Boy, did I ever pick the wrong week to go on vacation… I’ve got a grand total of FIFTY-NINE drops to get through – the most I’ve ever attempted – in this post, on top of going over all that’s developed (and believe me; it’s tremendous). Before we begin, however, I want to apologize for the delay. I was travelling all day, and I caught a wicked ear infection which only got worse the last two days I was on vacation; so bad in fact, it woke me up at 4 AM today. I was in literal tears, and ended up taking 10 Advil over the course of the day (with 4 happening in the first dose – don’t worry, I’m a sizable dude – one who just ate four soft-pretzels, in fact) , as well as immersing my head under hot water (which helped a LOT), among other over-the-counter solutions. Thankfully, I feel like the pain and swelling is beginning to wane as my body fights back, so at least I can focus now, without feeling like someone is jabbing a Phillips-head screwdriver in my ear canal.
All-in-all, vacation was very good. I tried to stay on top of things as they landed, and I have to thank you guys for your patience and allowing me some time to rest, recuperate, and enjoy time with my family.
I did manage to come away with some shots of some cool memorabilia, which I think you guys may appreciate:
First up, a #JFK poster I spotted at a local memorabilia shop:
Second, Jackie-O’s gold cuffs – worth over $100,000 – just a few miles from the poster:
Just some cool stuff, I think, considering everything we’re trying to do here.
Anyway, let’s not waste any more time! Let’s pick up where we left off, starting with post 1996:
The QAnon conspiracy theory has surged into mainstream news these past weeks. Several “Q” supporters wore T-shirts and held signs at a recent Trump rally in Florida. Last week, a prominent promoter of the QAnon theory had his photo taken with President Trump in the White House.
A new Gallup poll has some folks excitedly tweeting that President Trump’s reelection chances are similar to those of Barack Obama and Bill Clinton before him – both of whom, you may recall, did get reelected – but the more important story is what Gallup concludes about the depths of Trump’s historic unpopularity.
T-t-t-t-today’s secret word, Pee-Wee, is “UNPOPULAR!”
Think the CIA has a computer like Conky, only programmed to hurl invective at Trump and his supporters?
(Spoiler: They had 7).
Are we 2spooky, Q?
By now we should all know that Snowden was a CIA plant used to expose NSA surveillance tools; tools which, once compromised, nearly blinded the NSA and allowed #TheCabal to set to work on the Iran deal. Presumably, “Snowden2” is a similar double-agent/contractor who was secretly looking to expose modern NSA tools and set them back in this war, but this individual got caught and wasn’t able to fulfill their mission. Presumably, they are now in prison somewhere.
Anyway, #Anons quickly connected [Snowden2] to this drop and “The Shadow Brokers,” from earlier in the year:
Here’s the article Q cited in that old drop, just for reference purposes:
“These leaks have been incredibly damaging to our intelligence and cyber capabilities,” said Leon E. Panetta, the former defense secretary and director of the Central Intelligence Agency. “The fundamental purpose of intelligence is to be able to effectively penetrate our adversaries in order to gather vital intelligence.
The agency has active investigations into at least three former N.S.A. employees or contractors. Two had worked for T.A.O.: a still publicly unidentified software developer secretly arrested after taking hacking tools home in 2015, only to have Russian hackers lift them from his home computer; and Harold T. Martin III, a contractor arrested last year when F.B.I. agents found his home, garden shed and car stuffed with sensitive agency documents and storage devices he had taken over many years when a work-at-home habit got out of control, his lawyers say. The third is Reality Winner, a young N.S.A. linguist arrested in June, who is charged with leaking to the news site The Intercept a single classified report on a Russian breach of an American election systems vendor.
One thing, in all of this, should be clear: this is an ongoing struggle.
One #anon thought this might be related to the crash outside NSA HQ which you might remember from earlier this year:
And it’s entirely possible. If inserted late last year, they may have only been uncovered early this year.
Authorities are investigating an incident that has been reported near the National Security Agency’s headquarters in Fort Meade, Maryland, according to police.
The car tried to ram the gate, and three people ended up being shot as a result of the altercation.
You may be wondering why this seemingly keeps on happening. Well, for one, our foe is very clever, so you can’t underestimate him. Secondly, the thing most people (wrong) assume about security is that it’s this binary thing. Something is either “secure” or “insecure.”
You have to have layers of redundancy, and fail-safes, and procedures and fallbacks in case it really hits the fan. It’s just not as simple as locking your front door at night.
Maybe it will be easier to explain with an (admittedly limited) analogy. Whenever you go to make a password on most sites these days, you’ll see a “Strength” meter telling you how strong your password is. Red usually means weak, and Green usually means strong. The more complex the password, the stronger it usually is.
Well, I used to have this linux hacking cd I could insert into people’s computers, and I could use it to crack the admin passwords on the system and log in and do whatever I wanted (don’t worry; I never did anything malicious. It was just kind of a cool comp sci experiment). See, this disc had something on it called “rainbow tables.” Basically, it’s a list of every single character you could enter into a field, and the CD would just run through each character in the list, until it had tried literally every combination of characters available.
So if you password was something like:
It would load the table for the first letter.
It would run – A, B, C, D, etc… until it landed on the right character: M
Then it would move to the next letter, and start over: A, B, C, D…. until it got to y.
And so on, until it filled in all the blanks.
(At least… I think that’s how it worked. That’s certainly what it looked like it was doing at the time).
