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originally posted by: TheGOAT
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
originally posted by: 0bserver1
a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
What do you actually want from us ?
I really don't get it , one moment you're with us and the other you're attacking us some kind of constantly denial or something?
Note my mind control piece above.
How you've convinced yourself that an attack on Trump (not matter how legitimate of an attack and no matter whose doing the attacking, apparently) is now an attack on "us" (all of you, each of you).
Words of advise (for all Homo sapiens: When you observe yourself doing this regarding a political party / politician / etc, its time to take a step back and re-evaluate well, pretty much everything. Because whether or not the source intended it (usually they do): you're already in a 'mind control state'.
Oh but to answer: I've just seen enough with this Chump. Last week it was he couldnt risk Chinese laborers losing jobs so he pulled back on the tarrif in question. This week it'll be renewed Neocon policy arguments on some other place. And so on. We've been punked, is about all I can see now that I've added it all up.
Why don't your take your whining and moaning to your own thread. You're not discussing Q here at all, and quite frankly, you're not as intelligent, or free thinking, as you're trying to project. I've all your comments up to here and won't read, or respond to, any more.
You're nothing but the typical liberal snowflake (even though you'll try to tell all of us you're of no political association). Again take your complaints about Trump to another thread. MODS should be warning you and deleting your posts as they are not on topic. Stop ruining this thread with complaints about Trump and talk Q, or beat it.
originally posted by: Aallanon
a reply to: carewemust
He said he was going dark.
He asked for help.
I offered to do the summary of pages 101 to 200. (I'm in trouble)
That's why I asked if we could wrap this up in a couple of pages when we were on pg.98 LOL
201 to 300 still open.
On a side note I would love a lot of pages of derailing and infighting. It would make my job a lot easier. Amazing what a different perspective can do for you.
originally posted by: AgarthaSeed
This made me laugh.
The words of a presidential candidate that couldn't get 1% of the nation's vote, but more importantly,
former CIA agent
Sydney Morning Herald (13 March, 1991) by David Humphries PERTH: Perth police say they have proved a link between organised child sex abuse and devil worship, following the conviction on Monday of a young man on 22 charges of indecent assault and dealing and of evil intent. The head of WA’s child sex abuse unit, Detective-Sergeant Roger Smart, said the conviction of Scott Brian Gozenton demonstrated the link. Satanic practices “and the associated abuse perpetrated on children is prevalent in the United States and Britain and no-one can now doubt that the link can be made here,” Sergeant Smart said.
Nov 1 2017 00:41:54 (EST)
Think about it logically.
The only way is the military. Fully controlled.
Save & spread
(once 11.3 verifies as 1st marker).
Biggest advanced drop on Pol.
‘Extraordinary’ claims true: Catholic Church, NEWS.com.au (May 26, 2006, 12:02) by Gary Hughes The most extraordinary thing about today’s allegations of murders during satanic rituals involving a Melbourne priest is not that they’ve been made, but that the Catholic Church admitted in writing that it accepted they were substantially true.
originally posted by: Phoenix
Q said attacks were going to get hot and heavy because Q proved legitimacy by the password and dox event.
Certainly rings true last several pages posted here on ATS since the event.
The “deep state” is in a deep state of desperation. With little time left before the Justice Department inspector general’s report becomes public, and with special counsel Robert Mueller having failed to bring down Donald Trump after a year of trying, they know a reckoning is coming.
At this point, there is little doubt that the highest echelons of the FBI and the Justice Department broke their own rules to end the Hillary Clinton “matter,” but we can expect the inspector general to document what was done or, more pointedly, not done. It is hard to see how a year-long investigation of this won’t come down hard on former FBI Director James Comey and perhaps even former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, who definitely wasn’t playing mahjong in a secret “no aides allowed” meeting with former President Clinton on a Phoenix airport tarmac.
With this report on the way and congressional investigators beginning to zero in on the lack of hard, verified evidence for starting the Trump probe, current and former intelligence and Justice Department officials are dumping everything they can think of to save their reputations.
But it is backfiring. They started by telling the story of Alexander Downer, an Australian diplomat, as having remembered a bar conversation with George Papadopoulos, a foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign. But how did the FBI know they should talk to him? That’s left out of their narrative. Downer’s signature appears on a $25 million contribution to the Clinton Foundation. You don’t need much imagination to figure that he was close with Clinton Foundation operatives who relayed information to the State Department, which then called the FBI to complete the loop. This wasn’t intelligence. It was likely opposition research from the start.
In no way would a fourth-hand report from a Maltese professor justify wholesale targeting of four or five members of the Trump campaign. It took Christopher Steele, with his funding concealed through false campaign filings, to be incredibly successful at creating a vast echo chamber around his unverified, fanciful dossier, bouncing it back and forth between the press and the FBI so it appeared that there were multiple sources all coming to the same conclusion.
Perhaps the murkiest event in the timeline is Rod Rosenstein’s appointment of a special counsel after he personally recommended Comey’s firing in blistering terms. With Attorney General Jeff Sessions shoved out of the way, Rosenstein and Mueller then ignored their own conflicts and took charge anyway. Rosenstein is a fact witness, and Mueller is a friend of Comey, disqualifying them both.
Flush with 16 prosecutors, including a former lawyer for the Clinton Foundation, and an undisclosed budget, the Mueller investigation has been a scorched-earth effort to investigate the entirety of the Trump campaign, Trump business dealings, the entire administration and now, if it was not Russia, maybe it’s some other country.
This process must now be stopped, preferably long before a vote in the Senate. Rather than a fair, limited and impartial investigation, the Mueller investigation became a partisan, open-ended inquisition that, by its precedent, is a threat to all those who ever want to participate in a national campaign or an administration again.
Stopping Mueller isn’t about one president or one party. It’s about all presidents and all parties. It’s about cleaning out and reforming the deep state so that our intelligence operations are never used against opposing campaigns without the firmest of evidence. It’s about letting people work for campaigns and administrations without needing legal defense funds. It’s about relying on our elections to decide our differences.