Q just don’t stop! And neither do Anons! Let’s get into it. (And some of these won’t require any additional commentary from me, so we’ll just keep moving along):
Yeah, so for those who still haven’t heard:
I imagine the Dems will throw up the line that Barr’s dad hired Epstein when he was 20 to teach Math as the Dalton School in 1973. It’s literally all they “have” at this point…
Forget that the trafficking and the island stuff didn’t start until AFTER he had his hedge fund and had hooked up with Wexler. Heck, Epstein was just a smart nobody, age 20 when Donald Barr hired him.
I expect to see this because the Dems will be grasping at straws.
As for Christine Pelosi being “inserted…” not sure I’d call it that. She’s tweeted about the Epstein case, sure. But I don’t yet see how she’s working in any official capacity. Right now, it just looks like she’s shouting from the sidelines, to me.
And we talked a bit about Epstein’s ties to Mossad, yesterday, but here’s some real meat to chew on courtesy of Anon:
And if you needed more proof, Anon managed to dig this up:
You guys should know by now how I feel about this video.
Watch it again if you want, I suppose.
Sarah’s writing style continues to confound me:
The defense team for former National Security Advisor Michael T. Flynn has submitted a filing to the Eastern District of Virginia fighting the government’s most recent proposal to ask the Court to deem Flynn a “co-conspirator” in the case against his former partner.
I’m sorry, it’s just so… backwards and stilted. I feel like I’m dancing with two left feet whenever I read a Sarah Carter article. Yes, still. So I’m not even going to pull excerpts. Instead, I’ll summarize:
The gist of it is the Defense is trying to get Flynn listed as a co-conspirator, so that he won’t be able to testify against his former F.I.G. partner, Bijan Rafiekian.
Of course, Flynn’s counsel says this isn’t the case at all, and says its strange that the government would suddenly pull an about-face after trying to get him to testify for so long.
That’s it. Saved you a click.
Admiral Rogers retired on May 4th, 2018.
As to why…
No idea, Q.
Anons didn’t know, either. So your guess is as good as anyone’s, dear reader.
WASHINGTON – Michael T. Flynn, the former national security adviser, backed off his planned testimony in a federal case against a former associate, according to court documents unsealed on Tuesday. Mr. Flynn had previously admitted that he lied on foreign lobbying disclosure forms submitted to the Justice Department but now is blaming his former lawyers, accusing them of filing inaccurate forms without his knowledge.
Michael T. Flynn, the former national security adviser, backed off his planned testimony in a federal case against a former associate, according to court documents unsealed on Tuesday.
Mr. Flynn had previously admitted that he lied on foreign lobbying disclosure forms submitted to the Justice Department but now is blaming his former lawyers, accusing them of filing inaccurate forms without his knowledge. He did not dispute that the filing itself contained false information.
In the wake of Mr. Flynn’s reversal, federal prosecutors are now asserting that he is an unindicted co-conspirator rather than a cooperating witness and want to introduce his statements as evidence. Lawyers for Mr. Kian and Mr. Flynn both object vigorously to that move by prosecutors.
So this is similar to the question I had when I originally wrote my Flynn article, albeit coming from the opposite direction.
Originally, I asked:
What was Flynn hoping to accomplish by testifying against his former partner?
Is he trying to get him indicted as part of a larger sting (leading to more revelations) or is he trying to exonerate his former partner (still leading to further revelations)?
Now the question has become somewhat inverted. Instead of,
“What is Flynn trying to accomplish?”
- the question is now –
“What is the Government trying to prevent by stopping Flynn’s testimony?”
Stick a fork in this theory, guys.
And yet, this won’t be the end of it.
Of course, some people get testy whenever I point out facts they don’t like, so they try to shame me into silence, using all sorts of tactics (mostly just accusing me of being divisive… because, you know, the truth is such a “divisive” thing).
There seems to be this idea floating around out there that “unity” just means we all hold hands and dance in a big circle, like hippies at Woodstock (notably: those complaining the most seem to have actually been at Woodstock at one point).
That’s just completely wrong-headed.
You need to unify around something; something objective. Truth is objective. As Stella Sirius notes above, there’s not “my truth” and “your truth.” If you want that level of pandering, go watch Wendy Williams reruns or something.
No, you’re only “unified” inasmuch as you are close to the truth. You unify around an ideal.
