There have been conspiracy theories regarding such events for longer than I’ve been alive and some are still active, for instance the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Acting as though conspiracy theories are something new or uniquely embarrassing is actually sort of stupid. If one doesn’t care for it, one doesn’t have to participate or even read about it, now does one?
If you look into conspiracy theories there is compelling evidence for all of them.
You think the government and media tell the truth?
No, they lie to fit their agenda.
JFK, 9/11, Roswell, Benghazi, the Clintons, all legitimate conspiracy theories with questions that NEED TO BE ANSWERED.
We know now that it was Ted Cruz’s dad who killed Kennedy, and George W. Bush, who just happened to be in town at the time but never accounted for that time, was complicit in the assassination.
We need to point out the people who shame and ridicule normal discussion about these crazy scenarios; these are the people to watch out for.
FReepers found out the Charlottesville perps were CIA/State Dept stooges within 24 hours.
Pearl Harbor vets heard about the burning chimneys at the Jap Embassy the day before Pearl and wondered if FDR didn’t allow it to get us into the war — they weren’t called conspiracy theorists, but normal thinking Americans.
Likewise, no one was calling people who questioned if Eisenhower was involved with the weird death of Patton “conspiracy theorists”... it’s just the normal way to try to think through these events in a free society.
Shame on these RINO freaks who want to force feed these idiotic MSM/Deep State narratives.