Can a President Hillary Clinton Pardon Herself?

Well, even though the FBI has once again said that it will not pursue charges against Hillary Clinton over the infamous email scandal, there is no shortage of investigations still going on. There is plenty of noise being made surrounding the Clinton Foundation’s shady dealings, and WikiLeaks is still threatening to drop even more bombshells in the one final remaining day before the election. So, it seems probably that Hillary Clinton will probably pull this thing out and be the President-Elect come Wednesday morning. But how does that work with an FBI investigation and at least some potential for a criminal indictment in the works?

Don't worry. I got you.
Don’t worry. I got you.

Well, as you probably know, one of the greatest and most sweeping powers of the office of President in the United States is the ability to pardon. A President has never pardoned himself, but it is not clear that this is necessarily impossible. Constitutional experts have been weighing in saying that a President Hillary Clinton could indeed pardon herself. Also, the outgoing President Obama could pardon her. But is either likely? Let’s look at it in more detail.

For President Obama, it could be a sticky situation. If Hillary were indicted before she took over the office in January, he could pardon her, but that would mean tarnishing his own legacy because it would no doubt be one of the most historical and controversial pardons of all time. He would forever be remembered for pardoning the President-Elect so she could be President. He might do it anyway for the sake of the country’s power structure. Or he might give Hillary the final middle finger. After all, it’s no secret that President Obama and Hillary Clinton are not BFF’s. Their primary battle in 2008 was bloody, and many believe that Obama is only actively campaigning on her behalf because of the fear of a President Trump more than really supporting her candidacy. If she wins the election outright and Trump is officially out of the picture, Obama may decide to leave her on her own with a potential indictment.

If Hillary Clinton were indicted after becoming President, it would be more interesting. She could pardon herself, yes. It would be controversial to a degree like nothing we’ve ever seen before, and would definitely have an authoritarian flare to it. But she could do it, and it would most likely stand. It’s possible that Republicans may challenge it and the Supreme Court might have to eventually rule on whether it is legal for someone to pardon themselves of a crime. However, that would be the Supreme Court populated with at least one more Hillary Clinton-appointee. Basically, at this point, we would see the kind of massive government corruption that would dwarf what we have seen so far, and that is saying a lot.

A pardon by Obama or by herself would save Hillary from the criminal part of the charge and prevent her from ever being convicted and possibly going to prison. What it cannot do is stop her from being impeached. The Congress has that authority, and not even a Presidential pardon stops the possibility of impeachment proceedings. So, even if she was pardoned, she would almost definitely find herself facing the charges in Congress. That is, unless Democrats controlled the House and Senate, in which case they would not bring charges, or would bring them only to end it once and for all. However, it is not expected that Democrats will take the Presidency and both houses. At best, Hillary might win and find a Democratic Senate to work with, but the House is most likely safe for Republicans for two more years. This means that if criminal charges were brought against Hillary, you can bet your last dime impeachment proceedings will at least be brought forward. Whether enough support (or evidence) would exist to actually make that happen remains to be seen. It is all speculation at this point.

Now, if Donald Trump pulled a miracle and beat Hillary outright on Election Day, President Obama would almost definitely pardon Hillary. This is because Trump with a Republican-controlled House would certainly be able to pursue charges against Clinton with that kind of influence, so Obama would pardon her (with chagrin for what it means for his own legacy) because at the end of the day, these guys are gonna stick up for each other. Obama might not like Hillary, but he’s not going to stand by and let her go to prison. Remember, there’s probably quite a few things Hillary Clinton knows about the Obama administration, so he would definitely be in a corner on that deal.

Ironically, it would appear looking at the facts that Hillary Clinton would almost certainly be pardoned any way it goes. Hmm, how does that make you feel about the fairness of our justice system, Americans?

What if No One Voted in the Presidential Election? The Illusion of Choice

This is a hypothetical article. Believe me, we at Common Sense Conspiracy are well aware that there are enough staunch supporters of either of the dominant two political parties in the United States to guarantee that someone will vote. And even if there were a unanimous, across-the-board willful protest, some power-hungry someone would vote just to try to decide the election all by themselves. But let’s take a moment and enter a special world, where things like this could happen.

