Scaramooch, Scaramooch, Will You Do the Fandango?

Popcorn Time!!!

Be sure to ask yourself the QANON QUESTION OF THE CENTURY….

Whitaker = Scaramucci ?

Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: 01febf No.4186896 
Dec 6 2018 18:41:11 (EST)
https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/420131-feds-received-whistleblower-evidence-in-2017-alleging-clinton-foundation
Read carefully.
Why is “The Clinton Foundation” back in the news?
Q

Q Post 2560

https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/420131-feds-received-whistleblower-evidence-in-2017-alleging-clinton-foundation

When did POTUS make the statement “Calm Before the Storm?”
When was HUBER activated by SESSIONS?
Who was/is assigned to HUBER?
ACTING AG PRIMARY PURPOSE?
SCARAMUCCI MODEL?
PUBLIC OPINION (OPTICS) DO NOT MATTER.
What was leaked today (on purpose?)?
https://twitter.com/johnrobertsFox/status/1070749777334292481
HUBER to testify re: Clinton Foundation?
HUBER to reveal ‘active’ probe actively underway into organization?
OIG to release report #2 [overview indicating many ‘potentially criminal referrals’ made]?
“We do not discuss active/ongoing DOJ / FBI investigations.”
MIL INTEL
FISA
THE WORLD IS WATCHING.
Q

Q Post 2561

Grab the rails, people.  This ride is about to get good.

W

_ T R U M P _ G R A V I T Y _ J U S T _ G O T _ R E A L _

166 thoughts on “Scaramooch, Scaramooch, Will You Do the Fandango?

  1. “Why is “The Clinton Foundation” back in the news?” ~ Q

    Because it was a worldwide criminal enterprise…that has still not been exposed!

    And I love that Chuck Norris meme. Haaaa.

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    1. The question is whether they will expose the WHOLE Clinton agenda, including HIV (Basically the Bill Cooper revelations) or not.

      My theory on the pregnant CF gal scientist killed by the mall shooters was that she got suspicious and figured something out. Something that SHE could actually explain. Something worth taking her out.

      Bad generic drugs intentionally bad? SPREADING HIV with one hand while badly curing it with another? Something wicked and Clintonian, no doubt.

      Note that I am being surveilled *heavily* for CCW in all public areas, and particularly MALLS that would be good for a false flag. Interesting how they’re doing it. More on that later.

      Scientists are risky. They figure things out. Including the properties of their “events”. They made mistakes. I saw the pattern.

      D5 and FU DS.

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      1. And…there was that CDC doctor, an exec, who mysteriously disappeared, then body found later in the woods.

        That whole thing has been another “Nothing to see here, move along.”

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      2. I have a friend, gay guy who IMO has a bad case of Oedipus Complex, who is a medical scientist. Won’t repeat some of the things he posited over the years given this info, but he warned me off of a lot of stuff that is being pushed.

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          1. Flu shot was one of his buggaboos. But the other thing was some sort of receptor that not all humans have, and he felt was instrumental in who developed full blown AIDS and who didn’t. There were other things having to do with diet. He confirmed for me the avoiding grains arguments. Other things…personally, I’m a go the natural way person. There’s nothing wrong with that if conditions can be controlled with eating whole food and getting decent exercise, sleep, and spending some time at leisure.

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            1. One thing we can ALL do for ourselves is to grow some of our own food/medicine. The quality of our food supply is declining rapidly. It’s just not very healthy anymore, even if it is labeled organic.

              Even if you live in a city, there are ways. If you have a balcony, grow a tomato in a pot. If you have a sunny window, grow some tulsi for the flu season. Even the smallest yard can handle some echinacea, and it’s beautiful! There are small countertop setups where you can grow lettuce or herbs. They come with a grow light, seeds, the works, ready to grow.

