Hasan Pikers' presence on Twitter can be confusing at times. The popular political commentator delivers his opinions in a polite manner, yet he isnt afraid to include a sprinkle of sarcasm.
For those who are indoctrinated to his messages, a mixed bag of seriousness and sarcasm may result in a confusing assortment of posts. Today, in particular, a post of his has the potential to throw some people for the loop.
Hasan made a tweet on Twitter following news of Queen Elizabeth's health issues this morning, which can only be described as being related to a conspiracy theory.
I am certainly going to be banned again if they declare her dead on 911.
He wrote that the Queen has been dead. @Jschlatt got it right. This is a farce.
Hasan alleged that the queen had already died, referring to a common joke that fellow streamer Jschlatt is well-known for. Throughout the years, Jschlatt has attempted to predict the deaths of elderly members of the royal family.
Schlatt's predictions have come across as somewhat insensitive at times, and theyve even put him in legal trouble. Shortly after being verified on Twitter in 2020, he lost his verification in part because of very vague statements that the queen would soon die.
He has since made remarks about other British royalty, like Prince Philip, who died in April 2021.
Why am I trending? I'm so confused. Is there something wrong with the Queen?
Schlatts Twitter has started to sag amid the news of the queen's health. As he posted a picture of him on a plane saying that he was returning from the United Kingdom, the dark humor continued to spread.