Before it even starts, conservative highly-controversial radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh was not murdered by the Illuminati. Not the shadow government either. He had advanced lung cancer, probably the result of decades of smoking cigarettes and cigars. At 70 years old, his death is unfortunate, but certainly not suspicious.
Every time a famous person dies, we are inundated with emails suggesting Illuminati involvement. Now, yes Rush Limbaugh was emphatically hated by many, but if there were going to be some massive conspiracy to eliminate this guy it would have no doubt taken place decades ago and not in 2021 in the post-Trump era. There will be some people that are quite glad that he has passed away, whether they acknowledge it publicly or not, but a conspiracy we do not have here.
If anything, the powers-that-be will miss Rush Limbaugh. His particular brand of controversial division actually benefits them. A divided America is easier to maintain with people like Rush around, so believe it or not, his “enemies” probably are not as happy as you might think on this day.
If you do have some reason to think that there is more to this story, well, we would love to hear about it in the comments below.
As Donald Trump puts his tail between his legs and flies away on a government helicopter that will still be designated as Air Force One for a short while, the rest of America prepares for a highly-controversial inauguration of the new President Joe Biden who is so popular that the District of Columbia is on a full lockdown just so he can raise his hand and repeat some words. Wow. That’s a pretty stern assessment of the outsider versus the establishment. Trump usurped the Republican Party and made it his own, and now the establishment has clearly won in America, but at what cost?
For half the nation, the election was “stolen” maybe, or maybe the coronavirus COVID-19 forced such a sensational series of events that more people voted than ever before. No matter which side you fall on this, that is undebatable. Both candidates, sorry as they were, achieved records in voting. That should tell you a whole lot about what happened here.
Now, America reaches a tipping point. Half the country is mourning the loss of Donald Trump. The other half is celebrating a moral high ground they think they have achieved. In reality, they have elected someone unbelievably similar to Donald Trump, despite having a wonderful selection of options.
There were people on the Democrat primary stage that were innovative and fresh. Instead, voters went for Joe Biden. Joe Biden, like Donald Trump, is a racist, multiple-time accused sexual predator, and someone that has obviously used political power to enrich himself and his family. This is our new hope, the one that half the country put into power and then celebrated as if they had done something morally sound. The reality is that Biden did win. He will be President of the United States tomorrow, most likely, barring some sort of unbelievable series of events. Still, not one American should be proud. You replaced Donald Trump with another one, but this one will talk sweeter, won’t Tweet crazy stuff, and will mostly roll with the punches when it comes to doing Presidential stuff.
America, we can do better than this. So why won’t we?
And while he is being inaugurated, we have been led to believe it is such a dangerous situation. Never has there been more of a setup for a false flag operation in the history of the free world.
We at the CSC hope the inauguration goes off without incident and we see that this guy, who is exactly what you’d expect the establishment to come up with, does. In the meantime, the false flag alert is as real as ever. Stay tuned. Let’s make it through tomorrow peacefully with two racist, sexist, corrupt Presidents intact.
Right now, there is a lot of chatter on social media (especially on Parler) either referencing that President Trump will invoke the Insurrection Act of 1807 soon, or that he already has. This has fascinated many in conspiracy circles for a long time, as it was actually brought up long before the election and all the controversy that followed.
The bottom line is that no, President Trump has not done this. It is also pretty unlikely that he will, as it is not even known if there is any sound legal basis for that to happen. Most of the posts going around state that this means Trump will remain President of the United States indefinitely citing national security concerns. Some even go as far as to say that Trump will use the Emergency Broadcast System to spread the message since he has basically been neutered on social media.
For Trump’s most loyal supporters, this is probably a dream scenario, but once again, it is unlikely he would try such a thing, and it certainly has not happened. We are saying this here because the mainstream media makes things difficult. If Trump had invoked this, you can bet the mainstream media would ignore it altogether, or try to use it to further bolster attempts to remove Trump from office. Also, bear in mind that Trump has now conceded that he lost the election and has kept a pretty low profile since the crazy affairs at the Capitol.
In the meantime, if you are interested in what the Insurrection Act of 1807 actually is and what it’s intended use is, please check out the video below. If you want a quick remix, the act probably was more of an issue during the protests in other cities beside Washington earlier this year. The act supposedly could be used to override state government and use federal forces to restore order. In any case, the way people are trying to reference it in regards to the current situation is completely incorrect.
