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Lawyers and Hush Money — Trump Situation a Reminder That Washington Knows Nothing About the Life of the Common Man

Rudy Giuliani recently made national headlines when he joined President Donald Trump’s legal team.  It shouldn’t have been that surprising.  They are obviously friends and Giuliani did much to help Trump during his campaign.  His specific task this time:  help defend Trump in the media in the middle of a number of crises.  He didn’t waste any time, either.  He was making the rounds on the talkshow circuit, putting his expert spin on any and all things Trump.  What really got the talking heads excited was when he opened up about the Donald’s Stormy Daniels situation with a little more earnest.

Happier times than these.

Yes, Trump denied even knowing who she was.  Yes, he said repeatedly he had no idea Michael Cohen, his attorney, paid her money to keep quiet.  Now, Rudy tells the world that not only did Trump know about it, but he reimbursed Cohen’s $130,000.  But Rudy had a defense for all this.  It basically boiled down to this:  you don’t understand what it’s like to be rich.

Wealthy people pay “hush money” all the time, and they do it for a lot more than what Trump indirectly paid to shut up a washed-up porn star.  It’s something us common folk would never understand.  We don’t ever get in those situations and if we did, we don’t have the cold hard cash to buy our way out of them.  For wealthy people, Giuliani said, paying hush money was as normal as stopping by a Starbucks for a mocha.  Everybody does it.

It doesn’t have to mean your guilty either.  See, for normal people that don’t live in Washington, the idea of hush money indicates guilt.  After all, someone that is innocent would never pony up the funds to make someone just go away.  But in politics and even in big business, it happens all the time.  Companies decide to pay someone they know is in the wrong because of the uncertainty of fighting it out in court or even worse, being convicted in the court of public opinion.  That’s because we live in a world where just saying someone did something can have just as profound an effect on their life as them actually doing it.

Are we defending Donald Trump here?  Absolutely not.  Even the most over-the-top Trump supporter probably knows deep down inside somewhere that Trump probably did have that relationship with Stormy, and he probably did hush her up with big bucks because it was true.  Our point was just that it doesn’t matter whether he did it or not.  He still had to pay the money.  He was in the middle of a Presidential campaign that originated as an absolute joke, but about the time Stormy came throwing her business card around and threatening to tell her story was that magical moment when those around Donald Trump all of a sudden thought for just a second “Hey, we just might could win this thing.”

The truth is that Stormy is back because she got screwed (financially, not literally…well, maybe).  Think about it.  When Donald Trump was just a knucklehead running for President that no one thought in a million years could win, that $130,000 was good money to shut up and go away.  The truth is, Stormy and her people had no idea that the Trumpster was actually going to win the whole enchilada.  All of a sudden that $130,000 became a paltry sum when set against the backdrop of the presidency.  Stormy should have asked for more, and that’s why she’s back.  She was underpaid big time.

So, you see, we don’t understand.  Ordinary American citizens will never pay hush money for anything.  If they do, it will be like giving their kid twenty bucks so they don’t tell Mom they ate the last of the ice cream, not paying off porn stars for silence.  But in Washington and amongst the rich and elite, it’s just the cost of doing business.

Donald Trump may be an outsider to the establishment in our government, but he still is part of the elite club, and they couldn’t be more out of touch with what it’s like to be an average American in America.

Teacher of the Year Mandy Manning Shows How to Protest As Does Donald Trump

Whether it is football players kneeling for the National Anthem or random people blocking traffic my making human-barricades in the roads, few Americans have demonstrated any real common sense when it comes to protesting what you have a problem with. President Trump decided to host Mandy Manning, the appointed “Teacher of the Year” and we got to see what democracy is supposed to look like. Let’s break it down.
For starters, why would any American that was being recognized for a job well done turn down a trip to the White

Yeah, she looks a little appalled, but still, good behavior by everyone involved.

