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PewDiePie Says Area 51 Infiltration ‘Makes A Lot Of Sense’

PewDiePie has addressed the now-infamous Area 51 meme that’s currently making the rounds, and he’s definitely seeing the – um – logic in the idea.

In the most recent episode of Pewds’ Meme Review (clap clap), PDP discusses the viral Area 51 Facebook event, which calls for the general populace to invade the US military base in order to “see them aliens.”

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The page, which you can check out for yourself here, wants people to Naruto-run through the presumably armed guards at the top-secret military base in the hopes of seeing “them aliens.”


The meme Event has, at the time of writing, nearly 1.5 million people listed as “Going,” and over one million as “Interested.” Obviously it was only a matter of time until it featured in a Meme Review (clap clap).

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At the time of recording his video, the event had around 800K attending, to which Pewds responded: “That’s crazy! ‘They can’t stop all of us,’ that actually makes a lot of sense.

“Like, what are they gonna do? If a million people show up, what are they gonna do? Finally we’ll see all the cool stuff, like anime t*tt*es).”


Commenting on the call for people to “Naruto run” to evade bullets on the Event page description, PDP added: “I can’t argue with these facts.”

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Of course, a million people probably (hopefully) aren’t actually going to invade the military base, because they probably actually really might get shot on sight.

Air Force spokesperson Laura McAndrews has released a warning regarding the event [via Independent], saying: ““[Area 51] is an open training range for the US Air Force, and we would discourage anyone from trying to come into the area where we train American armed forces.”


She added: “The US Air Force always stands ready to protect America and its assets.”

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