from JustInformed Talk:
from Neon Revolt:
Ah Twitter, that bastion of free thought and expression: Isn’t that just lovely? Rep. JJ was right.
But it’s not all bad out there in the twitterverse (at least, for now).
A few of our favorite talking heads have been absolutely killin’ it for the past day or so, in regards to the …
“Open your eyes,” the online post began, claiming, “Many in our govt worship Satan.”
That warning, published on a freewheeling online message board in October 2017, was the beginning of the movement now known as QAnon. Paul Furber was its first apostle.
The outlandish claim made perfect sense to Mr. Furber, a South African software developer and tech journalist long fascinated with American politics and conspiracy theories, he said in an interview. He still clung to “Pizzagate,” the debunked online lie that liberal Satanists were trafficking children from a Washington restaurant. He was also among the few who understood an obscure reference in the message to “Operation Mockingbird,” an alleged C.I.A. scheme to manipulate the news media.
from Dustin Nemos:
from Neon Revolt:
BOIIIIIII he had to do it. Q had to come on and RUUUUUIIIN my vacation by posting again.
I rode 10 miles on a bike today, Q. Do you know how long it’s been since I’ve ridden that far on a bike?
My gooch hurts more than Anderson Cooper’s after a 3-hour bang-a-rang at Chateau Vanderbilt.
The space below my cheeks feels like it’s going to buckle and give out like Nakatomi plaza on Christmas morning every time I sit down.
by Chris Menahan, Information Liberation:
Q-Anon will save us but first Trump’s Department of Justice must let everyone involved in RussiaGate off the hook, allow Ghislaine Maxwell to flee the country, let Jeffrey Epstein die, let his Zorro Ranch go unraided and ignore Epstein’s brother Mark and their financier Les Wexner.
Trust the plan!