Presidential Conspiracy Theories You Should Know About
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Presidential Conspiracy Theories You Should Know About

Conspiracy theories seem to be becoming a social base. Including aliens, to doppelgangers, to fake suicides, to missing children, and even underground cults, there’s more or less a hoax for everything. And while it might seem a bit odd, no one above is included in conspiracy theories or believes in one. Not even the President of the United States of America.

The Illuminati

According to the conspiracists, back in the 1800s, the Illuminati were responsible for trying to influence influential members of the public. In this scenario, it was the Illuminati that used strings to get Thomas Jefferson elected in the first place. At the time of Jefferson’s election, the Federalists, who part of Jefferson’s opponents, believed that Thomas Jefferson not only a member of the Illuminati. But an Independent leader of the Illuminati group.

Pearl Harbor

The strike on Pearl Harbor is seen by many as a trigger. That propelled the United States towards World War II. The incident was catastrophic to the United States and was unforeseen -unless you were a conspiracy nut. However, the key conspiracy theory is that Franklin Roosevelt, not only learned of Japan’s intention to attack Pearl Harbor. But also let it happen in his effort to go to war towards Germany.

Hurricane Sandy

A prevailing theory suggests that the 44th President Obama generated Hurricane Sandy to raise coverage in his favor. Furthermore, the hypothesis that Obama utilized his presidential authority to order the use of a military research program called the High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP). This is to change the Earth’s ionosphere to trigger a disaster.