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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Kanye West has flirted with running for President of the United States multiple times in the last few years. The last we heard, he was still all about 2024. Being an outspoken and controversial Donald Trump supporter, he intended to win in 2024 and keep America on the path to being “great.” However, on the Fourth of July, while President Trump was hosting a huge Independence Day party against all recommendations in a global pandemic, Kanye decided to get on Twitter and announce that it’s not too late. He would be running for President right now in 2020.
Well, July is a little late to throw your hat in the ring, but this is Kanye, so what of it? The first problem is determining if this is even possible. Well, it is, but that’s not as positive as it sounds. Some states have already passed all deadlines and there is no way Kanye could get on the ballot. Some states have not passed these deadlines and it is still feasible. So, at best he could get on some state ballots, although he would need to organize a campaign staff quickly and put things in motion because all of these remaining deadlines can’t be far off.
What’s the point, you might ask? Well, it might make more sense than you think just looking at things on the surface. Imagine if Kanye still fully supports Trump and wants to help. Getting in the election even in a limited capacity could do that. Imagine if just some Democrats and undecideds jumped to Kanye, it could swing a really close election for Trump. It is unlikely that Kanye would siphon away votes from a true Trump supporter, but he may very well siphon a few away from Biden. If the election is close, perhaps even closer than 2016, a little bit could go a long way. And being on those ballots could give him momentum to steal even more votes in other states because the publicity could start a grass roots write-in campaign where he does not appear on the ballot.
Likely? No. Possible? Yes.
There is one more avenue Mr. West could take to get on every ballot. All he has to do is win one of the top political party’s nomination process. So, if he could somehow get the Republican Party to leave Trump behind and adopt him as their candidate, he’s in. Or if he could convince Democrats that he has a better chance of dethroning Trump than Joe Biden, that is another way to go in.
Likely? No. Possible? Well, yes, technically, but hey, there is no way that is happening.
So, what do you think? Publicity stunt? Cooked up conspiracy behind the scenes between West and Trump to help secure the presidency once again for Trump?
This was all over social media a while back as more and more people started to realize that something wasn’t quite right about the “suicide” of Jeffrey Epstein. Now, after an unbelievably long investigation and revolving around allegations from well over a decade ago, Epstein’s esteemed confidant Ghislaine Maxwell is finally facing some charges related to her involvement with Epstein.
When Epstein went down, a lot of people expected Maxwell not to be too far behind. However, she had seemed to have escaped unscathed, but apparently the FBI was watching her closely all this time and ready to pounce once the moment was right. Maxwell probably realized this. She had all the financial resources in the world at her disposal to set up shop in some faraway land, but probably knew that the second she made for an airport, they would be all over her waiting to take her down. So, now, the only question in conspiracy circles is would they have the nerve to do it again?
When Epstein originally found himself in federal custody, there were a lot of people hopeful that this was going to turn into a huge big deal that would expose a lot of powerful people that had been supposedly tied to Epstein. This included royalty and even the Clintons and Trumps. What those people hoping did not count on was the reach of powerful people. Even federal custody did not prove secure enough to protect the life of Epstein. So, now, will Ghislaine Maxwell, who no doubt knows all the same information that Epstein did, meet the same fate?
Our answer: if she really knows everything, and those people out there that might be worried about what she knows know that she knows, don’t be surprised at all if something very similar doesn’t happen. We know what you’re thinking right now? How could they do it again? Wouldn’t that be the most see-through obvious conspiracy of all time?
Yes, of course. And still, they would not hesitate to do so. They don’t mind at all, and we’ll tell you why. They enjoy the speculation about their power and reaches of their collective tentacles. While the mainstream media does its due diligence and explains it away as not a conspiracy, but an uncanny coincidence, the ones behind the scenes will enjoy knowing that a message has been sent to anyone else out there that might be thinking of coming forward.
Now it’s possible that Ms. Maxwell is smarter than all this and has already prepared some sort of backup plan for this situation. Maybe she has brokered some kind of deal between these powerful people out there and herself about what she will tell and what the outcome of all this might be. If not, and she is truly on her own in federal custody, then there is probably not another person in the world that is in more physical danger than Ghislaine Maxwell right at this moment.
We’ll be waiting. In the meantime, let’s kick it off. You heard it here first.
We here at Common Sense Conspiracy have always prided ourselves on taking a common sense approach to conspiracy theories in general and using good old-fashioned logic and reasoning paired with fact-checking and research to form a positive opinion for our readers. That means sometimes we have to tackle more outlandish theories that we may believe on the surface to not be worth the effort. This topic is one of those. We wouldn’t have gone there, but our readers are posing the question. So it’s time for the CSC to take a cold, hard look at the controversy of face coverings and whether any of these theories hold water.
Using masks to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 has become a lightning rod for controversy in the United States particularly. Some of this is probably due to organizations that are supposed to be providing a united front but have not at all since the pandemic began. For example, even now, the United States Center for Disease Control says that masks are a great way to stop the spread. OSHA that watches over occupational safety hazards says the masks are mostly useless. Anthony Fauci, the leading expert on epidemics in the U.S., says face masks are the key. The President of the United States dismisses this as fiction and absolutely refuses to wear a mask himself, even going as far as to chide reporters and staff around him that do decide to wear a mask. Pair this with the fact that the CDC and international World Health Organization themselves couldn’t decide about masks earlier when this all started, and you will see that there is an awful lot of conflicting information out there.
