I’ve got a bit of catching up to do here.
Thank you for your patience as I recuperate. Truth be told, I have some health issues that, well, because I don’t have insurance (Thanks, Obama) can take their toll on me at times. If it seems like I get tired quite a bit, yeah, that’s something I deal with, and without going in to too much detail, it’s part of a larger issue at play here.
I’m not trying to complain. Everybody’s got something they deal with, and there are many far worse off than myself. I’m not here to whine. Normally, I just push through, drink coffee, and turn on some heavy metal, but every so often, I get knocked flat for a bit.
So again, thanks for you for allowing me the freedom to play catch up with #QAnon when I need to.
Now, some people were upset with Q because his “prediction” of 53-47 votes didn’t “come true.”
I actually never really expected it to, and considering what was going on; what’s been going on, people need to realize – we’re at war, and this includes an information war. It goes all the way back to Sun Tzu, and The Art of War. “Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak.” My thought when I read that post by Q was that he was sowing a seed of hopelessness in the minds of Lefties around the country, and throughout our government. It was a move to demoralize them.
And it worked.
They weren’t able to organize well enough, move fast enough, or unify in any one area to crack the Republican consensus. They were utterly gutted the entire time, scrambling around in total panic mode. And when you see your enemy panicked, it helps make your allies a little bolder, because they all feel a bit safer. Case-in-point: Lindsay Graham.
And yeah, to a certain extend, Jeff Flake, too. Hate on him all you want, but in the end, his vote did come through.
And the bonus side effect is that normies are so disgusted with Democrats’ behavior, they’re all starting to #WalkAway, priming us for a Red Tsunami in November:
You saw the meltdowns, post-Kavanaugh:
Remember, these are the same people who are saying he’s an “illegitimate” #SCOTUS Justice because of his “temperament.”
I chronicled a lot of the more hilarious postings at the time that were popping up on social media over on Gab, but seriously, any time the Left loses, they throw a tantrum. It’s why I’ve officially dubbed the Democrats the #SaltLeft.
But there’s a scary thread highlighted in the video there, and it starts with the guy shouting, “We don’t have to be tolerant of intolerance.”
There’s this idea circulating among Lefties that they now have the “moral imperative” to exercise violence over others, because… their ideas are “right” and they lost in a democratic process.
I can’t tell you how many variations I read of this comment across all social media platforms, in the wake of Kavanaugh’s confirmation. Forget the fact that these people won’t really be armed, and will be itching to go up against people who 1) actually are armed and who 2) actually know how to use their weapons; they’ll find other ways to spread chaos and violence, and feel like they’re justified in such behavior.
And look again at that comment above. Did you catch it? Oh, it was slipped in so subtly.
I’m talking about, of course, the link to moveon.org. Yup, this comment has Soros’ written all over it. How much do you want bet some Soros-funded lackey for David Brock’s Media Matters had this comment prepared days in advance of Kavanaugh’s confirmation?
And we haven’t even started talking about Soros-rent-a-thug operations like The Other 98% and Ruckus.org.
A journalist embedded with anti-Kavanaugh protesters says that some protesters were in fact paid, as President Trump has alleged. “A lot of them were normal people who were mad,” said Vice D.C. bureau chief Shawna Thomas on ABC’s “This Week,” adding, “We also saw people who were organized.”
A journalist embedded with anti-Kavanaugh protesters says that some protesters were in fact paid, as President Trump has alleged.
“A lot of them were normal people who were mad,” said Vice D.C. bureau chief Shawna Thomas on ABC’s “This Week,” adding, “We also saw people who were organized.”
She pointed to activists who confronted Sen. Jeff Flake, Arizona Republican, in an elevator late last month before the Senate Judiciary Committee voted on the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, who has since been confirmed.
“That moment with Jeff Flake on the Hill,” Ms. Thomas said. “We talked to one woman who works for UltraViolet who was paid — she helped steer people in the right ways to be able to confront senators.”
“There were people who were paid by organizations like UltraViolet to try to harness that energy in a way that would make the viral moments that we ended up seeing,” said Ms. Thomas.
And Ultraviolet, too, huh? I’d be remiss if I didn’t include #Anon’s dig on that subject here:
But they also don’t want you acknowledging Soros role in all this. Why?
Forget that Soros was a literal Nazi collaborator for a moment.
Dontchya know that attacking him is tantamount to antisemitism!!
When President Trump and his close allies blame Jewish billionaire Soros for funding and inciting anti-Kavanaugh protests, is that a dog whistle for anti-Semites?
