You Know These Are All Debunked Hillary Conspiracy Theories, Right?
According to Psychology Today, “conspiracy theories tap into some of our deepest desires, fears, and assumptions about the world, and resonate with our brain’s built-in quirks and foibles. In proposing that events are carefully controlled from behind the scenes, for example, conspiracy theories fit neatly with the intentionality bias—our tendency to assume that ambiguous events happened on purpose. By explaining significant events as the result of grand conspiracies, they tap into our assumption that big events have big causes. And by ceaselessly connecting otherwise unrelated dots, they satisfy our never-ending quest to explain what’s happening in the world around us.”
Clinton doesn’t control the media. There is no massive election rigging. Dead people aren’t voting. It’s just that Trump is losing support and so he’s preying on our inner demons. And our unfortunate tendency to believe this kind of nonsense.
“I don’t care what facts I read, Hillary is a crook and nothing will change my mind.”
Perhaps you are just looking to rationalize the fact that you don’t like her? If that’s true, just come out and say so. It’s a lot more honorable than peddling the snake oil we’ve listed above.