              A friend of mine pointed out to me that we are only two generations out of a society where a larger percentage of people than not were some sort of subsistence farmer. I thought about this, and realized he was spot on. My own grandparents were. And they supported THREE families with their garden, theirs, mine, and my Aunt’s. I didn’t eat a vegetable that wasn’t home-grown unless I was at school. And even there, most of the food was cooked from scratch. The meat my grands didn’t raise, they traded for.

              I am a Master Gardener in the state of Montana. If anybody wants info/help on how to get proactive growing some food/medicine, I am happy to help.

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              1. Aubergine, I’d love to know where to get the countertop tub with lettuce and built-in grow light. Live in rental with not good light

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              2. Just search Aerogarden. They make a few different ones. Small up to big. And, while they usually come with seeds for herbs, you can also get “blank” kits and plant whatever seeds you want, like lettuce or dwarf cherry tomatoes.

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              3. Roberta sent me a post for you, since she couldn’t post a reply to this for you. I don’t know why, but I copied her post for you. It is great info!

                My Aerogarden (old one, 7 pods) came from a thrift store (Habitat for Humanity Store, actually). $25 and It included several seed kits but they were all too old to germinate. I saved the sponges and plastic holders, ordered new fertilizer liquid and have used my own organic seeds. I have recently replaced the pump and grow lights (my model won’t take LED lights, unfortunately). My latest crops of coriander, arugula, asian greens and wild mustard greens are just about finished, so I will be cleaning it out and planting new crops of greens. I eat a plateful each morning, so this saves on my Trader Joe’s bill (I don’t know how costly running the thing is. I know the water use doesn’t affect my water bill, in that I don’t go over the base charge when I am running the garden.)
                Bonus: the grow lights provide great counter light in my old farmhouse kitchen and I rarely need to use the under cabinet lights I installed.
                Downside: my latest garden became infested with aphids and I learned from Aerogarden that they can come in on cut flowers. I always have cut flowers on the table from the reduced bucket at a local grocery store, but this is the first aphid infestation.
                Whew. For someone who rarely posts, this was long. But then, this is practical information, not commentary! I am reminded once again of the old Daily Paul site, where there was a gardening thread, a chicken thread, a survival thread, an off-grid thread, etc., where people freely shared their experience and expertise.
                PS I have seen newer Aerogardens in thrifts…5 pods, and a really new one with LED lights, that had I think, 3 pods. Sorely tempted by that one but passed. I tend to only buy in thrifts when the tag color of the item is half price!

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              4. I am unable to respond to singularZoe on this, so I hope you see this.

                My Aerogarden (old one, 7 pods) came from a thrift store (Habitat for Humanity Store, actually). $25 and It included several seed kits but they were all too old to germinate. I saved the sponges and plastic holders, ordered new fertilizer liquid and have used my own organic seeds. I have recently replaced the pump and grow lights (my model won’t take LED lights, unfortunately). My latest crops of coriander, arugula, asian greens and wild mustard greens are just about finished, so I will be cleaning it out and planting new crops of greens. I eat a plateful each morning, so this saves on my Trader Joe’s bill (I don’t know how costly running the thing is. I know the water use doesn’t affect my water bill, in that I don’t go over the base charge when I am running the garden.)
                Bonus: the grow lights provide great counter light in my old farmhouse kitchen and I rarely need to use the under cabinet lights I installed.
                Downside: my latest garden became infested with aphids and I learned from Aerogarden that they can come in on cut flowers. I always have cut flowers on the table from the reduced bucket at a local grocery store, but this is the first aphid infestation.

                Whew. For someone who rarely posts, this was long. But then, this is practical information, not commentary! I am reminded once again of the old Daily Paul site, where there was a gardening thread, a chicken thread, a survival thread, an off-grid thread, etc., where people freely shared their experience and expertise.

                PS I have seen newer Aerogardens in thrifts…5 pods, and a really new one with LED lights, that had I think, 3 pods. Sorely tempted by that one but passed. I tend to only buy in thrifts when the tag color of the item is half price!

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              5. Great post! I will copy and paste it to singularZoe.

