Ryan Garcia’s Disturbing Allegetations Spark Renewed Interest in Bohemian Grove Conspiracy Theories

Garcia claims that he was tied up and forced to watch unspeakable acts in an alarming conversation with Andrew Tate

Ryan Garcia
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Ryan Garcia has seemingly sparked a renewed interest in a longstanding conspiracy theory.

On April 20, Garcia is scheduled to step inside the ring for the biggest fight of his professional boxing career. ‘The Flash’ is set to challenge reigning and defending WBC super lightweight world champion Devin Haney inside the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. Unfortunately, the highly anticipated clash could be in jeopardy as Garcia continues a downward spiral that some believe is nothing more than a drug-induced psychosis.

Things appeared to reach a boiling point earlier this week when Garcia spoke with controversial combat sports star Andrew Tate. During their live stream on X Spaces, ‘King Ryan’ made disturbing allegations that he was forced to watch on as horrific acts were perpetrated against children and claimed that “Bohemian Grove is real.”  

“I don’t give a f*ck, bro,” Garcia said while speaking with Tate. “They held me down and made me watch little kids get r*ped. I don’t give a f*ck anymore! They f*cking took me to the f*cking woods and they… I’m not f*cking joke, bro. I have f*cking proof. I don’t give a f*ck. I’ll show you every f*cking video you could ever believe. Bohemian Grove is real. They f*cking tied me down and made me f*cking watch. I actually don’t give a f*ck anymore. Yes, I’ve f*cking lost it. They’re r*ping little kids.

“You know the higher elites. You already know who they are. I don’t give a f*ck. They can’t touch me. I’m a god. They can’t. Come touch me you f*cking b*tch.”

What is Bohemian Grove?

For those unfamiliar, Bohemian Grove is a restricted 2,700-acre campground in Monte Rio, California that belongs to a private gentlemen’s club known as the Bohemian Club. Established in 1872, the club hosts a summer camp every year that is almost entirely hidden from the media. There is no official website, no contact information, and no application to join.

The club is entirely invite-only.  As a result, the club has been the subject of multiple conspiracy theories. That led conman and disgraced conspiracy theorist Alex Jones to do some digging into the elite club in the early 2000s by sneaking onto the property and capturing footage of what he described as a Satanic ritual dubbed the “Cremation of Care.” 

“I don’t give a f*ck, bro,” Garcia added. “They r*ped me, right? I was two years old and they r*ped me. I have proof of that too. That’s where it all started.”

Thus far, none of the allegations surrounding Bohemian Grove have been proven or tried in a court of law, making it one of the most controversial conspiracy theories in existence. 

Aside from the slew of accusations, Bohemian Grove is most famous for hosting a Manhattan Project meeting in September 1942 that subsequently led to the creation of the atomic bomb. In attendance were Ernest Lawrence, J. Robert Oppenheimer, the presidents of Harvard, Yale, and Princeton, and various military officials. 

Published on March 8, 2024 at 11:26 am
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