The controversy surrounding Hillary Clinton’s unexpected emergency departure from a September 11th ceremony in New York Sunday is growing. As reported here at Common Sense Conspiracy, Mrs. Clinton appeared to be having some fairly serious health issues as she was carted off in a van from the ceremony. Well, that plot has thickened. Now, some are attributing Hillary’s miracle recovery to being not a recovery at all. That’s right. The latest conspiracy is that there might be another Hillary on the grassy knoll.
It has deep implications. It indicates an even greater plot than already surmised. It means that Hillary Clinton is deeply ill with a very serious medical condition. So serious, in fact, that they have found someone to parade as Hillary until she is okay to move forward.
Crazy? It’s not the craziest thing we’ve heard here at Common Sense Conspiracy. But, hey now, we’ve heard some pretty crazy stuff. So, you be the judge. Does Hillary Clinton have a body double in case she has to sleep in? We want to hear your thoughts in the comments below.
Conspiracy theories is what she called it repeatedly. Hillary Clinton has frequently said that her health is excellent, and any reports to the contrary are probably fabrications by political opponents. The only problem with that statement is that today, it all went down in flames.
At the ceremony in New York for the fifteenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Hillary Clinton was reported as leaving early due to being “overheated.” Never mind the temperature was a comfortable 78 degrees at the time, with low humidity. There are plenty of people all over America that would call that a gorgeous, pleasant day. Her campaign reported that she went to her daughter’s apartment and was feeling fine now. Unfortunately for Clinton, videos are surfacing online showing her getting into a waiting van. It’s actually quite disturbing. This is not someone who is dehydrated or feeling a little weak. She clearly has trouble walking, stumbling, and looking like she might even be having a seizure. She is quickly helped into the van and whisked away, but not before it was all caught on video. The video is below and is quickly becoming viral as people tune in to the news cycle on a somber Sunday morning dedicated to remembering such a tragic day in American history.
Hillary is clearly not okay. There is no conspiracy except the one she, her doctors, and the people around her are perpetuating. Something is not right with her health, and she is trying hard to keep it a secret. Unfortunately for her, in this day and age where everyone has a high-quality recording device in their pocket, it’s going to get harder and harder to maintain the confidentiality of her condition. Imagine if something like this happens at one of the debates. This was not a matter of it being too hot. This is what many would call room temperature. She was not running a marathon. She was standing around at a ceremony.
There is a conspiracy, but it’s not quite how everyone thought in the beginning.
It’s kind of ironic. The Democratic Party has done such an excellent job of demonizing Donald Trump that they are now nervous because they can’t get any reliable polling data. The reason: they have made it so unbelievably bad to say you are voting for Trump publicly that even Trump supporters won’t say they are voting for Trump in private polling sessions.
Democrats are nervous about polling data because they think a lot of people just won’t come out and say they are voting for Trump. Whatever your political affiliation, it is kind of ironic. They demonized their opponent so well that they can’t even get accurate polling data on the election. As they head into the all-important final stretch, they can’t get a real fix on where they are, and the polling still shows Trump close enough that there could be enough people just not telling the truth to turn the tide.
What do you think? Are you a Trump supporter? Would you admit it publicly? Anti-Trump? Are you worried? Nervous?
Hillary Clinton might have made a gaffe when she decided to get a little over-exuberant in her condemnation not just of Donald Trump, but of something like half of his support base. She basically said that half of Donald Trump’s supporters (which is literally millions and millions of people, whether you like to admit it or not) are some form of bigots. Homophobes. Racists. White supremacists (what’s the difference?). Xenophobic.
Is she right? Well, she might be. It does seem like Donald Trump attracts some people like that. But to call a significant part of the nation that you want to represent “deplorable,” well, that’s pretty harsh. After all, her same political party utterly condemned Mitt Romney just four years ago when he made his now infamous 47% comment. Before that, Barack Obama called out half of the country for clinging to “guns and religion.”
We at Common Sense Conspiracy understand that Trump supporters aren’t likely to be swayed to vote for Hillary Clinton, no matter what she says. But shouldn’t she be trying? If you are running for President of the United States, you should be trying to convince every one of these 380 million+ citizens that you are the best option to lead them. Even Hillary’s cheated opponent, Bernie Sanders, talked about this. He referenced how the Democratic Party should be going after 50 states and not just content to keep the ones that they have as stalwarts over the years. He’s right. Yes, the two-party system creates a climate where a candidate automatically will appeal to a certain part of the nation, but they should still be trying to reach the other side.
Hillary’s comment (and Mitt and Barack’s as well) show what’s wrong with our political system. Hillary has no use for half of the nation that might end up voting for Trump. She doesn’t care about them. She considers them to be intellectually inferior to her and Democrats in general. That is such a terrible concept. A Presidential candidate in this country should recognize that we are all part of the puzzle, and a big part of American culture is the quickly-fading concept that there is room for all viewpoints and debates to take place.
Ironically, for all of the things Donald Trump has done to make people mad, he is the only one running for President that has even made a perhaps misguided attempt at appealing to the other side. Trump’s “What have you got to lose?” speech to African American voters may have been crash and not well-received, but at least he’s acknowledging that the people on the other side exist, are a part of this nation, and should be catered to the same as those on his side. Maybe if Hillary took this approach, more people wouldn’t see her in the light that roughly half of the country sees her in.
Now, don’t misunderstand us. We’re not trying to say that Donald Trump genuinely cares about African Americans any more than Hillary does. We understand that the main reason he is reaching out is because he needs at least some votes from that demographic to have any realistic shot at winning. But still, he deserves a little credit. Hillary is confident she can win without even worrying about the people that oppose her, so she just dismisses them as irrelevant.
