2) James Comey tried to encourage Trump haters around the world today with his unique brand of delusional optimism by trumpeting the good news of Robert Mueller’s testimony before Congress. (Mueller is scheduled to testify on Wednesday.)
This week, an American patriot takes center stage: he doesn’t want attention; has principles and follows them; and always tells the truth. What an opportunity for young people to be inspired. What a great opportunity for both parties in Congress to follow his example.
3) Q pointed out that AG Barr holds all the cards. When Mueller twisted the conclusion of his report, allowing Congress to hold hearings, Barr corrected him. If Mueller or the media twist the facts this week, Barr can set the record straight by declassifying documents.
Q posted “Be Ready” on the /PatriotsFight/ board on June 27.
(/PatriotsFight/ posts have a 3-digit number)
/PF/ is where the Declass and FISA placeholders are posted.
11) There are many good people who believe that Robert Mueller is secretly working with the President. One line of reasoning to support that argument is the fact that the appointment of Mueller as Special Counsel took the investigation of Donald Trump away from Andrew McCabe.
12) Adherents to this theory also point out that Mueller came up with nothing against Trump. Rather than the deep state indicting or impeaching POTUS, they ended up clearing his name.
13) Q has hinted that perhaps POTUS met with Mueller the day before he was appointed Special Counsel to for a purpose that has not yet been disclosed.
14) Q has hinted that Mueller went after people who were planted inside the Trump campaign and that General Flynn is safe because he is a patriot.
15) On April 27, 2018, Q asked (rhetorically) if Mueller was serving POTUS (slave) or if he was his enemy.
Was the Special Counsel (SC) targeting POTUS or others?
16) Q admitted he had been providing conflicting information about Mueller’s true allegiance but the confusion serves a purpose. Since bad actors monitor his posts, he’s given them (and us) a lot of disinformation to work with.
17) Keep in mind the fact that the disinformation Q provides is not harmful to us if we believe it, Frustrating perhaps, but not harmful. It’s designed in such a way that if it is only harmful if it is believed and acted upon by the President’s enemies.
18) In November of 2018, Q changed his tune about Robert Mueller.
He told us Mueller would face charges for his involvement in the Uranium One scandal during Obama’s presidency. For the last 8 months, [Mueller] has been placed in brackets (a kill box) when mentioned by Q.
20) The second part of Mueller’s report outlined the evidence his team considered regarding obstruction of justice. It seems William Barr was hired as AG, partly because of his interpretation of the obstruction statute.
21) Mueller tried to build a case for obstruction of justice using a flawed interpretation of the statute.
Barr seems to have brought an end to Mueller’s investigation by imposing a more accepted, traditional view of the obstruction statute on Mueller’s team.
22) Not being satisfied with Barr’s interpretation of the obstruction statute, Mueller put the evidence he felt supported obstruction in part 2 of his report and gave it to Congress, hoping they would run with it.
23) After submitting his report, if Mueller were a normal Special Counsel, he would have gone back to his private life. But he’s not your garden variety Special Counsel.
24) His public address in May seemed pointless but it fired up the President’s enemies in Congress and that seemed to be the goal. https://youtu.be/3DWzzMlMIRI
25) Mueller doesn’t have to appear before Congress but his testimony this week seems to be part of a larger plan to keep the anti-Trump suspicion going and feed the Russia hysteria we’ve watched for the last 2 years.
27) The New York Times article tweeted by Haberman claims murder suspect Anthony Comello’s mental instability was facilitated by his use of internet message boards. They also claim his hands had “symbols and phrases associated with Qanon” on them.
53) Ezra Cohen-Watnick is a protege of General Flynn.
He’s currently serving as AG Barr’s adviser on counterintelligence and counterterrorism.
He is one of the least visible but most important payers on the board.
54) I would assume Q posting about Ezra Cohen-Watnick without any context immediately after a question about a classified Army operation involving helicopters and a SCIF has something to do with AG Barr’s ongoing investigation into corruption.
55) If you were a corrupt politician and knew Trump was working with the military, Barr was investigating corruption, the Army has a classified op going on near DC involving Blackhawks and a SCIF and that Ezra Cohen-Watnick was involved, would you be a little frightened?
56) Speaking of the NSA:
Their latest tweet is about the “Burr Conspiracy,” in which a treasonous cabal of politicians and army officers led by Aaron Burr tried to create their own nation inside the US.
#OTD in 1806 A. Burr was finally in the room where it happens. In a cypher letter to his associate Gen. Wilkinson, Aaron Burr (Sir!) discusses a conspiracy to invade Mexico, leading to treason charges in 1807.
Pedophilia, child trafficking, Satan worship, bloodletting of children. In plain view.