To paraphrase Michelle Obama, when the Republicans go low, Donald Trump goes lower. Earlier today, the president may have reached a personal worst, by tweeting that the women who confronted Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) in a Senate elevator, were “professionals” who were “paid by (George) Soros and others.”
This is how they police your thoughts and speech. The only answer is to continue your assault on them, unabated.
Implicit in all this is a threat of violence, of course:
Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that civility in America can only begin again if Democrats win back the House or Senate this fall.
“You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about,” Clinton said in an interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour. “That’s why I believe, if we are fortunate enough to win back the House and or the Senate, that’s when civility can start again. But until then, the only thing that the Republicans seem to recognize and respect is strength.”
Sen. Cassidy had the right hot-take on the issue:
And not even Brooke “Who is this Four-Chan?” Baldwin could spin this fast enough:
Does driving people out of restaurants and banging on the Supreme Court walls sound “pretty mobby” to you? https://t.co/2fiIyzedXF
And that’s kind of the predicament the Left is in right now. These Cabal Elites want footsoldiers to throw their bodies in front of them on the frontlines, but they can’t actually look like they’re calling for violence. So it’s just endless lies, spin, and projection.
Expect the rhetoric to ramp up in the coming weeks.
When the memes become reality:
Betchya Ford really wants this all to go away now. Wouldn’t want any messy perjury charges cropping up now, would we?
Of course, this hasn’t stopped the media from painting her like a victim in all this.
Uh-huh. Sure she is.
So is Murkowski, for that matter.
I’M NOT TIRED OF WINNING YET, ARE YOU?!
This is the thing that’s most important to realize: if they can’t impeach him, they will smear him six ways till Sunday, saying he’s illegitimate, and thus, every ruling he participates in is illegitimate. They’ll demand he recuse himself from literally every trial, because they just won’t accept any ruling from his “tainted” seat.
Rush was talking about this yesterday, and he said he remembered back to the Bush II years, where they painted him as an illegitimate president, and ground his administration to a halt.
Now, I’m no fan of Bush, and we’re talking about one Justice here; not a President, but I think he’s on to something here.
The most important thing that can happen now is the removal of RBG from the bench, followed by Sotomayor and Kagan. You need a Conservative majority so overwhelming, it wouldn’t matter if Kav was there or not.
Is she talking about what the Democrats are doing to Trump concerning Russia?
You heard the man, archive this clip!
Here it is again, if you need to grab it!
Trust yourself, because they will lie to you at every single turn, and rely on exploiting that “herd instinct,” hoping you won’t speak up, oppose them, and inspire others to oppose them!
I’m hoping for a Rosenstein resignation this week, but we’ll see.
We covered the Sussman/Baker thing back here:
Remember I had some trouble with the 2329 pattern from last nights drops? Well, one of my intrepid Legionaries dropped something in my inbox today, and it was… well… See for yourself: ^…
He’s the guy who engineered the whole Crowdstrike cover-up, too, so if you need to get caught up, do so soon!
We owe a debt of gratitude to Roseanne Barr here, because without her tweet – you know the one I’m talking about (and the one I defended at the time) – half the homes in America wouldn’t have a clue about Valerie Jarrett.
Roseanne took a LOT of heat for that, and it wasn’t deserved at all.
I hope Roseanne reads this and scrolls back up to the “Smear Attack” video put out by Pelosi, because that’s exactly what the Dems scrambled to do, once one of their own, more hidden operatives was suddenly exposed to MILLIONS of people overnight.
You have absolutely nothing to apologize for, Roseanne, and history will vindicate you.
Beyond the Roseanne issue, we talked extensively about Jarrett and her “red legacy” here, on the site before, including some of the links Q added:
Valerie Jarrett is in the news today, thanks to Roseanne’s tweet, which simultaneously made Leftists’ minds explode all over the nation. Her show – which, I will remind you, was t…
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) files obtained by Judicial Watch reveal that the dad, maternal grandpa and father-in-law of President Obama’s trusted senior advisor, Valerie Jarrett, were hardcore Communists under investigation by the U.S. government. Jarrett’s dad, pathologist and geneticist Dr. James Bowman, had extensive ties to Communist associations and individuals, his lengthy FBI file shows.
Jarrett is an Iranian Commie Muslim Brotherhood subversive, through-and-through. She should be executed for her treason.
That’s Randall Coleman, former assistant director of the FBI’s Counterintelligence Division, for the record.