And I’m not saying I always get it right, or that perspectives don’t enter into the equation.
But truth is still truth.
And in this case, JKF Jr. is not among us.
“bUt KnEE-On, DiS-iNfO iS NeCeSsArY”
It’s only prosthetics and yogurt.
Why aren’t we calling him “Democratic Serial Killer Ed Buck,” yet?
Prominent political activist Ed Buck is facing new legal troubles as the mother of a man who died in his home has filed an amended civil suit accusing Buck of human trafficking and engaging in revenge porn, CBS Los Angeles reports.
Prominent political activist Ed Buck is facing new legal troubles as the mother of ahas filed an amended civil suit accusing Buck of human trafficking and engaging in revenge porn, CBS Los Angeles reports.
I’d be interested to see the actual civil suit information regarding the human trafficking allegations. That bit is new.
As President Donald Trump named his picks to fill two influential seats on the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors, the price of gold surged. That may be because one of the them, Judy Shelton, is a believer in the return to the gold standard, a money policy abandoned by the U.S.
As President Donald Trump named his picks to fill two influential seats on the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors, the price of gold surged. That may be because one of the them, Judy Shelton, is a believer in the return to the gold standard, a money policy abandoned by the U.S. in 1971.
Shelton is raising eyebrows among mainstream economists for her views, which include slashing the Fed’s benchmark rate to zero and pegging the value of the dollar to gold prices. She’s not the first Trump pick for the Fed to advocate a return to the gold standard, with his two previous failed Fed choices — Stephen Moore and Herman Cain — also advocating for a revival of the policy.
In picking Shelton, Mr. Trump is aiming to place a supporter on the Federal Reserve, which he’s argued is slowing economic growth and depressing the stock market by keeping interest rates too high. The Fed currently is maintaining its benchmark rate in a range of 2.25% to 2.5%, but Shelton has said she wants to lower rates “as fast, as efficiently, as expeditiously as possible.”
If you’re not up to speed on why this is a big deal, you need to read this article and watch the videos – especially the one at the end:
And this is a great start… but if POTUS really wants to drive a dagger through the heart of the deep state, he needs to do one major thing first:
End tax witholding.
See, right now, whenever you are paid by your employer, you have taxes withheld from them (which is why at the end of the year, you get a tax return, for what they overcharged you).
But it wasn’t always that way.
You used to have to save, and put aside a certain chunk, and at the end of the year, cut a check to the government.
Taxes were low since the onus was on people to be smart, save, and minimize their burden.
Right now, people – but ESPECIALLY Leftists – vote for social programs that sound good in theory because they have no real sense of what everything is costing them.
But if they suddenly had to start taking 30 or more percent out of each paycheck and putting it aside so that they could just shovel it into the maw of the state at the end of the tax year… I can guarantee you, we’d see fiscal responsibility and low, low, low taxes (possibly even no income tax) return within a generation.
In other words, Gold is great.
But fundamentally, we need to stop being treated like animals on a tax farm.
Joe and Jill Biden made more than $15 million in two years after leaving the White House, tax returns show
Joe Biden and his wife Jill earned more than $15 million in the two years after the former vice president left the Obama administration, according to tax returns released by his presidential campaign Tuesday. The couple reported about $11 million in adjusted gross income in 2017, the documents from 2016 through 2018 show.
Joe Biden and his wife Jill earned more than $15 million in the two years after the former vice president left the Obama administration, according to tax returns released by his presidential campaign Tuesday.
The couple reported about $11 million in adjusted gross income in 2017, the documents from 2016 through 2018 show. They followed it up with another $4.6 million in adjusted gross income last year. Their income spiked from about $396,000 in 2016.
The Bidens paid about $3.7 million and $1.5 in taxes for 2017 and 2018, respectively — about a third of their adjusted gross income. They gave roughly $1 million and $275,000 to charity in 2017 and 2018, respectively.
The couple primarily made its money from book deals. Joe and Jill Biden reported about $10 million in 2017 income from CelticCapri and Giacoppa, S-corporations paid for their book deals and speaking engagements. The 2017 Republican tax cuts — backed by Trump and slammed across the 2020 Democratic field — gave a new 20% tax break to owners of S corporations and other entities.
Just like Q said in drop #3383 from the day before:
And you can almost trace Biden’s “rise” to VP in book deals:
And then another, so maybe this was a “down payment” on 2020?
