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Dr. Stella Immanuel Reveals COVID-19 Cure — She Also Believes in a Lot of Conspiracies

A group of doctors stormed Washington trying to dispel fear mongering related to the novel coronavirus COVID-19 that has ravaged the country and become a divisive political lightning rod in recent weeks.  One doctor in particular, Dr. Stella Immanuel, made really big waves with her outright revelation that all this is silliness because the cure has been right in front of our preferably unmasked faces all along.

Dr. Immanuel insists that hydroxychloroquine, the controversial drug that Donald Trump heralded as a quick fix for COVID-19 a few months back, does indeed cure the virus, and so effectively in fact that at her practice, they don’t even worry about wearing high-quality masks because the drug virtually eliminates the virus from circulating.

Her speech became super-viral (no pun intended) when Donald Trump Jr. and the President himself started retweeting the video, recognizing it as even more proof of what Mr. Trump has been saying all along.  After all, Trump has even went as far as to insist that he himself takes hydroxychloroquine as a preventative measure.

Mind you, this is all in stark contrast to the opinions of many in the mainstream media and the FDA, who just recently pulled the plug on the drug saying there is absolutely no evidence that it has any effect on coronavirus whatsoever.

The mainstream media wasted no time discrediting Immanuel with all hands on deck.  Now, it is coming to light the good doctor believes in some conspiracy theories that, well, a lot of our readers tend to be interested in as well.  She even believes in reptilian leaders and that there is a vaccine being developed to eliminate religion.  She may even be one of our loyal readers here at the CSC for all we know, so hopefully she’s getting good, reliable information to feed her curiosity.  In any case, she is already being banished from social media (not just the speech, but her entire presence) for spreading “disinformation” and now she says there is an effort going on to have her medical license taken from her because she believes in hydroxychloroquine.  And she really believes in it, saying out flat that there is no reason to wear masks when we have a cure right here that is readily available.

What do you think?  Is Dr. Immanuel nuts?  Or the real deal?  Would you take hydroxycholorquine if you thought it would protect you from the virus?  We want to hear what you think in the comments below.  We have posted the video below, but these video links are being taken down just as fast as they come up because there are many that wish to silence this talk as quickly as possible.  We are working on a way to get the video up permanently on our site without having to rely on links in the next couple of days.

Is COVID-19 Foretold on the Twenty Dollar Bill?

Remember when it turned out if you folded a dollar a certain way, it showed the World Trade Center towers and everyone said that 9/11 was planned to the point that it was even foretold right there on United States currency all along?  Well, if you bought into that theory, get ready to double down on this one, because now there is a theory out there gaining some traction in conspiracy circles that the dollar bill is also foretelling the coming of COVID-19 by, yes, a man with a mask.

No word on whether the mask-wearer on the dollar bill feels that his or her rights are being stepped on by being forced to wear a mask in the coronavirus era yet, but it is a strange thing to find on the dollar bill.  What do you think?  Is this just a case of someone seeing what they want to see by manipulating images on the dollar?  Or is there some truth that major global events might be built into the currency?  That’s an old Illuminati trope to hide everything in plain sight right in front of our eyes.  Here are some videos outlining the theory and showing off the illusion.  Let us know what you think in the comments below.

Unsolicited Seeds Arriving Via Mail All Over the United States

In a story that could only happen in the year 2020, there are increasing reports of unsolicited seeds being mailed to people all over the United States.

2020 not crazy enough for you?

Yes, that’s what we said.  Seeds.  Not illegal plants, either.  Just seemingly ordinary seeds in ziploc bags, mostly from addresses in China.

What’s up with that?  There are a lot of theories.  Some believe it is an elaborate plot to get people to plant seeds in the United States that will choke out other plants and damage the food supply chain.  Hard to believe enough people would follow through and plant the seeds to make that a real possibility, but hey, you never know.

The video below has some good information about what this might be all about and the effects it could have if it were to be successful.  What do you think?  Is this an elaborate conspiracy based in China?  Or just a set of unusual coincidences?  Well, the United States Department of Agriculture is taking it seriously, formally recommending that these mysterious packages not be opened or used, and they should be reported upon arrival.

Conspiracy Unmasked — Dr. Fauci’s Mask Habits At Nationals Game Causes Much Speculation

You all know the story by now.  Don’t wear a mask.  Wear a mask.  Wear a mask maybe.  Wear a mask sometimes.  Wear a mask everywhere.

Many Americans have been troubled by the wide inconsistencies in advice from health professionals about what to do to slow the spread of COVID-19, and no other figure has become more of a gas-lighter for this frustration than Dr. Anthony Fauci.

Fauci became the face of coronavirus in the United States and really worldwide during the opening weeks of the crisis, but now he has found himself buried by President Donald Trump who has labeled him an “alarmist.”  Still, Fauci has continued to do his part, as he sees it, in the fight against COVID-19, and that has included emphatic support for face coverings in the United States.  This has slowly led many American states to adopt mask mandates which has triggered plenty of controversy.

Everybody needs a break from their face covering now and then.

As for whether masks work for real or not, that is another article.  You can literally find whatever opinion you like on the Internet, and not just from crackpot sites (like the CSC) but major mainstream news sources.  Even the WHO and CDC often have contradictory information posted all over their sites.  Fauci himself has told Americans every version of the story, but now he is on the mask bandwagon.  Unless of course, it means that he has to wear one when he doesn’t want to.  That’s unacceptable.

The good doctor threw out the first pitch (if you could call it that) at the opening game for the Washington Nationals, where he was incidentally one of only three fans allowed to attend.  Despite an empty stadium, the three of them sat right next to each other, and a photographer on the premises managed to catch Fauci and company taking off their masks to enjoy the breeze.  The photo went viral and is now the latest meme on every social media service.