The former assistant director of the FBI’s Counterintelligence Division, Randy Coleman, wrote a note saying “Crimes Against Children” in connection to the digital devices of disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner. Coleman’s notes, which were obtained by the Department of Justice Inspector General, were taken on Oct. 4, 2016.
The former assistant director of the FBI’s Counterintelligence Division, Randy Coleman, wrote a note saying “Crimes Against Children” in connection to the digital devices of disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner.
Coleman’s notes, which were obtained by the Department of Justice Inspector General, were taken on Oct. 4, 2016.
Just over a week earlier, on Sept. 26, the FBI obtained a search warrant for Weiner’s iPhone, iPad and laptop computer related to crimes of “transmitting obscene material to a minor, sexual exploitation of children, and activities related to child pornography.”
From Coleman’s notes, the exact context of the “Crime Against Children” is unclear, as well as the mention of the Clinton Foundation.
For context we’ll back up to page 293 in Q’s linked PDF:
Note the triple +’s in Q’s drop, too. +++ has, always to this point, been linked with the House of Saud.
I do believe Q is, yet again, linking the Clinton Foundation’s crimes against children (the phrase here marked with the +++) to #TheCabal in Saudi Arabia.
And we also know that the Clinton Foundation has been (all but) caught trying to smuggle children out of Haiti (see my previous articles on Laura Silsby). What is +++ is Saud and +++++ stands for Haiti?
Did they smuggle children out of Haiti, into Saudi Arabia for their “#BloodyWonderland” event?
Sickening stuff no matter what.
If a Democrat had managed this, he’d have Nobel Peace prizes monopolized for the next decade already.
How long have I been saying that he’s going to resign??
Shhhh… Nobody tell resident Gab-dunce and Mossad conspirator Microchip. He doesn’t read, so he’s been going on about RR not getting fired for literally weeks now, thinking he’s “trolling” me, when really, he’s just revealing his stupidity over and over and over and over. I’ve got dozens of screenshots of his idiocy now. He’s just that slow on the uptake – even when I’ve written it out a dozen times, over the course of months. But again, he doesn’t read!
Or spell, for that matter. “Gong.”
What a #Nimrod.
Hmm… Maybe El Rushbo was reading Q before his show.
Could be. Could be…
The narrow confirmation of now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh over the weekend marked a major political victory for President Trump – and the beginning of a new battle for Democrats, who are now shifting their message to threaten possible impeachment against the newest high court justice and question the legitimacy of the Supreme Court itself.
Over the weekend, former Attorney General Eric Holder said the court’s legitimacy should be brought into question with the addition of Kavanaugh.
“With the confirmation of Kavanaugh and the process which led to it, (and the treatment of Merrick Garland), the legitimacy of the Supreme Court can justifiably be questioned. The Court must now prove—through its work—that it is worthy of the nation’s trust,” Holder tweeted, referring to former President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court nominee whose confirmation process was blocked by Republicans in 2016.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., top Democrat on the judiciary committee, also tweeted that confirming Kavanaugh “in the face of credible allegations of sexual assault that were not thoroughly investigated, and his belligerent, partisan performance in last Thursday’s hearing undermines the legitimacy of the Supreme Court.”
Some in the media advanced another argument to question the court’s legitimacy under its current makeup. Newsweek wrote that Kavanaugh is now the “fourth out of nine justices nominated by a president who did not initially win the popular vote”—referring to President Trump and former Republican President George W. Bush.
Yeah, that’s the other push I’ve seen a lot of, recently; this idea that “the majority” should win because… mob rule.
This, despite the fact that the ENTIRE SYSTEM was created to balance out population centers like cities dictating policy for the rest of the nation.
It’s called a Representative Republic for a reason, Lefties, and remember – the harder you make life for “flyover country,” they can always just turn around and… let you starve.
/ourguy/ John Solomon knocks it out of the park again:
To declassify or not to declassify? That is the question, when it comes to the FBI’s original evidence in the Russia collusion case.
Before you judge the DOJ’s and FBI’s arguments — which are similar to those offered to stop the release of information in other major episodes of American history, from the Bay of Pigs to 9/11 — consider Footnote 43 on Page 57 of Chapter 3 of the House Intelligence Committee’s report earlier this year on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Until this past week, the footnote really had garnered no public intrigue, in part because the U.S. intelligence community blacked out the vast majority of its verbiage in the name of national security before the report was made public.