House and an opportunity for a photo-op with the sitting President. So you don’t line up with his political ideals? No reason to pass up a once-in-a-lifetime chance. But Mandy Manning demonstrated what demonstrating is really all about. She happily and affectionately posed with the President of the United States while wearing buttons and pins that clearly outlined her displeasure with his political agenda. And a good chunk of the nation, at that. But no disrespect, just good old-fashioned showing what you stand for. Nascar drivers wear their advertisers on their suits. Why shouldn’t you?
Now there has been widespread criticism about this event, believe it or not. Many out there have said that Mandy Manning could have done more by boycotting the event and refusing to be seen anywhere near one Mr. Donald Trump. Well, that shows a fundamental understanding of our country and what it is about. It also gives a notch to someone other than Ms. Manning. Donald Trump didn’t have to even have the event. He could have seen those pins and feared some sort of usurper in his midst. Instead, he smiled his best smile, embraced Ms. Manning, and congratulated her on the job that she was being recognized for doing.
Two adults at odds but understanding the situation. Maybe America could use a little more of that.

Avicii Killed Himself With Shard of Glass — Illuminati Handiwork?

Avicii is the classic setup for this sort of question.  Too young, too popular.  He had everything going for him.  A lot of young people were looking up to him, especially in this age where electronic music is now recognized as a talent and a dream for many.  We knew from the second that we heard the news that it wouldn’t be long before the accusations started to fly, and we weren’t disappointed.  Boy is Common Sense Conspiracy glad to be back!

Today’s revelation only added fuel to the fire.  Now, the authorities, which originally were being extremely tight-lipped on the situation, are confirming that this was suicide, and the method was by slashing himself with glass shards.  Yes, that’s what they came up with.

Could this be an Illuminati sacrifice?  The first question is is there any real reason to believe that Avicii was connected to the Illuminati in the first place.  We have provided some sources we have investigated  and found that, believe it or not, the idea that Avicii wa somehow connected to the Illuminati is not as crazy as it might seem at first glance.

We will continue to monitor this situation as more information becomes available.  It is simply too early to make an estimation of what if any involvement the Illuminati could have in the Avicii alleged suicide, but you can bet the theories will be flying.  Share yours with us in the comments below.

 

Bill Gates Warns of Global Flu Pandemic — 30 Million Dead?

We’re not sure why this story is gaining so much steam in the mainstream media when it is really old news.  Bill Gates has been going around warning everyone of a global pandemic for over a decade.  In fact, he rarely misses a chance to talk about at any event.  We’re not saying the man is wrong, but just that we don’t know why the mainstream media is harping on this like it’s something to take note of today when this has been Bill’s message for years.  Could it be fear-mongering of some sort?  Or is the message really more valid now that it was when Bill started it in the 2000s?  What do you think?  Let us know in the comments below.

Bad News for Serial Killers — Genetic Privacy?

It’s tough being a serial killer, really.  You have to hide everything, not just from the authorities, but even you closest friends and family.  You have to make sure no one at work suspects anything.  You have to cover your trail and make sure not to leave one shred of evidence that might lead the relentless police back to you, ending your game forever.  Well, it just got a lot tougher.  Enter the story of the Golden State killer.

You see trash. I see a whole lot of DNA samples.

He was famous for the terrible deeds he performed over decades.  Now, he’s behind bars, but he was not caught in a conventional fashion.  It turns out that the only reason the police were finally able to get this guy off the streets and make him face at least some sort of justice was because someone in this guy’s family placed their DNA on a genealogy website, presumably they could find out more about their ancestors and where their family came from.  Anyone can do this for a few bucks online these days, and millions of people all over the world have done just that.  It’s big business.  Well, what this family is finding out is that one of their relatives was an infamous serial killer, one of the most feared and revered of all time.

So on the surface, it’s hard to argue with success.  You are not going to find a lot of folks wanting to defend this guy and we certainly are glad that he is behind bars for the rest of his miserable existence.  However, it’s important to understand that what happened here is a bold new territory where privacy laws have not necessarily kept up with technology.

