Say what you will about conspiracy theories. I’ve never been a fan. And by “never” I mean I’ve only started really paying attention to them the last few months. But we live in strange times; anyone with an eye to see and an ear to hear should be able to tell things aren’t copacetic in America or anywhere else in the world.
The part of me that formerly pushed me away from conspiracy theories is the same thing that draws me to them today. My faith always told me that God has a plan and we shouldn’t explore chemtrails, 9/11 as an inside job, or if the moon landings were faked. I used to consider it all fodder that didn’t have much bearing on the bigger picture of God’s plan for the world.
Today, things are different, at least for me. It’s my faith and the desire to understand what’s happening in the world as it pertains to Bible prophecy that has drawn me closer to the fringe side of reporting. I’m still not a conspiracy theorist in the truest sense of the term, but I’m much more open to researching conspiracies because many of them DO have bearing on the bigger picture.
That’s a long prelude to a conspiracy theory I discussed today with someone who has far more experience in such things. According to my anonymous acquaintance, the “bad guys” timed out the four bombshell court cases of recent weeks to land at once in order to set forth a very alarming agenda. Now, I have no idea whether this was all intentional or if “bad guys” are pulling the strings on these cases, but I do know that the timing is ripe for causing mass turmoil across America as the new year begins.
The first two are contrasts of one another. We have Kyle Rittenhouse who has been so clearly innocent of any crimes from the beginning that it seems silly that charges were filed against him at all. We also have Jussie Smollett who is so blatantly guilty it requires an extremely biased mindset to take his defense seriously, let alone think that he should be acquitted.
The problem with these two cases isn’t the validity of the verdicts. Rittenhouse was acquitted and Smollett will likely be convicted. The problem is having them back-to-back allows the Cultural Marxists and race-baiters of this nation, of which there are growing numbers in both camps, to claim racism drove both verdicts. They will say that if Rittenhouse was Black that he would have been found guilty and if Smollett was White he would have been found innocent.
These false narratives occurring in close temporal proximity means we are likely going to see rioting far worse than what we saw following the Rittenhouse verdict alone. It’s a tale of two righteous verdicts that will be perverted to potentially start a race war unlike anything we’ve see since the Civil Rights movement. That seems to be the goal of whoever is pulling the strings, aided and abetted by corporate media and the Democrat Party (and, if you believe my conspiratorial acquaintance, George Soros and other globalists).
The truth about these two cases actually does demonstrate discrimination… in the opposite direction. If Rittenhouse was Black, he would not have been charged. I guarantee it. The videos showed he was defending himself. If three White men attacked a Black man and got shot in the process, there is no way charges would have been filed. As for Smollett, the entire nation would be against him if he were White. There wouldn’t be a “Smollett Camp” the way Black Lives Matter and other groups are forming in preparation for his guilty verdict. Nearly 100% of Americans would have lambasted him for trying to con the nation.
While those two cases have been getting plenty of publicity, the Ghislaine Maxwell trial is getting radio silence. It should be the biggest criminal trial of them all with minute-by-minute updates and analyses. There should be protesters lining the streets by the courthouse demanding that the elites who partook in Maxwell’s and Jeffrey Epstein’s perverse parties be exposed to the public. Instead, Rittenhouse is still making headlines during his victory tour and Smollett’s trial is dividing Americans along largely racial lines.
Twitter has been banning accounts that give away too much information about what’s happening at the trial, including one account dedicated to trial updates:
On Wednesday, the largest Twitter account specifically tracking the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell was suspended on Twitter, with the social media platform stating that it was suspended for “artificially amplifying information.”
The account was reportedly suspended for violating Twitter rules against platform manipulation and spam, according to The Free Press Report substack.
Corporate media isn’t touching it and if they were, they’d report pretty much no names of interest. Why? Because they’re being redacted.
Even if I hadn’t spent the last few months diving into conspiracy theories, today would have been the one that pushed me over the edge to start thinking it’s all rigged against the people. Seriously, this is a top tier conspiracy that’s only getting talked about on sites that I never would have visited last year. Today, I’m visiting them because I can’t find the truth anywhere else. Whatever could and should have been revealed from the Maxwell trial will apparently be swept under the rug and into the memory hole of the elitist protection racket.
Last and very far from least, we have the fate of Roe v. Wade being decided by the Supreme Court. This is the case that will be felt by every American whether they realize it or not. If federal approval of abortion is finally overturned, the states will all jump into action to define abortion laws in their states. California is already preparing for “abortion tourism” as a “sanctuary” if Roe v. Wade is overturned:
California Considers Funding Abortion Tourism as Part of Plan to Become ‘Sanctuary’ If Roe Overturned
California is considering funding abortions for out-of-state women as part of a 45-part proposal to expand abortion accessibility if Roe v. Wade is overturned.
The California Future of Abortion Council, started by Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, and made up of abortion providers and advocacy groups, published recommendations “to protect, strengthen, and expand abortion care in California” in early December. Toni Atkins, the San Diego Democrat who leads the state Senate, helped to develop the recommendations, according to The Associated Press.
“We’ll be a sanctuary,” Newsom said, according to ABC News. “We are looking at ways to support that inevitability and looking at ways to expand our protections.”
If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade in its Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision, states may have greater latitude to restrict abortions in the first six months of pregnancy. While states like California are expected to continue offering elective abortions into the late stages of pregnancy, Mississippi and other conservative states would likely limit elective abortions.
There has already been an exodus from many states on an ideological level due to Covid restrictions, mandates, and financial prospects. Overturning Roe v. Wade will deepen the divide, pushing us closer to the hypothetical civil war between conservatives and leftists. I’m not sure how such a war could happen, logistically speaking. But this Supreme Court case seems to be leading us to something wonderful if it’s overturned followed by something terrible as pro-abortionists respond.
The things that ties all four of these cases together is that they further foment tensions that have been spiking for two years. Impeachment(s), the 2020 elections, recalls, border policies, Critical Race Theory, George Floyd, inflation… everyone is already on-edge as the “new normal” of divisiveness was taken its toll. I don’t even have to mention Covid-19. We all know how that has turned our world upside down.
With these court cases being so close to each other, we should prepare for radical upheaval, especially from the provocateurs on the radical left. They will demand major changes as it seems the righteous conclusion to all four cases favors the conservative worldview (though we would love to see a lot more information coming out of the Maxwell trial).
Radicals have been pushing for their revolution since the early days of the Frankfurt Schools nearly a century ago. They’ve never been as close to seeing their goals achieved as they are today. The thing with verdicts is that set off reactions at an exact moment in time. Much of the nation watched and immediately responded once Rittenhouse was acquitted. When word breaks about Smollett’s fate, the nation will immediately respond again. Maxwell’s verdict will not spark the same type of protests that the previous two will have sparked, but the lack of names being named will reverberate for a long time.
Then, there’s the abortion case at the Supreme Court. It could be the crescendo of bubbles bursting and cities burning as radicals launch what they hope to be the opening volley in their revolution.
Verdicts and rulings make some people overjoyed and others enraged. Our nation cannot afford further division, but it seems we’re destined to experience a widening of the chasm very soon.