From the heavy redactions, all one could tell is that FBI general counsel James Baker met with an unnamed person who provided some information in September 2016 about Russia, email hacking and a possible link to the Trump campaign.
Not a reporter or policymaker would have batted an eyelash over such a revelation.
Then, last Wednesday, I broke the story that Baker admitted to Congress in an unclassified setting — repeat, in an unclassified setting — that he had met with a top lawyer at the firm representing the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and received allegations from that lawyer about Russia, Trump and possible hacking.
It was the same DNC, along with Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, that funded the unverified, salacious dossier by a British intel operative, Christopher Steele, that became a central piece of evidence used to justify the FBI surveillance of the Trump campaign in the final days of the election.
And it was the same law firm that made the payments for the dossier research so those could be disguised in campaign spending reports to avoid the disclosure of the actual beneficiaries of the research, which were Clinton and the DNC.
And it was, in turns out, the same meeting that was so heavily censored by the intel agencies from Footnote 43 in the House report — treated, in other words, as some big national security secret.
There is now a concrete storyline backed by irrefutable evidence: The FBI allowed itself to take political opposition research created by one party to defeat another in an election, treated it like actionable intelligence, presented it to the court as substantiated, and then used it to justify spying on an adviser for the campaign of that party’s duly chosen nominee for president in the final days of a presidential election.
And when, nine months later, the FBI could not prove the allegation of collusion between Trump and Russia, unverified evidence was leaked to the media to try to sustain public support for a continued investigation.
Least I heard, [RR] can be brought in to testify as early as the 11th:
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein could testify before two House committees on Oct. 11, a Republican member of one of those panels said Wednesday. Rep. Mark Meadows, a member of the House Judiciary Committee, disclosed details about the upcoming joint hearing in an interview with The Hill.
Fitton talks Soros-backed protesters in this breakdown, using taxpayer funds to subsidize his subversive activities:
HUGE Soros find: Docs show Soros operation and State Dept working hand in glove (with your tax dollars). @JudicialWatch does the heavy lifting in court to get answers…https://t.co/IVIT7185tD https://t.co/luM0TDWno0
This is for the Reagan video.
I took a count the other night of the “Election” video:
Just for the record, this is what it’s at now:
(That’s assuming Google isn’t cucking with the numbers, of course. Which, come on. They are).
I’m not super-encouraged by those numbers, however. The US has a population of about 328 million people.
And we’re barely cracking 100,000 views in 24 hours?!?
Might be helpful for Q to post a video that the Qboards haven’t seen before; something new. If you keep reposting the same video to the same people… they tune out and go, “Seen it already!” and move on.
Senator Dianne Feinstein has had a long and illustrious career with moments of great leadership, but in the recent Kavanaugh hearings, the California Democrat exposed herself as a standard partisan hack, leading the charge into an unnecessary, and losing battle.
Bit of a #boomer-tier article, tbqh. Better relegated to the likes of Drudge. Anyway, the audience this is intended for – I’m assuming a modern, neo-liberal, ostensibly “feminist” women – will never read article, just by virtue of it being published on FoxNews.com, meaning… only Boomers (WHO ALREADY RIGHTLY DESPISE #DiFiChiSpy) are going to read this.
In other words, a bit too much preaching-to-the-choir.
Reminder to stay away from FANG stocks for a good, long while:
Google exposed the private data of hundreds of thousands of users of the Google+ social network, though it didn’t find evidence of misuse. The company opted not to disclose the issue this past spring, in part because of fears doing so would draw regulatory scrutiny.
SAN FRANCISCO – Facebook, already facing scrutiny over how it handles the private information of its users, said on Friday that an attack on its computer network had exposed the personal information of nearly 50 million users. The breach, which was discovered this week, was the largest in the company’s 14-year history.
Twitter said that a “bug” sent user’s private direct messages to third-party developers “who were not authorized to receive them.” The social media giant began warning users Friday of the possible exposure with a message in the app. “The issue has persisted since…
Reminder that Trump is using Obama’s own Executive Order against him, here, making the victory that much sweeter.
Yeah, it’s not just Google+ affected, like their PR people would like you to believe. It’s if-you-had-a-Google-account, you were spied on.
“Google exposed the private data of hundreds of thousands of users of the Google+ social network and then opted not to disclose the issue this past spring, in part because of fears that doing so would draw regulatory scrutiny and cause reputational damage, according to people briefed on the incident and documents reviewed,” reported the Wall Street Journal, Monday.
