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On the surface, Q is a backchannel communication program designed by the Trump administration maintaining plausible deniability while feeding misinformation to bad actors to create chaos and narrative confusion among their ranks. Some Q connections are confirmed while others are broken or plainly false. We already know Trump's white house strategy involves controlled leaks of all kinds coming from various angles to expose deep state agents, discredit the media and exercise control of the narrative.

Or perhaps...

Q is a backchannel communication program designed by the banking elite, maintaining plausible deniability while feeding misinformation to good actors to create chaos and narrative confusion among their ranks. Some Q connections are confirmed while others are broken or plainly false. We already know Trump's white house strategy involves empowering the intelligence agencies, bailing out the banks, and promoting deep state agents to positions of power, and to discredit critical thinking, and to exercise control of the narrative.
Could the truth be somewhere in between? The DS is losing control of the narrative (especially with respect to the beer virus) however they have the vast majority of people wearing useless masks. People like Flynn are being exonerated yet the swamp is still brimming with stagnant water and toxic creatures abound. Organisations like Wikileaks have shone a small light on the MIC however the financial behemoth continues to run amok fully obscured, with any efforts at illumination swiftly dealt with.
 

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https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/05/politics/military-leaders-trump-floyd-protests/index.html

Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis
Former Secretary of Defense under Trump
Statement released June 3
"Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people -- does not even pretend to try. Instead he tries to divide us. We are witnessing the consequences of three years of this deliberate effort. We are witnessing the consequences of three years without mature leadership. We can unite without him, drawing on the strengths inherent in our civil society."
Marine Corps. Gen. John Kelly
Former Chief of Staff to Trump, Former commander of US Southern Command under Obama
Interview on June 5
"I would've argued against it, recommended against it," Kelly said of Trump's photo-op. "I would argue that the end result of that was predictable."
"I think we need to look harder at who we elect. I think we should look at people that are running for office and put them through the filter: What is their character like? What are their ethics?"
Marine Corps Gen. John Allen
Former commander of US forces in Afghanistan under Obama
Commentary published June 3 by
Foreign Policy
"Donald Trump isn't religious, has no need of religion, and doesn't care about the devout, except insofar as they serve his political needs...To even the casual observer, Monday was awful for the United States and its democracy. The president's speech was calculated to project his abject and arbitrary power, but he failed to project any of the higher emotions or leadership desperately needed in every quarter of this nation during this dire moment."
Navy Adm. Mike Mullen
Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under George W. Bush and Obama
Op-ed for The Atlantic published June 2
"It sickened me yesterday to see security personnel—including members of the National Guard—forcibly and violently clear a path through Lafayette Square to accommodate the president's visit outside St. John's Church. I have to date been reticent to speak out on issues surrounding President Trump's leadership, but we are at an inflection point, and the events of the past few weeks have made it impossible to remain silent. Whatever Trump's goal in conducting his visit, he laid bare his disdain for the rights of peaceful protest in this country, gave succor to the leaders of other countries who take comfort in our domestic strife, and risked further politicizing the men and women of our armed forces. There was little good in the stunt."
Air Force Gen. Richard Myers
Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under George W. Bush
Interview with CNN on June 4
"The first thing was just absolute sadness that people aren't allowed to protest and that, as I understand it, that was a peaceful protest that was disturbed by force, and that's not right. That should not happen in America. And so I was sad. I mean, we should all shed tears over that, that particular act. ...I'm glad I don't have to advise this President. I'm sure the senior military leadership is finding it really difficult these days to provide good, sound military advice."
Army Gen. Martin Dempsey
Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under Obama
Interview with NPR on June 4
"The idea that the President would take charge of the situation using the military was troubling to me."
William Perry
Former Defense Secretary served under Clinton
Twitter, June 4
"I am outraged at the deplorable behavior of our President and Defense Secretary Esper, threatening to use American military forces to suppress peaceful demonstrators exercising their constitutional rights. This is a deeply shameful moment for our nation."
Navy Adm. William McRaven
Former commander of US Special Operations Command under Obama
Interview with MSNBC on June 5
"You're not going to use, whether it's the military, or the National Guard, or law enforcement, to clear peaceful American citizens for the President of the United States to do a photo op. There is nothing morally right about that."
Navy Adm. James Stavridis
Former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO
Commentary published by
Time on June 3
"Our active duty military must remain above the fray of domestic politics, and the best way to do that is to keep that force focused on its rightful mission outside the United States. Our senior active duty military leaders must make that case forcefully and directly to national leadership, speaking truth to power in uncomfortable ways. They must do this at the risk of their career. I hope they will do so, and not allow the military to be dragged into the maelstrom that is ahead of us, and which will likely only accelerate between now and November. If they do not stand and deliver on this vital core value, I fear for the soul of our military and all of the attendant consequences."
Army Gen. Raymond A. "Tony" Thomas
Former commander of US Special Operations Command under Obama and Trump
Twitter, June 1
On Esper's use of the term "battlespace" when discussing quelling violence on the streets amid civil unrest: "The 'battle space' of America??? Not what America needs to hear...ever, unless we are invaded by an adversary or experience a constitutional failure...ie a Civil War..."
Air Force Gen. Mike Hayden
Former director of the CIA and NSA under Bush and Obama
Twitter, June 2
On Milley joining Trump for his walk in front of the White House after protesters were cleared: "I was appalled to see him in his battle dress. Milley (he's a general?!?) should not have walked over to the church with Trump."
Ash Carter
Former Defense Secretary under Obama
Statement on June 5