Anyway, using rainbow tables is actually a really basic, tried-and-true method of brute-forcing a password, but to see that all it required was me downloading an iso, burning it to a disc, and booting that disk from whatever computer I wanted…
Well, it was wild to watch, and reinforced the importance of using randomly generated passwords for everything I do.
For instance, my Neon Revolt-related passwords would take a normal computer something like 39,119 quadragintillion years to crack.
Perhaps. But it’s no harder for me than using a weaker one, and I might as well enjoy the extra security knowing only something like a quantum computer could brute force it.
So what’s the point I’m trying to make? Security requires complexity. It’s a process with which one must actively engage. Nothing is ever entirely secure, there are only degrees of security.
MyComputerPassword123 can be broken pretty easily; maybe even in a matter of hours.
The various Neon Revolt passwords would generally require a generational leap in technology, and the universe would probably experience heat death before the password could be cracked.
Now that’s an example showing incredible extremes – from EZ-PZ, to “DEAR GOD, WHY?!” but there’s a spectrum of security levels in between.
Now, apply that to an agency filled with top minds, where they standardize best practices, deal with incredible tech across a variety of platforms (some of which are orbiting the earth and which may or may not be loaded with kinetic tungsten bars – aka, “Rods of God,” mind you), and yeah… things get hairy pretty quick.
Now throw in Clowns trying to thwart you at every turn.
I think you’re starting to get the picture.
WE are the biggest threat right now. That is why WE are being targeted.
The Clowns are basically relying on some basic human psychology for these stories to work. Last week, you’ll remember this story:
While sipping wine and enjoying dinner one chilly evening in February, Kim Holmberg’s boyfriend Blake Sohn told her with a straight face that he’d found an online thread claiming to have substantial evidence that Hillary Clinton is a pedophile. “I was horrified,” Holmberg says. “I said, ‘That’s absolutely insane.
It’s basically an attempt to shame and isolate. People, while not quite “herd animals,” don’t like standing out from the crowd. It feels unsafe and uncertain.
The current posts – about the “unpopularity” of Q and Trump – are designed to make you (and anyone else who may be on the fence) think twice before… well, reading more, getting involved on a forum, talking to that friend you know follows Q, etc.
Of course, yours truly stopped giving a flying you-know-what a looooooong time ago, though – and that’s really the only way to overcome this kind of thing. Flip ’em the big-fat-bird, and tell ’em to take a long walk off a short pier.
Let me get even more personal here, for a moment.
I “came out” in support for Trump in… it was either late 2015, or early 2016. It shocked my longtime friends. They thought I was joking at first, but after having examined the issues… No, it was no joke.
And when they realized that, they were even more horrified.
I watched my “friend count” on social media dwindle. I lost more than 60 friends that year.
But gaddangit, I became addicted to sh*tposting and the exhilaration that came from finally being able to speak my mind. It was like I had held my tongue for the past 8, maybe even 16 years – as things just seemed to fall apart in every conceivable domain. Society was rotting from the inside, and no one had the guts to point out that the proverbial emperor was naked.
And that’s about when I started Neon Revolt on Facebook.
Even as my “friend count” continued to erode, I gained a literal legion of new friends. A community was born, because I was saying things other people actually related to. Where before I had no likeminded companions, I suddenly found myself surrounded by a veritable army of really excellent people.
And even as I faced repeated censorship across platforms (eventually inspiring me to make my own here, where the self-appointed Silicon Valley oligarchs couldn’t shut me up), that community grew.
And now, honestly – there’s no way you’re ever going to convince me that QAnon isn’t popular, and that real, tried-and-true traditional Americanism isn’t on the rise. I have over 13,000 subscribers to the site alone. I broke 7,000 on Gab this week, and across various other platforms, what I write here instantly reaches over 20,000 people the second I hit “publish.”
I’m outperforming many dying newspapers these days just because I refused to stop, and I refused to shut up.
Maybe I’m just stubborn like that, but at a certain point, I got tired of being pushed around – by life, by other people’s opinions, by this “Politically correct” code-of-silence that forced you to lie and comply, until you were completely beaten down into submission.
At a certain point, I realized being quiet and deferential wasn’t working. Liberal, leftist society wasn’t going to extend me the same respect I had always wanted to show people, and in fact, it had become an existential threat to me, my family, and my future.
The time had come to risk standing alone (and really, by then, I had nothing left to lose because this sick society had pretty much already ripped it all away from me) and start punching back.
I began to relish every shriek of horror, every sneer of Leftist disdain. They became progress markers for me, and I began to realize how much FUN I was having.
And that may be the biggest secret of all in all this.
See, the Clowns and #TheCabal want you weak. They want you isolated. They want you to think it’s a hopeless situation, so why even bother showing up for the fight. Do you really think they’d give you free advice on how to be happy, healthy, and successful?
Oh, but it’s so much more glorious to come ready for battle.
True, it may feel more dangerous (and may indeed actually be more dangerous)…
But you’re no longer living on their terms when you choose to stand up and fight. You’ve gone from slave, to free warrior.
And you’re making them think twice about ever messing with you and yours again, because you’re going to ensure it costs them something.
LOL No, of course they didn’t. It’s a fake poll!
This is basically how I feel about #NoName at this point:
While I’d like to know all the juicy deets as much as anyone else, I can live with knowing that he did not escape.