You know who else had a book deal recently?
That’s right, the #DeepStateCandidate himself!
He’s not the only one. Harris and Warren have had books recently, as well, as has Stacey Abrams, actually.
But Anon noticed this about Biden’s book deal:
Anons then started to dig into the big book publishers out there – and I can now say from personal experience (what with trying to get my own book published) that this is very much true: book publishing is a lot like other mass-media, with only a handful of big players controlling the market.
This site in particular lays out “The Big Five:”
Here’s pics, in case that link goes down for whatever reason:
In particular, Biden’s book (as well as Comey’s) were printed by Macmillan…
Which was owned by our Mossad Spook from the previous article (and father of Epstein’s Madam, Ghislaine Maxwell) , Robert Maxwell:
Catch up on his story, if you haven’t already:
Likewise, Anons noticed a lot of Nazi connections in the land of corporate book publishing:
Staggering, is it not?
And all “hidden” in plain sight.
Important to remember that anyone caught up in this stands to lose everything:
Executive Order Blocking the Property of Persons Involved in Serious Human Rights Abuse or Corruption | The White House
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.) (IEEPA), the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.) (NEA), the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act (Public Law 114-328) (the “Act”), …
For those who may just be joining us, for whatever reason, Q is referencing a leaked photo of Rachel Chandler and Bill Clinton, taken together on the Lolita Express, years ago.
Chandler started out as an underage prostitute for Epstein on his island, serving the politicians and media figures there, but soon “graduated” into a kind of “Madam,” who would begin to procure/traffick others for Epstein. She even started a “modeling agency” to help towards this end. Anons would soon find someone from the FBI’s missing person’s list featured among her “models,” online.
Then, a couple months back, Q started dropping at on Rachel Chandler all at once. Just dump after dump after dump about her. I wasn’t really writing these long-form Q articles at the time, mostly because I was wrestling with trying to finish the behemoth now known as #RevolutionQ – but also because, as an original #Pizzagate digger, none of the info in those drops was new to me. Frankly, it felt old. I had seen it all about two or three years prior, thanks to the talented Anons I was working alongside at the time.
That said, if you’re someone who has never, ever been exposed to this information, you will find a handy tool on this entry page about Rachel Chandler. Just click the “QAnon Posts” button at the bottom, and QMap.pub will pull up every drop about her.
Want to know who is a patriot or traitor? Here is a listing of the key players in the game.
Of course, from those drops, we now know that Chandler has squealed and told most, if not all, of what she knows to the authorities.
Which spells a lot of trouble for Epstein and The Cabal.
As for other notable details about this drop, first, it looks like it’s saying [CLAS 1-99] at least partically comes directly from Chandler’s testimony… which is crazy to think about, considering that the first time we hear the term first dropped in drop #570, all the way back on Jan 21st, 2018 – when Q first started talking about “The 16 Year Plan to Destroy America.”
Secondly, we have the [M] in the killbox.
Couple candidates for this:
M could mean… Moloch. I think that’s most people’s favored interpretation.
It could also mean Masonic or Minerval. (The owl, in particular, is a symbol of Minerva, and I write extensively about its use in secret, occult societies in my book). Alternatively, the M could also mean “Mothers of Darkness.”
Again, just covering all the bases here. But, I think we’ll run with Moloch for the time being, unless Q tells us otherwise.
I covered Bill Maher last year – and much like my previous article, you’ll notice a significant number of what I’m now calling #QCoincidences, with Q seemingly confirming things after I had posted them just a day or so before.
(And honestly, with this particular article, I was the only guy posting about Maher at the time. It hadn’t quite hit the boards yet, IIRC).
And one of the things to come out of that article was exposing Bill Maher’s membership in the #SNCTM celebrity sex club to a wider readership. The club shares a key feature with NXIVM (besides its penchant for leaving vowels out of their names), and that’s the use of the term “Dominus” in their hierarchy. Maher pays $75,000 a year for Dominus level membership in SNCTM. NXIVM had the practice of “dominus obsequious sororium,” which meant “master over the slave girl.”
And more recently, SNCTM has been back in the news, with the founder suddenly looking to exit the “business,” willing to sell the company (and all its tapes) to the highest bidder:
A bidding war has begun for Snctm, an X-rated private sex palace where members pony up $75,000 a year to attend undercover orgies in town and at locations around the globe. But when the scandalous business changes hands, the most intimate details of its well-heeled members will go with it!