"The Department of Defense exists to safeguard our citizens, not dominate them. I was dismayed to see DoD drawn inappropriately this week into the President's response to protests. There is here no need, no warrant, and no excuse to bring active-duty military force into the restoration of order. I say this as a former Secretary of Defense who death with many situations where military intervention was helpful, even vital, in the homeland — past epidemics, hurricanes and floods, and so forth. Equally abhorrent to me was the inclusion of defense leaders in political theater."
Leon Panetta and Chuck Hagel
Former defense secretaries under Obama
Joined Carter and 86 other former defense officials in
Washington Post open letter on June 5
"As former leaders in the Defense Department — civilian and military, Republican, Democrat and independent — we all took an oath upon assuming office 'to support and defend the Constitution of the United States' as did the president and all members of the military, a fact that Gen. Milley pointed out in a recent memorandum to members of the armed forces. We are alarmed at how the president is betraying this oath by threatening to order members of the U.S. military to violate the rights of their fellow Americans."
 

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Could the truth be somewhere in between?
Yes, I think that's a fair point to make. In addition, there is typically a degree of infighting inside of power structures.

Organisations like Wikileaks have shone a small light on the MIC however the financial behemoth continues to run amok fully obscured, with any efforts at illumination swiftly dealt with.
One of the key reasons I don't trust Trump is that this administration neutralized Wikileaks by declaring Wikileaks a terrorist organization, and by pressuring Ecuador to abandon Assange. And that happened after Trump praised Wikileaks during his campaign. That is solid evidence of where Trump's loyalties lie.
 

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One of the key reasons I don't trust Trump is that this administration neutralized Wikileaks by declaring Wikileaks a terrorist organization, and by pressuring Ecuador to abandon Assange. And that happened after Trump praised Wikileaks during his campaign. That is solid evidence of where Trump's loyalties lie.
I was hoping someone would pick up on that.
 

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I could never get my head around who he put in positions of power that were known ds........ the only thing I could figure is he was giving access to keep tabs on them to see where it led. Then when he got rid of them and put in another one follow them to see if the trail is the same or a new thread of it's own. In order to cut the head off a snake you would need a trail to see where it ended.

Did they figure out long ago that the whole dam thing needed brought down? How would you even begin to do that?

Where do all roads lead? Can you even get to the head? How many foot soldiers and layers upon layers are there and how close can you get to the top?

That is the only thing that makes me think soros is still a few levels down. They attack from so many directions is someone like valerie jarrett above soros or below. kenyan would be below jarrett as she was his handler. If dug deep enough most of the past leaders would have handlers. Maybe the same thing applies to maxwell.

Don't forget before the kung flu Hong Kong & France were protesting for months / years. rapeugees have been planted everywhere.
This didn't start under bathhouse, killinton signed nafta, step by step it's been going against the US for decades or even a century.
 

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Anyone who says these are "peaceful protests" is dishonest and part of the swamp.
 

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Consider the source. The swamp runs so very deep.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/05/politics/military-leaders-trump-floyd-protests/index.html

Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis
Former Secretary of Defense under Trump
Statement released June 3
"Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people -- does not even pretend to try. Instead he tries to divide us. We are witnessing the consequences of three years of this deliberate effort. We are witnessing the consequences of three years without mature leadership. We can unite without him, drawing on the strengths inherent in our civil society."
Marine Corps. Gen. John Kelly
Former Chief of Staff to Trump, Former commander of US Southern Command under Obama
Interview on June 5
"I would've argued against it, recommended against it," Kelly said of Trump's photo-op. "I would argue that the end result of that was predictable."
"I think we need to look harder at who we elect. I think we should look at people that are running for office and put them through the filter: What is their character like? What are their ethics?"
Marine Corps Gen. John Allen
Former commander of US forces in Afghanistan under Obama
Commentary published June 3 by
Foreign Policy
"Donald Trump isn't religious, has no need of religion, and doesn't care about the devout, except insofar as they serve his political needs...To even the casual observer, Monday was awful for the United States and its democracy. The president's speech was calculated to project his abject and arbitrary power, but he failed to project any of the higher emotions or leadership desperately needed in every quarter of this nation during this dire moment."
Navy Adm. Mike Mullen
Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under George W. Bush and Obama
Op-ed for The Atlantic published June 2
"It sickened me yesterday to see security personnel—including members of the National Guard—forcibly and violently clear a path through Lafayette Square to accommodate the president's visit outside St. John's Church. I have to date been reticent to speak out on issues surrounding President Trump's leadership, but we are at an inflection point, and the events of the past few weeks have made it impossible to remain silent. Whatever Trump's goal in conducting his visit, he laid bare his disdain for the rights of peaceful protest in this country, gave succor to the leaders of other countries who take comfort in our domestic strife, and risked further politicizing the men and women of our armed forces. There was little good in the stunt."
Air Force Gen. Richard Myers
Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under George W. Bush
Interview with CNN on June 4
"The first thing was just absolute sadness that people aren't allowed to protest and that, as I understand it, that was a peaceful protest that was disturbed by force, and that's not right. That should not happen in America. And so I was sad. I mean, we should all shed tears over that, that particular act. ...I'm glad I don't have to advise this President. I'm sure the senior military leadership is finding it really difficult these days to provide good, sound military advice."
Army Gen. Martin Dempsey
Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under Obama
Interview with NPR on June 4
"The idea that the President would take charge of the situation using the military was troubling to me."
William Perry
Former Defense Secretary served under Clinton
Twitter, June 4
"I am outraged at the deplorable behavior of our President and Defense Secretary Esper, threatening to use American military forces to suppress peaceful demonstrators exercising their constitutional rights. This is a deeply shameful moment for our nation."
Navy Adm. William McRaven
Former commander of US Special Operations Command under Obama
Interview with MSNBC on June 5
"You're not going to use, whether it's the military, or the National Guard, or law enforcement, to clear peaceful American citizens for the President of the United States to do a photo op. There is nothing morally right about that."
Navy Adm. James Stavridis
Former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO
Commentary published by
Time on June 3
"Our active duty military must remain above the fray of domestic politics, and the best way to do that is to keep that force focused on its rightful mission outside the United States. Our senior active duty military leaders must make that case forcefully and directly to national leadership, speaking truth to power in uncomfortable ways. They must do this at the risk of their career. I hope they will do so, and not allow the military to be dragged into the maelstrom that is ahead of us, and which will likely only accelerate between now and November. If they do not stand and deliver on this vital core value, I fear for the soul of our military and all of the attendant consequences."
Army Gen. Raymond A. "Tony" Thomas
Former commander of US Special Operations Command under Obama and Trump
Twitter, June 1
On Esper's use of the term "battlespace" when discussing quelling violence on the streets amid civil unrest: "The 'battle space' of America??? Not what America needs to hear...ever, unless we are invaded by an adversary or experience a constitutional failure...ie a Civil War..."
Air Force Gen. Mike Hayden
Former director of the CIA and NSA under Bush and Obama
Twitter, June 2
On Milley joining Trump for his walk in front of the White House after protesters were cleared: "I was appalled to see him in his battle dress. Milley (he's a general?!?) should not have walked over to the church with Trump."
Ash Carter
Former Defense Secretary under Obama
Statement on June 5

"The Department of Defense exists to safeguard our citizens, not dominate them. I was dismayed to see DoD drawn inappropriately this week into the President's response to protests. There is here no need, no warrant, and no excuse to bring active-duty military force into the restoration of order. I say this as a former Secretary of Defense who death with many situations where military intervention was helpful, even vital, in the homeland — past epidemics, hurricanes and floods, and so forth. Equally abhorrent to me was the inclusion of defense leaders in political theater."
Leon Panetta and Chuck Hagel
Former defense secretaries under Obama
Joined Carter and 86 other former defense officials in
Washington Post open letter on June 5
"As former leaders in the Defense Department — civilian and military, Republican, Democrat and independent — we all took an oath upon assuming office 'to support and defend the Constitution of the United States' as did the president and all members of the military, a fact that Gen. Milley pointed out in a recent memorandum to members of the armed forces. We are alarmed at how the president is betraying this oath by threatening to order members of the U.S. military to violate the rights of their fellow Americans."
How much money do these people stand to lose if the "system" gets deconstructed? How much of their lives has been invested in the status quo?
 

