The most important event since the 2008 Presidential Election happens next Tuesday, so far as Obama conspiracy theories are concerned.
For the country as a whole, the outcome of the election is seen as confidence in President Obama’s leadership, or as the beginning of the end of civilization as we know it. I don’t want to go there, but readers who do might enjoy these two thoughtful articles at The Atlantic. (Don’t be put off by the titles.)
I see a Romney victory as the effective end of the birther movement. WorldNetDaily finds other topics to exploit, Orly Taitz finds no one interested in her cases any more, and I go looking for work (unpaid volunteer, of course).
An Obama victory launches an entirely new phase in the birther movement (BM) in my view. Given that birthers are denialists at heart, they will certainly deny the election results with new conspiracy theories that the election was fraudulent and that Obama really didn’t win. WorldNetDaily is already sowing these seeds now. We may see strident calls from birthers for impeachment of Obama, so far a long shot due to Obama’s squeaky clean administration.
The only thing that I am sure of is that the birthers will surprise me. They always have.