We live in a society now where you can’t have a debate about anything without being labelled. If you don’t agree with Hillary, you are a racist, a bigot, a homophobe. There has to be something wrong with you. The other side isn’t much better. If you support Hillary, Republicans will say you are morally-bankrupt and ignorant. Why is having a different opinion viewed so terribly in America, a country built on the idea that having a different opinion is quite alright?
Maybe one day we will have a Presidential candidate that wants to represent all of us, not just half or a quarter of us? Until then, it’s on us to bring about a change.
Okay, so everyone is in an uproar about Colin Kaepernick’s apparent social protest movement that is sweeping the nation. He didn’t get up for the National Anthem, and then blamed it on his disdain for
America, a country that oppresses black people. Now, we have a theory that he probably just had his earbuds in and missed it and came up with this as a clever excuse for being disrespectful, but that’s beside the point right now. Now the ante has been upped, because the first big slate of NFL football games happens to coincide with the fifteenth anniversary of the September 11 terror attacks on New York City and Washington. Now, the Seattle Seahawks are threatening to stage a whole-team protest of their own on a day where a lot of people think the National Anthem is particularly poignant. There’s your update on the situation.
Now, kind of needless to say, how you feel about Kaepernick’s peaceful protest is divided quite distinctly down racial lines. That’s not saying that every white person out there is against it, but in general, that’s how it goes. We at Common Sense Conspiracy have been thinking about things, and we think that maybe all Americans should join the protest.
As we barrel toward a Presidential election with two of the most corrupt, morally-bankrupt individuals to ever be on the ballot, maybe white people and black people alike have a reason to turn their back on patriotism for a moment and ask what in the world is going on here? The mainstream media, a puppet for the United States’ shadow government, has been working overtime the last eight years to divide Americans in every way possible. Think about all the ways they divide people that in most cases, fundamentally get
along just fine until the government reminds us that we’re supposed to hate each other. Think about climate change, religion, political affiliations, and race. Think about the division between the poor and rich, and the polarization of the two as the middle class declines. Then, last of all, think about an election where everything is turned on its head. Conservatives have the most liberal candidate probably in their history, though they don’t seem to understand or realize it. Liberals are trying to elect a candidate that wreaks of Wall Street and big business, the very thing they rail against Republicans for. And everyone misses the point that it’s all really the same thing. To the powers-that-be, a Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton Presidency is virtually identical. They couldn’t be less worried about it.
Yes, a lot of the respect that goes to the National Anthem revolves around the soldiers that have fought and lost their lives for this country. It’s true. But many veterans are actually siding with Kaepernick, saying that whether or not they agree with his message, they appreciate the right for him to express it. Others feel he is being intensely disrespectful to the military and just the nation in general. In any case, we at Common Sense Conspiracy don’t really think that everyone should turn their back on the National Anthem just yet, but the point of this article was that this is just another example of the media and government making sure we stay bitterly divided. Meanwhile, the other hand is busy, just there outside of our line of sight, and you don’t want to know what it is doing.
This concept gets tossed around a lot during election years. He (or now she) is trying to “act Presidential.” But what the heck does that really mean? Today, Common Sense Conspiracy examines just what “acting Presidential” really entails, and why it’s appropriate to address it with two candidates that definitely are not “Presidential” by any stretch of the imagination. Okay, so let’s dive in.
So, you hear that term “Presidential.” What does it really mean? It is always used during election years around this time as the supposed transformation of an ordinary extremely-rich politician suddenly exuding values that make he or she a leader in the minds of ordinary Americans. It is a measure that is used to evaluate Presidential candidates, and yet, has absolutely no fixation in reality.
After all, who is that role model that you are comparing these wannabes to? Was George H. W. Bush “presidential” while he was hurling at a dinner with foreign leaders? Was George W. Bush ever “presidential” for one second in his entire eight-year reign? Wait a minute. How about one of our current candidate’s “better half” Bill Clinton? Was he “presidential” while he was boinking the help?
Let’s even look at also-rans. Al Gore? Was he “presidential” while losing to what would become one of the most unpopular Presidents of all time? John Kerry? He lost to George W. Bush while he already was coming into his own as one of the most unpopular Presidents of all time. Who, then, would you point to?
Who is the poster boy for “Presidentiality” that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton should be looking up to?
The answer is themselves. Both represent everything that the above examples bring to the concept of being “Presidential.” So next time you hear a talking head talking about that, remember that it is only meant to sway you one way or another and then continue on your merry way watching the piecemeal destruction of the country.
Whatever your feelings about the Affordable Care Act, more affectionately (or the opposite maybe) known as ObamaCare, there is no way to insinuate that it has gone off without a hitch. The whole “you can keep you doctor” dilemma was just part one of the disfunction that has come to be associated with ObamaCare. The latest obvious signs of failure are the dramatic pulling out of several major insurance carriers, citing losses in the hundreds of millions by participating in the program. Aetna is following suit today, making just another insurance carrier cutting its losses. So, why are you not hearing Democrats sweating it out in this controversial election year as President Barack Obama’s namesake and most well-known piece of legislation withers? Well, because they planned it that way of course.
This is not about Republicans or Democrats. Understand that plainly. Common Sense Conspiracy endorses neither party and has published a myriad of articles on how both parties are leading the nation (and the world) down the same path. Never mind that. But it’s not hard to figure out that ObamaCare was just a small step on the road to ever-growing government dependence, and its failure is scripted to push America toward a single-payer system where the government finally takes control of health care completely.
Don’t think so? Just listen to President Obama explain the plan himself.