Qanon July 22 – Traitors One and All Jul 22, 2019 | 18 comments In this update, I explain a few aspects of the pending Q watch proof and cover the latest posts about deep state traitors. Related: Qanon July 19 – Q Baby (Visited 9,009 time, 1 visit today)Share this:FacebookTwitterRedditTumblrWhatsAppPinterestPrintEmailMorePocketLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... 18 Comments Michele Marie Morrow on July 22, 2019 at 7:38 pm Do you think the 19th was in reference to Mueller’s testimony? It was changed from the 19th to the 24th, due to the Hurricane. Praying Medic on July 23, 2019 at 5:59 am I do not Max Jones on July 23, 2019 at 4:55 pm If you are going to watch the hearing tomorrow this would be a great read. hmm great read regardless . https://www.realclearinvestigations.com/articles/2019/07/23/the_mueller_reports_footnotes_to_contradictory_119658.html?fbclid=IwAR2klcQ-maUM-AUECDYJdi-sZVduJJc-ykCHT8q1lVm4qrPhArjyQKwkplQ Helen Hickey on July 24, 2019 at 5:24 am ThanQ Max! The FOOTNOTES! He is tossing the ball to COMEY, it seems. We must get taxpayer money returned from Mueller and his crooked team of 18 and Comey & “friends”indicted! Nothing less will suffice for me. Linda Traylor on July 22, 2019 at 8:30 pm Appreciate the more in depth reports so that we have a true idea of what is happening. Of course, we wish it would move faster; but understand why it cannot. Only problem I see is that we are entering into the election season and the D’s wil declare that every action is a campaign move. Learned so much from this. Had heard most stories, but didn’t know real facts. Thank you for clarification. Your voice and delivery is very comforting. Now, we all wait together as we work to see POTUS elected to a second term and the corrupt ones brought to justice. Thank you for standing with the President and linking us to the truth. Dianne Stamatelos on July 22, 2019 at 10:48 pm Thank you again for your thorough breakdown of this ongoing “melodrama”. I look forward to its ultimate conclusion and justice for the American Patriots. Keep up the good work – I always look forward to your notifications. Keeping you, Denise, our President, his family & administration, and the USA in prayer. Brenda on July 23, 2019 at 6:14 am Thank you for explaining so much to us Praying Medic. I thank God for Q, Trump and you. Love your prayer page on FB as well, pray daily for those folks. Be well and be blessed in Jesus name! KEEP PRAYING! Carolyn Harris on July 23, 2019 at 8:20 am Why would the Army let it slip about the helicopters and what is a sciff? Is a “on purpose” slip? John A Capaldi on July 24, 2019 at 5:30 pm Carolyn I was curious about that also 🤔!!! That seems like TOO big of a mistake to be made “accidentally”… IMO.. Possibly made on purpose for a reason that we’re currently unaware of… Carolyn on July 23, 2019 at 8:26 am Wonderful breakdowns BTW!!! You are my only go to learn about Q! Appreciate your time, effort and teachings! I use the BRAVE web browzer! Kimberly Kinnaird on July 23, 2019 at 8:30 am Hi PM. Do you have any insight on Israel? At this point I don’t know who to trust and Israel is starting to come into the news cycle more and more. Lois on July 23, 2019 at 8:58 am I love your dignity. I love your wisdom. I love your caution. I love your thoroughness. I love your gentleness and kindness and sense of humor. I love the way you look at everything from more than one side. In other words, I love your Godliness. I was amazed at how well you can draw! Thank you for all the effort you put into educating us about Q drops, the President, the way government works, and how the Deep State operates. You are one of a kind and seem to be fulfilling your Divine Plan. By the way, another Anon thought Trump’s hair was reflected in the watch. It certainly looked like it and would be a good explanation that brings that which was reflected very close to the watch. Please consider that explanation.. Lois on July 23, 2019 at 11:35 am A loving reminder: The test for using “I” or “me” correctly is very simple. Take anyone else out of the sentence but myself to see if the grammar is correct. Example: “Keep me in mind.” “Keep John and me in mind.” If we would not say, “Keep I in mind, ” we would not say, “Keep John and I in mind.” Hopesurvives on July 23, 2019 at 12:20 pm I feel pretty sure that Mueller is a traitor. To me the only reason he would be working with Trump would be because he is trying to get a plea deal. Mueller only hired corrupt people to work on the Trump investigation. Teresa Eaton on July 23, 2019 at 1:35 pm Thank you, PM. 