(Reuters) – At least two U.S. states are investigating a breach at Alphabet Inc’s Google that may have exposed private profile data of at least 500,000 users to hundreds of external developers.
Expect more pain for GOOG in the near-term.
Reminder that Yates is one of the FISA signatories:
This tells me Rosenstein is almost done, and they’re moving on to the next target.
By John Solomon Opinion Cotributor Don’t tell former FBI general counsel James Baker that those now-infamous discussions about secretly recording President and using the tapes to remove him from office were a joke. He apparently doesn’t believe it. And he held quite the vantage point – he was on the inside of the bureau’s leadership in May 2017, when the discussions occurred.
Boy, that video attached to the article is depressing. “Most Americans aren’t following it that closely, and they don’t want the Bob Mueller/Special Counsel investigation to go away.” OOF. That’s what I’ve been saying for MONTHS now. This stuff is just too complex and goes over the head of the average normie – which then turns them into easily angered and confused Lefties who just want to rant about “white privilege,” because it’s the new, hip way to virtue signal.
I honestly don’t know how you even begin approaching that problem, but it’s gotta be something big. Bigger than what we’re seeing.
What, personally, makes this all worse for me is my belief that this is all just an act on Rosenstein’s part, since I still believe he’s a white hat in all of this. So it’s just kind of constantly just waiting… and waiting… and waiting… for him to resign.
Anyway, you know all the facts in this article already. You’ve read them a billion times. I’m not picking up on anything new here (which isn’t to say it’s bad). I just have to consider it more fodder for the normies.
I got mad at Q for this post, because I literally picked up on some of these connections THE VERY DAY he posted it, some 11 days ago.
I even wrote about it in my article, following the post:
I have to say, I had the privilege of watching the full 9-or-so hours of the Kavanaugh Committee Hearings today, and live-gabbing (live-croaking?) the whole thing with my thoughts, responses, and t…
And I said it on Gab – I’m aware that Shenzhen and Shanghai are different places… but they’re also not that far from each other. My thinking is that this could very well be photos from the same trip.
President Donald Trump’s plans to allow the sale of a higher concentration of ethanol in gasoline throughout the year would appease U.S. corn farmers who have been stung by low corn prices and the U.S.-China trade dispute and likely even lead to lower prices at the pump.
Nice #QConfirmation at the Trump rally, but I… really hate ethanol in my gasoline.
I would prefer ZERO corn-based ethanol in my engine, where it gums everything up, where it costs more per gallon, and where it gets markedly worse mileage while reducing the lifespan of my vehicle.
That, and subsidies suck pretty bad, because they always distort markets. How many farmers are going to plant corn this year who otherwise would not, because Trump just mandated E15? Or rather, how many farmers will keep planting corn, when the market would normally have they seek out another crop to grow.
And frankly, most of our corn growers are growing GMO corn anyway, which gets turned into HFCS, which is terrible for people to consume. You get the high sugar content and the glyphosate double-whammy. The Standard American Diet (aka SAD), which is VERY heavy on GMO corn-based diets, is really wrecking our health as a nation. I would prefer these farmers switched crops to something healthier, something better, but I also understand the pragmatic issue of… we’re dealing with a bit of a trade war.
Just one thing I’d ask, #POTUS.
Please reverse this as soon as you are able. I understand why you had to do it now, but long-term… this can’t get entrenched.
Ethanol genuinely sucks and no, this is not concernfagging.
#Anon had an interesting bit about Shenzhen:
And after the #TrumpRally, Q came back with one post:
Trisha Beth Anderson and Charles Lawrence Newman were married Saturday at the Clifton Inn in Charlottesville, Va. The Rev. Scott E. Davis, a United Methodist minister, officiated. The bride, 35, who will keep her name, is a senior counsel to James M. Cole, the deputy attorney general, in Washington.
Sources tell NBC former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe authorized a perjury investigation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions nearly one year ago, looking at whether Sessions lied in his testimony about contact with Russian operatives.
You know, I’ve been following Q since the early days. Almost a year now. I’m in this for the long-haul.
But it’s hard to “use logic” when Q engages in disinformation.
Logically, to me, Bob Mueller and Rod Rosenstein being black hats make no sense. Trump literally just flew with RR on AF1 earlier this week. Q signals for months that Trump may fire Rosenstein, presenting it as a viable option, whipping the likes of Rep. Jackson Lee into a fearful frenzy… at least, until recently, when he’s now saying that it’s a “red line” that he won’t cross.
