Oh, those magic words in conspiracy circles… martial law. Well, here it comes. As you will see in the video below, there are people now pushing forth the theory that President Donald Trump will declare martial law, citing evidence of election meddling, and demand a new election.
What does the CSC think? In the words of Joe Biden, “Come on Man.”
This is more establishment groupthink. Remember when everyone thought Obama was going to declare himself dictator and never leave the White House, possibly even being the Antichrist? Sure you do, because that was 2015. The same people acting like that was loony tunes are now saying the same thing about Trump. It didn’t start there. There are people walking around saying George W. Bush should be tried for war crimes.
Who wins? The establishment. Think outside the “basket of deplorables” concept and think for yourself. We are all being mass-manipulated by one establishment, not two. It changes your view when you get there. It makes it a lot more fun as you watch all of your family and friends buying into something that you know is a bunch of well, keeping with the Biden punchline, malarkey.
President Trump will not be declaring martial law, if such a thing is even possible. The lockdowns from COVID-19 were the closest to martial law that America has ever seen by far, and remember that Trump vigorously opposes them.
But, Biden, he’ll probably impose martial law. You heard it here first. After all, it’s a new president and we must believe all of the same stuff as we did about the others, right?
Sometimes the mainstream media will surprise you. Now, mind you, this machine has been churning violently ever since COVID-19 came on the scene. Depending on which version of the mainstream media you decide to take in, you have seen the unbelievable downplay or the unbelievable fear mongering. Now, with the vaccine apparently just around the corner and incoming president Joe Biden already mulling the possibilities and legality of making the vaccine mandatory, the mainstream media missed a step and actually told the truth.
This passage from an article on CNN today says it all about the onslaught of vaccines about to be unleashed on the American public:
What’s not known is how long that protection might last, whether either vaccine protects against asymptomatic disease and whether either stops people from spreading the virus to others.
This passage came right on the heels of a paragraph about the impressive effectiveness percentages many of the vaccine-makers, namely Pfizer and Moderna, are hyping up. Let’s analyze these one by one for own maximum effectiveness.
How Long Will It Last?
No one knows. No one has a clue. No one knows how long natural immunity from actually having the coronavirus lasts either. Since the trials started in August and September, they only know that it might possibly last a couple of months so far. Dr. Fauci said he thought it might last a year, but who knows? That’s reassuring. So even if they manage to vaccinate enough people to accomplish the so-called “herd immunity” we may find ourselves having to take coronavirus vaccines every three to six months. And we already know that while there are no “serious” side effects, many people get flu-like symptoms. That may not be as bad as COVID-19 can potentially be, but the flu is already quite a drag on the economy and people’s health. This means signing up to get the flu. When you take into account how many millions of people we are talking here, that could be quite a side effect in pratice.
Does the Vaccine Protect Against Asymptomatic Disease?
Well, that’s kind of important, isn’t it, since estimate now put asymptomatic carriers at nearly 40% of all the COVID-19 cases. That means that if it doesn’t protect against these, there will still be plenty of vaccinated carriers running around. You would think this is something they could test out in practice, but there again, with so little time after the trials, they just don’t have the data to work out every scenario. And when the red carpet has been rolled out for you to get it approved without the usual precautions, why bother anyway? There is money to be made.
Does the Vaccine Stop People From Spreading the Virus to Others?
This would seem kind of like the point of it all right? Well, the vaccine works by exposing the immune system to a little part of the genetic code of COVID-19 so that hopefully the body will already know how to fight it when it sees the real thing. Just like with any virus, though, there is a little time there between when the virus hits and when the immune system is able to destroy it, and in that time, the infected could still be carrying the virus to everyone. It’s another really important unknown, because without this knowledge, we won’t know if we still have to carry on with contact tracing and quarantines even for people vaccinated.
What Does It All Mean?
Well that’s an easy one. Pfizer says its vaccine is 95% effective. Effective at what? Not any of the unknowns above, that is for sure. Even CNN agrees to this stipulation. It seems that there is a lot still to be learned about the vaccine, and still, Biden and the gang are wanting to make this mandatory and trying to come up with ways to prove you have been vaccinated (which is incredibly difficult without doing away with American medical privacy laws) when we really don’t even know if it works, and if it does, well, you saw the questions above.
These weren’t our questions about the vaccine. This was CNN’s questions. That is pretty incredible when you think about it.
Say what you want about Donald Trump, but one thing is undeniable. When it comes to dealings with Iran, Trump effectively rendered their nuclear ambitions null and void. A lot of people may have disagreed with Trump’s decision to pull out of the deal that President Barack Obama and then Vice-President (soon to be President) Joe Biden made with Iran, but Trump’s rationale was that you can’t trust Iran to do what they say they are going to do, and lifting all the sanctions and giving them access to billions of dollars only made their nuclear hopes easier to accomplish. Trump did away with that and put in place worse sanctions that crippled Iran on a whole new level.
