First-things-first: you might be noticing a couple big changes around here…
Notably, my logos and theming are now completely different.
Some of you may miss the old, stoic statue and the admonition to “Revolt against the modern world” in the banner, but alas! The time has come to say goodbye to them!
It’s not the first time I’ve remastered my “brand” as it were; if you’ve followed me from the early Facebook days, you’ll know I’ve gone through a number of iterations when it comes to design. True, the last one stuck for quite a while, and was very recognizable, but rather than get comfortable and rest on my laurels (and due to a number of factors), it was time to part ways with the old styling.
You might still see them lingering here or there, as I transition over all the various odd things I run, but come on.
…is AWESOME! And I think it speaks volumes about what I’ve been trying to do with the site for the past year or so now.
BONUS! You may see this design heading to some merch in the very near future. I have to work out some logistical things, but yeah, right now… I don’t see why not!
I don’t know about you, but I really like that proof.
I’m still waiting for that 300 lb tuna I talked about last night, but this is definitely moving things in the right direction.
You should have all gotten the Presidential #FEMAAlert text on your various cell phones and mobile devices today. Predictably, #LunaticLeftists didn’t take too kindly to this at all, and while I posted some of the #Salt I found over on Gab, I had to immortalize this one response here, on the site, because it’s so perfect:
“THE ORANGE MENACE!”
That sounds like the single best 80’s Hollywood B-movie never made.
(I’m having way too much fun here, of late, and that’s important. We’re not miserable like the Lefties. We’re having an absolute blast)!
OKAY! Enough! #NewQ beckons us!
I’m proud about this drop. I’ve been a follower of Bombard for a long time, and like with #CDAN, I was the first to take her content to the Chans. A while back, she had to move off Youtube, due to censorship, but like another resilient soul I know, she decided to open up her own site and continue releasing content (funded by her Patreon pals).
The problem the other night was… however, upon posting a link to her video, it then got added to the research boards, and we crashed her site hard. They got a month’s worth of traffic in a day, and I was having flashbacks to the time @education4libs linked to my Intro to QAnon article.
That said, the video got mirrored to Youtube shortly thereafter and still made the rounds, so to see someone like this (remember, not every person at every three-letter is a traitor. Many are just normal, Patriotic Americans) validate that video, well… it warmed the cockles of my Neon-infused heart:
And just to enter translator mode for a moment, what I believe Q is doing here is giving us specifics of how trauma-based mind slaves are used in scenarios like this:
The individual gets traumatized when they are younger, creating an alter. They’re then allowed to sort of… resume “normal” functioning after the event (though, I think, especially with Ford, the event still had repercussions. For instance, it’s been wildly reported that she has been with 64 men since her teenage years. That’s really unhealthy, and an indicator that she was trying to cope with something horrible).
These trauma-based “assets” are strategically placed around the country, and called on whenever they’re needed to keep someone #TheCabal they decides they don’t like (or, more likely, can’t control) out of power.
Furthermore, we’ve all heard by now about Ford’s own research into self-hypnosis (which, perhaps, could be read as her trying to figure out what’s going on inside her own head):
HUGE! Christine Ford Published 2008 Article on Self-Hypnosis Used to Retrieve and “Create Artificial Situations”
Christine Ford has not turned over her therapist’s notes to the Senate regarding her suppressed memories about Judge Kavanaugh abusing her decades earlier. This may be because if the memories were revealed through hypnosis they would be “absolutely inadmissible” in the court of law in many states, including New York and Maryland.
Sundance over at The Conservative Treehouse had an absolutely explosive article today about the former FBI Agent who administered the test – one Monica Lee McLean:
Christine Blasey-Ford Friend In Delaware Was Career FBI Agent and Likely Together During Accusation Letter Construct…
In a letter released last night from a former boyfriend of Christine Blasey-Ford, there was a name curiously not redacted. The name of Monica L McLean was revealed as a life-long friend who Ms. Ford helped with polygraph preparation. The media has begun to focus on the letter as outlining a lie told by Ms….