The reality is that if you do your research, you will find a consensus that masks do help, but they are certainly not bulletproof. The bulletproof solution to stopping the spread is staying at home and away from others. This strategy is 100% effective. The masks are a last-ditch effort to offer some protection if you just can’t avoid going out and being around others. In America, where the lockdowns were mostly half-hearted efforts to begin with, the easing of restrictions just meant that people went back to doing whatever they liked. Wear your mask and you’re invincible! It’s not true, and it’s probably part of the reason the United States continues to see cases swell out of control because people are latching on to the mask-wearing part of the advice more than the stay at home part of the advice.
Having said all of this, it probably makes sense to wear a mask if you are going to a place where you might be in close contact with someone beyond your control. It is probably better than nothing. Still, the policy of social distancing or maybe just not going places that aren’t absolutely necessary is still far superior. So why do so many Americans find face coverings to be so controversial? Well, it’s the shame game at work.
See, people that believe in the masks take it as an offense if someone else isn’t wearing one. They see it as they don’t care if they endanger other people. People who don’t wear masks regard those that do as silly for the most part, or overly paranoid. They don’t shame them for it, though. A certain segment of the population that does believe wholeheartedly in the face masks lashes out at those that don’t, and then they turn to legislation for mandates to force people to wear masks. This only creates more division and controversy between the two factions.
The winner, of course, is the government, who is enjoying every second of this unprecedented situation that has allowed government overreach to extend to levels we simply have not seen before in the United States. Now, as more and more communities are deciding to make the decision to mandate mask utilization in public areas outside the home, conspiracy theories are popping up everywhere that this could be the “Mark of the Beast” that is prophesied in the Bibles Book of Revelations. One of the sure signs of the end being near is this mark which all people have to take to do business, even if they are fervently against what it represents. As more and more places refuse to allow entry or barter with people that won’t don face coverings, some are asking the question. Is this the mark?
Well, below you will find some examples of what is going around on the Internet about this, and as you might imagine, Christian fringe conspiracy theorists are really pushing that narrative. As always, though, we caution our readers to take a step back and think this all the way through. Remember, this is not a new phenomenon, although it may be new to these American generations. Back in the early 1900s, the so-called Spanish Flu pandemic caused mass use of face coverings also. Eventually the flu ran its course, killing millions, but establishing enough herd immunity that it ceased to be a big problem in the years thereafter. So, if this were really the Mark of the Beast, then why did it never catch before? Furthermore, while it is becoming more widespread, there are still millions of places in the United States where mask wearing is not only not mandated, but not even encouraged. If this is to be a sign of the things that are foretold in Revelations, mask wearing will have to really gain a lot more acceptance before this pandemic gets under control.
So, is wearing a mask going to save us all? Well, the evidence indicates that it is better than nothing, but a whole lot less effective than just isolation. However, it is far from becoming some sort of government mandated thing to do business. Once the pandemic either subsides on its own or a viable vaccine is produced, then it is a lot more likely that Americans wearing face masks will become something as odd as it seemed back when all this started. In the meantime, we put some examples of people that do not agree with our assessment below so you can make up your mind for yourself. As always, we would love to hear what you think about this in the comments below.
As civil unrest rages across the United States of America, many in conspiracy circles are throwing out theories for what really might be going on behind the scenes in the riots and protests surrounding the tragic death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota last week. The theories here run the gamut of conspiracies, and as we have often pointed out during the last three or four years, we can hardly compete when the mainstream media has made conspiracy theories so mainstream. So we aren’t going to spend a lot of time trying to examine ideas about Antifa or whether white supremacy groups are secretly fueling the protests… stuff like this is fodder on CNN and Fox, so how can we even fit into that mix? Instead, we’re gonna stay on the fringe here and look at some of the oddities.
There are photos going around on the Internet that claim to be from various areas in major cities where riots eventually caused major damage and disturbances. The photos show neat little pallets of bricks that mysteriously showed up at these sites just in time for the powder keg to explode.
Is it true? We at Common Sense Conspiracy caution you to think about what you are looking at. Anyone can snap a photo and say it was from Minneapolis or Atlanta from a few days back. Who’s to say it’s authentic? There is no way to prove these things. It would be way more interesting if someone showed how the pallets got there.
Delivering pallets of bricks would require a transfer truck and probably a forklift to get it out of the truck upon arrival. Put simply, it would be really noticeable if these pallets of bricks were being set up at these sites. There is virtually no way to make that operation inconspicuous, day or night. So question number one in this one going around is how in the world did they get there and why does no one have a picture of that debacle? Why would a business not doing any sort of construction or remodeling not question a pallet of bricks being delivered without a word on its sidewalk. That’s a little far-fetched, and if it were true, there would be a lot more photographs circulating of it in action, not just after the fact.
So, is Common Sense Conspiracy saying that there isn’t some dark force behind the scenes fueling this? Absolutely not. We can examine those conspiracy theories all day long, and we may very come to agree with some of them when we take an objective look at the facts. This article is about the bricks. And this just doesn’t look like a story that has the facts to back it up.
So, we put it to our readers. Did you see these bricks delivered? A pallet on the street looking weird like a seek-and-find puzzle? Do you have the inside information or photos documenting it? We want to hear about it in the comments below. Meanwhile, enjoy this video (not our stance) from YouTube about the bricks.