‘But I say to you, the rest who are in Thyatira, who do not hold this teaching, who have not known the deep things of Satan, as they call them—I place no other burden on you.” Revelation 2:24
64) Sources have told Sperry that IG Horowitz has found high-level FBI communications revealing that Comey’ had Donald Trump under investigation while telling him that he was not under investigation.
65) Sperry notes that although the Horowitz report will focus mainly on allegations of FISA abuse, he has been told it will also examine whether Comey misled Trump and whether he leaked classified information to the media.
15) Before heading to Japan this morning, the President had this to say about his trust that the Attorney General will do the right thing regarding declassification.
16) Carter Page’s FISA application has been made public (in redacted form) but the FISA applications of others are still classified.
Q included a reminder from an earlier post that Ted Cruz was under FISA surveillance by the Obama administration.
17) Once a person in Trump’s orbit met a Russian asset, they were a target of FISA surveillance. When FISA is combined with foreign surveillance, it includes many people. Targets were entered into the Mueller investigation to pressure them to remain silent about the surveillance.
18) An anon posted the previous drop where Q suggested Ted Cruz was spied on by the Obama administration.
19) Q responded to the above post with a suggestion that the public revelation of the fact that Ted Cruz was spied on by Obama will coincide with a post involving a watch.
20) We’re waiting on a watch proof to be confirmed from previous drops from March 27.
Will the Ted Cruz spying proof be connected to the previous watches or future ones?
Time will tell.
21) After POTUS visits Japan, he’s scheduled to visit the UK. An anon asked if he’ll confront the Queen about how they assisted Obama in spying on him.
22) Foreign use of surveillance to spy on POTUS is already being addressed by the Department of Justice.
When a major player is about to depart the scene, Q sends them off with double hashtags and the word “FLY”
28) George Papadopolous who says he was spied on by foreign nations at the request of the Obama administration believes those nations will fully cooperate with President Trump.
Fortunately, so many of these clowns that started to spy on me were from the UK/Australia/Italy. Those governments have absolutely no loyalty to the Obama administration/Comey/Brennan now. They are going to be the straw that breaks the camel’s back.
30) Under normal circumstances, the Office of Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) would be tasked with declassifying documents.
Q asked why the President circumvented DNI Dan COats and instead, gave the Attorney General authority to declassify.
31) Dan Coats had this reaction to the declassification order by POTUS.
Former CIA Chief Brennan implored Coats and CIA Director Haspel to resist giving up information that might help Trump’s cause.
32) You could read into Coats’ statement a hint that he may resist Barr “in accordance with the long-established standards to protect highly-sensitive classified information that, if publicly released, would put our national security at risk,”
33) @themarketswork did a thread on DNI Coats and the declassification order by POTUS.
A statement from DNI Dan Coats seems to be generating some apprehension as it can be read as less than fully supportive of AG Barr’s efforts:
Trump said his intelligence director is “not loyal.” Now, US officials think the president will fire him. New from me @jdawsey1 and @nakashimae https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/trump-grows-frustrated-with-coats-leading-some-to-fear-he-might-be-fired/2019/02/19/66574240-3464-11e9-854a-7a14d7fec96a_story.html …
37) The leak to WaPo was probably a tactic intended to see how known traitors like Schiff would respond.
Schiff’s response confirmed Trump’s suspicion that Coats could not be trusted.
38) Q wrote:
“Important to remember.
Page is public.”
39) Some people were confused about what Q meant by “Page.”
40) Another anon responded.
41) Carter Page’s redacted FISA application has been made public.
More FISA applications will be made public as a result of declass, which will expose the depth of Obama’s surveillance and provide further proof of Q’s legitimacy.
42) Since we’ll be looking at more FISA applications in the future, I thought it would helpful to look at Carter Page’s FISA application and point out some things of general interest.
43) A redacted copy of the original Carter Page FISA application and its 3 renewals can be found in a single pdf at the link below. (The original application is followed in sequence by the 3 renewals.)
55) An anon asked for info on Julian Assange and his arrest.
56) Q has suggested that Assange has the sources files that prove how Wikileaks obtained the DNC/Podesta emails. Assange is in custody for his own safety to prevent him from being murdered (187) by people who don’t want that information to be made public.
57) The FBI alleged that Carter Page met with Russian officials according to a trusted source (identified as “source 1”)
This is former British spy Christopher Steele, who was fired from the FBI as a source for leaking to the press but they still felt he was a credible source
58) Next, the FBI cited a July 2016 “Identified news organization” (WaPo Opinion) article that accused Donald Trump of softening his stance on Russia.
59) Here’s the WaPo article cited by the FBI in the application.
62) The FBI’s nail in the coffin:
A September 2016 article by “an identified news organization” alleging that Page was under investigation because of his previous trip to Russia reported by “an identified news organization.”