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Don't forget before the kung flu Hong Kong & France were protesting for months / years. rapeugees have been planted everywhere.
This didn't start under bathhouse, killinton signed nafta, step by step it's been going against the US for decades or even a century.
It's hard for me to believe Trump is part of that crowd but time will tell I suppose. The good news is they can only kick the can down the road for a few more months. The 2020 election will be the finale of this mystery ride IMHO. We'll know one way or the other on Nov 4th the direction we'll be led in
 

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Consider the source. The swamp runs so very deep.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/05/politics/military-leaders-trump-floyd-protests/index.html

Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis
Former Secretary of Defense under Trump
Statement released June 3
"Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people -- does not even pretend to try. Instead he tries to divide us. We are witnessing the consequences of three years of this deliberate effort. We are witnessing the consequences of three years without mature leadership. We can unite without him, drawing on the strengths inherent in our civil society."
Marine Corps. Gen. John Kelly
Former Chief of Staff to Trump, Former commander of US Southern Command under Obama
Interview on June 5
"I would've argued against it, recommended against it," Kelly said of Trump's photo-op. "I would argue that the end result of that was predictable."
"I think we need to look harder at who we elect. I think we should look at people that are running for office and put them through the filter: What is their character like? What are their ethics?"
Marine Corps Gen. John Allen
Former commander of US forces in Afghanistan under Obama
Commentary published June 3 by
Foreign Policy
"Donald Trump isn't religious, has no need of religion, and doesn't care about the devout, except insofar as they serve his political needs...To even the casual observer, Monday was awful for the United States and its democracy. The president's speech was calculated to project his abject and arbitrary power, but he failed to project any of the higher emotions or leadership desperately needed in every quarter of this nation during this dire moment."
Navy Adm. Mike Mullen
Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under George W. Bush and Obama
Op-ed for The Atlantic published June 2
"It sickened me yesterday to see security personnel—including members of the National Guard—forcibly and violently clear a path through Lafayette Square to accommodate the president's visit outside St. John's Church. I have to date been reticent to speak out on issues surrounding President Trump's leadership, but we are at an inflection point, and the events of the past few weeks have made it impossible to remain silent. Whatever Trump's goal in conducting his visit, he laid bare his disdain for the rights of peaceful protest in this country, gave succor to the leaders of other countries who take comfort in our domestic strife, and risked further politicizing the men and women of our armed forces. There was little good in the stunt."
Air Force Gen. Richard Myers
Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under George W. Bush
Interview with CNN on June 4
"The first thing was just absolute sadness that people aren't allowed to protest and that, as I understand it, that was a peaceful protest that was disturbed by force, and that's not right. That should not happen in America. And so I was sad. I mean, we should all shed tears over that, that particular act. ...I'm glad I don't have to advise this President. I'm sure the senior military leadership is finding it really difficult these days to provide good, sound military advice."
Army Gen. Martin Dempsey
Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under Obama
Interview with NPR on June 4
"The idea that the President would take charge of the situation using the military was troubling to me."
William Perry
Former Defense Secretary served under Clinton
Twitter, June 4
"I am outraged at the deplorable behavior of our President and Defense Secretary Esper, threatening to use American military forces to suppress peaceful demonstrators exercising their constitutional rights. This is a deeply shameful moment for our nation."
Navy Adm. William McRaven
Former commander of US Special Operations Command under Obama
Interview with MSNBC on June 5
"You're not going to use, whether it's the military, or the National Guard, or law enforcement, to clear peaceful American citizens for the President of the United States to do a photo op. There is nothing morally right about that."
Navy Adm. James Stavridis
Former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO
Commentary published by
Time on June 3
"Our active duty military must remain above the fray of domestic politics, and the best way to do that is to keep that force focused on its rightful mission outside the United States. Our senior active duty military leaders must make that case forcefully and directly to national leadership, speaking truth to power in uncomfortable ways. They must do this at the risk of their career. I hope they will do so, and not allow the military to be dragged into the maelstrom that is ahead of us, and which will likely only accelerate between now and November. If they do not stand and deliver on this vital core value, I fear for the soul of our military and all of the attendant consequences."
Army Gen. Raymond A. "Tony" Thomas
Former commander of US Special Operations Command under Obama and Trump
Twitter, June 1
On Esper's use of the term "battlespace" when discussing quelling violence on the streets amid civil unrest: "The 'battle space' of America??? Not what America needs to hear...ever, unless we are invaded by an adversary or experience a constitutional failure...ie a Civil War..."
Air Force Gen. Mike Hayden
Former director of the CIA and NSA under Bush and Obama
Twitter, June 2
On Milley joining Trump for his walk in front of the White House after protesters were cleared: "I was appalled to see him in his battle dress. Milley (he's a general?!?) should not have walked over to the church with Trump."
Ash Carter
Former Defense Secretary under Obama
Statement on June 5

