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originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan
originally posted by: PokeyJoe
NEW Q # 2108:
7 Sep 2018 - 3:57:28 PM
Goodbye, Mr. Rosenstein.
originally posted by: Sabrechucker
Where are the screen shots? I'm not totally sold it was her. Happy to be proven otherwise. They do look similar though
He's on the darkside for sure I was just really surprized when he reopened her case right before the election.
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: vinifalou
You just pointed out why president Trump in no way shape or form can confirm that he knows about Q.
If Democrats regain power and find out who Q is, they could legitimately have both of them brought up on charges of disclosing classified information.
Until Rex Tillerson was appointed, there was some talk about what State Department personnel could do to “stop the damage” Trump policies might inflict, but for the most part, the department continued to execute the policies and state the positions of the previous administration, as it should have. In Navy lingo, the State Department was “following the last order given.”
After Tillerson arrived, discussion of obstruction turned into actions to obstruct. Details were frequently kept from the secretary, and he would arrive at meetings with counterparts with an incomplete and often distorted picture of the issue being discussed.As I prepared to exit the State Department, it was clear what was going on — a direct attack on the people’s control of the government.