Be careful who you are following. Some are profiting off this movement. Some are building a big following off this movement only then to retreat and go mainstream. Patriots make sacrifices. Some, the ultimate sacrifice. Patriots are SELFLESS. Do they ask for monthly payments to remain Patriots? Think logically. To some, it’s only about the money. Those who would seek personal gain at the expense of others in this movement has an agenda. You decide. This is not a game. The only profit we should all be striving for is TRUE FREEDOM. God bless you all. Q
Apr 29 2018 11:17:29 1296
Personal thank you to the BO, Bakers, and Autists/Anons who continually dedicate their time and energy to the GREAT AWAKENING. You are all Patriots. The hard part is coming to an end. The next phase will bring JUSTICE. Q+
Apr 29 2018 11:33:42 1297
Personal thank you to the BO, Bakers, and Autists/Anons who continually dedicate their time and energy to the GREAT AWAKENING. You are all Patriots. The hard part is coming to an end. The next phase will bring JUSTICE. Q+Statements today needed to be made. Operators have died. They approach the field of battle w/o fear. They lay down their lives for YOU. They are SELFLESS. They are fighting for our FREEDOM. They fight unconditionally because they hold a core value, a value that we should all live in FREEDOM. We HONOR them. We must do better to protect them. WWG1WGA. Q+Patriots.
Apr 29 2018 23:25:24 1298
Do you believe in coincidences? Autists on fire!Do you believe in coincidences? Think recent Mueller drops. Think private comms. They fall for it every single time. Risk. Watch what happens. Q
Apr 29 2018 23:29:50 1299
R = 18. QMichelle Wolf’s Routine Sets Off a Furor at an Annual Washington Dinner
QANON Posts 29 April 2018
WASHINGTON — The panna cotta had been served and the First Amendment duly celebrated by the time the comedian Michelle Wolf took the stage on Saturday at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner.What followed was a roast that took unflinching aim at some of the notables in the room — and quickly opened a divide, largely but not entirely along partisan lines, over the limits of comedy and comity under a president who rarely hesitates to attack the press.Ms. Wolf described Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, as “an Uncle Tom but for white women who disappoint other white women” and took a shot at her “smokey eye” makeup, saying that it was made from the ashes of “burnt facts.” She called Ivanka Trump “as helpful to women as an empty box of tampons.” She labeled Kellyanne Conway, the president’s counselor, an inveterate liar, and asked: “If a tree falls in the woods, how do we get Kellyanne under that tree?”“I’m not suggesting she get hurt, just stuck,” Ms. Wolf added, puckishly, as an icy silence — and a few scattered chortles — fell over the black-tie crowd here. Ms. Conway sat expressionlessly. Ms. Sanders, granted a seat of honor on the dais, limited her reaction to an arched eyebrow and pursed lips.It was an earthy performance by Correspondents’ dinner standards, if nothing out of place in an average comedy club. But feedback from the political left and right quickly leapt to extremes. “It was personally offensive,” Brian Kilmeade, a co-host of “Fox & Friends,” said in the ballroom, minutes after Ms. Wolf ended her set.
“To me, that was an attack to impress Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert,” Mr. Kilmeade added, previewing a line of criticism that would be dominant on Fox News by Sunday morning. “Congratulations, when the three of you go out to dinner, I’m sure you’ll be laughing a lot. But in terms of the people here and the people at home — totally offensive, horrible choice. In fact, it’s the reason why the president didn’t want to go.”
Why Mueller’s Trump interview may not matter.
Special counsel Robert Mueller is still in talks with President Donald Trump’s lawyers about an interview—but the Russia probe can be completed without it. Prosecutors have already questioned at least two dozen current and former Trump White House aides plus several more who worked on the 2016 presidential campaign. Mueller also has access to myriad pieces of evidence surrounding the president thanks to wiretaps, congressional testimony and documents submitted both voluntarily and through subpoena.
Also helpful to Mueller as he investigates: Trump’s own comments about the Russia probe gleaned from media reports, the president’s public interviews and his tweets. Mueller still has reasons for wanting a Trump interview, namely to give the president an opportunity to explain himself in his own words about his reasons when firing his former FBI director James Comey. That information could go a long way for the special counsel as he weighs making such landmark decisions as whether to indict a sitting president or when writing a final report that could be used to launch impeachment proceedings in Congress. But lawyers close to Trump say Mueller shouldn’t count on it happening.