This year’s election is a great example of why such a thing would seem like a good idea. Democrats want to support President Obama, but not all of them support all of his policies. Not all are supporters of gay marriage…not all approve of the Affordable Health Care Act (a.k.a. ObamaCare)…you get the picture. Then there’s the Republicans. Mitt Romney is a Mormon trying to swim against the current of a Christian voting base. He also supported that same health care reform in his governorship. So, there are quite a few Americans that are bullied by the system to vote one way or the other even though the truth is that they really support NEITHER of the candidates. What if more Americans felt this way, and some sort of coalition evolved from it? People united for a common cause and boycotted the Presidential Election.

No, it’s not possible. Let me reiterate that point before we go any farther. But we’re asking you to suspend disbelief for a moment, and go with us on this. What if every American saw it this way and they banded together and decided to be a collective no-show in November?

The real b**tch of it is that our founding fathers thought of this too. The good old Electoral College makes sure that citizens can’t even voice themselves by not voicing out at all. If absolutely no one voted in the election, it would simply go on as if the public general election never happened.

So, you see. The illusion of choice is not just the two options you have. It even gets you on the third, which is to do nothing at all. Doing nothing is still casting your vote for the two-party system. And their agenda.

So, if you believe that the elections are genuine, the only chance at real reform from the two-party system that repeatedly puts up candidates that we grudgingly adhere ourselves to, against our better judgment, then vote for someone that is outside that two-party system. If enough Americans have enough of it and vote for a third party, then a real message could be sent. Was there a viable third-party candidate in this election? Probably not. But it is the hope of the nation that there is one out there somewhere.

And if you believe the elections are fixed anyway, then you might as well throw up your hands and surrender.

The future is especially inevitable if there is no means to alter it.

Why the Concept That People That Do Not Vote Have No Voice is Absurd and Stupid

I heard it on the radio just today as I was going to work. A couple of jocks were venturing into the realm of politics on their radio talk show, and they started addressing the field of candidates currently in the United States’ presidential race for 2016. They were talking vote-for-nobodyabout the decline of religion’s influence over politics, and one quoted a statistic that some 30 million evangelical Americans didn’t take part in the 2012 election. Then, one of the hosts made a comment that I have heard hundreds of times, especially in election years. He said that anyone that doesn’t get out and vote has absolutely no right to complain about anything.

It’s a statement that people make without even really thinking about it. With all the “Rock the Vote” campaigns where uber-popular and cool celebrities try to encourage people to do their “civic duty” and vote, we have created a culture where to conscientiously object to the process is considered to be almost a crime. They try to paint the picture that if you don’t vote in an election when you are eligible to do so, it means that all of those valiant soldiers that died for your freedom are being dissed by you and your laziness. It means that you either don’t care and your just the kind of person that likes to complain without wanting to do your part. They brainwash people into thinking that way, and it works. The truth is that people that don’t vote, if they do it for the right reasons, have every right to complain.

Yes, some people just don’t care. And if you just are apolitical and could not care less about any of it and you don’t vote, perhaps you can make the argument that you don’t really have a right to complain about the government. However, if you really are one of those people that simply isn’t interested, chances are you weren’t doing a whole lot of complaining anyway. It’s the other group, those that would love to vote if they were given a system and a candidate that they could attach their “civic duty” to and come away feeling good about it. American politics has become so watered down by corruption and the ever-warring but ever-colluding two-party political system that every election now consists of nothing but people going to the polls to cast their vote for the lesser of two evils. evil If there is an independent candidate, they can vote for them, but everyone knows that is like not voting at all because our system is wired so that there is no chance for them to win. You don’t vote for the candidate you believe in. You vote for the candidate that you think is likely to do the least amount of damage to the country in the next four years.

