UFC’s Bryce Mitchell goes off the deep end: Blames US government for 9/11

Bryce Mitchell has once again stirred controversy with his political views, suggesting a government conspiracy behind the tragic 9/11 attacks and the Hawaii wildfires. In a recent Instagram post, Mitchell expressed solidarity with the families of 9/11 victims while sharing his unconventional beliefs.

Known for his affinity for conspiracy theories, Mitchell pointed fingers at the US government, alleging their involvement in orchestrating the 9/11 attacks. He asserted that the government deliberately brought down the Twin Towers to profit from war and gain control of Middle Eastern oil.

Mitchell didn’t stop there; he also accused the government of premeditating the Maui Wildfires, claiming they were not accidental but rather part of a larger plan.

Facebook fact checkers were quick to pour fire on these unhinged claims adding several content warnings on the post.

Unfazed by potential repercussions, Mitchell boldly declared his commitment to speaking what he believes is the truth, regardless of the consequences, even if it means losing sponsorships or brand deals. Fans eagerly await his return to the UFC Octagon.

In addition to his controversial remarks, Mitchell also shared his insights into Conor McGregor’s much-anticipated return to the Octagon. Discussing McGregor’s potential fight against Michael Chandler in the TUF 31 final, Mitchell suggested that if McGregor were to use steroids, he would likely secure victory. However, he anticipated an intense battle if McGregor fought clean against Chandler.

Despite the stringent testing protocols of the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), Mitchell speculated that the UFC might afford McGregor special treatment, akin to the allowances made for Brock Lesnar at UFC 200.

While the timing of the showdown between the two coaches remains uncertain, fans eagerly anticipate the return of “The Notorious One” to the cage.