In case you missed it, a few weeks ago President Donald Trump shocked the world when he took to Twitter to scold former President Barack Obama for wiretapping him and his associates during the presidential campaign and subsequent transition. Everyone laughed, pointed fingers, made memes, and said Trump was off his rocker. Only, now the Susan Rice revelations are showing that whether or not Trump was exactly right, he was at least not talking complete nonsense, and it will probably turn into quite a political and possibly even criminal issue as the Obama administration seeks to make Susan Rice the fall gal for the second time (remember Benghazi anyone?). We are not here to discuss the allegations and what it means. We just want to give our readers a quick scorecard so they are up to speed on where we are at with things.
Ok, let’s start back last year when Russia supposedly leaked to Wikileaks the emails that revealed that Bernie Sanders never was really in this thing, and the DNC let millions of Americans donate their hard-earned money to his campaign knowing full well that it was fixed and Hillary Clinton would be the candidate no matter what happened. Now, follow along here, Russia supposedly did this to “influence” the election by revealing to the American people that at least half of the primary process was fixed. Now, the whole Russia investigation revolves around the idea that Trump or someone close to Trump was talking and colluding with Russia to make this happen. Just in case that didn’t sink in, they are saying that Trump was colluding with Russia to leak the truth about the Democratic primary to the American people. In other words, Russia sought to influence the election in Trump’s favor by revealing to the American people just how corrupt the Democratic Party really was. And Trump was helping reveal the truth, which is what they are now investigating. I know it’s confusing.
Now, we find out that President Obama’s administration was also working hard to uncover the Trump collusion with Russia so it could leak it to the media or WikiLeaks and therefore influence the election in the other direction. Trump accused Obama of doing so, so he is now accusing Obama of doing what Obama is accusing him of doing. The scary thing is it looks like they are all right.
Yes, everyone is right. Everyone was trying to influence the election in an illegal fashion, and they were all doing it by revealing facts about each of the candidates that are basically indisputable. So, they sought to cleverly lie by telling the truth. Are you still with me?
Perhaps it would have been a lot easier if either political party could have simply found a decent human being to run for President. But that was too much to ask.
The terrorist incident in London in the area of the House of Commons has the United Kingdom on edge as reports of casualties and injuries grow by the minute. As is common in situations like these, there is tons of information being disseminated, but it is very difficult to ascertain the truth at this point. For this reason and more, Common Sense Conspiracy chooses to wait until more facts are available before we give our opinion on the nature of this attack.
That bring said, many conspiracy theorists refuse to take this prudent approach. Many have already taken to the Internet to voice their opinions about this being a false flag operation or some piece of government propaganda. Who knows at this point, but some of the alleged evidence being presented is unfortunately on the ridiculous side. Ritual dates, Illuminati references, and allusions to times on clocks in major films is not evidence of a false flag operation. It may turn out that there is more to this story, but this kind of speculation only aids those that try to discredit those of us who seriously and responsibly question the official account of things.
It is pretty spectacular. James Comey today announced that the FBI is investigating whether the Trump campaign (you know, the one that won the election) colluded with Russia to influence the election. That’s pretty crazy news, if not surprising. We were already amazed that Hillary Clinton was able to run for president while being constantly investigated by the FBI (still ongoing, as a matter of fact), and now our sitting President is the subject of an investigation as well. The really crazy thing about it is that while it may be troubling if Trump’s campaign really was making deals with Russia to try to win the election, it doesn’t change the facts about the whole thing. Here’s a shocking revelation for you.
If Russia did try to influence the election, they did it only by revealing true things to Americans about their existing government. Let that sink in for a moment. That’s right. They didn’t hack electronic voting machines and change votes to Trump. They didn’t smear his opponent’s name with stories that were not true. They simply released information that Americans were never supposed to know, among those that the Democratic primary was a put-up deal from day one. Can you be accused of influencing an election by simply making public information the public should have had anyway?
Now, we’re not making a political statement here. The opinion of Common Sense Conspiracy is well known. We are not supporting Trump or Clinton with this message. What we are doing is just reminding everyone that this supposed “collusion” is being reported like it’s a dirty thing. In reality, Russia did the American people a solid by letting us know that our government is a lot closer to Putin’s government than we may have thought beforehand. Unfortunately for Hillary, her name is synonymous with government corruption, so it kind of puts a bad taste in people’s mouth. What’s more, what difference would it make if Russia had revealed damning information about Trump or the RNC? Trump survived the now infamous tape of him saying atrocities and it didn’t even slow down his train. And the RNC might have wished they had a plan like the Democrats did, but we all know that primary wasn’t fixed because of who won it.