The authorities used this genetic database to narrow down possible suspects.  Then, they used more normal investigative techniques to further cull the list.  Ultimately, they stalked this guy and waited for him to put his garbage out.  Apparently, once a potential DNA sample has been “abandoned” it is open season for anyone to take a look.  So, once the suspect left something with his DNA anywhere where it was legally classified as “abandoned” the police could swoop in and verify what they believed to be true.  In this case, they got their man and were able to quickly get a warrant to take him down.

That’s one complicated series of events, though.  If someone in this guy’s family had not been curious about genetics, this man would have never been caught.  So, serial killers, you gotta worry about what the fam is doing as well as the police.  In any case, it ushers in some definite worries for privacy.  We all know the problem with identity theft and our personal information that no one seems to be able to protect.  How long before DNA is the new concern?  And is that red Solo cup you drank from last night and deposited in the trash really fair game for DNA analysis?

It certainly is for now.

Democratic Party Who Admittedly Fixed Their Own Primary Sues Republican Party For Fixed Election

It’s the kind of news story that you would think would make someone involved, and especially those that politically side with one of these entities, take a moment and go “Well that’s pretty messed up, isn’t it?” Not in America in 2018. Let’s recap the situation.
Back in the 2016 election, WikiLeaks came to the rescue of the American public by revealing in excruciating detail how the Democratic party rigged its primary process to make sure that Bernie Sanders had no chance of defeating Hillary Clinton and becoming their “elected” Presidential candidate. Now millions of Americans gave their hard-earned money to Mr. Sanders campaign, and these allegations which were not even really combatted by the party or Hillary Clinton’s campaign mean that they were basically defrauded on a mass scale. Like Bernie Madoff-style antics. Yet, there was absolutely no investigation into it at all. No one went to jail. No charges. All of a sudden it seemed that the characters on ABC’s Scandal television series were all sweating it about fixing an election for no reason. Apparently you can publicly put the fix in on America’s democratic process, have that revealed to the public, admit it more or less, and everyone just goes on about their business. Incredible, right?

The joke’s on you, America.

No, it gets better. Meanwhile, Donald Trump’s young Presidency has been plagued by a major investigation into whether or not his campaign somehow colluded with Russia to help him win the election. This investigation is now been going on for multiple years. While a lot of Trump associates are really, really worried, and some may even be going to jail, there is yet to be one shred of evidence that there was any collusion (something Trump repeats over and over) released to the American public. Yet, the investigation rolls on, and the investigation into the publicly-known fixing of the 2016 Democratic Primary remains completely accepted as fair play in American politics.
But wait! It gets better. Now, the Democratic Party is actually attempting to sue the Republican Party in the American legal system for fixing the general election based on no evidence at all whilst knowing and admitting that they fixed their own primary.
You can’t make this stuff up.
Wait. Yeah, you guessed it. It gets better.
The real kicker here is that the Republican Party never wanted Trump either, and instead of being shocked and appalled by what it was revealed that their counterparts across the political aisle were doing, they looked at it like “Man, why didn’t I think of that?” Prediction: Before the 2020 election, the Republican Party will install some sort of superdelegate equivalent to the Democratic Party into their system to make sure that never, ever again can a non-establishment candidate make it past the primary process. They may not be able to stop a true independent, but they can stop an independent from hijacking their party. The Democrats were smarter than that. They thought to fix their primary process to willingly override the will of the American people first.
Now what is that you say about collusion?

Cranberries Lead Singer Dolores O’Riordan Dead at 46 — First Illuminati Sacrifice of 2018

It was only a matter of time before we had our first major celebrity death in 2018. Today is the day. Lead singer Irish band The Cranberries has passed away at the age of 46. Already, we are getting questions and insinuations of Illuminati involvement.
On the surface that might seem ridiculous, but a cursory investigation reveals that it may not be that farfetched. First of all is the mystery. Outside of a standard admission that the rumors are indeed correct, there is little information about the circumstances of her death. This is a surefire formula for creating massive speculation. What’s more, there is some information out there that suggested her involvement with the Occult before now.
Is this the real deal? Not enough information is available to make a determination at this time, but Common Sense Conspiracy will continue to monitor the situation and we will update you as more details become public. On the meantime, some of the information out there already is included below.


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