The 'Birds Aren't Real' movement, which claims that real birds were replaced by government surveillance drones, seems to have taken off in a big way (I read about it in a recent New York Times article). I like their T-shirt, "If it flies, it spies", and their videos (one has a 'CIA agent' whistleblower talking about the government programme to remove all the living birds, and another has a media interview with the movement's founder, who says with a straight face that the government "mercilessly genocided over 12 billion birds and replaced them with surveillance drones").
It's a satire (I nearly said "of course", but these days...) - of the stupid conspiracies that masses of people believe in (QAnon, Pizzagate, etc), and which have infected some so-called serious news/commentary.
It's good to know the satirists are fighting back! (Then again, I've always been a bit suspicious of pigeons).