Remember a time when the term “shadow government” would bring snide comments like, “Where’s your tin foil hat?” and “You’re just a conspiracy theorist!”
According to Wikipedia, the definition of SHADOW GOVERNMENT is:
The shadow government (cryptocracy, secret government, or invisible government) is a family of conspiracy theories based on the notion that real and actual political power resides not with publicly elected representatives (for example, the United States Congress) but with private individuals who are exercising power behind the scenes, beyond the scrutiny of democratic institutions. According to this belief, the official elected government is in reality subservient to the shadow government who are the true executive power.
Shadow government theories often propose that the government is secretly controlled by foreign elements (such as aliens or the Vatican and Jesuits), internal minorities (such as the Jews, moneyed interests and central banks, or Freemasons), or globalist elites and supranational organizations, who seek to manipulate policy or conquer the world.
Guess what? As more truth is allowed to filter in through alternative media and leaked documents, it turns out that most of the “conspiracy theorists” are being able to say I TOLD YOU SO more and more. Every day it seems a new “conspiracy” is being proven true. Maybe the term “conspiracy theorist” needs to be changed to “someone not too lazy to do some research instead of burying their head in the sand”.
As it turns out, according to the FBI’s own records, another “conspiracy” has been proven true. In the documents that have been publicly released relating to the Hillary Clinton investigation, the FBI talks about a “shadow government” that “meets every Wednesday to discuss FOIA process, Congressional records, and everything CLINTON-related” … hmmmm. What do you think that means?
This information can be viewed in full on page 56 of FBI.gov’s vault in Hillary’s investigation. If the FBI knows about the “shadow government” and who is involved in it… does that make them “conspiracy theorists”?