Liar.com redirects to Justin Trudeau's Wikipedia page, and its owner remains a mystery – but many details point the page's owner to being none other than Tesla's Technoking and CEO Elon Musk, the world's most powerful meme lord.
The discovery was made after a $42,069 donation to the freedom convoy, under the name "www.Liar.com".
Whois.com shows that the domain name was has been registered since February of 2000, and was updated to redirect to Trudeau's Wikipedia of January 30, 2022. Details of the registrant have been hidden by PrivacyDotLink, which only traces back to a mailing address in Grand Cayman.
Although it's difficult to tell with 100 percent certainty who truly owns the domain, all signs indicate that Elon Musk – or at least someone with deep pockets and an ample amount of money to throw around – registered the domain.
Musk has been a vocal supporter of the truckers' convoy in Canada, voicing his support for the movement numerous times on social media. The billionaire has even mocked the Trudeau government for being the "fringe minority" that Justin Trudeau accuses the truckers and their supporters of being, and slammed a Washington Post cartoonist for depicting them as "fascists."
Furthermore, the number "42069," which is how much money was donated by the mysterious donor, are figures Musk often jokes about. It's nothing out of the ordinary for most internet memers – 420 and 69 (nice!) being meme numbers and all, but few have the deep pockets Musk has to spend money on a cause and not even demand credit.
Unless Musk comes clean and admits he was behind the donation and owns Liar.com, an undoubtedly expensive domain to purchase in the first place, we'll never have a full confirmation. Until then, we can only speculate.