posted on Nov, 29 2018 @ 07:58 AM
a reply to: ketsuko
No, I don't believe Q fixed the election, lol! Neither do I accept Q as "genuine"; nor as a "sorry LARPer".
I do think Q is a lucky "LARPer" though - if a LARP Q is.
Nonetheless, the presupposition is 53 - 47 refers to the Senate election result and not to something else originally, like something to do with the
sale of arms to SA or something of that nature, as Dask had pointed out above.
It's not obvious; nothing about Q's posting style is. Q is so vague people can and do imagine all sorts of meanings (some not so bad, others waaay out
there) for what Q posts. It almost seems like if someone happens to come up with a good guess and Q likes it, Q provides a confirmation (sometimes but
In this case, with the election, if 53 - 47 does refer to the Senate results, Q likely would have relied on a probability model like Nate Silver's as
a method for predicting an election outcome. Either that, a model based on probability theory, or reading tea leaves. I'll go for the former.
IMHO, Q got lucky with this one. It was close, especially in Mississippi, Florida and Arizona. Things could have gone the other way in these three key
races and Q's 53 - 47 prediction would have failed. But, it is what it is. Q's Senate prediction of 53 - 47 - if that's what the prediction was about
- came through as accurate.
Congratulations to Q are in order!
It doesn't make me a believer; it doesn't change my mind at all.
Hey, does anyone know if others had predicted 53 - 47 for the Senate? Or was Q the only one to do so?