Tom Delonge’s Legitimacy

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The first time I ever listened to him speak was on the Joe Rogan Experience back in October 2017, at the time I was a skeptic, so when he started going deep on interdimensional stuff and emotional energies I didn’t take it seriously at all. Fast forward to summer 2022 and I have a UFO sighting that completely breaks my view of the world, suddenly I’m combing through every piece of UFO info I can find when I come back across Tom’s name, his company to the stars has some interesting names backing it and the Wiki leaks emails also suggest he may have some real ties to the government. But he says so many outlandish things that it’s still hard to take him seriously.

So, help me out, do you trust him? Why or why not? Are there things that I missed that would discredit him and his claims? Maybe something I missed that would further legitimize him? Any feedback is appreciated.

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