I’m not going to clip a part of this for you to get a quick summary, because you really need to read this whole article (if you haven’t already, from when I posted it earlier on Gab) to understand the full scope of what’s going on here. It doesn’t answer all of Q’s questions (for instance, the number of times the polygraph test was administered [which, frankly, idk where anyone outside the intelligence community would find that]), but it does answer most of Q’s questions. You want to see Ford’s #MKUltra handler rising from the depths of the swamp? Look no further than this article.
EDIT: Almost forgot Q’s second link:
Christine Blasey Ford ex-boyfriend says she helped friend prep for potential polygraph; Grassley sounds alarm
In a written declaration released Tuesday and obtained by Fox News, an ex-boyfriend of Christine Blasey Ford, the California professor accusing Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, directly contradicts her testimony under oath last week that she had never helped anyone prepare for a polygraph examination.
I’ve got a lot of new followers of late, so the short of it is – Utah is going to be ground zero for #MilitaryTribunals, when they start happening after January.
Why Utah? Well, it’s where #GrandInquisitor Huber is from, and it’s far, far away from the DC Swamp.
I’ve often said the added bonus is that they still have the death penalty by firing squad in Utah, as well.
In other words:
HRC and Obama are looking to drastically increase their lead intake over the next few months.
Here’s the subpoena:
Notable is that this is not a testimony where Sessions has to show up for anything, but only provide documents to answer his questions by the appointed time.
But to answer Q’s question, I think #Anon hit the nail on the head:
So, they’re getting on the same page; making sure Sessions has all his ducks in a row before he speaks and… potentially drops the #Hammer in front of Congress.
You’ll remember #TheMadHatter from when we first encountered him, back on the first of September:
Anon also provides a nice refresher:
But this goes back to a time when HRC tried used deep state assets to make false rape claims against Assange, back in 2010 (hmmm…. sounds like a familiar tactic!)
It’s partially why he’s still holed up in the Ecuadorian Embassy, getting food and intel smuggled to him by Pamela Anderson, of all people.
And given the Washington Compost’s propensity for delivering veiled assassination orders (re: Q’s John Perry Barlow drops), this article from a week ago has me a bit nervous, especially given how valuable his testimony would be:
Julian Assange faces deepening isolation as his asylum at Ecuadorian Embassy in London is well into its seventh year. The new president of Ecuador is showing exasperation with Assange’s presence, and the embassy has restricted his Internet access and other privileges.
Alright Q, I want to know what this marker means (“What a wonderful day).”
You’ve used it 8 times now, and it’s annoying me because I don’t understand it. It’s gotta be some kind of kind of future-proves-past thing, right? Like a line in an HRC email we haven’t seen yet, and you’re just mocking The Cabal with it at every turn, right? It looks like, thematically, it has something to do with Comm security (or lack thereof).
Regardless, yes, James Baker testified on Wednesday, and it sounds like it was a doozy of a testimony – at least according to /ourguy/ John Solomon:
By John Solomon Opinion Contributor Congressional investigators have confirmed that a top FBI official met with Democratic Party lawyers to talk about allegations of Donald Trump-Russia collusion weeks before the 2016 election, and before the bureau secured a search warrant targeting Trump’s campaign.
“This is a bombshell that unequivocally shows the real collusion was between the FBI and Donald Trump’s opposition — the DNC, Hillary and a Trump-hating British intel officer — to hijack the election, rather than some conspiracy between Putin and Trump,” a knowledgeable source told me.
Baker was interviewed by lawmakers behind closed doors on Wednesday. Sources declined to divulge his testimony, other than to say it confirmed other evidence about the contact between the Perkins Coie law firm and the FBI.
The sources also said Baker’s interview broke new ground both about the FBI’s use of news media in 2016 and 2017 to further the Trump case and about Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s conversations in spring 2017 regarding possible use of a body wire to record Trump.
“The interview was one of the most productive we had and it opened up many new investigative leads,” one source said.