You pair that with Trump’s brazen tactics. Love him or hate him, the people that run Iran knew that if they messed with Trump, they would stand a good chance at finally getting a nuclear bomb but not in the way they wanted to receive it. Much like the situation in North Korea, Iran was mostly a non-issue during the Trump years because he spoke the kind of language they understand. Iran doesn’t make deals. Iran responds to tough rhetoric. Trump said he would blow them off the face of the Earth if they didn’t act right. They believed him. End of story there.
So, with President-elect Joe Biden coming along in January to no doubt return to the way things were done before, Iran is already gearing up to get back on track. Just last week, there were reports that they were already getting back to business with their nuclear program. The bottom line is they know that the Biden administration will echo the Obama administration, and that means there’s no reason not to get back on the horse.
So, with the news that Iran’s leading nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was apparently assassinated Friday morning (at least according to Iran’s state media), it seems that someone out there isn’t waiting around for Biden to make another deal with Iran to get there message across.
All eyes are on Israel, naturally, and that makes a lot of sense because Israel is the most likely to have felt the need to strike before the Trump administration goes out. It is also very possible that Trump himself is very much aware of this and even supported the decision. It will be interesting to see who Iran places the blame on, and what the reactions of the accused will be. In the meantime, the world can hold their breath and see if Trump has one last act in this play before he leaves Pennsylvania Avenue for good (unless, of course, he makes a triumphant return in 2024).
It’s hard to deny that this is a pretty fascinating story. A mysterious metal monolith has been discovered in a desert in Utah and no one has any idea where it came from. The nature and randomness of the object is causing quite a buzz around conspiracy circles.
The object did not just fall there. It is actually implanted very securely into the ground, making it even harder to understand how it could have gotten there. It would have taken some effort to do this. Also, Google Earth images are proving that it has been there for years, so this is not something that happened recently.
Naturally, the possibility that the monolith is some sort of alien device is going around. Of course, it is much more likely that it was put there to cause people to think that, but no one can know for sure. There are no doubt investigations going on into the nature of the object, but whatever they find out, if it’s anything but benign, they wouldn’t tell the general public anyway. In any case, it is a fascinating story. What do you think the monolith is and where did it come from? As always, sound off in the comments below.
In the meantime, we have included a clip from a news report from the mainstream media as well as a private citizen that has given a real good analysis and up-close review of the monolith.
Well, ever since Donald Trump became a serious contender back in the 2016 election, there was a noticeable change in the way conspiracy theories were treated by the mainstream media. Before 2016, conspiracy theorists were tin foil hat-wearing crackpots, the ones with all their silly theories about Barack Obama and America becoming a Muslim country. Anyone who questioned the official account of just about anything fit in this category, and we posted many real news stories criticizing people for being “conspiracy theorists” back from those days.
Enter Donald Trump. All of a sudden, for four years, the mainstream media would change its tune. Suddenly being a conspiracy theorist was cool and the right thing to do. We watched as the mainstream media fed us conspiracy theories as real news night after night, even as more and more evidence (or the lack thereof) revealed that most of the theories just didn’t hold water. For a while, being a conspiracy theorist was a true lover and defender of America. It was kind of nice, although a bad time to run a conspiracy website like Common Sense Conspiracy.
Well, today, make no mistake, being a conspiracy theorist is not cool anymore.
Just browse a mainstream media source right now like CNN for instance. Every other story is tossing around the term conspiracy theories, and the connotation that goes with it is decidedly not good. We’re back in the tin foil hats people, and while that may be good news for the CSC’s bottom line, it shows that things are returning to normal as the powers-that-be have things approaching where they were supposed to be when Trump took the political world by storm and turned it upside down. The establishment never forgave him for that. He wasn’t supposed to win, much less not conform to their ways when he did win. For that, the punishment may never end. The establishment may not feel that Trump and his family have been punished enough until they all inhabit prison cells. In the meantime, the mainstream media is painting a broad brush across America, calling over 70 million people that voted for Trump in the election crackpot conspiracy theorists. That’s a lot of crazy people, isn’t it? It’s a wonder we made it this far.
Most likely things will stay this way, unless Trump returns in 2024, or one of his children. This is unlikely because once he is out of the White House, the establishment will do everything in its power to make sure no one usurps the one-party two-party system again. It was unlikely to happen the first time. The second time will be downright impossible.
Wear your tin foil hats proud, folks. There is and never was anything wrong with questioning the official account of things.
For years we have fielded questions and suggestions about the supposed war on Christmas that has captivated many in conspiracy circles. We even posted a very popular article during the Obama years about this subject when the word on the street was that President Obama was going to cancel Christmas and declare America a Muslim country (yeah, it sounds bonkers now, but you had to be there). Well, our stance has always been that there was no real war on Christmas, at least no concerted deep state effort to take most Americans’ most cherished holiday away.
Well, maybe we were wrong about that. Enter COVID-19.
