The CDC isn’t even hiding the fact that it has been less than forthcoming with its COVID-19 data. As a matter of fact, they are admitting that much of the data was hidden because of a fear that the data would be “misinterpreted.”
Needless to say, this has caused plenty of people to become even more doubtful of the information that the CDC presents to Americans. It’s kind of hard to accept that they are not telling us everything to protect us. However, there was the CDC publicly proclaiming that this data is just “not ready for prime time.”
This is not a television show. It’s real life. This data they are hiding is supposedly what they have used to give us advice for the last two years.
We’ve included a great discussion about this below. We want to hear what you think? Is the CDC being honest here?
When we say “conspiracy theorist,” what image does it bring to your
mind? Let me guess. A crazy looking dude wearing a tin foil hat. Why is that? Well, for decades, the mainstream media and government establishment has worked overtime to convince everyone that anyone that questions the official account of things is nuts. It’s been a very successful campaign. Just the term being applied to a person severely damages their credibility. That’s what makes it so surprising to see common concepts from conspiracy theories over the years being bandied about in the mainstream media calmly.
False Flags Everywhere
Every good conspiracy theorists worth his salt knows what a false flag operation is. We’ve seen many events in our time that seemed like they could be false flags, but we have always been told that this is crazy talk and no government would ever do something to hurt its own people.
Well, welcome to 2022, where on the nightly news, terms like false flag and crisis actors are now just part of the rundown. Everyone up to the very President of the United States is proclaiming that Russia intends to unleash a false flag operation to give it a reason to invade Ukraine. Media outlets like CNN and The New York Times are reporting that videos coming out of Russian people being evacuated are actually staged.
Put simply, the nightly news would fit in right here at a conspiracy-driven website. Except here at Common Sense Conspiracy, we try to take a fact-based approach to these things. The media is doing exactly what they complain about others doing: reporting this as if it were fact. You have to admit, though, that no one should be able to spot misinformation on the part of another country better than the kings of it, the American mainstream media.
What’s a Good Conspiracy Theorist to Do?
If you think this means that being a conspiracy theorist is cool now, guess again. This is only going to hang around until it no longer benefits the people in high places and their agenda. After Donald Trump became President, the mainstream media actually had reports on why being a conspiracy theorists during his presidency meant you were a good patriot looking out for democracy. As soon as the election was done, any questioning of it put you firmly back in tin foil hat territory. Don’t think this sudden normalization of conspiracies will last.
Just remember when you hear them talk about these things that you are listening to the very people that told you conspiracy theories were fantasy playtime, but now they ask you to believe it without proof.
Does this mean they are wrong? No, not at all. Is it a stretch for us to believe that Putin has concocted a master plan to get the people of his country behind what might otherwise seem as an unnecessary war in Ukraine? Nope. Actually, he’s pulled this before, and it’s really nothing new at all on the world stage. The only thing new is that the American media and government is happy to talk about it. That in itself should tell you something about the news you are hearing.
When the news broke about Bob Saget, we suspected that this was going to be a whole lot of nothing from a conspiracy standpoint. We knew that it was inevitable that someone would try to say that Saget was part of some sort of Illuminati blood sacrifice because that always happens whenever someone famous dies and there is even a shred of mystery surrounding it. That’s why in our original article, we pretty much downplayed this as a tragedy, nothing more, nothing less.
Well, now that the autopsy results have been released along with the cause of death, little has been cleared up. The official word is that Saget fell, hit his head, and then went to sleep and died. That’s not exactly the kind of closure we were expecting. Does it mean that there is more to the story? We don’t know, and we may never know, but it certainly means that there is reason to keep asking questions.
If that wasn’t enough, now Saget’s family is filing lawsuits to prevent any more information from being released. They say they are doing this because they don’t want to have to deal with the day to day of this being drug through the media, but as you might imagine, suing to keep items secret isn’t going to do much to put this to rest either.
If Bob Saget was murdered, the suspect list would be incredibly short. After all, almost everyone he is associated with in Hollywood absolutely gushed praises about him after his death. He seems to be universally recognized as a nice and caring guy.