“That’s got everybody freaking out,” an insider exclusively snitched to The National ENQUIRER. “Every member is required to provide personal and professional profiles, along with revealing photos when they register — plus details of their most intimate fantasies.
“If that stuff got released to the public or is even filtered out through the dark web — or the 100,000 people on [Snctm’s] mailing list — careers and families will certainly be destroyed!”
Since February 2013, the high-class hotspot has been operated by Damon Lawner, whose risqué business has entertained marquee names including talk show host Bill Maher, Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow and her producer hubby Brad Falchuk!
In an email to Snctm’s members — which was exclusively reviewed by The ENQUIRER — Lawner said, “I’m going to hand over the keys to the kingdom to the first person or group that comes up with a $1,000,000 all-cash offer.”
Now his rush-to-the-door exit strategy is exactly what has his closeted membership holding its breath!
“If he’s going to grab the first offer he gets, it could go to anybody,” an insider snitched. “And if it’s somebody who isn’t as security conscious, lives may be ruined!”
Oh-ho-ho, will some dirt be emerging about Maher in short order?
I can do with one less smug Leftist condescending to me from my TV screen, can’t you?
You may recall that last year, we dug deep on the subject of potential underground facilities, with Anon using topographical data and some external features of the Island to conclude that tunnels were at about 60 feet above sea level:
As for the number of surveillance channels, Anon will answer that in a moment…
Sometimes, waiting a few days gives you an advantage when it comes to watching how the news plays out.
A judge has rejected federal prosecutors’ last-minute attempts to name former national security adviser and retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn a co-conspirator in a Turkish lobbying scheme.
Judge Anthony Trenga on Tuesday decided against the prosecution’s attempt to designate Flynn a co-conspirator in the case against his former business partner, citing lack of evidence, according to court documents obtained by the Daily Caller.
“The United States at this point has not presented or proffered evidence sufficient to establish by a preponderance of the evidence a conspiracy for the purposes of admitting against the Defendant the hearsay statements of alleged co-conspirators pursuant to Fed. R. Evid. 801(d)(2)(E),” Trenga wrote, noting a federal rule that prohibits new evidence from being introduced during an ongoing criminal trial.
A judge has rejected federal prosecutors’ last-minute attempts to name former national security adviser and retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn a co-conspirator in a Turkish lobbying scheme. Judge Anthony Trenga on Tuesday decided against the prosecution’s attempt to designate Flynn a co-conspirator in the case against his former business partner, citing lack of evidence, according to court documents obtained by the Daily Caller.
July, 2013, I believe.
Jumping ahead here, anon would respond in a moment:
The big problem we have right now is that we don’t have any flight records from that time frame, yet (at least, of which I’m aware).
The Epstein Flight logs that are available to the public are from the late 90’s and early 2000’s. I haven’t been able to track down anything from 2013, and judging by the boards, neither have Anons.
That said, Anons were pretty fixated on the date, and speculated that the date had something to do with a ceremony going on at the time. Referring back to Fritz Springmeier, we get this Illumined calendar:
Consider the dates in June, July, and August as potential timeframe candidates, and consider that which the “celebrants” on the island may have been partaking.
If we do get flight logs released from this time – perhaps as events unfold with Epstein’s case – look in particular for individuals on the flight over to the island, and then see if you can find records of them flying home.
Chances are, we’ll see names and numbers of individuals who never got to leave the island.
First thing’s first, I attempted to perspective-correct the staircase angles from Rachel Chandler’s original pic, just to get a better sense of the actual angle of decline:
It also looks like Channel 11 and Channel 7 show the same staircase, albeit at different angles:
One reader had this to say, when I posted the perspective-corrected pics on Twitter:
Obviously, this is assuming something resembling modern building codes.
I tend to agree, but we need to reconcile with what we saw earlier with the tunnels being at 60′ above sea level. This would put these potential rooms about 16 feet below those potential tunnel sites – at about 44′ above sea level.
Still possible. The existence of tunnels at 60 feet above sea level doesn’t preclude the existence of rooms at 44 feet above sea level. It’s certainly a distinct possibility here.
More examples courtesy of @Doomerguy over on Gab:
Refer back to the Illumined Calendar from earlier and correlate the dates.