For his part, Fauci says that it was really hot out there and he was drinking water.  His defense is that the photo caught him at an opportune moment when he had just taken a drink of water, making it appear that he was not wearing a mask.  There is no mention of his partner to the right of him dangling her mask in the wind on her fingers, or the complete lack of social distancing.

Does Fauci’s defense hold water?  Well, that’s up to you.  There is no video of the moments surrounding the incident that show if Fauci is telling the truth.  He wore the mask diligently while throwing out the pitch on the mound, incidentally when no one was anywhere near him.  Maybe we have to face the facts here that Fauci wears the mask to push an agenda, not because he thinks it necessary for himself or even those immediately around him.

It looks like Dr. Fauci is a lot more concerned about you getting the coronavirus than he is about himself getting it.  Make of that what you will.  Do you believe him?  Is Dr. Fauci really on the mask bandwagon, or just when the cameras are rolling?  We want to hear you thoughts in the comments below.

Manufactured Conspiracy — Is Wayfair Selling Cabinets for Human Trafficking?

A Reddit user has caused quite a stir on the Internet about retailer Wayfair and some seemingly extremely overpriced cabinets for sale to anyone that looks for them. The cabinets, according to the user, are referred to by product names that echo missing children that are presumed to be the result of child trafficking. This is disturbing to say the least, so Common Sense Conspiracy is taking a deep dive into what is going on here.

These images are creating quite a stir on the Internet today.

First of all, it is very difficult to believe that someone really involved in child trafficking would do anything this bold. So there’s the first red flag. However, these entries in the screenshot are no longer available on the Wayfair website, and many people are corroborating the story saying that these were there until this was brought to light. Now, Wayfair has yet to make a public statement about this, although the story developed rapidly, and they may very well make a statement later on today as more information becomes available.

It is much more likely that either hackers or a disgruntled employee from Wayfair put these entries on their website to bring bad publicity to the retailer, as well as cause a viral moment all over the Internet. Once again, there is just no reason to believe that Wayfair would put that up if there were actual truth to it. The hack job was very well done. The order numbers on the entries can actually point to disturbing Russian sites with very illegal pornography, as some investigating have pointed out.

It looks like an elaborate scheme, and it was well-executed, but this is the kind of viral story that makes you wonder what might be going on under your nose while everyone is outraged about the thought that Wayfair is selling $9000 cabinets on the Internet publicly to store children in. This is most likely a distraction, if not the work of a rogue entity completely unrelated to anything else.

One thing is for sure though. Wayfair needs to find out what happened on their website and come clean about it fast because the damage to their reputation will not be undone by simply finding the viral story to be fake.

We will continue to monitor this story and we will update this article if more information becomes available. Also, if you have any information to share, please post in the comments below.

“Glee” Star Naya Rivera Presumed Dead at 33 in Mysterious Disappearance — Illuminati Involvement?

We at Common Sense Conspiracy are accustomed to the questions that come when any famous public figure passes away. It is only a matter of time when the news breaks before someone starts questioning whether the famous person in question had any ties to the Illuminati, and if so, is there any reason to believe that the Illuminati as an entity could have some involvement in the death? Over the years, we have investigated these cases with varying results. Now, the mysterious disappearance and now presumed death of Naya Rivera is poised to become the next one that we have to look into.

Mysterious? Definitely, but no Illuminati here.
There will be some speculation about this one because the story is mysterious. Naya was apparently on a boat with her child and then disappeared. The presumption is that she drowned. The child was found sleeping on the boat. That’s a pretty wild story in and of itself. Then you throw in her celebrity status and her tragically young age, and you have a story that is bound to have some people asking questions.

The reality is that at this moment with what we know, there just isn’t that much reason to suspect Illuminati involvement. Naya was a star from the popular television show “Glee”, but she certainly wasn’t anywhere near the international cultural impact of figures we routinely associate with the Illuminati. Think Whitney Houston, Prince, Michael Jackson. Even Paul Walker was a more likely candidate. While Naya may have been on her way to that possibly, she wasn’t there yet. So, unless more evidence changes the story, this looks like a really tragic accident. You can search the world over and you won’t find anything that presumes to connect her to the Illuminati. Now, don’t be surprised if someone tries really hard to do this now that she is dead, but what we mean is that there is no evidence of involvement existing before her untimely death.

If you think our conclusion is not accurate, we would love to hear what you think in the comments below.

Charlie Daniels Dead at 83 — Connection to the Illuminati?

While country music legend Charlie Daniels will be mostly remembered for his music, there are some out there in the world that will also miss his political outspokenness.  Mr. Daniels is reported to have died at the age of 83 from a stroke today, and there will be those in conspiracy circles that will ask the infamous question that gets asked after any event like this.  Is there any connection between the Illuminati and Charlie Daniels?

The short answer is no.  Charlie Daniels is not the kind of artist or public figure that the Illuminati messes with.  While plenty of people the world over have heard “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” he still isn’t of the kind of influence that warrants Illuminati attention.  Having said that, one interesting fact about Charlie Daniels is that he most certainly did believe in the Illuminati and has spoken out about it on more than one occasion.  One famous instance was back when Taco Bell was using its creative commercials to sort of spoof the Illuminati.  Daniels used social media to express his concerns about making the Illuminati out to be a joke.  See the video below to see exactly what Charlie said.

At the end of the day, this is not an Illuminati sacrifice, but a fellow that passed away at the ripe age of 83 from a stroke.  It is always interesting to see a public figure openly acknowledge the Illuminati though, and Charlie Daniels was one of those people.

Feel different about this one?  We’d love to hear what you think in the comments below.