There are plenty of articles here on Common Sense Conspiracy about our theory that the government uses a variety of issues to keep the people divided between the two parties mostly around half and half to make sure that the American people’s power collectively through voting is effectively neutered. One of the most important issues used is race.
It didn’t take but a few minutes before mainstream media sources as well as members of the government establishment from both sides of the “two-party” system were already bending the riots at the nation’s capitol on Wednesday into a racial issue. On the surface, it wouldn’t seem that race has a heck of a lot to do with it, but in America, almost any issue is just a hop, skip, and jump away from becoming a black and white thing. This is no different.
It started simple enough. There were insinuations that if the rioters had not been predominantly white people, more drastic measures would have been taken. Then, the picture of the military in full gear guarding government buildings during Black Lives Matter protests earlier in the year made the rounds of social media. Then, before you know it, the mob that crashed the Electoral College party is now a full-blown white supremacy movement. Just like that, no one is paying attention to anything but more divisive race talk.
Are the points legitimate? Sure, they could be. In our article yesterday as these events were unfolding, we talked about the lunacy of the concept that ordinary people could have just stormed the capitol. We don’t think security was lax because it was white people. We think it was lax because they wanted it to happen.
The real racist part is how quickly everyone jumped to turn it into a racial issue. More division. More hatred between two groups of people that actually have way more in common than not. Because in America, there is much more of a divide between rich people, the middle class, and the poor than there is a divide between races. Yes, you can deep dive into that and get into why one race might be more likely to be poor or one race might be more likely to not be, but still, this is all a game to keep the American people from pointing their fingers at family and friends that don’t share their ideology on a couple of issues the establishment knows are flashpoints. The reality is you have a system that is only looking out for itself.
Congress is the establishment by and large, and if you think they were really upset about what happened, you are not watching closely enough. Members of both of our political parties were glad to see this moment because their biggest worry was that Trump somehow still managed to keep his allure over his base, which in case you haven’t noticed, is no longer marked by conservatives. Trump created a movement all his own, and his supporters were still going to be a problem after his departure from Washington.
The events of yesterday have plenty of conspiracy undertones. There are those that will point to evidence that Antifa people were there posing as Trump supporters and they committed acts of violence to make it look bad on these people. And there will be those that try to turn it into a race issue by comparing it to similar events in the last year and perhaps the last century. But, as always, we at the CSC want to remind that the real conspiracy here is the manipulation of all of us that is taking place.
The establishment was blindsided by Trump in 2016 for sure. They have spent four years trying to figure out how to deal with it and make sure he’s gone for good. Biden winning was a big step for sure, but as long as there were all these throngs of people that felt disenfranchised by the voting system, they couldn’t really rest easy. Now, supporting Trump is so demonized that even his most loyal supporters have to be shaken, and the odds that he can somehow keep this level of support rolling until the next presidential election is pretty unlikely.
It’s the same old story. Nothing to see here. The Democrats are happy, the Republican are happy, and we the People, well we are the only losers in this story.