The theories will continue until the news cycle moves on, but unfortunately, the unsatisfying answer may be the only one we ever get. What do you think? Was Bob Saget murdered? Do you buy the official story that he died after hitting his head? Is there more to the story?
We want to hear what you think in the comments below.
There is little doubt that the world has changed over the last couple of years. We now live in a world where a former American president is banned from Twitter and Facebook social media platforms. Many may not think that is a bad thing, but it does set one amazing precedent. Under the guise of stopping Donald Trump from making social media posts that encouraged violence, Big Tech, one very potent tentacle of what we refer to here at the CSC as the establishment, neutered Trump’s insane hold over his base. Meanwhile, heads of state for terrorist organizations and rogue nations Tweet at will. Their message apparently does not offend the establishment as badly.
Even if we can all agree that getting Donald Trump off of social media is a net positive for the world as a whole, this act seems to have changed the game for what is free speech and what is not free speech. The other major factor there is, of course, COVID-19. It started when sites like Facebook and YouTube were not allowing videos that questioned the effectiveness of vaccines, masks, mandates and lockdowns. They banned content about the possibility that COVID is a lab leak. Later, that theory turned out to be quite the opposite of misinformation. Now, it is talked about openly on major networks as it is now considered to be the most likely possibility for how COVID came to be.
So what’s the next frontier for this unique brand of censorship that we are watching take hold with very little resistance? You can see the beginnings in the events happening now. Joe Rogan’s extremely popular podcast on Spotify is being targeted big time. Now, Rogan’s brand of podcast isn’t for everyone, and some of the company he keeps and the ideas he allows to be discussed are a little out there. Does that mean he is spreading misinformation? What is misinformation?
Is discussing topics that are obviously unknowns misinformation? We now have the CDC saying that wearing cloth masks is little more than last-ditch effort at protection and highly ineffective. Plenty of people were censored for saying this for the last two years. We now know that if you are considered “fully vaccinated” but not boosted, you are not sporting a whole lot of protection just months out, especially from the Omicron variant. So why argue about vaccination cards if the current legal definition doesn’t even make a difference? But to say this makes you guilty of spreading misinformation.
If spreading misinformation should get you censored, then shouldn’t the CDC and Dr. Anthony Fauci be the first to get the label. After all, almost everything they told us from day one was incorrect. Yes, some of this is because the situation was ever evolving, but I think any reasonable person can probably see that Fauci often doctored his answers for what he thought the much less intelligent minions should hear. When he said no one needed to wear a mask, he was doing it to leave masks for health care professionals. So he told a little lie to stop people from panicking and hoarding masks. But isn’t that misinformation? Or how when he said that if we could just get 60 or 70% of the American population vaccinated, we could achieve “herd immunity.” He actually admitted openly on national television that he never believed that and only said it to make the goal seem more achievable thinking it would encourage more people to get vaccinated.
How about the emails that have now been released where everyone in Fauci’s circle immediately recognized COVID-19 as a lab leak and not a naturally-occurring virus? Yes, the mainstream media buried this as much they could, or left only right-wing talking boxes to jump all over it so it would have no credibility. The information is out there though, and the reality is that Fauci used funding to shut those people down. A little more misinformation.
If Joe Rogan wants to have a doctor on that says the vaccines are a joke, what’s wrong with that? He’s not in a position of authority like Fauci. Healthy debate should never be discouraged, and it’s not misinformation to question whether the vaccines are all they are cracked up to be. The overflowing hospitals ought to show that without any real discussion anyway. We were told it is now a pandemic of the unvaccinated. If that were so, then why are the vaccinated so concerned? Because of other variants that might come along? Well, as long as people all over the world have not had a single dose of vaccine while we give people their third and fourth shots, the variants aren’t going anywhere.
Another question is why the establishment doesn’t understand that drawing attention to programs like Rogan is the last thing you want to do. You can bet that Rogan has picked up more subscribers because of curiosity about what all the fuss is about. If you actually listen to the podcast, you will find no one saying anything definitively, but just people discussing what is happening. Rogan’s best method of picking up subscribers until just recently was probably word of mouth and the occasional viral video. Now, he is getting subscribers because the powers-that-be bring it up for everyone all the time. Sure, there is that part of the population that will immediately demonize Rogan’s show because anything they see on the New York Times front page might as well be handed down to Moses on the mountaintop. Fortunately for the rest of us, there are plenty more people that are not just going to take their word for it.