Senate Democrats on Monday blocked a Republican bill that would have threatened prison time for doctors who don't try saving the life of infants born alive during abortions, leading conservatives to wonder openly whether Democrats were embracing "infanticide" to appeal to left-wing voters.
There’s a whole subculture in China that partakes in just… what can only be termed casual cannibalism, to this very day – which is most likely what that picture is from.
Beyond that, Anon got some numbers on fetal organ prices:
Analysis of the stolen emails not only eviscerates the legitimacy of at least 12 of Mueller’s indictments, it calls into question the motives for the origin of the probe.
Unchallenged allegations of a computer “hack” permeated nearly all mainstream-media coverage of the investigation and were sprinkled throughout much of the final report from special counsel Robert Mueller. The indictment of 12 Russians by Mueller asserts that the emails were obtained through a remote network breach. The indictment drones on and on about a Russian military unit dubbed “Unit 26165” and “X-Agent malware” that supposedly allowed the DNC emails to be compromised.
But analysis of the files themselves (analysis that team Mueller either never conducted or never discussed) shows otherwise.
What was revealed through forensic analysis of the emails was that they were copied at speeds too high to have been hacked and transmitted over the internet. The metadata indicate that the emails had to have been copied locally—by someone who had physical access to the network—to some sort of mobile hard drive or flash drive.
Binney and former CIA and State Department Counter Terrorism officer Larry Johnson wrote in a report that “the highest transfer rate was 49.1 megabytes per second, which is much faster than possible from a remote online connection. The 49.1 megabytes speed coincides with the download rate for a thumb drive.”
But let’s set that aside for a moment. The report also fails to account for the CIA’s Marble Framework tool—leaked to the public by WikiLeaks in its “Vault 7” drop—that allows the agency to “mask its hacking attacks to make it look like it came from” another country, including Russia. Even if there was a hack (the only available evidence shows there wasn’t), the CIA could have easily been behind it and left false digital footprints that blamed Russia. Mueller failed to address this, as well.
These are hardly minor details. And it should now be clear to all that exculpatory evidence is something that neither the Mueller team nor establishment media are interested in providing to the public.
Hmmm… Almost sounds like someone just shoved a thumb drive into the DNC server and dumped a bunch of files onto it…
GEE, I wonder who THAT could have been??? 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔
Along those lines, Trump is issuing an executive order to get intelligence agencies to share what data they have on the amount of non-citizens living in the US:
President Trump, speaking at the White House on Thursday, announced that he would "immediately" issue an executive order to get an accurate count of non-citizens and citizens in the United States -- a measure Trump said would be "far more accurate" than relying on a citizenship question in the 2020 census.
Should be quite a bit more effective than relying on people to self-report, if you ask me.
Sens. Graham and Grassley have demanded DOJ and the FBI provide an update on the fetal tissue investigation into Planned Parenthood.
Here’s the actual letter Graham and Grassley wrote to Barr:
Perfect recent example of this in action:
We spoke to people who told us how the QAnon conspiracy theory ruined their marriage, turned their parents into completely different people, and otherwise made their lives miserable.
LOL this article reads like a bad soap-opera script.
No, wait, it’s worse that that.
These are like bad telenovela scenes.
Seriously, someone just add QAnon related subtitles to this, and you would have this article:
First flight: July17th!
Same day as Mueller’s testimony.
Same day as POTUS’ rally.
Gonna be a big day!
And for the record, (and I know I’ve said this before) I still believe that B2 here is a reference to Bill Barr.
The mindset of most: If the majority of people believe ‘this’, than ‘this’ must be more true than ‘that’ [CIA_CLAS 1-99_56_Human_Psych_&_Emotional_Distress_IIED].
Can I share an excerpt from my upcoming book, #RevolutionQ, for just a moment?
It comes from a more personal chapter, and it’s, well…
I included it for a reason.
The Qdrop above helps illustrate what that reason is:
Some Anons thought the number on the side of the plane, 1066, was a reference to Qdrop 1066, which reads:
Interesting that Lockheed is doing this, when the plane was manufactured by Northrop Grumman.
Interesting to see these Project Snowbird craft to get shuffled around to different contractors…
There’s your new marker, Q people – “Wheels up.”
Be on the lookout for it!
A federal appeals court today ruled President Donald Trump can partially defund planned Parenthood while the abortion business’ lawsuit against his administration’s new rules moves forward.
