TV censors freak out when Stephen Colbert draws this Venn diagram explaining Trump conspiracies
The right-wing media manages to craft some of the most creative conspiracy theories. That’s why Stephen Colbert sought out a Glenn Beck-style chalkboard to explain the conspiracies behind Hillary Clinton.
According to Donald Trump, Clinton is being given every possible advantage by the left-wing media, particularly when it comes to labeling Trump a sexual predator. Aside from the media bias itself, Trump assumes the media is covering up the fact that Clinton is using debate-enhancing drugs to crush him during the debates.
It makes sense, however, according to Colbert. He replayed the portion of the first debate where Clinton cited Michelle Obama’s message “when they go low, we go high.” Except, Trump had dubbed over it so that it said, “when they go low, we get high.”
Fraudulent voters, the media, drugs and women all contribute to the Clinton-quadruple attack against Donald Trump. “That’s just the tip of the iceberg. Trump knows these accusations of sexual misconduct are really being concocted by sinister forces,” Colbert noted. He then played a clip of Trump talking “about the massive international corruption of the Clinton machine,” specifically citing the Wikileaks documents showing Clinton’s “secret meetings with international banks” for the purpose of plotting “the destruction of U.S. sovereignty” and help out Clinton donors.
Thanks to the International Conspiracy Board, Colbert was able to draw a circle around “the media” and “the Clinton Machine.” He also drew a circle around “international bankers and special interests,” which intersects with the Clinton Machines. This is all to pave over Wikileaks. It all connects to Donald Trump to point the blame. “This is happening!” Colbert said, emphasizing his point with dots and short lines around the circles.
“Oh my God! Oh my God” Colbert exclaimed. “The plot to make him look like a sexual harasser is coming from inside Donald Trump’s penis! Now, I’m going to go out on a limb here and guess that CBS blurred some or all of this image,” he said. Though, as you can see below, it was just the tip. “But I can assure you, like a rearview mirror, objects on this chalkboard are smaller than they appear.”
Check out the hilarious video below: