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originally posted by: IAMTAT
People may be losing interest in this thread.
Maybe it's because of the pages and pages of back and forth bickering...resolving nothing and producing only more pages and pages of back and forth bickering.
Maybe I'm wrong.
More stuff less fluff....
Makes digging into this crap even more frustrating, and sometimes I think that's the point. Drive people away with constant bickering and drivel.
originally posted by: daskakik
a reply to: pavil
Honestly, I can't think of anything in the Q drops that was an eye opener and I have read each one so it isn't lack of interest. Maybe there really isn't anything new in them? Do you have any off the top of your head?
HSI is “supposed to be out there making these major cases, these big cartels that are smuggling guns, drugs, money,” Alonzo Peña, a former ICE deputy director, told the Texas Observer. “And because of this whole immigration rhetoric — that immigrants are bad, that they’re criminals and rapists and all that — the focus is totally off mission.” The agents, who work to combat things like drugs and arms trafficking, wrote that their investigations “have been perceived as targeting undocumented aliens, instead of the transnational criminal organizations that facilitate cross border crimes impacting our communities and national security.”
The letter suggests splitting ICE into two separate agencies that focus separately on homeland security and deportation, which the agents say would “improve transparency, efficiency and effectiveness.”
The agents’ letter, first reported by the Texas Observer, expressed concern that President Trump’s crackdown on undocumented migrants has made it more difficult for them to conduct investigations into significant national security issues.
Also, the original claim is that Q is real. That is for those upholding that claim to prove not for skeptics to disprove. All we can do is post why we are not convinced.
originally posted by: CoramDeo
If a theoretical physicist presents his or her theory on some aspect of the known universe, presents mathematical proofs, and has 10 other physisists who subscribe to and agree with the mathematical models presented, those that disagree with the theory would be expected to do more than just argue that they are incorrect.
originally posted by: BringMeThanos
Interesting video from two prominent Trump supporters.
Interpretation = EITHER "Brian Jordan Foundation (Atlanta, GA)", OR "BENELUX (Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg) Jachthoorn Federatie (Dutch; horn federation)"
That isn't the scenario, though.
You don't have mathematical proofs and a lot of people say they are still on the fence so it seems like most people don't fully subscribe.