Donald Trump is taking his Tweet game to the Parler service, which is a lot like very other social media platform you’ve ever seen, but they don’t censor users. Already, Google, Apple, and Facebook have moved to block anything and everything Parler-related, which means even downloading the app is now prohibited.
Good news, though. On Android applications, you don’t have to go through the app store if you don’t want to. It’s called sideloading, and many people are making videos and tutorials about how to install Parler without the help of Big Tech. So, ordinary folks to the rescue.
We are not advocating any solutions here, but just spreading the word that you can find the information out there to do these things if you want to. The video below was recently published on YouTube explaining the process. Don’t expect the good folks at Google to leave this freely available for long.
One good thing about the United States of America until just lately was that the First Amendment still carried a lot of weight. Yes, the mainstream media can bend the narrative whichever way the agenda calls for, but still, there was not full censorship. Now, in the aftermath of the tumultuous 2020 presidential election and the riots at the Capitol, the game is changing fast.
This all really reached a head after the riots on Wednesday with social media platforms Facebook and Twitter permanently banning Donald Trump’s accounts. This comes after an election season of selectively controlling what can and cannot be posted by average folks through the advent of the “independent” fact-checker.
The problem with “fact-checkers” is that they are deciding what is fact and what is not. An authentic fact-checker would be making decisions based solely on fact. For example, if I told you right now that it rained yesterday, and it did not rain yesterday, well the fact-checker could step in and call me a liar. The problem is that is not what they are doing. They are checking the so-called facts against opinions, and that is creating quite a storm brewing in America.
Sure, we can probably all agree that even before all out chaos took over, Donald Trump’s Twitter account was not a very positive thing. Still, what we have done here is we have ceded so much power to tech social media firms that we are encountering what is protected government censorship.
Sure, Twitter is a private company, and they can ban his account or anyone else’s as they so choose. But when these companies become so powerful and then the constant collaboration with the mainstream media to push whatever agenda they want to push, it basically starts to smell a lot like censorship.
One of the reasons Twitter listed for finally, after all of this that went on the last four years, banning Trump’s account was that there was a fear he would incite more violence. Well, this is not a defense of Trump. Did he know he was firing up the crowd? Sure. Did he technically tell them to do any of those things that they did? Not at all. Get the transcript. He told them to go to the Capitol and rally on the brave Congressmen. Okay, maybe they took it a little too literal, but still, if you’re going full-on court of law legal definition here, no he didn’t do it. But if you are going to say that it was inferred, then the mainstream media has to take some responsibility also.
The mainstream media has beat people over the head ever since the election that any questioning of the official account of things is ludicrous. There is no evidence, they say over and over again. Trump’s claims are baseless. Well, there’s a lot of folks in America that think that is a matter of debate, and it is the media itself that is inciting them.
There have been hundreds of sworn affidavits under penalty of perjury signed by people that said they saw some funny business happen at the polls. Was this investigated? Nope. No court would even listen to it. Now, is it probably all baloney that was not going to make that much difference? Yeah, probably. But when you have millions of people that don’t think they got a fair shake, it might have been a better idea on the media’s part to you know, give them a fair shake.
Remember, the other side just spent almost four full years investigating the Russia collusion theory, and when that was over, you could, if you wanted to ignore it, keep saying it was baseless and unfounded.
Why not take a look? Appoint a commission. Promise to look into it. Act concerned.
Instead, the mainstream media acted like they didn’t know anything about it, and time after time they said those magic words, drilling them into the heads of the people that latched onto it because that is what they wanted to hear and those that latched onto it because they were really, really mad.
Make no mistake here. Did Donald Trump incite a mob? Yeah, he enjoyed every minute of it. But he had help. The mainstream media and the establishment loved every second of it, and they are still loving every second of it days later.
CNN was to impressed with the riots at the capitol that it has still not went back to it’s full-on COVID-19 apocalyptic coverage. Trump is bad trumps Americans dying any day of the week.
UFO sightings are nothing new in conspiracy circles, but what we at the CSC do find interesting is that there seems to be an increasing willingness in the mainstream media to report on these things where as a few years ago, it would have been completely ignored.
We’re not sure if that means that the general public is becoming more accepting of such things or less. Or if the powers behind the scenes feel they must acknowledge it more just so they can get their scientists and experts to shoot it down rather than letting theories run rampant on the Internet. Either way, it’s interesting at the very least.
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.