I will never not laugh at this video:
This was the moment the media – as part of the ARM – had the rug yanked out from under them. We’ve previously talked about the strategic moves white hats made to ensure election integrity. The #MockingbirdMedia – with their fake polls, and the constant refrains of “I’m with her” – were dependent on vote rigging to prove that their polls were “right” after-the-fact.
They’ve never been so astronomically wrong in their entire existence.
They were using polls to lie to us.
And then hide that fact with rigged elections.
Let that really sink in.
What I believe Q is saying here is that, sadly, many people would not understand, for instance, if they were told rogue actors launched a false flag attack in an effort to create a war. People tend to like simple answers, and have simple feelings towards their nation. We’re dealing with evil masterminds here.
#QTeam has to play this very smart, so as to not create unnecessary blowback on the international stage, while at the same time making sure enough is exposed to either send these criminals to their grave, or lock them up for the rest of their lives.
It’s a very fine line to walk.
Nellie is a clooooooowwwwnnn.
Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert doubled down after the FBI dismissed claims that a Chinese state-owned company hacked former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email server. ‘[P]artisan politics, sadly, are very much at play within some of the leadership at the FBI,” the Texas congressman said in a statement late Wednesday.
Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert doubled down after the FBI dismissed claims that a Chinese state-owned company hacked former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
In his overnight statement, Gohmert argued it was the ICIG — not the FBI — that discovered the breach. He said the FBI conveniently omitted that detail.
“It’s not surprising that the FBI ‘has not found any evidence’ regarding Clinton’s servers being breached,” Gohmert, R-Texas, said. “It was the Obama-appointed Intelligence Community Inspector General that discovered the breach. It was not the FBI that found it, so their statement was technically correct, but very deceptive in its omission.”
Here’s the full article anon linked:
The US Department of Justice may charge a former NSA contractor with espionage after discovering top secret documents and enough highly sensitive data to fill 10,000 DVDs at his home in Maryland. Retired US Navy officer Harold Thomas Martin III, 51, has been dubbed ‘the second Snowden’ by the press.
As for “Marathon Media,” I’m going to say what I said on gab, and be the contrarian here. No, I don’t think it’s a reference to that French media company (or whatever it was).
I think it was autocorrect.
I’ve had the exact same autocorrect happen to me on more than one occasion when I’ve been typing on my phone. Mockingbird often autocorrects to Marathon – especially if you’re using any kind of “flow” typing input.
Obviously, I’ll correct this if I find out I’m wrong at a later date, but I really don’t think I am. Q has been know to use a number of mobile devices, and he has also been known to have a typo or two when trying to communicate with his phone. I think this is just a case of autocorrect gone haywire.
Okay, I see it now.
It’s not so much to get support for Trump to declassify everything as it is an effort to get all the mindless lefties in the universe to support Sessions and Huber, because they are supposedly obstructing Trump. And the more obstructions for Trump, the better – at least in their mind.
Q, I think it’s a little much to expect people who don’t even know what gender they are when they wake up in the morning (despite what the mirror may be telling them) to think that many steps ahead, but maybe that’s just my disdain for lefties coloring my perception here. We’ll do it your way.
So… if I’m reading this correctly, Huber has swamp-cleaning duty, and they’re trying to get the public/media behind him.
He’s the one whose team is issuing all those sealed indictments. His work will lead to a clean DOJ, FBI, and NY AG.
At least, I hope it will.
You guys going to mess with Cuomo in NY at all, Q? It would be nice to see that dirtbag go down. Molinaro v. Nixon would be interesting to watch.
Anyway, BIG always refers to Big Tech – at least as far as I can tell.
Here’s footage of the whole rally:
And then came the #BOOMS:
You may recall the original “Snow White” posts, all the way back in January:
The short of it is… Snow White is a series of supercomputers run by the CIA, with each one named for each of the seven dwarves. They combine machine learning, advanced AI, and natural language systems to basically shill boards and forums all day – creating voices that not only (usually) pass the Turing test, but which seed ideas, push the overton window, and create a consensus where none would otherwise exist.
Each of the “dwarves” has a different personality. For instance, Grumpy is exactly as he sounds. He’ll insult and berate you for “wrongthink,” and then maybe Dopey will swoop in after a minute or two and offer you a “nice” way to admit you were wrong. This is called “consensus cracking,” and it’s an advanced forum sliding mechanism.
The basic idea is to get more than one (but ideally more than five) “voices” agreeing with each other until real, living people start chiming in and agreeing. This helps crush dissent as well, and thus, it will move a forum’s conversation in the way the programmers want it to go. It’s how you radicalize and demoralize people.
Now this… this is a whopper of an image, clocking in at over 10 mb, so I hosted it over at catbox.moe. The full sized link is below, and I highly recommend you read through this all:
Full Size: https://files.catbox.moe/m73xvp.png
The basic gist is that one Anon started picking up on certain trends, and identifying certain “voices” on /CBTS/ – the board that was used after /pol/ but before /qresearch/.
Thinking these voices were human, he started to troll the voices over several days, across several threads, even going so far as to give them names like “Grumpy” and “Doc.”
The trolling was so effective, the one bot had a sort of neural short, and actually admitted to being a bot. Is this the first instance of a program becoming self-aware?
Do Androids dream of Electric Memes?
(Now, understand: the bots were assigned to behave like Nazis, and scare away any potential curious eyes, as well as demote the forum’s search ranking, so they used a whole range of offensive terms and imagery), but the whole thing ended like this:
11/30/2017 – the day Anons broke a CIA supercomputer with trolling and memes.
