It’s a pretty surprising result. Donald Trump is the Republican establishment’s nominee for President of the United States. He kinda came out of nowhere and used his reality television prowess paired with business savvy to sweep 17 competitors for the Republican nomination. And he is not a Republican.
Bernie Sanders, Senator from Vermont, looked like he might play the spoiler to Hillary Clinton’s party, but something funny happened as voters went to the polls for both political parties in the United States. The Democratic Party, which champions its progressivism, turned out to be less progressive than Republican voters. Despite tons of support for outsider Sanders, Hillary has prevailed, and now Sanders looks like an unhappy child mad because his toy was stolen in the sandbox. When it all came down to the polls, America wasn’t ready to cast that one-party two-party political system out the door just yet.
Think about it. We could have had Donald Trump versus Bernie Sanders. Who is the Republican? Who is the Democrat? Neither. We could have had the first presidential election where crafty individuals used the resources of the two political parties to tell it to go you-know-what itself.
Instead, we only got one. Republicans proved to be more progressive than Democrats. Who’d have seen that one coming?
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.
We probably don’t have to tell most of our readers the legend of the Clinton body bags, a longstanding conspiracy theory about the numerous and mysterious deaths of people over the years that were on the wrong side of Bill and Hillary Clinton. While some of the names that appear on these lists can be at least partially debunked with some research, we at Common Sense Conspiracy have always taken the smoke=fire approach. There’s simply too many abnormalities surrounding Hillary and Bill for there to be absolutely nothing to it. That legend will only be growing greater in the telling today.
Shawn Lucas brought a fraud lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee over the WikiLeaks emails that revealed the collusion to prevent Bernie Sanders from gaining any real traction in the Democratic primaries. Now, Shawn Lucas is dead. He was found dead in his bathroom, cause of death currently unknown.
Last month, Seth Conrad Rich, a 27-year-old campaign staffer was murdered. The assailant took nothing, leaving wallet and cell phone at the scene. Reports indicate that Rich was apparently soon to talk to the FBI regarding something that may or may not have been related to the Clinton family. We’ll never know for sure, but that’s the story that is going around on the Internet.
Is it true? Are the Clinton body bags getting fuller? Is Hillary or her associates systematically rooting out anyone that may be a problem for her presidential ambitions? Or is this just another “right-wing conspiracy” as Hillary boldly proclaimed the Monica Lewinsky scandal to be, which as we all know turned out to be completely true. The videos below are some of the ones going around that paint a bad picture of what is going on and even going as far as to hypothesize on who may be next on the hit list. Did Bernie get off the list just in time? Was slipping off like a thief in the night to Vermont and withdrawing from the Democratic Party the only way to stay breathing a few years longer? What do you think?
Many Republicans were sickened by what Senator Ted Cruz did with his time at the Republican National Convention. He refused to endorse Donald Trump to the very end, even at the cost of his own political career. He stood up for what he believed in, and a lot of people were dismayed or even angry by it.
Don’t have to worry about that with Bernie Sanders. Even after finding very publicly that he was right all along and the DNC rigged the whole thing from the very beginning, Bernie was more than happy to blow the horn for peace and become Hillary Clinton’s b**tch, the way he was always supposed to. He could have stood up for so many things in his so-called “revolution” but instead he decided to play the Washington game, and he the one that was supposed to be different.
RIP, Bernie. Your fifteen minutes ended. So many people believed in you, and yet you turned out to be a little Hillary Rodham Clinton b**tch in the end, didn’t you?
You made history, Bernie. We are all now feeling the Bern, because you ended up being the biggest political b**tch of all time.
It’s an honor to be there tonight, isn’t it Bernie? You are right. An honor to be able to claim this dubious distinction.
You have probably seen the meme about Donald Trump in a magazine interview with People in the 1980s saying that if he was going to run for President, he would do it as a Republican because they are the dumbest voters and would fall for everything. It’s being passed around, but the buck stops here. It’s fiction. It never happened.
Don’t believe Common Sense Conspiracy. Then believe Snopes. They have come out and revealed that this is fiction, and believe you me, if you know anything about Snopes, they wanted more than anyone for that meme to be based on truth. Snopes is no stranger to towing a liberal agenda, so you gotta give them credit on this one.
In this age, it’s so easy for someone to grab an image online and paste whatever they want to attach to it and make it seem legitimate. But there is more to worry about here than just a dirty trick by someone very against Mr. Donald Trump.
What’s worse is that despite everything out there that one could criticize that Donald Trump has actually said, people are having to fabricate new ones to try to discredit him. That’s scary in and of itself, don’t you think?
Here at Common Sense Conspiracy, we talk about conspiracies all the time. There are a myriad of theories about everything from aliens to JFK to a New World Order and the Illuminati. One thing that happens very seldom in the conspiracy world is when a conspiracy is revealed very out in the open. Today, that happened with the Democratic Party.
WikiLeaks released emails that proved something that Bernie Sanders and his supporters had supposed all along — That Hillary Clinton’s campaign had some people on the inside at the DNC that were working overtime to make sure that a Bernie Sanders nomination was never a real possibility. It became more apparent to anyone that was watching that the fix was in as Hillary’s lead consisting of mostly mysterious “superdelegates” demonstrated that nothing was going to stop the Clinton machine this time. Despite that, Sanders put up a valiant fight and didn’t really sling the kind of mud at Hillary that he probably could have. He tried to keep it dignified, and eventually even sponsored Clinton by endorsing her publicly and encouraging his scores of supporters to do the same. That was before today, however. Bernie is singing a different tune now that a grand conspiracy has been very publicly revealed, and the mainstream media is having to work overtime to somehow spin it as not involving one Mrs. Hillary Clinton.