The coronavirus pandemic took over the year 2020 and never looked back. This virus that came out of nowhere in China to permeate the globe has an astonishingly low death rate and yet has managed to influence the world like nothing we have seen before. There is no area of life that it has not touched. You name it. Popular culture. Fashion. And oh yes, politics. COVID-19 is the only reason the election was even interesting, as a full-steam-ahead economy seemed to guarantee Donald Trump an easy victory before the pandemic took hold. Now, after a spring and summer of lockdowns, restrictions, and constantly being told to do the same three things even though it has fazed the virus for a minute, things are now reaching a fever pitch.
We have governors ordering families to restrict the number of people at gatherings for Thanksgiving. Families are forced to cull the guest list down and pick between loved ones. At least one governor is now suggesting that masks should be worn in side the home. And on CNN just the other day, Dr. Fauci agreed with the talking head that Christmas was going to be impossible.
Thanksgiving will be the warmup. There are new bolder restrictions being handed down, but after the inevitable spike that will be blamed on Thanksgiving, the big one is coming. COVID-19 is bringing the war on Christmas right into your home, right into your neighborhood. This is no longer a long-term ambition of some. This year, Christmas may very well be canceled. What’s more, it might actually be against the law to celebrate it.
Enjoy your Thanksgiving and your four or five guests that are legally allowed to attend. Wear your masks even in between bites. Cherish those weird moments, because Christmas may be on the chopping block this year.
Well, it shouldn’t be a surprise, right? For the entire summer, we were warned by health experts and the mainstream media that a second wave of COVID-19 was just around the corner and going to have our entire nation in its grips in no time at all. That appears to be happening now as daily cases are on the rise like never before in the pandemic.
The response of the scientists like Dr. Fauci who have decades of experience on these sorts of things: let’s keep doing the same.
Now that’s not how they describe it. The undertone in the media and in every interview that people like Dr. Fauci give is that the American people are to blame because they are just too doggone stubborn to do the three things they have been begged for months now to do. You know them, you hear them eighty-five times each day. Wash your hands. Wear your mask. Social distance. Well, today Common Sense Conspiracy wants to ask a a question of the scientists. Have they ever actually learned about the scientific method? Has Dr. Fauci ever been familiar with the definition of insanity?
It’s easy to put the blame on lazy, selfish Americans, but the truth is that the overwhelming majority of the nation is doing these things. They are following the mantras, washing their hands until their skin is peeling off, casting suspicious stares at strangers and friends alike anywhere near their six-foot bubble, and wearing cloth coverings on their face. While President-elect Joe Biden talks about nationwide mask mandates, the reality is that most states already have this. The solutions they are proposing to stop the spread of coronavirus simply haven’t worked, at least not nearly enough.
The definition of insanity is simple. It’s doing the same thing over and over again and expecting to get different results. The advice Americans are being given to stop the spread of coronavirus is the definition of insanity.
We’re not saying that any American should stop doing any of the “Big Three.” I don’t think anyone in America debates that washing your hands is a good way to avoid getting or spreading any virus, much less COVID-19. I don’t think anyone in America debates that keeping a physical distance from others is a pretty good way to help your chances too. Many do debate whether wearing a piece of fabric on your face helps, but hey, most people are doing it anyway. We’re not saying that these things aren’t helping. We’re saying that it’s not enough, and at some point we should hold our leaders and the so-called experts accountable for not having more to say.
When I hear Dr. Fauci talking about these big three things we must do, I wonder what his real opinion is off-camera. He must know by now that most everyone is doing this. Look to the wider world also. While America has taken more than its share of COVID-19 it would seem, the rest of the world is struggling too, and a lot of the countries that are struggling were less resistant to mask wearing than Americans were. It’s easy to blame things on stubborn Americans and Donald Trump, but that explanation runs out of steam once you cross the oceans in either direction.
So, is Common Sense Conspiracy advocating stringent shutdowns to stop coronavirus? We’re not advocating anything, but what we are saying is that continuing to indicate that these three measures are the key while the pandemic rages out of control in the background is not fair to anyone at this point. Yes, wash your hands, for sure, but is this going to save the day? It’s clear that it’s not.
In the scientific method, there comes a point where the hypothesis gets tested and then adjustments are made. The data is in, and it is in overwhelmingly all over the world. The big three helps, but it will never control the pandemic. So, are experts basically throwing in the towel and saying there’s nothing we can do but let it rage while we wait on a workable vaccine? Okay, then tell us that. Stop acting like it’s everyone’s fault this is happening. And stop acting like if just a few more pesky Americans would wash their hands a couple of times and wear a sliver of their underwear on their face, everything would be okay.
We’re not buying it. What do you think? Are Americans and people worldwide just not following Dr. Fauci’s rules and that’s our whole problem? Or is the scientific community simply at a loss what more to do but wait on a vaccine? As always, we want to hear you thoughts in the comments below.