Another said Baker could not answer some questions about FBI media contacts, citing an ongoing investigation by the Justice Department inspector general into alleged illegal leaks, during and after the election, about the Trump collusion probe and other matters.
These revelations illustrate anew how much the FBI and Justice Department have withheld from the public about their collaboration and collusion with clearly partisan elements of the Clinton campaign and the DNC, Fusion and Steele, that were trying to defeat Trump.
The growing body of evidence that the FBI used mostly politically-motivated, unverified intelligence from an opponent to justify spying on the GOP nominee’s campaign — just weeks before Election Day — has prompted a growing number of Republicans to ask President Trump to declassify the rest of the FBI’s main documents in the Russia collusion case.
You’ve gotta love how the White Hats just redirect every single move the Dems make, and convert it into more momentum for our good cause. This what good #GameTheory looks like: a total awareness of every player involved in “the game” and a route planned for every possible choice they could make, leading to only one possible and desired outcome. I don’t think I’m giving them too much credit here, but I would not be surprised in the least if some kind of supercomputing program, similar to Palintir, was being leveraged in order to understand and visualize the probabilities behind all of this. I mean, White hats are good – but this… this is just mastery at every step of the way. “Trust the Plan,” Q says, implying that they’re not just reacting to moves and countermoves here.
This is beyond anything I’ve ever seen. This is #QuantumChess (possibly quite literally).
Sessions would “officially” learn all these things from Huber and his 470 investigators.
Now, all he has to do is present Huber’s evidence to Congress.
The atmosphere on Capitol Hill turned increasingly tense Wednesday amid increasing protests from demonstrators in the halls of Congress, as lawmakers await the release of the FBI’s report on its Brett Kavanaugh background investigation and prepare to vote on Kavanaugh’s polarizing nomination to the Supreme Court.
You’ve seen the Left sending in their stormtroopers, and whipping the useful idiots into a frothing frenzy.
But I like this part about #DirtyChuckieBoomBoom:
Tensions between party leaders have also been rising. Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., on Wednesday nearly called McConnell a liar from the floor, which would mark a breach of custom. Schumer took issue with McConnell blaming Democrats for the delay in voting on Kavanaugh, calling that “the most blatant falsehood I’ve heard uttered on this floor in a long time.”
McConnell has accused Democrats of working to delay the nomination at any cost. Schumer said McConnell, as majority leader, schedules the votes.
“I’m so tempted to use the L-word but he’s my friend,” Schumer said of McConnell.
McConnell has repeatedly said that the Senate will vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination this week. It’s not clear when McConnell will put steps into motion for that to happen, though he would need to “file cloture” on Wednesday to trigger a procedural vote Friday and a final confirmation vote Saturday.
Well, file Cloture, McConnell did. We are ON for a Saturday vote now:
Don’t expect The Cabal to come along quietly, however:
Top FBI lawyer Baker offers ‘explosive’ testimony on ‘abnormal’ handling of Russia probe into Trump campaign: lawmakers
Former top FBI lawyer James Baker gave “explosive” closed-door testimony on Wednesday detailing for congressional investigators how the Russia probe was handled in an “abnormal fashion” reflecting “political bias,” according to two Republican lawmakers present for the deposition. “Some of the things that were shared were explosive in nature,” Rep.
“Some of the things that were shared were explosive in nature,” Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., told Fox News. “This witness confirmed that things were done in an abnormal fashion. That’s extremely troubling.”
“During the time that the FBI was putting — that DOJ and FBI were putting together the FISA (surveillance warrant) during the time prior to the election — there was another source giving information directly to the FBI, which we found the source to be pretty explosive,” said Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio.
Meadows and Jordan would not elaborate on the source, or answer questions about whether the source was a reporter. They did stress that the source who provided information to the FBI’s Russia case was not previously known to congressional investigators.
Baker is at the heart of surveillance abuse allegations, and his deposition lays the groundwork for next week’s planned closed-door interview with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Baker, as the FBI’s top lawyer, helped secure the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant on Page, as well as three subsequent renewals. Prior to the deposition, Republican investigators said they believed Baker could explain why information about the British ex-spy behind a salacious Trump-related dossier, Christopher Steele, and Steele’s apparent bias against then-candidate Trump, were withheld from the FISA court, and whether other exculpatory information was known to Rosenstein when he signed the final FISA renewal for Page in June 2017.