"The Department of Defense exists to safeguard our citizens, not dominate them. I was dismayed to see DoD drawn inappropriately this week into the President's response to protests. There is here no need, no warrant, and no excuse to bring active-duty military force into the restoration of order. I say this as a former Secretary of Defense who death with many situations where military intervention was helpful, even vital, in the homeland — past epidemics, hurricanes and floods, and so forth. Equally abhorrent to me was the inclusion of defense leaders in political theater."
Leon Panetta and Chuck Hagel
Former defense secretaries under Obama
Joined Carter and 86 other former defense officials in
Washington Post open letter on June 5
"As former leaders in the Defense Department — civilian and military, Republican, Democrat and independent — we all took an oath upon assuming office 'to support and defend the Constitution of the United States' as did the president and all members of the military, a fact that Gen. Milley pointed out in a recent memorandum to members of the armed forces. We are alarmed at how the president is betraying this oath by threatening to order members of the U.S. military to violate the rights of their fellow Americans."
A list of war mongers and Bathhouse Barry appointees.
 

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Consider the source. The swamp runs so very deep.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/05/politics/military-leaders-trump-floyd-protests/index.html

Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis
Former Secretary of Defense under Trump
Statement released June 3
"Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people -- does not even pretend to try. Instead he tries to divide us. We are witnessing the consequences of three years of this deliberate effort. We are witnessing the consequences of three years without mature leadership. We can unite without him, drawing on the strengths inherent in our civil society."
Marine Corps. Gen. John Kelly
Former Chief of Staff to Trump, Former commander of US Southern Command under Obama
Interview on June 5
"I would've argued against it, recommended against it," Kelly said of Trump's photo-op. "I would argue that the end result of that was predictable."
"I think we need to look harder at who we elect. I think we should look at people that are running for office and put them through the filter: What is their character like? What are their ethics?"
Marine Corps Gen. John Allen
Former commander of US forces in Afghanistan under Obama
Commentary published June 3 by
Foreign Policy
"Donald Trump isn't religious, has no need of religion, and doesn't care about the devout, except insofar as they serve his political needs...To even the casual observer, Monday was awful for the United States and its democracy. The president's speech was calculated to project his abject and arbitrary power, but he failed to project any of the higher emotions or leadership desperately needed in every quarter of this nation during this dire moment."
Navy Adm. Mike Mullen
Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under George W. Bush and Obama
Op-ed for The Atlantic published June 2
"It sickened me yesterday to see security personnel—including members of the National Guard—forcibly and violently clear a path through Lafayette Square to accommodate the president's visit outside St. John's Church. I have to date been reticent to speak out on issues surrounding President Trump's leadership, but we are at an inflection point, and the events of the past few weeks have made it impossible to remain silent. Whatever Trump's goal in conducting his visit, he laid bare his disdain for the rights of peaceful protest in this country, gave succor to the leaders of other countries who take comfort in our domestic strife, and risked further politicizing the men and women of our armed forces. There was little good in the stunt."
Air Force Gen. Richard Myers
Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under George W. Bush
Interview with CNN on June 4
"The first thing was just absolute sadness that people aren't allowed to protest and that, as I understand it, that was a peaceful protest that was disturbed by force, and that's not right. That should not happen in America. And so I was sad. I mean, we should all shed tears over that, that particular act. ...I'm glad I don't have to advise this President. I'm sure the senior military leadership is finding it really difficult these days to provide good, sound military advice."
Army Gen. Martin Dempsey
Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under Obama
Interview with NPR on June 4
"The idea that the President would take charge of the situation using the military was troubling to me."
William Perry
Former Defense Secretary served under Clinton
Twitter, June 4
"I am outraged at the deplorable behavior of our President and Defense Secretary Esper, threatening to use American military forces to suppress peaceful demonstrators exercising their constitutional rights. This is a deeply shameful moment for our nation."
Navy Adm. William McRaven
Former commander of US Special Operations Command under Obama
Interview with MSNBC on June 5
"You're not going to use, whether it's the military, or the National Guard, or law enforcement, to clear peaceful American citizens for the President of the United States to do a photo op. There is nothing morally right about that."
Navy Adm. James Stavridis
Former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO
Commentary published by
Time on June 3
"Our active duty military must remain above the fray of domestic politics, and the best way to do that is to keep that force focused on its rightful mission outside the United States. Our senior active duty military leaders must make that case forcefully and directly to national leadership, speaking truth to power in uncomfortable ways. They must do this at the risk of their career. I hope they will do so, and not allow the military to be dragged into the maelstrom that is ahead of us, and which will likely only accelerate between now and November. If they do not stand and deliver on this vital core value, I fear for the soul of our military and all of the attendant consequences."
Army Gen. Raymond A. "Tony" Thomas
Former commander of US Special Operations Command under Obama and Trump
Twitter, June 1
On Esper's use of the term "battlespace" when discussing quelling violence on the streets amid civil unrest: "The 'battle space' of America??? Not what America needs to hear...ever, unless we are invaded by an adversary or experience a constitutional failure...ie a Civil War..."
Air Force Gen. Mike Hayden
Former director of the CIA and NSA under Bush and Obama
Twitter, June 2
On Milley joining Trump for his walk in front of the White House after protesters were cleared: "I was appalled to see him in his battle dress. Milley (he's a general?!?) should not have walked over to the church with Trump."
Ash Carter
Former Defense Secretary under Obama
Statement on June 5