As we gear up for 2016, there is absolutely nothing looking different. Hillary Clinton is plagued in scandal, and almost no one in America on either side of the political aisle can really say they trust her as far as they can throw her. If Vice President Joe Biden gets in the race, everyone regards that as just Obama Part III. The guy behind Hillary, Bernie Sanders, is making a big splash, but he’s just employing a tried-and-true political tactic that seems new because the last couple of elections have all been about wars and “hope and change.” Bernie is kicking it old school by simply making a bunch of absurd promises that he cannot keep and in fact has no intention of attempting to keep. Bernie Sanders knows that the minimum wage is never going to be increased to $15 per hour, especially with a Republican-controlled Congress. Free public college sounds great, but it’ll never pass, and there’s not money to pay for it. Even if there is, it’s a real bum deal for millions of Americans swimming in student loan debt that did have to pay for their college education (or are still paying, as it were). The reality is that Bernie Sanders is saying a lot of pretty things to get a lot of naive people to jump on his bandwagon. It works, and it is working for him.

That was a quick look at the Democratic side. The Republican side is even more troubling, regardless of how you feel about the general politics of it. Donald Trump has somehow risen to the top of one of the biggest fields of candidates ever, a sure sign that America is just so tired of career politicians that almost anyone that is not seems like a viable option. After Trump, you have Jeb Bush, a guy whose name alone is enough to make people shudder. After that, you have a strange crew of candidates that aren’t particularly good speakers, don’t really have any direction to their ideas, and mostly just try to appeal to Bible thumpers by trying to convince everyone that they are being persecuted and discriminated against. That’s an interesting strategy for Republicans to take with their base, as they borrowed it directly from the Democrats who have made their living in politics convincing people they were being done wrong for generations. These are our options. Why would anyone want to vote?

Yes, voting is a sacred part of America’s supposed tradition of freedom and democracy. But what does it mean when the system is just setting you up for more disappointment. Just look at President Barack Obama. He is a great example. He was a breath of fresh air when he came on the national scene, and even diehard Republicans couldn’t help but be a little inspired by him. Then, he won the election, and as soon as he was inaugurated, it was clear that he was just more of the same, albeit with a little darker skin tone. People that voted for Obama still don’t seem to grasp that for his first four years, he mostly continued the policies of George W. Bush, just putting it different in speeches and having the sympathy of the American people for having inherited such a mess, so much in fact that the American people gave him a half-a-decade pass for doing almost nothing about it.

So, that old phrase that if you don’t vote, shut your mouth needs to be permanently retired. It’s absurd. Maybe if more people didn’t vote, we might put the system in a position where it had to change because it became so apparent that it no longer represented anything even resembling the will of the people. What if no one voted at all? Would they assume the responsibility of selecting the President themselves? And why on Earth do we need an electoral college system in an era where the Internet makes it possible for each and every person’s voice and vote to be heard? Yet we rely on an archaic system that was designed to make sure that if Americans ever picked someone a little too far out of the normal political spectrum to get behind, Congress can still use the electoral college to veto it and stop the system from getting away from them.

I have a right not to vote. It’s not because I’m lazy, uninformed, or don’t care. It’s because I do care. Just like when you sign your name to something, or put your good name down on a credit application, I believe that when you cast that vote, you take some responsibility for that person and what they do going forward. People that voted for George W. Bush, especially the second time, deserve a little blame for how that went down. People that voted for President Obama deserve the blame or credit as it were. In so many states, the two-party system has it so perfectly divided that if you aren’t voting for the winning side, your vote really doesn’t count. People aren’t stupid; they know this.

Not voting is voting, in a manner of speaking. It’s voting against a corrupt system that doesn’t serve the people any longer, if it ever did to begin with, and it needs to be changed so that it does. Until then, people that don’t vote because they don’t see someone to vote for and someone to attach their name to have every right to complain about whatever they like, because it’s the other guys casting their votes that are keeping that system intact and making people believe that it still works despite a preponderance of evidence telling us otherwise.

How Could Hillary Clinton Be So Sure She is Going to Win? Because She Knows For Sure, Of Course

Here at Common Sense Conspiracy, we often talk about conspiracy theories and how sometimes a theory becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. The current state of the United States’ Presidential election in 2016 is a great example of this. Donald Trump has repeatedly railed against the mainstream media for rigging the election against him. Of course, he is demonized for this by everyone involved, while an amazing amount of Americans if asked before Trump even came along would have happily told you that they feel like the election is rigged already.