Then came the next salvo of #BOOMS!
Hal Turner had a lot to say about all of this, and his article is a really great read (apart from the naive view that the CIA are good guys who need their tech to work, and that we’re all in danger right now because none of it is working):
Details Category: U.S. National News Thursday, 30 August 2018 18:24 Hits: 154110 44 Comments UPDATED 10:38 PM EDT (FRIDAY) SEE BOTTOM Seven mainframe computers inside the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) are now offline for an unknown reason. The loss of computing has also caused a significant number of US Spy Satellites to go offline.
Main Frames “Snow White” 3, 4, 6 and 7 are offline.
Sats Offline include: Corona 1,4, 8, & 16 are dark. (NOTE: CORONA SATS ARE THE DIGITAL “KEYHOLE” REPLACEMENTS FOR THE ORIGINAL DECOMMISSIONED PROGRAM OF THE SAME NAME.)
Additional Sat. Offline: Big bird 9 — “KH-9 (BYEMAN codename HEXAGON), commonly known as Big Bird or Keyhole-9, was a series of photographic reconnaissance satellites launched by the United States between 1971 and 1986.”\
Sources from the Intelligence Community now confirming to me several mainframes are, in fact, offline and several spy satellites are dark. Techs working furiously to find out what happened and fix it.
Internal assessment thinking is “Someone targeted our spy satellite systems specifically. Someone is now moving certain things they don’t want us to see being moved. This unexpected eventuality is major trouble on every level.”
UPDATE 10:38 PM EDT FRIDAY 31 AUG. —
The CIA has been trying to restart the super-computer mainframes. They got three to re-start – and they immediately crashed again! Four others are simply not restarting at all.
SIGINT and SATCOM capabilities REMAIN SEVERELY COMPROMISED.
This is now just over 24 full hours that much of our Intelligence Community communications capabilities globaly, REMAIN DEAD.
Amazing times we live in, and this is made all the more amazing by the fact that Hal doesn’t seem to have a clue about Q. He’s independently reporting on this stuff, in real-time. And even now, 24+ hours later, the CIA simply cannot get their supercomputers to restart.
(P.S. – Don’t read this as an endorsement of Hal Turner, please. Let’s just say he has an interesting history. I’m more concerned with him being someone who independently documented this stuff in real time, as far as I can tell).
Now after this point was when 8ch went down momentarily. The Clowns were desperate to retaliate, so they took out the boards for a while.
Which… is… kind of pathetic, when your entire multi-billion-dollar computer systems and satellite systems have been basically destroyed.
The downtime was short-lived, however.
This was that photographic satellite Hal Turner mentioned.
Now this one was confusing for Anons:
Best first explain GCHQ Bude:
Now, GCHQ Bude, as far as I can tell, is connected to the NSA by a number of undersea cables.
Or… at least it was.
Until last night.
This looks like a distress signal from GCHQ Bude to intelligence agencies on CONUS, letting them know the connection was down. At least to my untrained eyes.
V. cool, Q.
HUGE DEVELOPMENT SHOULD KILL MUELLER INVESTIGATION: Bruce Ohr Testimony Reveals Massive DOJ Corruption (VIDEO)
Bruce Ohr Testimony Reveals Massive DOJ Corruption FOX News investigative journalist Catherine Herridge reported on Thursday embattled Justice Department official Bruce Ohr had contact in 2016 with then-colleague Andrew Weissmann, who is now a top Robert Mueller deputy, as well as other senior FBI officials about the controversial anti-Trump dossier and the individuals behind it.
FOX News investigative journalist Catherine Herridge reported on Thursday embattled Justice Department official Bruce Ohr had contact in 2016 with then-colleague Andrew Weissmann, who is now a top Robert Mueller deputy, as well as other senior FBI officials about the controversial anti-Trump dossier and the individuals behind it.
Gregg Jarrett: This is a dramatic and stunning development that should effectively end Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation. And in fact he should immediately fire Andrew Weissman and terminate his special counsel probe.
So a major conflict-of-interest could end this SC investigation immediately… Hmmm…
As far as I can tell, Horizon is a backup system primarily used by the UK, Makes sense this would be activated, given all their other “eyes” are blind right now:
Horizon Technologies to exhibit at DSEI 2017. FlyingFish, Airborne Satellite Monitoring System. Affordable SIGINT solution for manned and unmanned ISR platforms
Embattled Justice Department official Bruce Ohr had contact in 2016 with then-colleague Andrew Weissmann, who is now a top Robert Mueller deputy, as well as other senior FBI officials about the controversial anti-Trump dossier and the individuals behind it, two sources close to the matter told Fox News.
President Trump on Thursday night seemingly issued an ultimatum to the Justice Department and the FBI – either they “start doing their job” or he will “get involved.” The president’s pointed remarks came as he took the stage at a rally in Indiana in support of GOP Senate candidate Mike Braun, who is seeking to unseat Democratic Sen.
Hmm… It’d be nice to see some coverage of this on some other networks besides Fox.
I know Fox is pretty much /ournetwork/ right now, but Lefties never venture here, lest their reality distortion bubble be burst.
I suppose at a certain point, however, the rest of the media will be forced to cover these kinds of happenings, or end up sinking even further into irrelevance.
Trump on Hillary Clinton: “Look at what she is getting away with, but let’s see if she gets away with it.” https://t.co/mKDognyY2I
Nobody escapes! Not even Hillary!