"The Department of Defense exists to safeguard our citizens, not dominate them. I was dismayed to see DoD drawn inappropriately this week into the President's response to protests. There is here no need, no warrant, and no excuse to bring active-duty military force into the restoration of order. I say this as a former Secretary of Defense who death with many situations where military intervention was helpful, even vital, in the homeland — past epidemics, hurricanes and floods, and so forth. Equally abhorrent to me was the inclusion of defense leaders in political theater."
Leon Panetta and Chuck Hagel
Former defense secretaries under Obama
Joined Carter and 86 other former defense officials in
Washington Post open letter on June 5
"As former leaders in the Defense Department — civilian and military, Republican, Democrat and independent — we all took an oath upon assuming office 'to support and defend the Constitution of the United States' as did the president and all members of the military, a fact that Gen. Milley pointed out in a recent memorandum to members of the armed forces. We are alarmed at how the president is betraying this oath by threatening to order members of the U.S. military to violate the rights of their fellow Americans."
So the perfumed princes of the pentagram speak and we hear are lies and accusation. Surprised?!? No. Every one of these rat bastards will removed and depending on their deeds might win an all expenses paid extended vacation in sunny Gitmo!
 

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So the perfumed princes of the pentagram speak and we hear are lies and accusation. Surprised?!? No. Every one of these rat bastards will removed and depending on their deeds might win an all expenses paid extended vacation in sunny Gitmo!
Quoted for truth! ALL of those assholes were in the same military as I was... And they did not do their jobs properly.

The exact words of the Uniform Code of Military Justice Article 88 - Contempt Toward Public Officials states:

“Any commissioned officer who uses contemptuous words against the President, the Vice President, Congress, the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of a military department, the Secretary of Transportation, or the Governor or legislature of any State, Territory, Commonwealth, or possession in which he is on duty or present shall be punished as a court-martial may direct.”

Puzzle Palace. They were all blue falcons. REMFs.
 

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The part about Q isn't in the clip the President tweeted but below is a YouTube link to the full program. Watch or download it below Fox has YouTube take it down.

Watters' World 7/25/20 - FULL SHOW - Fox News - July 25 2020 (38 min 37 sec):​
Published on Jul 25, 2020 by Celebrity 411​
 

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Yes, I think that's a fair point to make. In addition, there is typically a degree of infighting inside of power structures.

One of the key reasons I don't trust Trump is that this administration neutralized Wikileaks by declaring Wikileaks a terrorist organization, and by pressuring Ecuador to abandon Assange. And that happened after Trump praised Wikileaks during his campaign. That is solid evidence of where Trump's loyalties lie.
The way I see it is this... there are sources of intel we do not have access to that Trump does.

As for Wikileaks being a 'terrorist organization'...? Who knows why or what his motivations were to say that?

Remember when Assange was said to be 'near death' while incarcerated in the UK? He was about to die any minute? He was in isolation and in poor health because of mistreatment?

I guess he's dead by now right? What if instead that bit of info was fake news? It was.

How about he got Assange OUT of the Ecuadorian embassy and into real security, unlike Epstein who didn't kill himself, where he wouldn't be assassinated?

Suffice to say, we don't really know anything about it. We're just guessing.
 