Trump can't make a dictatorship out of America.  We already have one.
Trump can’t make a dictatorship out of America. We already have one.

Rigged elections are not new with Donald Trump. It’s always been that way to a great degree. Trump is an impostor, an outsider. This election was supposed to be Bush vs. Clinton again. Bernie Sanders almost infiltrated the other side, although they had better safeguards against making sure no one could break through. Trump broke through against all odds, preventing America from having to watch its two greatest political dynasties duke it out once again. But once he did break through, what happened? Both establishments (which we have always contended are really only one establishment) railed against him. And they are combining forces to keep him out. It seems crazy to think of establishment Republicans wanting to hold on to their stranglehold on America so badly that they are more than willing to vote for their sworn mortal enemy, Hillary Clinton, just to keep themselves in their cozy spots ruling the world. It’s a huge wakeup call to America and the world. These guys are only looking out for preserving their own grip on power. They don’t have to worry about term limits. They can stay with this power their entire adult lives. We have eighty-year-olds running for re-election in Congress when they should be more worried about not peeing in their pants. It’s fixed, people. You know it before this, and never has it been more clear.

Now, people on both sides of the fake political system are asking why Hillary Clinton is so arrogant and confident that she will now win the November 8 election? She is more focused now on winning the Senate over for Democrats than battling Trump. She is more focused on the transition of power that she thinks is inevitable. How can she be so sure? Well, it’s easy to be sure, when you know for sure.

Hillary’s actions are just a blinking red light that the election is fixed, she knows that she is going to win, and everything is a foregone conclusion. She isn’t worried. Remember how concerned she was about the possibility of being indicted by the FBI in the email server investigation? That’s right. Not at all. She never appeared the slightest bit nervous. You aren’t nervous when you know nothing is going to happen. The election is just another example. Her rise to power was decided by the super-elite shadow government before now, and nothing will stop it from coming to pass.

The election will be touted as a close one. Why? The shadow government realizes that tons of Americans are ticked off. That’s not just Trump supporters. There are millions of Bernie Sanders supporters that may or may not vote for Hillary in the election, but are still unhappy about the raw deal Sanders got in the primary. Think about all of the money people poured into his campaign. Think about all the volunteers and workers. It was phony. It was a fraud. That money might as well have been stolen. They never had a chance. It was fixed. It’s not speculation. It happened. There should be heads rolling for that, and it should stop with the current head of the Democratic Party. Not the chairman of the DNC, but the real head of the Party. Her name is Hillary. People are mad all over, and the shadow government knows this. They will make it look like Trump was real close to appease those people and make them think that there was a chance that Hillary really could have lost the election. There’s not a chance at all. The only way Trump could win is if the American people joined together in the biggest movement since the Revolutionary War, and there are way too many people still sleeping for that to happen.

All hail the Queen.
All hail the Queen.

They’ll make it look close to make you think you had a chance. There is no chance. Hillary Clinton is the next American President. She knows it, and she has known it for some time. The question is whether the American people will continue to accept this.

It’s funny. Democrats accuse Donald Trump of being an authoritarian that would lead to a dictatorship in America (which is the most laughable conspiracy theory of all time from a group of people that think valid conspiracy theorists are nuts). What is more authoritarian than seizing power the way Clinton has?

We already have a dictatorship, and we willingly capitulated to it. On November 8, we give Hillary Clinton a lifetime achievement award for her lies and cheating by making her the czar of America.

Congratulations.

WikiLeaks is Reason Enough for No Conspiracy Theorist to Ever Be Laughed At Again

Common Sense Conspiracy has been around for a while now, and many of our loyal readers know our message. There is nothing that we hate more than the way the mainstream media, our government, and people that don’t know any better try to make it out that believing in conspiracy theorists is childish, paranoid, or foolish. They’ve worked at this for years. Anyone that questions the establishment, the way things are, and tries to insinuate that the official story that is being shoved down our collective throats might be false is ridiculed. We’ve seen it time and time again, and it never fails to make us sick.