It’s a parody site:
NSA Utah Data Center: Site plan, technical specs, photos, and map. Supporting the Intelligence Community’s efforts to monitor, strengthen and protect the Nation.
Best explanation I saw for Q posting a parody site:
Anon then posted a link to this site:
When I was working on a story about how much information the NSA data center in Utah might actually hold, a colleague sent me a link to this site, suggesting that the NSA was actually pretty transparent about its plans in Bluffdale.
And Q responded:
So… the MSM is latching on to supporting Sessions with fake polls against Trump.
What I don’t understand is… Clowns can read Q’s drops, too…
So why aren’t they pumping the brakes when they read that it’s Q’s plan to get the media and the people to support Sessions, only to pull the rug out from under them?
Oh, I’m plenty woke, Q. I just have a hard time believing the Clowns are so sleepy.
Is it just a kind of momentum? They come up with a gameplan to compensate say, a week or two ahead, but fail to consider all the potential outcomes, and thus, end up making significant mistakes?
Are they being fed bad intel from the inside?
They read the drops, too. That’s what gets me about all of this. If I was a bad guy, and I had “journalists” working for me, spreading propaganda – and my mortal enemy came online and posted something publicly, explaining the next step of his plan, wouldn’t I immediately spring into action, recall the stories, and course-correct?
They can’t possibly be that stupid. There’s got to be more going on here than meets the eye. More than even Q is telling us.
And I understand we’re on a sort of need-to-know basis here. Wouldn’t want to hinder Q’s ability to advance. But I doubt we’ll get a satisfying explanation of what’s happening here until after this is all over, if ever!
Two prosecutors, including an expert in computer crimes, have departed special counsel Robert Mueller’s team investigating links between Russia and associates of President Donald Trump, a spokesman for the special counsel confirmed to CNBC Friday. Ryan Dickey and Brian Richardson appear to have left the team this summer, according to a report by CNN, which first broke the news of the departures.
Ryan Dickey and Brian Richardson appear to have left the team this summer, according to a report by CNN, which first broke the news of the departures. Mueller’s team now has 15 attorneys.
The exits did not have to do with any allegations of wrongdoing or political bias, special counsel spokesman Peter Carr said.
Dickey will continue to work for the Justice Department, and Richardson has taken a position as a research fellow at Columbia Law School.
If there was no hack, then there’s no need for a cyber crimes specialist.
The beauty of the internet is it turns everyone into a node – a broadcaster, and a receiver. Prior to that, traditional tech had people consuming media passively, just as a receiver. The ability to engage with ideas, content, and publish your own is what made the internet radically different from the controlled, corporate media.
The content that traveled the fastest and the furthest across these networks in 2016 were the memes.
Memes destroyed #TheCabal in 2016.
Memes were a visual way of connecting people. They were used to utter “unspeakable” truths (in often hilarious ways). And they spread across networks like wildfire. They still do.
You might remember Hillary’s “Basket of Deplorables” speech, where she tried to stigmatize the memes and the meme makers. You might remember the ADL adding Pepe as a hate symbol to their hate symbol database.
Memes embody “wrongthink” and are instantly consumable. Even if someone disagrees with the content of a meme, they may still get a chuckle out of them – and just the fact that the opposition funnier than their opponent is enough to make them rage.
So, yeah, all the major social media networks have now doubled-down on the censorship. I myself was banned from Twitter for posting a relatively innocuous Sam Hyde meme – and was left with no recourse.
That inspired the move to Gab – and I suspect, given Trump’s recent tone (and a veiled announcement from Gab’s founder, Andrew Torba), that Trump will be making the move to Gab, soon, himself.
Q forgot his images. He added them in the next post:
I mean… sorta like clockwork, Q. This was the woman who was on Hannity on the 29th, saying the exact same thing. I specifically referenced her appearance there in the last article.
But I just… I still don’t quite get it.
This just makes Huber look incompetent. I don’t get how that’s supposed to drum up support for him. Nobody likes a dummy, and Lefties aren’t watching Fox News.
Sure, we see some support for Sessions, but won’t that evaporate now, too, that Q has stated his intentions clearly?
Seems like a lot of effort for low returns.
I like my moves to pay dividends, Q!
Did you ever think you’d see Q reference Cousin Eddie?
Whoops, wrong video.
Here’s the right link:
If you need an explanation of what’s happening here:
So the dude has been blacklisted for his politics, and is now dramatically reading Trump tweets for fun.
Not surprising, given what I know about Hwood. But more on that some other time.
I’d hire him for something, in all honesty. Dude is a great character actor. I bet he’d be a lot of fun to work with.
Well, sir, there’s nothing on earth
Like a genuine,
California’s biggest boondoggle just broke the bank. Not only is the massive high-speed rail project 11 years behind schedule and billions in the red, managers are now saying they will need to ramp up spending to hit a 2033 deadline. California’s money pit cost taxpayers $3.1 million a day last year.
That said, there is surprisingly (or unsurprisingly, depending on how you look at it) little available online regarding this foundation. There’s no website, no real presence anywhere. I found this old USA Today article from 2007 on the subject, but it just kind of goes over their donations:
By Matt Kelley, USA TODAY WASHINGTON – Rep. Rahm Emanuel made millions as an investment banker. Sen. Evan Bayh had leftover cash after two successful campaigns for Indiana governor. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul, became wealthy investing in real estate and technology firms. It was with this money that each of these Democrats started a charitable foundation.
