R/Conspiracy's front page realizes Trump sold them a lie. Even the Russian bots couldnt downvote this truth into oblivion.

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14 Mar 2018 07:34 - +2932
It took them over a year to realize they were supporting the sitting US president and every branch of the government.
14 Mar 2018 08:24 - +1663
I was gonna type something incredibly snarky, but then I realized I should just shut up and be happy that this person realized they were conned.
14 Mar 2018 07:26 - +955
So I just read through the front page, and it seems like quite a lot of dissent right now. If that sub is turning on trump, wow
14 Mar 2018 07:42 - +647
If only we could've known Trump was a lowlife, sleazebag decades and decades beforehand. Goodness!
14 Mar 2018 07:43 - +325
Guys, Im starting to think that believing every half-baked conspiracy theory hook line and sinker, without any critical thought involved, purely because it fits into your confirmation bias is a bad idea.
14 Mar 2018 07:18 - +197
That is some serious reckoning. *Eerie music* Trump... was... the... conspiracy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
14 Mar 2018 11:09 - +138
Don’t censor my name, im not ashamed or afraid to take a little heat
14 Mar 2018 08:50 - +123
How anyone ever believed his obviously empty promises, I’ll never understand. He was obviously the vampire god of their imaginary swamp, and they let him right in.
14 Mar 2018 07:29 - +109
The day the bots became self-aware.
14 Mar 2018 10:24 - +108
It took way longer than it should have, but it was inevitable that r/conspiracy would give in eventually. For decades conspiracy theorists have been at the fringes claiming they had uncovered shadowy, nefarious activities. So when they were finally confronted with an actual conspiracy, with evidence, that was being seriously discussed in the mainstream, they didn't know how to handle it. They really thought Trump was gonna be the guy to blow the lid wide open on the "deep state" and vindicate their beliefs. Instead, it's finally starting to sink in for them that they unwittingly helped a conspiracy to take place. Their beliefs made them the perfect tool for propagandists to worm a compromised outsider into the very top of the system. This timeline is stranger than fiction.
14 Mar 2018 08:39 - +56
This is what happens when you think Russia Today is a reliable source
14 Mar 2018 08:06 - +37
I do not regret my ban from that sub. It’s actually been really pleasant
14 Mar 2018 09:29 - +35
So... appointing the billionaire CEO of Exxon-Mobil as Secretary of State was ok. But replacing him with the former congressman who was director of the CIA for less than a year... that’s too much? Where in the fuck is the line?
14 Mar 2018 09:51 - +21
That sub was compromised by Russian agents over a year ago. The only mods left are Trump Trolls with year old accounts.
14 Mar 2018 10:13 - +17
What I don't understand is how the conspiracy regarding Russia's interference in the 2016 election isn't bigger news to them. Like for fucksake why are people not over there pushing this. Like this is shit that actually happened.
14 Mar 2018 09:36 - +14
[Link to post](https://www.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/84541j/we_were_sold_a_lie/)
14 Mar 2018 10:19 - +13
I miss the old days when r/Conspiracy was about governments spraying people with chem-trails and aliens working with ghosts to bleed out cows.
14 Mar 2018 11:23 - +9
You know, I like good ol' fashioned conspiracy theories. Your JFKs, moon landings, UFOs, free masons, mk ultra and the Hollywood machine, the military-industrial-intelligence complex, even 911 truth, and yes a teensy tiny bit of reptilians for fun. Imagine how excited I was when coming to Reddit to find out that there was a whole sub just to talk about conspiracies! Ooooo buddy! Then imagine my disappointment when I learned that it was actually just an alt-right, pizza gate, sandy hook denying, trump circle jerk. Feelsbadman.jpg
14 Mar 2018 10:41 - +8
US is becoming a mirror image of Russia.
14 Mar 2018 11:20 - +8
I love how every little group of Trump supporters has a red line that gets them. They were fine with the racism and xenophobia, the rambling, the cronyism, the incoherent speeches, the unqualified cabinet picks, and so on but: "He's gonna take my vidya games? He's gonna take my guns? He appointed a CIA member to lead the CIA? Rabble! Rabble! Rabble!"
14 Mar 2018 12:14 - +7
For those who can't read this on mobile: >Trump supporters- do you see it yet? I saw it months ago, the man i supported lied to us. The swamp will never be drained, in fact its thriving. A CIA director just became one of the most important pieces of our federal government. A deputy director who was personally involved in torture and destruction of evidence now runs the largest spy organization both domestic and foreign. This forum has become nearly as bad as /r/thedonald as of late. I know I'm gonna get downvoted. I know I'm gonna catch shit. But I cant sit here and let this just get swept under the rug. Edit: formatting
14 Mar 2018 10:44 - +6
What does this prove besides non trump supporters use that subreddit?
14 Mar 2018 12:24 - +6
I'm an old school x-files guy. The fact that the conspiracy sub is one of the biggest supporters of a clearly evil American government drives me nuts. Motherfucker is right in the middle of an honest to God conspiracy, but they refuse to believe it. Wtf guys. You're not supposed to trust the government, let alone be its biggest, blinders supporters.
14 Mar 2018 10:07 - +6
Trump supporters who actually wanted the swamp drained are few and far between, the swamp most trump supporters had in mind was the non-white, non-Christian, non-patriarchal swamp that makes up 70% of America. They have no values or desires outside of the oppression of people different from them.
14 Mar 2018 12:14 - +4
I *almost* feel bad for some of these people. They believed in something so strongly just to have it all come crashing down. I truly hope this embarrassment has changed their lives for the better and turned them into decent people who, you know, don’t want to see people suffer because money and guns.
14 Mar 2018 12:15 - +4
The problem is, the fact Trump is a chronic bullshitter doesn't make these people question their views. If anything, it reinforces them. When. Will they realise that the right is only interested in their vote to screw them over.
14 Mar 2018 10:41 - +4
If you are like myself and enjoy reading about facts backing up real conspiracies there's /r/actualconspiracies. Funnily enough I originally subbed to r/conspiracy a long while ago for the mythological kind of stuff like yetis, UFOs, etc. Not this racial and jewish hate BS which started to crop up 2 years ago.
14 Mar 2018 12:16 - +3
Putin for President and Trump for Vice President. ... Make Russia Great Again. .. hahah inbred, weak minded Republicans
14 Mar 2018 11:01 - +3
Oh whatever, they are hopeless. Tomorrow they will just start believing the shiny new bullshit coming out of Trumpov's Putin cock holster. [Gay clown Putin](http://i0.kym-cdn.com/entries/icons/original/000/022/643/gayputy.JPG)
14 Mar 2018 11:29 - +2
As heartening as it is to see stuff like this, it REALLY makes me wonder where these people’s heads have been buried for the past year. Like, what exactly is the tipping point for them? I didn’t think there was one.
14 Mar 2018 10:29 - +2
more specifically that forum has BECOME t_d as of late.
14 Mar 2018 10:42 - +2
It's already gotten swept under the rug the second he was able to pull the "She's a woman" card.
14 Mar 2018 09:27 - +2
To his credit he took the red pill and is now woke. It is it the blue pill? I can never remember.

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