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The part about Q isn't in the clip the President tweeted but below is a YouTube link to the full program. Watch or download it below Fox has YouTube take it down.

Watters' World 7/25/20 - FULL SHOW - Fox News - July 25 2020 (38 min 37 sec):​
Published on Jul 25, 2020 by Celebrity 411​
"The left is now losing to it's self"

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Consider the source. The swamp runs so very deep.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/05/politics/military-leaders-trump-floyd-protests/index.html

Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis
Former Secretary of Defense under Trump
Statement released June 3
"Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people -- does not even pretend to try. Instead he tries to divide us. We are witnessing the consequences of three years of this deliberate effort. We are witnessing the consequences of three years without mature leadership. We can unite without him, drawing on the strengths inherent in our civil society."
Marine Corps. Gen. John Kelly
Former Chief of Staff to Trump, Former commander of US Southern Command under Obama
Interview on June 5
"I would've argued against it, recommended against it," Kelly said of Trump's photo-op. "I would argue that the end result of that was predictable."
"I think we need to look harder at who we elect. I think we should look at people that are running for office and put them through the filter: What is their character like? What are their ethics?"
Marine Corps Gen. John Allen
Former commander of US forces in Afghanistan under Obama
Commentary published June 3 by
Foreign Policy
"Donald Trump isn't religious, has no need of religion, and doesn't care about the devout, except insofar as they serve his political needs...To even the casual observer, Monday was awful for the United States and its democracy. The president's speech was calculated to project his abject and arbitrary power, but he failed to project any of the higher emotions or leadership desperately needed in every quarter of this nation during this dire moment."
Navy Adm. Mike Mullen
Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under George W. Bush and Obama
Op-ed for The Atlantic published June 2
"It sickened me yesterday to see security personnel—including members of the National Guard—forcibly and violently clear a path through Lafayette Square to accommodate the president's visit outside St. John's Church. I have to date been reticent to speak out on issues surrounding President Trump's leadership, but we are at an inflection point, and the events of the past few weeks have made it impossible to remain silent. Whatever Trump's goal in conducting his visit, he laid bare his disdain for the rights of peaceful protest in this country, gave succor to the leaders of other countries who take comfort in our domestic strife, and risked further politicizing the men and women of our armed forces. There was little good in the stunt."
Air Force Gen. Richard Myers
Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under George W. Bush
Interview with CNN on June 4
"The first thing was just absolute sadness that people aren't allowed to protest and that, as I understand it, that was a peaceful protest that was disturbed by force, and that's not right. That should not happen in America. And so I was sad. I mean, we should all shed tears over that, that particular act. ...I'm glad I don't have to advise this President. I'm sure the senior military leadership is finding it really difficult these days to provide good, sound military advice."
Army Gen. Martin Dempsey
Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under Obama
Interview with NPR on June 4
"The idea that the President would take charge of the situation using the military was troubling to me."
William Perry
Former Defense Secretary served under Clinton
Twitter, June 4
"I am outraged at the deplorable behavior of our President and Defense Secretary Esper, threatening to use American military forces to suppress peaceful demonstrators exercising their constitutional rights. This is a deeply shameful moment for our nation."
Navy Adm. William McRaven
Former commander of US Special Operations Command under Obama
Interview with MSNBC on June 5
"You're not going to use, whether it's the military, or the National Guard, or law enforcement, to clear peaceful American citizens for the President of the United States to do a photo op. There is nothing morally right about that."
Navy Adm. James Stavridis
Former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO
Commentary published by
Time on June 3
"Our active duty military must remain above the fray of domestic politics, and the best way to do that is to keep that force focused on its rightful mission outside the United States. Our senior active duty military leaders must make that case forcefully and directly to national leadership, speaking truth to power in uncomfortable ways. They must do this at the risk of their career. I hope they will do so, and not allow the military to be dragged into the maelstrom that is ahead of us, and which will likely only accelerate between now and November. If they do not stand and deliver on this vital core value, I fear for the soul of our military and all of the attendant consequences."
Army Gen. Raymond A. "Tony" Thomas
Former commander of US Special Operations Command under Obama and Trump
Twitter, June 1
On Esper's use of the term "battlespace" when discussing quelling violence on the streets amid civil unrest: "The 'battle space' of America??? Not what America needs to hear...ever, unless we are invaded by an adversary or experience a constitutional failure...ie a Civil War..."
Air Force Gen. Mike Hayden
Former director of the CIA and NSA under Bush and Obama
Twitter, June 2
On Milley joining Trump for his walk in front of the White House after protesters were cleared: "I was appalled to see him in his battle dress. Milley (he's a general?!?) should not have walked over to the church with Trump."
Ash Carter
Former Defense Secretary under Obama
Statement on June 5

