A hailstorm in Montemorelos in the state of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, has left citizens in utter shock. Images shared on social media show large hailstones that were round with icy spikes, with a likeness to the COVID-19 virus.
According to reports, the incident was interpreted by locals as an "act of God". However, I doubt this is true as handmaking customised hailstones such as these is fiddly and time-consuming. God is too busy at the moment inventing miracle cures for TV evangelists to sell to waste his time on such meteorological frippery.
My guess is that these hailstones are the work of fallen angels who have time on their hands due to social distancing regulations putting a halt to their demonic possession activities.