But to follow the pattern… #Anons had an interesting idea about all of that:
I’m not quite sure I agree with Anon’s conclusion here – that the point of this pattern is about FISA Declass and the DNC (because… we knew that already. That’s not a revelation).
But it looks like 23:29 is your pattern here…
In other words, I see the pattern… and my gut instinct would be to look ahead at post 2329… but that’s just that John Solomon/The Hill article we covered earlier (which I swear, I found before I saw Q’s post).
And I… don’t see why Q would go to such lengths to create a pattern just to link to yet another article that, while great and all, doesn’t really tell us anything we don’t already know.
So there’s just something I’m missing here. (Or maybe I just don’t think the article is as explosive as Q does – which as we all know, is a distinct possibility).
But as of this writing, the boards haven’t figured it out yet, either.
I’ll update if I see anything substantial found.
This is the question I faced a couple articles back: Why would McCabe need to threaten/have insurance against a fellow Black Hat?
I mean, sure, to a certain extent, bad guys always want leverage. But this was very specific leverage; the kind you don’t exactly anticipate ever needing.
This is what convinced me (along with the Stylographic analysis) that RR is really a white hat (despite Q repeatedly and purposely throwing monkey wrenches in everyone’s theories).
Again, the goal was never to fire Rosenstein. That was the bait. That was the lie; pretending there were two, equally valid routes #POTUS could take. But the truth was that the only way POTUS could walk away from this scenario with clean hands was to have Rosenstein step down.
And frankly, I don’t see Rosenstein ever stepping down, unless he agreed to.
And I don’t see Rosenstein agreeing to…
Unless he was, ultimately, a White hat.
You would think upon learning that Rosenstein was going to wear a wire and try and get Trump impeached under the 25th Amendment would be “enough” cause for Trump to fire him, then and there. And remember who we’re talking about here: the man who made the line, “YOU’RE FIRED” famous. POTUS doesn’t hesitate. He chooses a course of action and commits.
SO WHY DIDN’T HE FIRE ROSENSTEIN ON THE SPOT, UPON LEARNING OF HIS TREASONOUS CONDUCT?!
RR met with Flake and delayed the Kavanaugh hearing.
WHY DIDN’T TRUMP FIRE ROSENSTEIN THEN?!?
That just… That’s a bridge too far, ten times over (for me, at least).
Look, if there’s something else going on here, I’m just not seeing it.
And then… just before Sessions’ testimony, there’s this:
I suppose it remains to be seen whether he’ll be stepping down in advance of Sessions’ testimony – but if he is, this would imply a degree of cooperation, would it not?
After all, he’s not going to outsmart them in this scenario by pre-empting Sessions.
So yeah, for those still asking, I’m still firmly on #TeamWhiteHat.
Also, [F] = Feinstein confirmed for leaker (if I’m reading this correctly!)
#Leatherface Blumenthal’s handiwork.
Not sure what he’s up, to, however. Might just be a delay tactic. Might be trying to weaken our new relationship with current Saudi leaders (read: the ones who didn’t participate in 9/11, but who would take the blame, should bad information be revealed about their predecessors).
It’s been about a year since all this started.
Proud of everyone, truly.
And once again, we find ourselves with 2329…
There was one thing I missed, at the end of the article:
“There’s a strong suggestion that confidential human sources actually taped members within the Trump campaign,” Meadows told Hill.TV hosts Krystal Ball and Ned Ryun.
Perhaps we should be expecting more “tapes” from these “confidential human sources” soon.
Happy to say that the Redbubble store is up and running again, so if you’re in the market for a new shirt, definitely check out all the offerings. And as things cool down, maybe consider something with a longer sleeve, like this Men’s Baseball ¾ T-Shirt, or the Zipped Hoodie!
Thanks so much!