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As a conspiracy theorist (BadGopher too), you have no problem with any of the stuff Q says. It's that these conspiracy theories can't be true because you don't like Trump? Is that the gist of it?
That's not at all what I said. I think there's probably some truth to a lot of conspiracy theories, and Q has adopted nearly every one of them. I have a functioning brain, so I don't believe Donald Trump is a messianic figure who is saving the world.

One of the many places where Q goes off the rails is in perceiving everything Trump does as some kind of genius masterstroke. The other day he misspelled the word "Country" in a tweet and the Q folks thought it was a secret message about adrenochrome. You can't take this too seriously, man.
 

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What do you think about what the Obama administration admits they did (per Rhodes)? Isn't that of far greater concern than some quack web troller? Apparently not to you.
Obama isn't President. The guy who ran on drain the swamp is, so yes, I expect different and better behavior.
 

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Obama isn't President. The guy who ran on drain the swamp is, so yes, I expect different and better behavior.
And as far as we know- he has nothing to do with QAnon. As far as controlling the media in a corrupt way- we know for a fact he doesn't do that. In fact we also know that he doesn't spy on the media as Obama did using 702 searches.

Trump's demeanor is not like Obama's, Obama certainly had a better one (of course he was never pressured by the press - so that kind of helps). His behavior in terms of running a swamp operation, propagandizing using the media is light years better than Obama. You just can't stand Trump so you won't admit it. Obama was the worst abuser of the constitution in our lifetimes.

Thank God that he is not the President! Fantastic.
 
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"perceiving everything Trump does as some kind of genius masterstroke. The other day he misspelled the word "Country" in a tweet and the Q folks thought it was a secret message about adrenochrome."

This type of thing is where I draw the line. No human can be that stupid/gullible.

Therefore, they take such positions knowingly that they are incorrect, purely as a grift against honest intellectualism.
 

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I made the mistake of calling Q a cult on twitter. Now Im getting harassed. Pretty sure if I offered to fight a Q follower, I would have a 1,000 people take me up on it. The more responses I get, the more it feels like a cult
 

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Just a reminder, the very first Q drop was spectacularly wrong:

 

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I made the mistake of calling Q a cult on twitter. Now Im getting harassed. Pretty sure if I offered to fight a Q follower, I would have a 1,000 people take me up on it. The more responses I get, the more it feels like a cult
Lemmings all. Easily led without thought. And oh, so suspicious!
 

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That's not at all what I said. I think there's probably some truth to a lot of conspiracy theories, and Q has adopted nearly every one of them. I have a functioning brain, so I don't believe Donald Trump is a messianic figure who is saving the world.

One of the many places where Q goes off the rails is in perceiving everything Trump does as some kind of genius masterstroke. The other day he misspelled the word "Country" in a tweet and the Q folks thought it was a secret message about adrenochrome. You can't take this too seriously, man.
I'm not saying anything about the people interpreting that as adrenochrome, but I do think most, perhaps all (?) of Trump's typos are intentional & mean something to someone.

Imo, he/they sometimes use symbols, codes, etc. which intel agencies have long used to pass info. Remember that most of Trump's tweets are sent by "staff members", done in the style of Trump.

He's no messiah, but conversely the idea of Trump the imbecile, sitting in his pj's drinking diet Coke, watching Fox & mindlessly tweeting typos, is a fairy tale the MSM has sold people. It's also one Trump's largely embraced, and used to his advantage as he funded the wall, ended the TPP, passed the USMCA, squashed the migrant caravan crisis, changed the complexion of the courts nationwide, deescalated tensions with North Korea, drew down in Syria, is negotiating peace in Afghanistan, guided the best economy we've ever seen, reset the global economy/supply chain, fought off the Russia hoax, Ukraine impeachment scam & now the handles the Corona crisis & affiliated Democratic political attacks. No messiah, just the first POTUS in a long, long time, who was working in the interests of the people, rather than foreign countries/globalists/multinational corporations/American political elites.
 

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I'm not saying anything about the people interpreting that as adrenochrome, but I do think most, perhaps all (?) of Trump's typos are intentional & mean something to someone.

Imo, he/they sometimes use symbols, codes, etc. which intel agencies have long used to pass info. Remember that most of Trump's tweets are sent by "staff members", done in the style of Trump.
Is this a troll? Are you being serious?
 

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Is this a troll? Are you being serious?
100% serious. Steganography.