Remember when Q was saying “Fly [RR] fly!”
That was a bluff for #TheCabal. POTUS had no intention of firing him then. Q just wanted The Cabal thinking he was going to fire him.
So I read this drop… and I think to myself… I just can’t take anything written here about Mueller at face value.
Just go back to post 1008, where Q flipped out that it had been revealed too early that POTUS wasn’t a target of Mueller’s investigation any more:
That was back in the beginning of APRIL!
And then we’ve had-
What has Mueller been doing this whole time?!
So yeah. I believe that Q is describing what the Dems thought they were installing with Mueller.
But I’m just not convinced I can take it at face value.
I mean, come on. Mueller was there to help set up GoFundMe pages?!?
Like… PLEASE, someone total up all the money all the GoFundMe pages have made, and see if it really amounts to anything substantial. I’m guessing you’ve got a couple million in there, between the likes of Stormy Daniels and Blasey Ford.
In other words, Soros-chump-change.
And that’s one of the secret reasons for Mueller I’m just supposed to accept?
The alternative view is that I’m supposed to believe Trump and Q and MILINT didn’t know RR was a bad guy until too late. Why?
BECAUSE TRUMP NOMINATED HIM!!!
TRUMP ALSO REFUSED HIS RESIGNATION IN 2017!
Oh, was Trump just BUMBLING along, clueless that whole time?! How come Q just “happened” to skip over the fact that Rosenstein offered his resignation on March 10th, 2018??
(For the record, Q had THIRTY-NINE POSTS THAT DAY – and not one of them about Rosenstein).
[email protected]#$%^@$#%^[email protected]#^@$%@^ the LAYERS of DISINFO going on here! Look at the stylometric data I compiled the other week! Look at Rep. Jackson Lee’s reaction! You want me to think about this logically, Q? Logically, I almost feel like my intelligence is being insulted every time I read one of the drops along these lines of this RR thing.
Look. It’s hard for me to get emotionally invested in this particular issue at this point (which is partially why I’ve consistently taken the contrarian position here) and the only thing I want right now is this:
I just want it to be over already.
I almost don’t care about the details any more. I don’t care if I’m right or if I’m wrong. I don’t care how Rod and Bob go. I just want them gone.
Still, I think there’s a bit of a misunderstanding here when Q says: “We understand that there is extreme fatigue and frustration re: the wheels of justice [slow].”
For me, personally, it’s not the amount of time that’s involved in any of this that’s got me a bit let down. I’m very patient, and very deliberate. I can endure for the long-haul.
It’s the combo of the disinfo, combined with the disappointment from the predicted “booms” that never seem to culminate in any measurable gains that make me want to throw up my hands and go, “Whatever!” and… honestly, wash my hands walk away from NEON REVOLT and QAnon forever.
With the rate of progress we’re seeing, some cynical part of me is wondering if I should just tune out until after the Midterm elections.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know “things are happening.” I know Swamp Underling No. 64 is slated for yet another closed-door Congressional committee sixteen-to-thirty-five weeks from now. Someone in DC will crack open a partially-unredacted fortune cookie somewhere, and it will make headlines for a week.
But Q. You said on Sunday this was going to be [BOOM Week].
It’s already Wednesday.
I didn’t see any booms on Monday or Tuesday, and the only thing I’m seeing on the horizon that could even possibly equate to a Bang (let alone a Boom) is RR’s testimony on Thursday.
In other words, Disinfo + Disappointment = Disillusion.
That’s what you guys over there at the White House are sensing. It’s not mere impatience or fatigue, though delay does exacerbate all that.
It’s a deeper kind of cynicism. I know I’ve certainly been feeling it, especially as whoever on QTeam took over posting as Q has taken it upon themselves to serve up dozens of links to the normiesphere every day, offering us little more than what we could find for ourselves by visiting FoxNews.com, or Drudge every day. (God, that task alone – forcing us to read yet another screed by some journalist who has had all the personality sucked out of their writing by years in journalism school – is enough to make me not want to come back until after Midterms). And honestly, #Anons would find this stuff anyway.
Last week, with Kav getting nominated? That was truly a Boom Week, and everyone could feel it. That was when we finally saw some progress being made and good guys scoring.
This Rod and Bob stuff?
But I look forward to the day when we can dispense with the disinfo pretenses and finally see some measurable progress on this front. I know it can’t happen just yet, but I also know I’m not alone in feeling this way.
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Thanks so much!