The oldest and most prominent of the three is the Paul and Nancy Pelosi Charitable Foundation. Created in 1992, the non-profit has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars in recent years. The charity reported having about $576,000 on hand at the end of 2005 after donating $316,000 to other charities that year.
Georgetown University, Paul Pelosi’s alma mater, was the biggest recipient of the foundation’s giving. Georgetown received nearly $300,000 since 2003, including $10,000 to the university’s Wall Street Alliance, a group that raises the university’s profile in the financial community. Vincent Wolfington, a Georgetown classmate and business partner of Paul Pelosi, was vice chairman of the alliance at the time of the donation.
I went to the IRS’ site to try and find a 990 on the foundation, but even the IRS only shows this, when you search on their site:
I’ll freely admit here that this may be the result of user error. The IRS’ site is notoriously janky; a real usability nightmare. There may still be stuff to be found there, but the basically useless page you see above is all I was able to retrieve.
I’m actually kind of shocked at this, because I thought, being a non-profit, that 990 had to be hosted on the IRS’ site for legal inspection purposes. I thought there was a rule about the last three having to be made available…
I did eventually find a 990 hosted at Guidestar, but it’s for 2016.
Aaaaannnnddd… I don’t see anything too fishy there.
Interesting though that Q implicates Pelosi in the California fires.
Import a low-income, 3rd world replacement population, get them to vote for you by offering marginal benefits, and then get them hooked into the the sick care system, where they can be milked for years and years by big pharma.
Anon had a good line-by-line for this:
California gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom touted his plan to grant universal health care to illegal immigrants in a recent podcast interview. Newsom (D) said that he was “very proud” that as mayor of San Francisco from 2004 to 2011, he implemented such a policy and that it was done in a cost-effective way.
I heard this skeeze on the TV the other day, extolling all the “progress” they had made in San Francisco, despite, you know, thousands of used drug needles scattered across the city thanks to their drug policies, open defecation reaching third world levels, the homeless/mentally ill hitting crisis levels, and skyrocketing rents meaning people can’t even afford to live in broom closets.
He helped turn San Fran into a sh*thole, and now he has his sights set on the rest of California.
Here’s the rest of Q’s links:
California is one step closer to expanding Medicaid for illegal immigrants in the state, with legislation from both chambers of the legislature that could reach Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk. The California State Assembly last week passed a measure that would expand a current program, introduced in 2015 by Brown, which provided Medi-Cal coverage for undocumented minors under the age of 19.
California is responding to accusations that a new program allows illegal immigrants to vote. On April 16, the Golden State will automatically register motorists who obtain or renew a driver’s license to go to the polls.
Current policy prevents use of Medicaid or Obamacare funding for illegal immigrants. Despite this, Americans cross-subsidize health care for illegal immigrants to the tune of $18.5 billion a year . Of this total, federal taxpayers provided $11.2 billion in subsidized care to undocumented immigrants.
I’m surprised that Q didn’t mention the biggest pharma-whore of them all, though: Corey Booker. Huffpo, of all outlets, actually did a decent writeup on all this:
On Wednesday, Donald Trump said Americans were paying too much for prescription drugs because big pharmaceutical companies have too much power in Washington. “We have to … create new bidding procedures for the drug industry, because they’re getting away with murder,” Trump told reporters on Wednesday.
Pharmaceutical companies have the highest profit margins of any industry, and prescription drug prices are increasing by an average of over 18 percent per year. Well before Trump gave his press conference, Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) had crafted a budget resolution designed to rein in medication prices by allowing cheaper, identical versions of prescription drugs to be imported from other countries, including Canada, where medicines are cheaper.
Twelve Republicans voted for the bill ― more than enough to ensure its passage. It failed by a vote of 46 to 52 because 13 Democrats opposed it.There was a strong correlation between states where the drug industry is concentrated ― such as New Jersey, Washington, Pennsylvania and Delaware ― and Democratic opposition to Wednesday’s vote. A cynic might conclude that industry influence had something to do with the outcome. Not at all, the Democrats told HuffPost. They were only concerned with patient safety.Seven of the Democrats who voted against the Sanders-Klobuchar plan ― Sens. Cory Booker of New Jersey, Bob Menendez of New Jersey, Chris Coons of Delaware, Robert Casey of Pennsylvania, Tom Carper of Delaware, Maria Cantwell of Washington and Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota ― all defended their opposition by arguing the bill didn’t address consumer protections for imported drugs. (The others didn’t immediately comment.)
Notice the quotation marks around ‘elected’ in the previous posts.
QTeam and patriots all over will be ensuring election integrity nation-wide. They won’t be able to steal seats through fraud this year – which is why they’re increasing their ground game.
You still have to get out and vote. If you don’t show up, they win again.
God bless you, #POTUS.
Judicial Watch: Justice Department Discloses No FISA Court Hearings Held on Carter Page Warrants – Judicial Watch
‘[N]o such hearings were held with respect to the acknowledged FISA applications. Accordingly, no responsive hearing transcripts exist.’ (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today announced that in response to a Judicial Watch Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit, the Justice Department (DOJ) admitted in a court filing last night that the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court…
Rubber-stamping clown court now blatantly ignoring evidence they didn’t want to see, in order to spy on Citizen Trump. Total fraud.
Hold their feet to the fire, POTUS!
