@YakoYakoYokuYoku Try doing:
sudo rm -r /var/lib/systemd/timesync
sudo systemctl restart systemd-timesyncd.service
This appears to be a fairly common issue for any OS (Nix, Arch, etc.) that don't use SELinux with their systemd. Heck, I think even Fedora had the issue for some time. This is something we can likely fix with a usysconf trigger in the future, once the rewrite of it lands.
Once you restart service, check that it is active by doing
sudo systemctl status systemd-timesyncd, you should see it pinging out to the default NTP services and see
NTP service: active in the output of