I don't know if you can call what Hillary is doing a conspiracy. It is being done in the light of day where any fool can see it. It is a problem that many voters are fools because they are spiritually darkened and light cleaves to light and darkness to darkness. People see what she is doing and don't think it is a big deal if they have to face the prospect of a President Trump. Trump may be a better choice than Hillary but it is heartbreaking that he is now the only realistically electable alternative. I am not sure what to think. Mitt Romney was more of a moderate than a conservative but clearly a good man, very qualified to be a competent president, and not a person who would have purposely divided Americans against each other as Obama has. He was clearly a better choice than Obama but too many voters want somebody who will set up the government as their god and caretaker and Obama filled the bill. Unfortunately his brand of government will lead to anarchy, poverty, and loss of liberty if not checked.
I talk to Democrats on occasion and nearly all of them are decent people, relatively speaking, who want things they consider good but most are not religious, or even believers. There have been a number of apostles who were Democrats but it was decades ago and the Democrat party has been hijacked since then. The Republican Party is in the process of being hijacked. Nearly all of the Democrats I talk to are educated and intelligent in a non scriptural sense (intelligence is light and truth), but they repeat the talking points like robots ie; Trump is a racist based on wanting to put the skids on immigration, Trump will get us into a nuclear war, Trump hates women, Trump hates the poor based on the fact he is a rich Republican, and all the other usual garbage. There may be a little truth in what they are saying but you could have inserted any other Republican, even ones where there wasn't a shred of evidence, and they would say the same thing. When intelligent people vote based on decades old fallacies it is a real problem. Most of them won't take the time to listen to you and will talk over any good argument you make by repeating their talking points. It is the classic tactic the Communists, Nazis, Fascists, and all totalitarians use. If you can't win an argument shout down the opposing viewpoint or simply refuse to give it a forum. There are some unchangeable doctrines in their religion 1. Rich white Republicans are racists, sexists, and hate the poor. 2. Guns are evil and criminals are criminals because of poverty. 3. Abortion is a right because only a woman has the right to control her own body. A man has no say in the fate of his unborn child. 4. Homosexuals are born to be what they are and nothing can change it. There a lot of others but you get the point.
The Democrat base is largely uneducated poor minorities, intellectuals working outside the private sector, media wonks, so-called journalists, entertainers, lawyers, a few mega rich Wall Street types, like George Soros, and Warren Buffet, and professors. Those intellectuals are ideologues whose politics are their religion and they brain wash the uneducated masses into thinking the government is their only hope.
Conservatives tend to be people who own their own homes, believe in religious freedom even when they aren't religious, work in the private sector, own small businesses, believe in traditional families, believe that the right to own and control your own property is absolutely essential to being free, and believe in limited government because an overly powerful central government will eventually lead to tyranny and a loss of liberty.
Church members who vote for liberals are casting votes that are counter productive to things church members should uphold. If this offends any of our Courgarfan friends then I am sorry for being offensive but nobody will ever convince me that I am wrong about any of this. There are exceptions to everything I have said but in general I believe I am absolutely correct.