"The Department of Defense exists to safeguard our citizens, not dominate them. I was dismayed to see DoD drawn inappropriately this week into the President's response to protests. There is here no need, no warrant, and no excuse to bring active-duty military force into the restoration of order. I say this as a former Secretary of Defense who death with many situations where military intervention was helpful, even vital, in the homeland — past epidemics, hurricanes and floods, and so forth. Equally abhorrent to me was the inclusion of defense leaders in political theater."
Leon Panetta and Chuck Hagel
Former defense secretaries under Obama
Joined Carter and 86 other former defense officials in
Washington Post open letter on June 5
"As former leaders in the Defense Department — civilian and military, Republican, Democrat and independent — we all took an oath upon assuming office 'to support and defend the Constitution of the United States' as did the president and all members of the military, a fact that Gen. Milley pointed out in a recent memorandum to members of the armed forces. We are alarmed at how the president is betraying this oath by threatening to order members of the U.S. military to violate the rights of their fellow Americans."

How many privates did those "genitals" aka generals force to go down on their "privates"??? Me thinks all of them are boy lovers.
 

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The way I see it is this... there are sources of intel we do not have access to that Trump does.
That's true, but by the same token, so would Obama. Having access to secret government intelligence doesn't make him on our side.

As for Wikileaks being a 'terrorist organization'...? Who knows why or what his motivations were to say that?
Wikileaks was a threat to the deep state and the shadow government, which gets away with so much because the common people are kept in the dark.

How about he got Assange OUT of the Ecuadorian embassy and into real security
What evidence is there that Trump controls the UK prison system? How could that be? Who controlled the UK prison system under Obama, Bush, and Clinton?
 

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I posted this tweet in another thread but didn't want to post a Q post in a non-Q thread. I think this person's tweet demonstrates what Q has said a number of times (you must show them).

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After seeing what they have been seeing lately, she and her friends are voting for Trump.

 

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7.27.20: They MOCK the WORLD. Do as I SAY...not AS I DO! VOTE!!!

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After seeing what they have been seeing lately, she and her friends are voting for Trump.
She mentioned republican and red. She did not say CONSERVATIVE. We know the swamp is deep but at least she and her friends are opening there eyes.
 

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Two reasons SLV, he's either holding out for the smoking gun or he's got nothing and is stalling.
We're told they have it all but for some reason they're continuing to hold their cards. Perhaps the time still isn't quite right yet. We have little choice but to sit, watch and wait.
 
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We're told they have it all but for some reason they're continuing to hold their cards. Perhaps the time still isn't quite right yet. We have little choice but to sit, watch and wait.
I highly doubt they have it all shooty. If they did, there would be pressure from EVERY district and state attorney to make a move, especially from the ones that love seeing their name in print. Ego drives these pricks like nothing else and to scalp a former president and his entire entourage would be the CV entry (and crowning achievement) to end them all.
 

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We're told they have it all but for some reason they're continuing to hold their cards. Perhaps the time still isn't quite right yet. We have little choice but to sit, watch and wait.
Think about November 1.

To quote Hearst: "The American public is one immense ass." <-- It will be ancient history in the febrile minds of the vast majority of sheep if it is longer than two weeks after indictments until voting day.

One more thing -- If the communists use mail-in ballots, Trump will lose the election.
 
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For the briefest of moments, I just saw in one of my "news" feeds a headline that Trump will pull the US out of UN. It's gone now so either someone cocked up or they jumped the gun.
 

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I highly doubt they have it all shooty. If they did, there would be pressure from EVERY district and state attorney to make a move, especially from the ones that love seeing their name in print. Ego drives these pricks like nothing else and to scalp a former president and his entire entourage would be the CV entry (and crowning achievement) to end them all.
Just about all the district and state attorneys are all complicit in the treachery and the last thing they want is truth to be revealed that will ultimately lead to them, I'm thinkin Walt is more correct in that the American people have short attention spans and are pretty fucking stupid so they need to wait until just before the election to release the kracken.
 

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For the briefest of moments, I just saw in one of my "news" feeds a headline that Trump will pull the US out of UN. It's gone now so either someone cocked up or they jumped the gun.
The 'news' is always trying to predict Trump's moves before he makes any to make him look like a tyrant. 99.999% of the time they're wrong
 
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Well the same sort of feed had Trump pulling the US out of the WHO (and redirecting the funds "elsewhere").
 

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