LOL, a clip from the Snowden film:
Snowden (2016) – Yarn is the best way to find video clips by quote. Find the exact moment in a TV show, movie, or music video you want to share. Easily move forward or backward to get to the perfect spot.
It really is a rubber stamp court, and when I wrote that above, I had no idea Q referenced this clip. They’ve only ever denied, I think it was 11 or 12 requests during their entire existence – and one of those was the first time they approached to spy on Trump, forcing them to come back a second time, at which point, they gave the go-ahead.
Q also included this PDF of a letter from Judge Collier, in response to Devin Nunes’ request for the FISA court transcripts. I downloaded and rehosted the pdf, so I could embed a copy of it here.
Looks an awful lot like she’s hiding behind “classification” and “separation of powers.” Which is awfully convenient for a secret court with no oversight that has the power to spy on anyone.
Really? It’s standard practice for the court to not only not hold hearings, but to not have any records of the hearings you do hold?
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., said Wednesday the panel has mulled over the idea of inviting Chief Justice John Roberts to testify before Congress as a part of his committee’s investigation into the FISA courts.
I suppose something like this could still happen… but it’s going to be crazy if and when it does… But why risk such a spectacle?
It’s probably to hide this:
Really impressive, outstanding work here, Rex. I think you hit the nail on the head.
They didn’t just try to use illegal spying to hide their crimes. They used illegal means to obtain an illegal warrant to engage in illegal spying, to cover up their illegal activities.
Plants need water:
The Homeland Security Department confirmed Friday that Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya was granted special entry to the United States on multiple occasions in 2015 and 2016 at the request of the Justice Department. It also said Veselnitskaya eventually won a nonimmigrant work visa around the time she met ‘s eldest son in New York last summer.
So Loretta Lynch (who makes an appearance again), colluded to have this woman meet with the Trump campaign, and then use that as justification for issuing the FISA warrant.
The “umbrella” surveillance Q talks about here, in case it’s not clear, means that the surveillance extends beyond the original target, to whomever the target interacts with. So, for instance, the Russian Lawyer meets with Kushner, and now Kushner is the primary target. Kushner goes home and talks to Ivanka, and now Ivanka is getting spied on, too. Ivanka called up POTUS, and now POTUS is being spied on.
The point is, the FISA warrant extends well beyond the original target – and that’s by design.
Notably, Q points out, the NSA stopped this practice:
Since 2008, the National Security Agency (NSA) and other members of the U.S. Intelligence Community have relied on Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) to conduct surveillance on specific foreign targets located outside the United States to acquire critical intelligence on issues ranging from international terrorism to cybersecurity.
After considerable evaluation of the program and available technology, NSA has decided that its Section 702 foreign intelligence surveillance activities will no longer include any upstream internet communications that are solely “about” a foreign intelligence target. Instead, this surveillance will now be limited to only those communications that are directly “to” or “from” a foreign intelligence target.
I suppose that’s mostly good. I’ve got a mean Libertarian streak in me, so I tend to have a lot of disdain for anything that violates the 4th Amendment – as so much of this secret court cuckery so clearly does. But I’m also pragmatic. I don’t mind intelligence keeping eyes on baby-eating Satanists.
Clowns everywhere, running for office.
Remember, these people are basically heirs to Nazi ideology:
The U.S. Postal Service on Thursday acknowledged that it inappropriately released sensitive personal information about Democrat Abigail Spanberger, a former CIA officer challenging Rep. Dave Brat, R-Va., calling it a “human error” that it will address by changing procedures for public information requests.
THE BIG IDEA: The spooks have come in from the cold, and they’re running for Congress. Alarmed by President Trump and galvanized by Russian interference in the 2016 election, Democratic alumni of the Central Intelligence Agency are challenging Republican incumbents from Virginia to Michigan and New York.
Former intelligence professionals angered by what they view as attacks on the intelligence community by President Donald Trump are channeling their grievances by running for office in 2018.
It’d be nice, Q, if we could get a list of every single clown running for office this year – just so no one mistakenly votes for them. That Washington Compost article has a lot of them listed, but I would rest easier knowing we had a complete list.
Stealth Jeff, the Keebler elf of Vengeance.
I saw this the other night, too, Q, and I had to laugh. I know exactly where you ripped this post from, and I can’t blame you. It’s one of the better memes to come down the pike in a while.
Moar of this plz, anons. Humor might be our best weapon in all of this.
420 new Clinton Emails were released just yesterday. And quite a few were littered with “Alice in Wonderland” references:
Frankly, though, Q – that site is really broken. I tried it in three different browsers, and the search results were just blank. It didn’t matter what I searched. I’d get something that looked like this:
It would say I got X amount of results… but then refuse to show them.
Honestly, if your site doesn’t work on Firefox in 2018, it’s broken.
With that in mind, I’m relying on what a friend sent me.
Here are a few examples”
Awful lot of suspicious redactions here.
But if you’re wondering who Marty Torrey, aka ‘Hatter’ is, and why he had so much contact with HRC, well… read this email chain:
He’s very interested in #humantrafficking, and wanted to connect Hillary to former TSA head Dave Stone.
HRC and Stone meet.
4 months later, Stone is dead.
At the funeral, they ask for donations to http://www.forgottenchildren.net/ instead of flowers.
That charity supposedly closed shop in 2014, for the record, but the site is still active, it seems.
