The "QAnon" Fraud!

User Name

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Lin Wood, a defamation lawyer-turned-conspiracy theorist and influential figure in the radical QAnon movement, is attempting to have the money he pulled together to help get Kyle Rittenhouse out of jail in November 2020 given to his #FightBack Foundation.

Earlier this year, Kyle's mother Wendy Rittenhouse publicly condemned Lin Wood and Pierce by accusing the pair of using her son "for their own political s***."

Speaking to the Law & Crime podcast Objections: With Adam Klasfeld, she also said Wood wanted to keep her son in jail to protect him from an upcoming "Armageddon" which would take place on Election night in November 2020.

 

Arthur Brain

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Your Q conspiracy theory makes even Alex Jones look sane
Well, it's hardly User Name's conspiracy theory. Sure, plenty people buy into the whole Q nonsense as do some of Trump's former staff and Alex Jones is obviously a complete crank. Still, this, unfortunately is what is often lauded and promoted by the far right.
 

User Name

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Sidney Powell, the attorney who filed multiple lawsuits to overturn former President Donald Trump's 2020 election loss, is now an outcast in Trump circles, according to The Daily Beast.

The attorney, who pushed QAnon conspiracy theories and promoted baseless election claims, is reportedly now on Trump's "no-go list," and advisers are working to rebuff Powell, sources familiar with the situation told The Daily Beast.

"Sidney is very much on the no-go list," one of the sources told The Daily Beast. "Her problems right now do not need to be the [former] president's problems."

Powell is facing potential disbarment following a "frivolous" lawsuit seeking to decertify Michigan's election results.

In August, a federal judge ordered sanctions against her and other lawyers for engaging in litigation practices that were "abusive and, in turn, sanctionable." The judge formally requested that disciplinary bodies investigate whether she should have her law license revoked, Reuters reported and ordered that she attend classes on the ethical and legal requirements for filing legal claims.

 

marke

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Considering that virtually the entire base of the Republican Party is dominated by QAnon followers, I suspect that both of you know quite a bit more about it than you're letting on.
Is claiming that most republicans are QAnon the same thing as claiming most blacks are democrat cultists with no history of thinking for themselves?
 

marke

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Anyone, at least any regular user on here knows fine well about Q Anon with the thread that Jefferson continually updated alone:


Understandable in some ways that folk on the far right want to distance themselves away from the lunacy and bat crazy nonsense but the feigned ignorance is laughable.
I can understand reasonable conservatives claiming they are not QAnon cultists just as I can understand reasonasble blacks claiming they are not black racist democrat cultists.
 

marke

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Have fun supporting a political party whose base is made up of people that Bob Enyart calls "pro-Trump people who truly have a problem with mental illness."
I suspect there are thousands of deranged Trump followers just as there are thousands of deranged democrat leaders.
 

marke

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She's not being "falsely accused". She has promoted all sorts of lunatic conspiracy rubbish that you yourself have admitted knowing next to nothing about. Now you do.
Even if one woman is found to be a quack that does not clear democrats of charges of widespread voter fraud. The only thing that can clear democrats of voter fraud charges are facts dug up by extensive investigations into all the evidence of fraud.
 

marke

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If you really don't know what QAnon is at this late stage, then you are one of the very few who don't. But then you are ignorant about so much that I really shouldn't be surprised.
I am happy to be ignorant of QAnon just as I am happy to be ignorant of widespread KKK murders of blacks in our modern world. I am not ignorant, however, of widespread black hatred and their murders of whites and cops in our modern world.
 

marke

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Add Ken Starr to the list of Republicans who gave their all to get Jeffrey Epstein off the hook back in 2008:


And by the way, "Starr recently came back into public consciousness when he joined former President Trump's defense team in his first impeachment trial in 2020."

So Ken Starr is yet another Trump toady who defended Epstein.
Star showed bad judgment in the Epstein affair just as Robert Mueller showed bad judgment by keeping an innocent man behind bars after he found out the man had been framed by the FBI and was innocent of the crimes for which the FBI dishonestly had him convicted.

 

marke

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What explains why so many biased republican cultists only criticize sinners if those sinners are not republicans?
Republicans who cover for criminal acts by republicans and democrats who cover for criminal acts by democrats are all in trouble with God.
 

marke

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Why do so many republicans (you for example) fail to reprove or rebuke republican sinners?
I cannot answer for those who coddle sin instead of rebuking it. A person may be a republican or may be a Christian but if he coddles sin instead of rebuking sin then that person dishonors God and I do not approve of what he is doing.
 

marke

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One of the biggest lies of QAnon is that the military was/is planning a coup to reinstall Trump as president. Here's the truth on that:

It sounds like QAnon might be some sort of disseminator of deliberately false propaganda for some reason. Nobody should blindly believe false propaganda. people should think for themselves, not be told what to think by cult, religious, or political leaders.
 

marke

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How's that election fraud sting operation going? Mike Lindell says the election will be overturned on August 13 and Trump will be restored to the presidency. I bet you can't wait!
Democrats are still fighting like hell to keep investigators from examining computers and other data that many Americans think will prove democrats committed voter fraud in 2020.
 

marke

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Link to all "Q drops" online: https://qposts.online/page/104

Q's very first drop, on 28 October 2017, was particularly absurd: "HRC extradition already in motion effective yesterday with several countries in case of cross border run. Passport approved to be flagged effective 10/30 @ 12:01am. Expect massive riots organized in defiance and others fleeing the US to occur."

Hillary Clinton to be arrested, others to attempt to flee the country, massive riots to be expected in protest...

What went wrong?
Hillary Clinton was not arrested because the leftist crook James Comey, like a judge owned by mobsters, forgave her of her crimes without even investigating her. Comey violated several federal laws by doing that, but he got away with it because the democrat mob was able to cover for him.
 

annabenedetti

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Is claiming that most republicans are QAnon the same thing as claiming most blacks are democrat cultists with no history of thinking for themselves?

Interesting that you bring race into this.

He didn't claim most "republicans" were QAnon, he said virtually the entire "base" was dominated by QAnon followers.

Can you define the "republican base?"
 

marke

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So Q is unfalsifiable? No matter what Q gets wrong, Q is "not even wrong"? Got it.
The testimony of the so-called "whistleblower" who met with Schiff and democrats to formulate lying accusations against Trump proved to be falsifiable. Democrats violated constitutionally established principles of due process in order to impeach Trump on trumped-up charges, and they could not allow Trump's defense to cross-examine the alleged whistleblower for obvious reasons, in spite of the fact that refusing to allow Trump's defense team to cross-examine his accuser was entirely illegal.
 
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