As LifeNews reported in March, the Trump administration finalized an administrative rule that would partially defund the Planned Parenthood abortion business and deprive it of as much as $60 million in taxpayer dollars. This action adds to President Trump’s record of defunding the Planned Parenthood abortion company.
The abortion chain receives about $50 million to $60 million in Title X funds annually, but that could change now that the new rules are being implemented. The administration’s changes to Title X family planning grants have angered the abortion chain Planned Parenthood, prompting a lawsuit, but they provide hope for life-affirming pregnancy centers, which can now compete with the abortion giant for the federal funds.
Last month, a three-judge panel from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals granted the Trump administration’s request to lift national injunctions ordered by lower federal courts in Oregon and Washington state, as well as a statewide injunction in California. The panel said the Trump administration will likely prevail in the legal battle over the Title X family planning program since similar Reagan-era rules were upheld by the Supreme Court almost 30 years ago.
The full Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals then blocked the defunding while considering the case further.
Today, the entire appeals court upheld defunding in a 7-4 decision with Republican-appointed judges upholding defended and Democrat judges forcing Americans to fund the abortion business.
The decision drew condemnation from Leana Wen, the CEO of the abortion giant.
Expect the Dems to let up a massive REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE all at once, as this news goes mainstream.
It will be glorious.
Now, for the next drop, a bit of context is necessary.
You may recall a couple months ago that 8bit stepped down and FastJack stepped up as board owner, and since then, the shilling on the boards has only intensified.
In an attempt to stop spammers, FastJack changed the CAPTCHA settings on the board, derailing some of the bots that had been spamming and shilling in the process.
Some, but not all.
Now for those who don’t know how the “breads” (that is, the various research threads on the boards) work, the thread “bakers” will include “Notable” posts from the previous thread, collected up top in one easy-to-read post, to help other Anons find the latest and greatest research and discussions.
Bakers take notable suggestions from Anons, who often simply call “BAKER NOTABLE” in order to direct the baker’s attention to good posts made by other Anons.
Enter the attack vector.
The latest disruption tactic has been to shill the notables with spam suggestions.
But if that wasn’t bad enough, they then turn around and accuse the bakers of being shills for ignoring the posts.
They then throw tantrums and spam up the latest bread, with links back to the old bread, heaping insults upon the bakers.
It’s a total shill tactic, and very transparent. It’s also disruptive and annoying.
So FastJack, in trying to address this today, mandated (as Board Owner) that all notable suggestions be moved to their own separate thread – a solution that, while it would reduce the visibility of the notables, make life easier for the bakers and cut down on the aggressive spam by essentially taking away an attack vector.
Anons overall didn’t like this. And they didn’t like not being consulted on the matter.
(Personally, I understand both sides of the issue. And I’m not just saying that to be a fence-sitting centrist. You guys should know by now that I have no problem voicing my opinion).
But regardless, Q came in and overruled FastJack’s attempt at solving the problem by agreeing with an Anon:
Q wants the system will stay as it is. Spam and shills included.
Let the wheat grow with the tares.
It’s looking like FastJack may be pushing forward anyway with his plan to get rid of the Notables.
The old board owner, 8bit, actually came back on /qrb/ (QResearch Bunker) tonight, and posted this in response to FastJack:
There now seems to be a split in the community. And frankly, it looks to be FastJack’s doing.
This is not good, but if FastJack and the QRV bakers don’t relent, I have no doubt that Q will end up back with 8Bit, either at /qrb/, or some new board.
Wasn’t expecting to see a break in the Qcommunity tonight… And one which requires such a rapid response.
8bit, you know how to reach me if you need me for anything.
Not saying you do, but, if the need arises, feel free to reach out. I’ll do whatever I can to help.
And that, folks, is where I’m ending this article for the evening.
Yes, I realize there were a few more drops, but I want those to percolate a bit more for the time being, and not force out an article with them included, just for the sake of including them. I want to deliver the best digs, and the best commentary I can, and that’s going to take a little while longer with those drops – especially as this recent drama may overshadow some important digging.
Let’s pray and work towards a quick resolution to this conflict. Either FastJack apologizes and reverts these changes, or I think 8bit is going to have to step back up (if he even can right now). I’d prefer the former, but hope the latter is prepared in case of a worst-case-scenario.