Of course, these outrageous claims and rumors have led him to have over one million YouTube subscribers, to routinely receive over a million views of his videos, and to be frequently talked about (even if only to) the mainstream Mexican media to call him) out on his crap).
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Now Backman, like all good adaptations abroad, had to make some adjustments to suit his audience. Just as Taco Bell could not convince Mexico that its offerings were actually food, Mexicans are not worried about some of the issues Jones is using to scare his American viewers. The threat that the government confiscates its weapons or mass-shooter victims become "crisis actors"? Pfft, whatever. In fact, weapons are so unpopular among law-abiding Mexicans that most, though they have their own constitutional right to carry weapons, are simply not interested. There is only one legal gun shop in the country, and most people are not even aware of it.
But if Mexicans fear more than shootings at school and terrorist attacks, then it's earthquakes. While the Americans are still plagued by September 1
If you're wondering, why? The government does not use this revolutionary method of "Google it" to predict earthquakes. The scientific consensus, of course, is that the activities of the sun have absolutely nothing to do with it. But that did not stop Backman from triggering himself … and out and about, until even the Mexican seismological service was forced to refute its nonsense. Backman answered with a doubling, claiming that the Mexican government has always been aware of earthquakes, but has killed people and destroyed buildings because … the evil? You love evil?