So, when you watch these reports of how evil Russia tried to influence the American election, think whatever you like. But remember how they did it… by telling us the truth.
Beyonce’s pregnant performance at the 2017 Grammy Awards lived up to what any good conspiracy theorist might have hoped for. Channeling everything from Illuminati symbolism to an almost dead-on reenactment of the story of Jesus Christ from a woman’s perspective, it was all here and is prime for analysis. Our friends on the Internet were quick to point out the performance which may be her most controversial yet. And that is saying a lot, folks.
What did you think of Beyonce’s performance? Is this the big finish to her evolution to the grand Illuminati priestess of all time? Or just another artist trying to look cool?
Just when it looked like the Fort Lauderdale shooting might be devoid of any real conspiracy-related news, more information is being revealed. Now we know the shooter, Esteban Santiago, a 26-year-old Iraq War veteran, actually went to an FBI field office and reported that his mind was being controlled and he was being forced to watch ISIS propaganda against his will. Well, that’s certainly going to stir the conspiracy pot. The video below breaks down this new information and what it means.
The active shooter situation in Fort Lauderdale is the first event of 2017 that is being scrutinized in conspiracy circles. The story is all-too-common these days. A single shooter opens fire in a busy airport terminal. Multiple casualties and dozens of injuries. A lot of times these situations end with the shooter dead at the hands of police or in the manner of suicide, but in this case, that didn’t happen.
The most common conspiracy theory about the Fort Lauderdale situation is that this is a government-mandated false flag operation. A false flag operation is when the government plans and executes something to advance its own agenda. Major examples of possible false flags are historic events like Pearl Harbor or 9/11, but false flags are not limited to earth-shattering events such as these. Could Fort Lauderdale’s shooting be a false flag? Several videos below outline the theories. Many of these suggestions are pretty standard after an event like this. The crisis actor accusations are extremely common. Sometimes they seem to have some legitimacy, and sometimes it can seem like they are reaching a bit. You will have to be the judge here.
As for Common Sense Conspiracy, we usually analyze these situations more by what stands to be accomplished. With President Barack Obama just days away from leaving the White House and the incoming Donald Trump not likely to touch gun control legislation with a ten-foot pole, it’s hard to see how a limited false flag event such as this could really make much of a difference. The lack of immediate ties to terrorism or foreign nations also indicates that this event may be just a random happening that is tragic, but not part of an overriding government conspiracy. What do you think? Do you have evidence or reasons that this could be a false flag event?
This video puts forth the common crisis actor theory with video from news reports.
This video explains a theory that this shooting happened to coincide with the Florida Legislature looking at a law to allow or disallow various weapons in airport terminals.
This last video goes for the lightning round by taking the name of the shooter, Estaban Santiago-Ruiz, and translating it into numbers to reveal a more sinister message to all of this.
They are laying it on pretty thick. In the wake of Donald Trump’s unlikely Presidential victory, the opposing party is pulling out all the stops to try to discredit his election win and explain it away. Now, Common Sense Conspiracy is not a political site, and we have frequently explained our one-party two-party system theory about the American government. However, in a case like this, it’s important for our readers to realize that while it looks like partisan politics playing out in a high stakes game, the loser and target is always you and I. This situation is no exception.
The new battle cry against fake news seems like a turning point. We all see the conservative and liberal versions of extremist news sources on our social media feeds and in our email. It’s true that both sides are “liberal” with the facts, and in many cases, it is just spreading incorrect propaganda to forward an agenda. However, when President Obama and company say they are going after “fake news” that is not what they mean. Fake news to them is anything that directly takes on their narrative. Fake news, according to the likes of Obama and Hillary Clinton, would be sites like this one. Any site that doesn’t go along with their absurd official story and tries to inject facts into the equation will qualify as fake news in a heartbeat.
That’s what is so sinister about what they are doing here. It’s calculated. It may seem like it’s about Trump, or just sour grapes from sore losers of a hotly contested election. But it’s just the beginning. They will start by targeting the extreme news sources we referenced earlier, but soon, they will expand it out to include sites like this and any other site out there that is presenting a fact-based approach to their disinformation campaigns.
You have to look at what the other hand is doing. It’s like a sleight-of-hand trick they are playing right in your face. They make you think one thing, and it is a reasonable one that makes a lot of sense. Meanwhile, the other hand is up to something much more sinister. The only thing you can always count on in their schemes is that the loser is always going to be you.
Fake news is bad. But the biggest proponent of fake news in America is the mainstream media. That alone should prove that their intentions are less than honorable.