🙏🇺🇸 michael port on July 23, 2019 at 8:20 pm Regardless of your position on Donald Trump and his administration, one thing is universal: Our president is impossible to avoid. So far through his candidacy and presidency, Trump has received three times as much average media coverage as President Obama — and it shows. Every single day, it seems that the American public is focused on a new tweet, statement or story from the White House. More than ever, it feels as though Americans are watching every move that this president makes, but the truth is: we’re not. Beyond the constant noise of the Trump presidency, beyond the rants, beyond the controversy, beyond the spectacle, is a systematic, but often silent, attempt by the Trump administration to tear down vital environmental protections across the United States. While you’ve been watching pundits and Facebook friends talk and post about a military parade, or the Betsy Ross flag, or a feud with Megan Rapinoe, Donald Trump has been removing safeguards on air and water, endangering American wildlife, threatening public lands and dismantling environmental criminal enforcement — and you deserve to know this. Throughout his administration, our president has completed the rollback of 49 environmental protections. He has canceled requirements for oil and gas companies to report methane emissions. He has stopped a prohibition on dangerous hydrofluorocarbons in air conditioners. He has cut the area of two national monuments. He has removed water pollution regulations on federal and Native lands. He has removed protections from the Great Lakes. He has revoked a directive for consideration of wildlife in development. He has restricted environmental studies. He has weakened protections for endangered birds. He has limited assessments on toxic chemicals. He has allowed coal companies to dump waste into local streams. He has withdrawn groundwater protections around uranium mines. He has opened up reckless logging on public lands. He has slowed the prosecution of corporate environmental crimes. Just this week, he legalized a pesticide that has contributed to a 40% loss of beekeeping colonies in the past year. As we speak, our president is attempting to remove 34 additional protections, trying to limit fuel economy standards, repeal carbon emission limits, weaken mercury emission rules, open drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, increase harmful drilling in American coastal communities, expand coal mining on public lands, shrink protected waters and lands, strip provisions from the Endangered Species Act, reject a ban on potentially neurotoxic chlorpyrifos, ignore toxic discharge into public waterways, and limit EPA rule-making abilities. Time and time again, the Trump administration has weakened and destroyed decades of bipartisan measures to safeguard our resources and our environment. And, almost every time, they have done so with little to no public attention or accountability. That should worry every American. The protections that Donald Trump is fighting against exist so that your child doesn’t drink mercury from your faucet at home. They exist so that you don’t breathe in coal ash on a daily basis. They exist so that game and wildlife remains or reestablishes as abundant in our state. They exist so that Wisconsin farms aren’t subjected to the decreased crop yields and devastating flooding brought on by climate disruption. Environmental protection touches almost every part of the everyday American life. From health, to economic stability, to recreation, to national security, and more. It deserves the attention that we are absolutely failing to give it. You can blame the Trump administration for its lack of transparency. You can blame the media for its lack of coverage. But, at the end of the day, it is our responsibility to hold our government accountable. We have to do a better job of interrogating our politics. Cameron B on July 24, 2019 at 9:03 pm Unfortunately you failed to point out that most of what you mentioned were not ‘bipartisan laws’, but the product of unelected bureaucrats writing regulations….essentially creating their own law. Unconstitutional acts which are rarely challenged. This is the lefts way of getting what they want without having to go through the constitutional process of passing laws. Rollback of these regulations is just, and serves to take the chains off of industry. I think your anger is misdirected. Your anger should be directed at those who have pursued a leftist agenda outside the constitutional process. Wendi Conrad on July 24, 2019 at 7:22 am So thankful for your in-depth but basic analysis of what is going on right now. I, along with many others, realize the amount of time you put into this and we appreciate it so much! Blessings to you and your family. PS. The video of the stealth bomber fly over gave me God bumps!