Page denied the allegation.
63) The article was written by Michael Isikoff of Yahoo news.
The FBI seemed to think that as long as it was reported by “an identified news organization” it must be true.
64) The Agent concluded that based on all this irrefutable evidence, Carter Page must surely have been a spy for Russia and surveillance of him was warranted.
(Remember, Page has yet to be chared in relation to his alleged activities on behalf of Russia.)
67) The latest from the former FBI Director.
Investigate whatever you wish about 2016 but don’t forget the people of the FBI must investigate and stop Russian efforts in the 2020 election. What impact will loose talk about “spying” and disgraceful talk about “treason” have on FBI agents and analysts?
68) To answer Comey’s question:
Hopefully, the investigation of the investigators will uncover corrupt practices and further convince field agents and their supervisors to do their work by the book.
69) For those who are interested, Q first mentioned declassification in January of 2018 in this post where he claimed 13 government officials including Barack Obama used private email addresses for government work.
71) Q reposted a prior drop explaining that the public is aware of FISA and the Steele dossier but they are not (yet) aware of how the Obama administration used FiveEyes surveillance, decoy meetings and the insertion of spies to sabotage a political opponent.
72) FISA declassification will prove how members of Congress (Republican and Democrat), members of foreign & domestic intelligence agencies, members of the White House, foreign heads of state & the media collaborated to remain in power & overthrow a duly elected president.
73) This is the above post in a version that might be easier to read.
73) Nothing can stop what is coming.
DECLASS brings down the house. #FISAgate
74) On April 27th, Joe Digenova dropped a bombshell about a report on James Comey that was about to be made public.
75) Anons asked if the Comey report would come before declass.
Q indicated that Comey report [C] would come before declass [D].
(He had previously told us declass would come before the OIG report.)
76) Since the declass order was authorized by POTUS, anons were a little confused, thinking the Comey report should have come first.
77) Game theory plays heavily in Q’s operation
He puts out disinformation to get the President’s enemies to make mistakes.
That might be why Brennan, Comey, Clapper and Baker have been on TV the last 2 weeks trying to create their own narratives.
78) In the above post, Q wrote:
Apparently, there is indeed a Comey report. and it’s coming soon.
79) I’m going to guess this is a message from @M2Madness
The Daily Beast, the Daily Dot and other liberal news outlets like to publish hit pieces on Q and on people in the movement.
Other people like to publish videos trashing us.
As tempting as it is to post these articles and videos, we’re not helping the movement when we do.
We’re forming our own circular firing squad (just like the deep state).
Our haters have no social media relevance outside of our movement.
The only relevance they have is the relevance we give them.
They want us divided.
When we post their nonsense, we give them what they want.
Maybe we should consider not posting their trash anymore.
87) Logic dictates that if the mockingbird media and controlled assets attack Q, it’s because he poses a threat to their agenda.
88) Nov 12, 2017: Q said the world entered a new age of enlightenment.
I do not interpret this as confirmation of New Age philosophy but rather, a public awakening to the reality of global corruption. The context is an intelligence war.
I receive messages every day from friends who are about to give up hope. People around the globe are frustrated because they’ve waited years for corrupt people in Hollywood, government and the corporate world to be arrested. We’re continually promised they will be put in jail but it never happens.
It may sound crazy, but what if the arrests have already happened and we simply didn’t recognize it?
Our perception of this kind of justice is being able to watch a well-known person being escorted by police while dozens of reporters looking on.
When we don’t see this, we conclude that nothing has happened. After all, if something had happened to a corrupt person in a place of power, surely the mainstream media would have told us know about it, wouldn’t they?
Unfortunately, that’s not how our criminal justice system works. Because we tend to have an incorrect understanding of that system, we tend to have unrealistic expectations. Unrealistic expectations always lead to disappointment. If we want to have more realistic expectations, it may help to look at how this system actually works.
Criminal Justice 101 It’s commonly believed that our criminal justice system is a process where someone who commits a crime is arrested, sent to trial and if convicted, sent to jail. Therefore, what we want to see is their arrest, since we assume that the outcome of an arrest will be a prison sentence.
Arrest & Arraignment
Depending on the nature of the crime and the jurisdiction involved, a host of other procedures can take place when someone enters the criminal justice system. If, for example, a person commits a robbery, if a complaint is made by the victim, a police report is written and a local prosecutor is notified. If the suspect has been apprehended, they’re booked into jail and fingerprinted. The next step is an arraignment. At the arraignment, the charge is read to the suspect and they’re allowed to enter a plea of guilty, not guilty or no contest. A judge, magistrate or justice of the peace determines if they’ll be detained or released while they await the next step in the process.
