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Is Kim Kardashian's Pregnancy a Hollywood Conspiracy? These Twitter Users Think So

In June, we told you about Jonathan Lee Riches' insane theories that Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, and the rest of her reality star family are Al Qaeda members. Turns out, he's not alone in his habit of wacky Kardashian conspiracy theorizing -- especially now that she's Kanye West's baby mama.

The couple's announcement that they're having a baby last week inspired more than a few Twitter users to hatch their own wacky theories about what the Kimye baby really means. An intentional diversion from more serious political issues? A plot to rule the world? Yeah, it gets weird.

See also:

- Kim Kardashian is Pregnant With Kanye West's Baby (Video)

- Insane West Virginia Lawsuits Claim Kim Kardashian Made a Sex Tape With a Unicorn, Is an Al Qaeda Operative

Look, the real Ron Swanson wouldn't waste his time with issues of continuity, especially when it comes to E! reality TV shows. Because he probably doesn't know who Kim Kardashian is.

Yes, Tyler. Our nation's economy is closely tied to Kim Kardashian's menstrual cycle. When it stops, so does the American Dream.

And Tyler's not alone:

But really. Watch the news, people.

That's not a conspiracy theory; it's a state of being. Bad things are always happening in D.C.

And then there are the "rap royalty" nutsos:

People of Earth, meet your future rulers.

Hate2SayIt takes a more hipster conspiracy theorist approach: No surprise, I totally saw this coming, Kimye baby shock is, like, so last week.

Don't be a bigot, @theGUNshow. The Kimye baby could also be a daughter that will marry Blue Ivy. This is 2012, after all.

Manda's right. Babies are gross. They puke and poop and put their mouths all over everything. Seems kinda harsh to offer them up to the devil for it, though.

Hey, we're not saying it's a conspiracy. We're just saying the test is well under way.

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