Rogan’s show is not that funny for a former standup comedian. He frequently lets controversial figures come on (think Alex Jones) and treats them respectfully, but he grills them hard. He is willing to have an open conversation about most anything. It’s a lot of things, some good, some bad. But nowhere could it be called misinformation.
Do spread misinformation, you must have an agenda. Rogan does not have an agenda, except maybe getting more subscribers. The real spreaders of misinformation definitely have an agenda. The scary part is that so many people today are not realizing the censorship that is taking place before their eyes. Even if you agree with it thus far, we have to bring up the trope of the slippery slope. People have trouble seeing things through more of a prism than what they singularly believe. Here’s an example before we go.
Many people on one side of the political spectrum in America were fine with Joe Biden and OSHA requiring private businesses to prove vaccination for COVID-19 for their employees or face fines. The concept seems okay at first glance. These unvaccinated people could be causing a hazard for others, although, once again, if the vaccinations work, why would the unvaccinated be endangering anyone but themselves. That notwithstanding, if you believe that basically one individual being able to install such a mandate is okay, just turn it around. Remember when everyone made a big deal because Trump spouted off some nonsense about UV light and ingesting bleach to fight COVID. Well, if he had decided to order OSHA to make everyone shoot bleach, you would have a problem with that, right? That’s why the mandate couldn’t stand, and thank goodness the Supreme Court stepped in on this one.
Our government is supposed to design where there is no dictator that just decides what is going to happen. For now, that has not been allowed to happen. But what will the future hold? And how far will censorship go?
Common Sense Conspiracy has been around for over a decade, and we don’t often sound the warning bells for false flags, but at certain points in history over our time here we have alerted our readership to our highest form of warning: the warning that conditions for a false flag are imminent.
It’s very similar to a tornado watch or warning. We don’t know for sure, but we can definitely see that conditions are favorable for a false flag to occur.
We would have issued such an alert about Ukraine and Russia, but we didn’t have to worry about it. The United States did it for us.
False flag attacks used to be the deepest darkest of conspiracy theories. Now, our government is warning of it in broad daylight.
Wear that tin foil hat with pride. Look around. We just keep being right about everything.
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Every time a celebrity dies in the least bit suspicious manner, we get the expected deluge of emails at Common Sense Conspiracy asking if we think the Illuminati is involved. The death of comedian and actor Bob Saget at the age of 65 today will no doubt inspire some questions.
The wholesome dad character of Full House is what Bob Saget was probably most known for, but he was also a successful comedian known for less than family-friendly content in his standup shows. His death is certainly surprising, but right now there is no indication that anything is really suspicious about it. Early reports are that he was found dead and there were no drugs or anything like that involved. The medical examiner will eventually determine his cause of death, but this isn’t anything Illuminati-ish like Whitney Houston in the bathtub. Most likely, this is going to turn out to be a heart attack or something of that nature.
Scouring the Internet, we did find one enterprising individual claiming that Bob Saget is actually an Illuminati member. The video below is total garbage, but it may be worth watching just to see the absurd ending where Bob Saget appears to be wearing the all-seeing eye on his shirt and the video zooms in on his distorted face in such a way that wants to be disturbing, but actually ends up just really strange and stupid.
What do you think? Is there more to the story? We’ll keep you posted. Let us know your ideas in the comments below.
It hasn’t been the greatest week for Facebook, and it is all topped off with a major service outage on today, Monday, October 4, 2021.
Facebook is saying this has nothing to do with its worst day on the stock market ever and the whistleblower interview that just aired on 60 Minutes. This seems improbable, to put it mildly. Many in conspiracy circles believe this is all a one-two punch from some organization behind the scenes to stop the social media titan, or at the very least slow it down. Facebook insists that this is just an Internet DNS problem and will soon be fixed. That could be the case, but rarely do you see something as big as this down for this long. It’s pretty clear they are having trouble getting it back up.
What do you think? Is this coincidence or an orchestrated attempt to take Facebook down?