This year in the 2016 election, WikiLeaks ended this once and for all. Yes, it should have ended with Edward Snowden, who came along and basically proved that all of the conspiracy theories about the government illegally watching your every move was absolutely true from the start. There were others, but now, WikiLeaks has taken it to a whole new level. After these revelations, there is absolutely no reason for conspiracy theorists to ever be ridiculed again.

Think about what we have found out. Now, keep in mind the mainstream media has worked overtime trying to keep this story to a minimum, and a lot of its tactics revolved around unearthing more provocative stories about Donald Trump that would dominate the news cycle. We’re not saying that Trump didn’t do these things. That’s not what we are discussing here in this article. What we are discussing is how the media uses Donald Trump’s latest atrocity of the week to cover up the absolutely damning revelations that WikiLeaks is pouring out day after day.

It’s sad. Yes, these leaks are particularly damaging to the campaign of one Senator Hillary Clinton, but they are really damaging to our system of belief in our government in general. Donald Trump has been lambasted for his refusal to pledge that he will accept the results of this election by the very people we now know 100% for certain rigged the primary against Bernie Sanders. No one is angry about it. No one is going to jail. No on is even being investigated. It has just been accepted. Oh well. They know best, right?

WikiLeaks has revealed that Hillary Clinton did most certainly know what she was doing with her infamous email server. But more importantly, it has revealed numerous instances where the government has acknowledge in electronic transmissions huge transgressions against the American people, and from there, the world. And the mainstream media is doing everything in its power to cover it up. We even saw the words “shadow government” acknowledge and recognized in official documents. Still, conspiracy theorists are fodder for laughs, when they have been proven to be, in many cases, right all along.

Here’s the thing, those of you that are reading that happen to be awake. No matter how much the mainstream media, the government, and Hillary Clinton want to conceal WikiLeaks’ information, it is out there for anyone that wants to read to take it all in. That’s the beauty of what this company has done. They can try to soften the impact of it, and they can try to conceal it from those that are still asleep and refuse to pay attention to what is happening around them. But for those that want to know, it’s there. You can find it. This is the one bright spot from all of this. No matter how hard they try, the truth is coming out, a little at the time. For that, at least, we can be thankful.

The Shocking Revelation That Will Unravel the 2016 Election for Trump and Clinton

Yes, that’s right. Common Sense Conspiracy has information that will be the end of this charade. The 2016 election is finished after this. But first, let’s review how we got to this point.

This election features two of the most scandalous, corrupt, and quite possibly even criminal candidates of all time. Many people on the Internet lament this, saying how could “we” the “American people” make a mistake like this in putting these two terrible alternatives as the only alternative. It shows just how quickly we forget. Nobody in America put Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee. She put herself there. The WikiLeaks emails were as damning as anything in American history. The primary was fixed. Bernie Sanders never really had a chance. No one cared. No one even remembers it not even two months later.

Trump is different. It does appear that the American people voted him into this position. But only because the Republicans hadn’t come up with a foolproof of fixing their primaries (superdelegate anyone?) like their Democratic counterparts. Be sure that everyone in the Republican establishment is working overtime now to make sure no debacle like this happens again. Americans voted Trump in out of a field of Republican degenerates because they desperately want to see change. They are tired of the one-party two-party system. On the other side of the political spectrum, it was no different. Actual voters wanted to put Bernie Sanders, another Independent seeking a major party nomination, in, but the DNC had other ideas.

America is tired of it. Yes, there are plenty of idiots on both sides that will continue to affiliate with their party because their granddaddy did, and they quite often can’t even remotely defend their position except for quoting dumb stuff on their liberal or conservative card they carry around in their wallet. That’s why liberals think they have to believe in abortion, and why conservatives think they have to dismiss climate change even in the face of obvious science. There are some people in America that are never going to accept the responsibility that comes with thinking for yourself and having an opinion. Fortunately, this election proves once and for all that a majority of Americans are waking up.

A majority, you say?

