian

Beyonce is fa-king being African American for clout, and is in fact an Italian woman, one Florida politician has clai-med.Congressional hopeful KW Miller told his 17k followers on Twitter on July 4 that the singer’s real name actually Ann Marie Lastrassi.

“Beyoncé is not even African American,” he proclai-med. “She is fa-king this for exp-osure.

“Her real name is Ann Marie Lastrassi. She is Italian. This is all part of the Soros Deep State agenda for the Bla-ck Lives Matter movement,” he tweeted. “BEYONCÉ YOU ARE ON NOTICE!”

The con-spiracy theory appeared to have started as a joke on social media last week, using a pic of Big Brother 11’s Rachael White as Lastrassi (above right); however Miller, who is running for Congress in Florida’s 18th Congressional District in November, believes there is more than some truth to it.

In a lengthy Twitter rant, he clai-med Bey’s song “Formation” was actually a secret coded message to globalists, in which she admitted she was dem-onic and worshiped in the Satanist churches of Alabama and Louisiana.He went on to state, “Be-cky With The Good Hair” actually refers to “Soros operative” UK writer Beck Hogge; while the fact she sho-uts out to a “Bl-ack Bill Gates in the making” in 2020 — the same year Bla-ck Lives Matter “te-rrorizes” the country and Bill Gates pu-shes a COVID vacc-ination — was simply too much to be a coinc-idence.

“She keeps Satanist symbols in her bag,” he acc-used, showing quite an impressive knowledge of the Queen Bey’s lyrics, for someone so opposed to her indoc-trination efforts.

Bey, of course, isn’t the only secret member of the cab-al. “Patti LaBelle is another Illuminati globalist puppet,” he clai-med, insisting she is part of a plot to reinstall Barack Obama as President.

Miller, who clai-ms to have 150million followers globally across social media (just 17k of whom are on Twitter), shared some other contr-oversial opinions on Monday.The origin of the Beyonce consp-iracy theory seemed to stem from a single Instagram comment so-calling as such in late June.

A firmly tongue-in-cheek Twitter thread then clai-med to have found pictures of “Lastrassi” — using the Rachael White pic — and the faux theory caught fi-re, with most subsequent posts — but not all — playing along with the joke.Miller describes himself as a Trump supporter, but is running in the election as an Independent candidate, agai-nst incu-mbent Republican Representative Brian Mast.

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