Pay attention to that email now:
BackgroundAll this separate from Simon’s broader system(s) potential. Jim (James F.)Blom is Dave’s former businesspartner in Alacrity Homeland Group. Lives in San Francisco w/ wife and 2 kids. American, but well healed due to longfamily history in Norwegian shipping companies. Grandfather was pals with Onassis. You get the picture. Has tightlinkage in supply chain & IT space(s). Deals in countries like you and I dealt with counties / states. Brilliant, resourceful.Not prone to hyperbole, says he can bring the ‘best in the world’ to this effort Based on track record , I believe him. Forexample, CdeBaca recently met with social networking folks in Silicon Valley. Not sure how that went, but Jim is closefriends with the guy who handles ‘Facebook’s’ finances and said he can get his attention ‘in one phone call’. Socialnetworking piece helpful, but probably a more aggressive ‘identify, track, snag, deal with’ traffickers required. Method(s)& prioritization necessary. Let’s look into. Spoke w/ Jim about CdeBaca connect. We’re in.
Luis Cabeza deBaca [pronunciation? ] is an American lawyer and diplomat who served in the Obama Administration as Ambassador-at-Large to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons and as Director of the Department of Justice’s Office of Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering, and Tracking (SMART Office).
Call me crazy, but all this reads more like thinly veiled trafficking proposals, and ways to facilitate, rather than fight trafficking.
Notably, Stone’s obit says he died in his home, which was in India…
Read the Obituary and view the Guest Book, leave condolences or send flowers. | CLARENDON, Va. – David M. Stone, RADM, retired, 57, of Clarendon, Va., and formerly of Algonquin, died Monday, Nov. 23, 2009, at his home. He was born July 13, 1952, in Elgin, to the late David G.
While the LA Times article linked above says he died in the US, while visiting Arlington…
Wouldn’t surprise me at this point.
Voat had a gigantic dig on this guy about a year and a half ago. Ignore the “Account Deleted.” All the content is still there.
Voat – have your say
And this makes me even more furious at Reddit, because reddit, if you’ll recall, deleted all Pizzagate investigation subreddits, forcing the users to all flee to Voat. SO MUCH VALUABLE RESEARCH WAS LOST because of their evil scheming.
But that Voat link above is truly remarkable, and it all still works with the newly released emails we’re seeing now – making this individual’s research all the more impressive.
Seriously, if you’re the type to normally skip over the links – don’t skip over this one. It’s that important.
Nice little #QConfirmation, in that POTUS and Q are on the same page.
The White Rabbits are the victims of trafficking, used by the Cabal for whatever twisted ends they deem fit.
One anon spelled it out like this:
the lives of thousands of little girls are being destroyed as the Saudi government ponderously debates a solution. Over the past few years, long-standing social practices in Saudi Arabia have been thrown into the glare of world opinion, embarrassing the state and forcing at least cosmetic changes.
The President recently challenged Saudi Arabia to release more oil. The U.S. and international community should also pressure Saudi Arabia to improve their human rights record, in particular their treatment of women and migrant workers. According to Human Rights Watch, Saudi Arabia employs approximately 8 million migrant workers.
Saudi Arabia is a destination country for men and women subjected to forced labor and, to a lesser extent, forced prostitution. Men and women primarily from South and East Asia, the Middle East, and Africa voluntarily migrate to Saudi Arabia as domestic workers or low-skilled laborers; many of these workers subsequently face involuntary servitude.
Saudi Arabia sounds an awful lot like Hell-on-earth.
Here’s anon’s graphic, documenting the timeline and significance of all of Q’s Alice & Wonderland drops:
And those images make me SO MAD, because those men in the rabbit suits? That “art?”
It comes from Alex Podesta’s collection – and I was thoroughly documenting all of it on an old computer I had years ago, I want to say even as far back as 2015. (This might have even been in the pre-Neon days, when I was writing for another page – but I know I posted the results on my original Facebook page before it was taken down by Cuckerberg).
I was silently taking screenshots of Alex’s whole social network from facebook – and yes, he was friends with Tony Podesta.
This was the stuff that was fueling my nightmares.
And yes, in case you’re wondering, Alex Podesta is related to the Podesta brothers:
Voat – have your say
(Alfred goes by the name Alex, for his art).
I don’t think there’d be any real benefit to posting the old digs I had about Alex, because honestly, it was more of the same: bunnymen and creepy “art” filled with child-abuse themes. I’ll have to see if I even have it any more. If I do find anything worth reposting, I’ll throw it up on Gab.
So Q posts this video to start at 119 seconds in…
And then if you look at the upload date, it was posted on 11/19/2017…
I don’t think that’s a coincidence, but I’m not sure the significance yet.
The media would have you believe this is normal.
If they were working for your benefit, this would be plastered across every screen for the next month as actual investigative reporters dug into all the connections.
And is it just me, or is this guy is itching for another honeypot, right in the middle of Manhattan?
National Preparedness Month is a time to focus our attention on the importance of preparing our families, homes, businesses, and communities for disasters that threaten our lives, property, and homeland. During this time, we also honor the brave men and women who selflessly respond to crises and disasters, rendering aid to those in need.
Might be a good time to stock up on canned goods, bottled water, propane for a grill or a stove… maybe some MRE’s… Ammo… Fuel for your cars and a generator if you’ve got one…
Journalists, politicians, CEOs, etc…
Just a few they “forgot” to add to their list.
And the best part is… you know Q wouldn’t announce this beforehand.
You know QTeam has already listened in on everything the said.
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