Well, that’s the damning revelation. What a time to be alive, right? If you take everyone that supported Donald Trump and put them together with everyone that supported Bernie Sanders, you have a clear majority outside of the one-party two-party system. That’s incredible. It’s a movement.

Now, we’re not trying to say that Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump aren’t totally different people. They are. So are their policies. Yet, they are both outsiders that broke in and almost circumvented the system. Both parties’ establishments are shaking in their boots. For the first time in history, it’s starting to look like Americans are waking up. The result could be the end of the most ridiculous free ride of all time for America’s career politicians.

This election is a farce, and nobody deserves to win. And yet, it gives us hope. It shows it can be done. It shows America still has a beating heart of people that are thinking for themselves. They are alive. They are not robots. The robots are still winning for now, but this is a major sign that they will not win forever.

Rejoice America! This is perhaps the most important moment in your history. You are like a computer that becomes self-aware. The decisions you’ve been spoon-fed are no longer valid. They never really were. There’s a day coming where we can really make a difference. The establishment will continue to do whatever they can to stop that.

Don’t let them.

Trump is Reprehensible For Sure, But Media Continues to Cover for Clinton

The concept that the mainstream media is undeniably biased toward the Democratic side is not a new conspiracy. This is something that most people have known for years. However, it wasn’t until the 2016 election that it became something that they no longer even hide. We have supposed journalistic news organizations publicly throwing their support behind candidates, and almost every news story distorts the facts for its now obvious agenda. This is the next step on the path they are taking us down. They don’t even have to hide it anymore, because they have trained us to be okay with it. It took some time, but here we are. They don’t have to pretend to be real news organizations now; they can simply let their true colors show because Americans will lap it up like a cat at its milk bowl.

Now, is Trump doing anything particularly to advance his cause? Not at all, really. The tapes from 2005 of him saying reprehensible things about women are mighty bad, and the media is taking them to the next level by reporting them as speculatively being true. There is a whole article on the Washington Post’s website right now about whether if Donald Trump really “grabbed a woman by her (private part)” that would constitute sexual assault. Of course, no reasonable person really thinks Trump really did that, or at least without any participation from the other party. But here we are, speculating about imaginary criminal offenses while ignoring the real criminal offenses his opponent has already gotten away with. Furthermore, look at the timing. WikiLeaks reveals the obsessively sought-after speech transcripts from Hillary Clinton’s Wall Street speeches for which she received over 22 million dollars in return for. In the speeches, she reveals what she really thinks about a whole lot of things, and it becomes very obvious why she has avoided letting these transcripts get out. She even goes down the race road, saying that white people when given opportunity will do well for themselves while African Americans will continue to not do well given the same opportunities. Hmm. That should be pretty damning, right?

Enter the Trump tape. No worries. Not one. WikiLeaks had planned this out from the beginning for maximum effect, but whoever came up with this tape didn’t just find it yesterday. They’ve been sitting on this, waiting for the right moment to counteract some real bad news. Today was that day. Hillary’s speech transcripts are out there for anyone to view if they like, but as far as the mainstream media is concerned, it never happened. Most people will never know about it.

Is this an excuse for what Trump said? Not at all. Those comments are crude and demeaning. Unfortunately, there’s probably not a man in America who has not heard other men talk like this. Would Trump say it their face? Most likely not, just like the millions of other men that have used similar terminologies when talking amongst other men about women. While that certainly doesn’t make it right, it does illustrate that there is one heck of a difference between the lewd comments that have taken over our nation and the actions of a Hillary Clinton that are pushing us toward literally having our nation taken over with her long-polished New World Order agenda.

They are going to win this one. Not Democrats. Not Republicans. But the shadow government, the elite that really call the shots. And this is just another creative instance of how they make you believe that you had a choice. It was just so bad, you had to go vote for Hillary, a person you know beyond the shadow of a doubt is bought and paid for by the New World Order agenda. You had no choice.

You had to pick that lesser evil. Again. This article is not pro-Trump or pro-Hillary. It is designed to show you how all of these pawns on the chessboard have been delicately and thoughtfully placed to make this exact outcome inevitable.

Illusion of choice. Lesser of two evils. Colonized minds.