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originally posted by: GeechQuestInfo
originally posted by: Enderdog
originally posted by: Whereismypassword
originally posted by: XAnarchistX
As much as I hate Posobiec,
"Working on a new @OANN piece debunking QAnon. I am in contact with one of the people who started it of it who is ready to go on record"
Good for him
Q is not election winning material for the republicans
OK....I'm just kind of wondering what your thought process is, for finding that relevant, in terms of politics. Are you somehow supposing that the Republican Party, is on Prez the Donald's team, for cleaning up the sewer of Govco?
I guess what I am really asking, is do you actually believe that there is a legitimate difference, between the right-catering demographic players, and the left-catering democratic players, of the only actual Party we have...the Incumbent Party?
Do you actually believe that McConnel and McCain and Pelosi and Reid are not working for the EXACT same Overlords? Really?
I find that kind of fascinating.
It’s relevant because politicians have to show favor to their base (their SOLE job is getting re-elected).
Now that this Q nonsense has broken through to the main stream, Republican politicians are going to have to address it. The problem with that is a percentage of the Republican base, and the percentage seems to be growing, have fallen for this Q crap. When you’re a politician you need the votes from your base so you will go along with their idiocy and act like one of them for the vote.
Politicians can not go along with this Q garbage. It’s a divisive issue amongst the base. If you’re seen supporting it, you’ll lose a block of votes. Now that it’s starting to break through, if you DON’T support it, you’ll lose a block of votes.
Votes are the only thing politicians care about.
This is why this Q stuff is so sad on so many levels. Too many people have bought in and now it will need to be addressed. I tuned into the Rally on YouTube for 2 minutes and the comment section was crawling with Q references. At the rate it’s going, it will have to be discussed, which is bad for Republicans.
Q is most likely just a small group of trolls loving attention (the same way these things always turn out). But oh how funny would it be if Q were actually a small group of genius democrats who pushed this narrative solely to split the Republican Party. Donald Trump is the first “internet” President, and the only way to stop him from being elected is to turn his biggest ally, the “internet”, against him.
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: AgarthaSeed
What would have been the implications if the Q-movement had reached the mainstream media AFTER the 20 FISA pages were declassified/unredacted?
Also, has anyone ever stated what the "D5." means? It appears in several of Q's messages (approx. 6), but I don't recall seeing it explained before.
originally posted by: XAnarchistX
Again, my dislike of this Wictor character, but
"So far every Q supporter who told me about this has lied about it.
It wasn't written for the sole purpose of fighting child trafficking, and child traffickers are not sent to Guantanamo Bay, which is a MILITARY PRISON.
This is why I don't follow Q."
ADDENDUM: I stand partially corrected.
The Executive Order is not in response to child trafficking, and it makes clear that multiple entities are involved in crimes against humanity.
Child trafficking is a crime against humanity, Thomas.
I am surprised you didn't know about this EO. Seems most of the #QAnon folk did.
That’s because #QAnon told us about it ... lol