"Steganography is the practice of leaving a concealed message out in the open. Wallace credited magician John Mulholland for introducing new tactics for this kind of communication to the CIA when he became their consultant in 1953. “He wrote about how you can communicate," Wallace said. “He talked about how magicians could communicate when they were doing tricks." One method for communication was how shoelaces were tied. Connecting them between the holes on both sides of a shoe in different ways signaled certain things such as “follow me" or “I have brought another person." Hiding messages in plain sight continues to be an effective tactic. Just look at Al Qaeda. “We have seen that used by the terrorists," Earnest said. In a case that was just reported, Al Qaeda embedded secret documents in a porn video."
 

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That’s a bridge too far, man. He’s president. You guys won. I don’t get the need to make him into a deity.
Not sure why you find it hard to believe this decades old practice of dropping symbols/codes into pictures/communications is so far fetched? Have you seen James Comey's series of tweets/pics of him standing in various nature landscapes, with strange philosophical messages? Or Gen Michael Flynn's twitter background changes? All white, nondescript background for 30+ days, changes to an eagle snatching a snake for a day, then back to all white again, whith no text or explanation. Steganography is an established form of spycraft, why wouldn't the nations top intel people use it to communicate at times?
 

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Not sure why you find it hard to believe this decades old practice of dropping symbols/codes into pictures/communications is so far fetched? Have you seen James Comey's series of tweets/pics of him standing in various nature landscapes, with strange philosophical messages? Or Gen Michael Flynn's twitter background changes? All white, nondescript background for 30+ days, changes to an eagle snatching a snake for a day, then back to all white again, whith no text or explanation. Steganography is an established form of spycraft, why wouldn't the nations top intel people use it to communicate at times?
I think James Comey is a boring boomer who is bad at Twitter. I think Michael Flynn is probably a slightly dumber boomer who is also bad at Twitter. Trump has been tweeting like this for years, man. What is the secret intel being dropped in “Graydon Carter’s Oscar party is no longer HOT”? That dog don’t hunt. Enjoy the power you have.
 

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I made the mistake of calling Q a cult on twitter. Now Im getting harassed. Pretty sure if I offered to fight a Q follower, I would have a 1,000 people take me up on it. The more responses I get, the more it feels like a cult
Just say Bush did 9/11. Maybe they'll be your friend.
 

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I'm not saying anything about the people interpreting that as adrenochrome, but I do think most, perhaps all (?) of Trump's typos are intentional & mean something to someone.

Imo, he/they sometimes use symbols, codes, etc. which intel agencies have long used to pass info. Remember that most of Trump's tweets are sent by "staff members", done in the style of Trump.

He's no messiah, but conversely the idea of Trump the imbecile, sitting in his pj's drinking diet Coke, watching Fox & mindlessly tweeting typos, is a fairy tale the MSM has sold people. It's also one Trump's largely embraced, and used to his advantage as he funded the wall, ended the TPP, passed the USMCA, squashed the migrant caravan crisis, changed the complexion of the courts nationwide, deescalated tensions with North Korea, drew down in Syria, is negotiating peace in Afghanistan, guided the best economy we've ever seen, reset the global economy/supply chain, fought off the Russia hoax, Ukraine impeachment scam & now the handles the Corona crisis & affiliated Democratic political attacks. No messiah, just the first POTUS in a long, long time, who was working in the interests of the people, rather than foreign countries/globalists/multinational corporations/American political elites.
This is a bit, right? Like "the Trump drug saved the world?"
 

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100% serious. Steganography.

"Steganography is the practice of leaving a concealed message out in the open. Wallace credited magician John Mulholland for introducing new tactics for this kind of communication to the CIA when he became their consultant in 1953. “He wrote about how you can communicate," Wallace said. “He talked about how magicians could communicate when they were doing tricks." One method for communication was how shoelaces were tied. Connecting them between the holes on both sides of a shoe in different ways signaled certain things such as “follow me" or “I have brought another person." Hiding messages in plain sight continues to be an effective tactic. Just look at Al Qaeda. “We have seen that used by the terrorists," Earnest said. In a case that was just reported, Al Qaeda embedded secret documents in a porn video."
It’s very much like baseball signs used to communicate strategies. We used to have a manager who would scratch his balls with his left hand for a hit and run; with his right hand for a squeeze play and with both hands when he was infested with crabbies.
 

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