Trump Wins! What Does It Mean in Conspiracy Circles? Is There a New New World Order?

Donald Trump’s winning of the election is incredible for a variety of reasons. Never has a candidate had so many cards stacked against him. Never has a candidate felt the full wrath of the shadow government’s full machine. They threw everything but the kitchen sink at Trump, and when all was said and done, he was still standing.

trump-prez Many Americans are afraid of what Trump might mean for the country. These fears may not be misplaced. He is a wild card. No one is totally sure just what a Trump presidency will look like. What we do know is that this appears to be a watershed moment in our world. Trump may or may not be the right guy, but his victory proves that while the New World Order that is trying to organize itself is very powerful indeed, there is still power in the people themselves. That was proven on Election Day once and for all. All the rigging in the world can’t overcome the power of awakened individuals going out and letting their voices be heard. That is inspiring. Democracy is not totally dead, even if it is being handed its hat.

Having said all of that, we move on to the real topic here. What does this mean in conspiracy circles? Well, Trump’s win ends some conspiracy theories once and for all. The Clinton-Bush dynasty conspiracies are over. Both President Obama and now President-Elect Trump effectively ended these two families’ stronghold on American power and politics that has lasted decades. While we probably haven’t heard the last of the Bush’s and Clinton’s, we’ve definitely heard the last of them for a little while. Another popular conspiracy theory was that Donald Trump was in some sort of collusion with Hillary Clinton to secure the presidency. His unlikely victory confirms that there was no such collusion. Donald Trump ran for President and won. That’s all there is to it. No more theories for now.

For the conspiracy theories closed, new ones will open. Many will wonder if Donald Trump will cooperate with the shadow government. Everything about his campaign and personality indicates that he will not if it doesn’t suit his agenda. We all know what will happen if he bucks the system too much. There will be many, many conspiracy theories in 2017 about the possibility of a massive government conspiracy to assassinate Donald Trump. As Inauguration Day approaches, it’ll get clearer what these theories will be. For now, we can only speculate.

There was a narrative in the mainstream media that Trump will declare himself dictator and take over America. This could be called a conspiracy theory, we suppose, but we don’t really claim it. No reputable conspiracy theory site that we know of saw Trump as anything but an outsider insurgent candidate that drew the ire of the establishment. The theories involving him becoming a Hitler-like figure are not so much conspiracy theories as just tactics of his political opponents.

In that same vein, many will bring up concepts about Trump’s supposed racist, sexist, and anti-LGBT qualities. Some have already suggested that being homosexual will be banned in the United States, a la Russia. Others say Trump will reverse gay marriage, end abortion, and ban Muslims. There is little or no evidence that any of these things would be on a Trump agenda. Most of his commentary on such subjects was manipulated horribly by the government’s media machine, and on a political level, one must remember that Trump is historically quite liberal in his views. In some ways, he is just as liberal as Hillary Clinton. It is unlikely that he would do any of these things, and once again, these are not conspiracy theories as much as just ways for his political enemies to assail him. That strategy appeared to be working like a charm until about 10:00 PM on Election evening when it suddenly became clear that Trump might be the one to beat.

These are just some of the conspiracy concepts that you will see rise to the surface as 2017 approaches. We saved the biggest one for last, but it is too important and expansive to be covered here. The last theory is that Trump will never become President because the Electoral College will do the unthinkable and be the last battalion of the establishment against an insurgent candidate. We will analyze that fully in the next article.

Thanks to all our readers for enduring this crazy election and all of the crazy situations we are obligated to analyze and investigate. We look forward to having a wider variety of articles four our readers going forward as this fades and new challenges arise.

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