Probable Cause Determination
In the US, the 5th amendment provides assurance that a suspect will not face a serious charge without being indicted by a Grand Jury. A Grand Jury’s role is to determine if there is probable cause to warrant a criminal trial. For a Grand Jury, probable cause is the belief that a crime has been committed and that the suspect is the one who committed it. Probable cause is easier to determine than guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Guilt beyond a reasonable doubt is the standard that must be met if the case goes to trial. When a case is heard by a Grand Jury, a witness (usually a law enforcement officer) describes the alleged crime and evidence is presented that may help the members of the jury determine if probable cause exists.
The suspect is usually not allowed to appear at a proceeding where probable cause is determined because their guilt or innocence is not in question. Probable cause proceedings help the prosecution determine if their case is strong enough to go to trial. If a Grand Jury votes to indict a suspect, a prosecutor can be reasonably confident of the strength of their case. If an indictment is not obtained, the prosecutor knows they must obtain more evidence or witness testimony before they move the case forward. In some jurisdictions, a preliminary hearing may be held instead of empaneling a Grand Jury. A suspect may also waive their right to a probable cause determination
Once an indictment has been obtained, the prosecutor and a judge choose the next step. If a suspect is at large, a summons may be issued, asking the suspect to appear in court. Alternatively, a warrant may be issued which allows a law enforcement agency to arrest the suspect and hold them to face charges. If a suspect is currently in custody, a supervening indictment may be issued which replaces other legal actions that may be active in the criminal justice system.
Pleading a Case
Once an indictment has been obtained, a suspect becomes a defendant. At this point, if they want to avoid a criminal trial where they may face serious charges, they may choose to enter into an agreement with the prosecutor to have a serious charge dropped while pleading guilty to a lesser charge. If, for example, a defendant is a member of a large financial fraud ring, the prosecutor may offer sentencing reduction or immunity from prosecution in exchange for testimony leading to the arrest of the ringleaders.
I’ve learned a great deal about the criminal justice system by speaking with County attorneys where I live. In Maricopa County, Arizona, about 95% of felony cases go before a Grand Jury. Since criminal jury trials are expensive and time-consuming, an indictment is generally used by prosecutors to negotiate a plea deal. If a defendant refuses a plea deal, a date is set for a criminal trial. About 90% of felony cases in our county never go to trial.
What I would like to note is that a plea agreement occurs well into the criminal justice process, long after an arrest has been made and immediately before a trial date is set. Allow me to state that differently:
If someone is in the process of negotiating a plea deal with those who are investigating their crimes, that individual has in some sense of the word, already been “arrested,” even if the media hasn’t reported that an arrest has happened.
Let that sink in for a minute.
We know without question that former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe’s crimes have come before a Grand Jury. McCabe’s case is already making its way through the criminal justice system even though we haven’t seen him perp walked.
We also know that Former FBI Chief Legal Counsel James Baker has made a deal with prosecutors and is providing testimony to investigators about criminal activities of former members of the Obama administration. Baker’s case is well past the “arrest” phase, even though the news has not shown him being perp walked.
Former Associate Deputy Attorney General Bruce Ohr is likewise cooperating with investigators concerning criminal activity that happened during Obama’s term in office. In keeping with DOJ policy concerning cooperating witnesses, Ohr has been demoted and is still employed by the Department of Justice while he continues to provide evidence and testimony.
FBI Counterintelligence head Bill Priestap is likely in the same boat as Bruce Ohr, although almost nothing has been leaked (yet) about his cooperation with investigators.
Former FBI Attorney Lisa Page and Agent Peter Strzok cooperated with the investigation into criminal activities during the Obama administration. Both have been dismissed from their jobs. We don’t know the details of the deals they struck with prosecutors but long ago they passed the “arrest” phase of the criminal justice process.
Look at the number of people who have been removed from power in the FBI & DOJ in the last 2 years. Many are cooperating with prosecutors who are investigating corruption. It should be obvious that many high-level deep state players have long passed the arrest phase of the criminal justice process even though the mainstream media has convinced you their arrests haven’t happened yet.
You want to see the perp walk.
They know it and they’re not going to give you what you want.
You can’t always get what you want.
But if you try sometimes…
You just might find…
You get what you need.
p.s. I believe many arrests of powerful people are coming in the near future. I believe some of those arrests will be public. This article is intended to offer a glimmer of hope to those who believe no prosecution has been accomplished whatsoever.
My news update from January 31, 2018, where I discuss the announcement that Trey Gowdy will not run for re-election, the possibility that the charges against General Flynn will be dropped and what will happen when the House Intel memo goes public. I also share a dream about the exposure of deep state media.
In this message, I share observations on Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and who is under investigation by the Department of Justice Office of Inspector General. This message is based on a Twitter thread by The Last Refuge (Sundance) on Twitter