                If you get aphids, mix a little liquid dish soap with some water in a spray bottle and spray to plants. It won’t hurt you or the plants, but it will take care of the aphids.

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      3. “The question is whether they will expose the WHOLE Clinton agenda, including HIV (Basically the Bill Cooper revelations) or not.”

        ____________________

        I’m still waiting for someone to expose that D-Day and Bluto were 30 years old while playing the role of college students when Animal House was filmed…

        I mean, I know… Bluto was on the 7-year college plan… so he didn’t graduate high school until age 23?

        😁

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            1. Heh, I was thinking it might have been from ‘Heathers’, but couldn’t remember for sure.

              If it was from ‘Roxy Carmichael’ then that’s the only thing I remember from that movie.
              Haaaa.
              So that must’ve been a pretty forgettable movie.
              Except…for that quote.

              The reason I flashed on that quote, was because she said it in response to someone naming off things that he wanted…including ‘her’, I think.
              But she was crushing on someone else, or something.

              So her saying, “It’s good to want things”, was both a lament and also sort of smart-alecky.

              Others have said it since then, in shows and movies…but Winona Ryder was the one who launched it into our vernacular.

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      4. Okay, what did I miss on the Clinton’s and AIDS? I remember that the Gates Foundation was providing HIV drugs in Africa that sterilized people. What did the Clintons do?

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        1. It’s beyond a rabbit-hole – it’s an entire underground complex.

          First of all, I have a feeling that Bubba may have AIDS, and that is part of his interest. But that’s a whole nuther speculation.

          Now – before getting to this, please note that POPULATION CONTROL seems to be a theme here GF and CF are linked by that idea, although GF’s interest may not be as mercenary as the Clinton interest. But the “problem”/alleged goal of sterilizing with vaccines is also a part of this whole thing.

          OK. The Clinton Foundation (CF) has a very strong interest in HIV/AIDS treatment WORLDWIDE. In a large part, this appeared to be a way to move money around. They made almost unbelievable claims in how much they were able to reduce drug prices to enable treatment in the third world – down to pennies – this was their “boardroom schtick” that opened doors to them. They repeated the same lines over and over. Now – during this time, the CF was involved in several scandals involving Indian generic drug manufacturers – plenty of reporting on these items. This is reminiscent of the medical scandals in Arkansas when Beelzebubba was governor there.

          All this stuff is tied to Downer in Australia, and of course the Australian donation to the CF – a BIG donation.

          Anyway, now let me tie in THIS gal – an HIV/malaria/vaccine specialist who worked for the CF, and her boyfriend, an Australian architect who worked on treatment centers. They were both KILLED by those Al Shabaab terrorists in the shopping mall in Kenya – who asked for ID as they were sorting out non-Muslims to kill. I heard that and BOOM – no way would this be a coincidence. Payoff for a suicide mission is my guess. Commander sent useful idiots – that’s why the wallet-checks on many victims – that’s why the botched nature of the attack.

          “The former President said he met Yavuz six weeks ago in Tanzania, where she was employed by the Clinton Health Access Initiative. Yavuz, a Harvard graduate, was working as a senior vaccines researcher.”

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          1. Wow, wolfmoon thanks for the summary. That mall massacre happened back in 2013 when I wasn’t AWAKE so it never occurred to me that it was other than more ISIS style violence. Now it makes sense. The GF and CF have focused on population control through eugenics (vaccines and drugs) under the guise of world health care. Coincidentally an astounding number of scientists and doctors have died mysteriously over the years. Their common demoninator was vaccine research. Apparently one of the things they discovered was something being inserted in vaccines that cause cancer and other diseases. I’ve always believed the poorest nation and people of the world (think Africa) have been used as trial groups. Here’s a link with more https://www.naturalnews.com/055347_vaccines_dead_doctors_cancer_enzymes.html

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            1. It’s not just the vaccine researchers. Autism researchers, natural medicine, etc. Talk about a cure type breakthrough, and expect a visit from “The Doctor” of “Tomorrow Never Dies” fame. (See James Bond for the movie.)

