2012 Election May Prove or Disprove Long Standing Bilderberg Conspiracy Theory — Who Really Picks Your President?

If the conspiracy theory proves correct, Mitt Romney’s attendance at this year’s Bilderberg meeting should seal the deal for his being the next U.S. president.

As we lead up to the big day in November when Americans head to the polls to choose their next president, it is time for Common Sense Conspiracy to address a conspiracy theory that has made the rounds for years.  It may finally be time for the concept that the highly secretive Bilderberg group controls who the president is to be road tested.  We won’t mull over the history of Bilderberg; you can find out that information from the countless articles we have written on the subject.  A good place for those of you that are not familiar with Bilderberg to start is our flagship New World Order article.  In any case, to make a long story short, presidential candidates often appear at the invitation-only Bilderberg conference in the years before they assume the presidency.  This has led to the speculation that the candidates that are invited to Bilderberg are “chosen.”  The list of imminent presidents that attended the Bilderberg meeting just before they won the election is long and well-documented in conspiracy circles.  Adding to the speculation is the fact that many of the presidents do not attend the meeting while they are the sitting president.  This fact only fueled the conspiracy that the point of them attending the conference is to be briefed and selected to be the next president.

So why is this year special?  Well, Mitt Romney was confirmed to be present at this year’s Bilderberg conference in Virginia.  At that time, there was no reason to believe that he would win the Republican Nomination.  There were still several other people in the race that were perceived as having a good shot.  People like Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, and even Herman Caine and Michelle Bachmann.  And yet, after attending Bilderberg, the skies cleared and Romney did indeed rise to be the nominee.  Imagine that?

At this moment, sitting President Barack Obama still shows to be leading Romney in polls, especially in key states that will play a large part in determining how the election turns out.  With only two months to go until the two go head to head in one of America’s greatest traditions, it sets the stage for conspiracy theorists to test this one once and for all.  According to the theory, Romney’s attendance at the Bilderberg conference indicates that he will win the election, be it a surprise or if something changes the game between now and then.  If Romney does defeat Obama, it will not necessarily provide ironclad proof that the Bilderberg conspiracy is correct, but it will be a very convincing new piece of evidence.  If he loses and fades off the political scene, it may be time for conspiracy theorists everywhere to succumb to the fact that a Bilderberg invite doesn’t make you the next American president.

It’s going to be an interesting couple of months leading up to Election Day, and Common Sense Conspiracy will keep you posted.

5 thoughts on “2012 Election May Prove or Disprove Long Standing Bilderberg Conspiracy Theory — Who Really Picks Your President?”

  1. Yes, of course, the ‘resident’ is choosen by the elites, they can’t afford to take any chances on ‘winning’.

  2. Just because he was there doesn’t mean he is going to be appointed president. They may have just been telling him to put on a real mean face and play the “republican villain” so that the democraps can crucify him and get applauded.

    “Mitt you better stick the to the narritive, no talk about the federal reserve or israel! we need to bash gays, and act like a rich c**t so we don’t have to talk about out illegal wars carried out by obama. the worse you act the more the country will rally around our current puppet.”

    1. You don’t need to use such foul language. Do you actually have a point to make or are you just sounding off?

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