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              1. Yes, the hole is very deep. Pharmaceutical companies need to keep us sick and blind (to alternatives and natural healing) for profit. It is a worldwide collusion.

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    2. I too was once a male trapped in a female’s body–but then I was born.

      I do remember one of those Chuck Norris is so awesome that… jokes that went that he lost his virginity before he was born.

      He can also divide by zero.

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  2. Whitaker…dive-bomber?

    Or is he top of the food chain? Lion, croc, gator, orca, eagle, hawk, etc.

    He’s there to take something out before moving on. A role player with a singular purpose.

    What would that be….

    [shakes the gin and ice before pouring over a toothpick of odd numbered olives]

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    1. Scaramucci was one of THE most interesting short term appointments of ALL TIME!!! Whitaker–I simply Love the way he LOOKS! Not the Hottie factor–he is–But the Terminator factor!!! His attendance at the funeral–Epic!

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    1. Possibly. Didn’t the anon indicate that there were a handful of leftoverst at DOJ? Fox had that big article on the FBI being cleaned out (they used different terminology). You’d think they would do the same if Justice was in the same shape.

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    1. Correction…in NYC, at Time-Warner bldg.

      Sorry.

      Shannon Bream is reporting that there are “four bombs” being investigated in the bldg.

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    1. Yup.

      Somebody should come up with a counter to the super-sensationally effective Dick Wolf FBI called “REAL FBI”. Script example:

      “Lordy. It’s another white van.”

      “Good God, get a load of this, girl. Those stickers aren’t a week old.”

      “I sure hope that isn’t you, ’cause something stinks real bad here.”

      “You gonna put that in your report?”

      “You’ve gotta be kidding. With XXXXXX still in charge?”

      “Yeah. They want this one. JUST like we found it.”

      “I might ask a few impertinent questions. I could use a raise.”

      “Ooooh, that’s tricky.”

      “Yeah, kinda risky, too. But they’re barely skatin’ by on this one. Look at the way that Trump hat is pushed up like that. No way is that real.”

      “Yeah. It’s like a photo shoot.”

      “Here we go again.”

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  3. From Q-post no. 2561:

    ACTING AG PRIMARY PURPOSE?
    SCARAMUCCI MODEL?
    PUBLIC OPINION (OPTICS) DO NOT MATTER.
    ________

    I hope this doesn’t mean that Whitaker will be gone after he does his house-cleaning…and hammer-swinging.

    Whitaker would be good as deputy AG, or assistant AG, whatever the title is.
    Get rid of Rat Rosenstein…and give Whitaker that job!

    And the…”PUBLIC OPINION (OPTICS) DO NOT MATTER.”

    Does that mean ‘We are going to have a Reckoning and we don’t care about the optics.”…?

    Oh, be still my heart. I certainly hope so!

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    1. “Whitaker would be good as deputy AG, or assistant AG, whatever the title is.”

      _____________

      Seems like it to me too, just based on his intimidating stature. It’s one thing to have a Keebler elf nipping at your heels.

      It’s a whole different thing when it’s Andre the Giant 😁

      So long as the AG’s single-minded pursuit is the absolute destruction and eradication of the Treason Cabal, the criminal corporate-class, the criminal political-class and the international networks that connect all of it, I don’t care who it is.

      The problem is making sure the person you pick is a true Terminator type, and not a corrupted Deep State operative pretending to be a white hat.

      If Whitaker has the Terminator ethos to match his physical presence, I’d leave him right where he is and turn him loose.

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    2. “And the…”PUBLIC OPINION (OPTICS) DO NOT MATTER.””

      ________________

      ***I’ve*** been saying that from DAY ONE!

      It’s Q who’s always worried about the ‘optics’…

      If you search the Q board, he has used that word SIXTEEN TIMES!

      All of a sudden, he’s no longer concerned about ‘optics’…

      Makes me want to say ‘Welcome to the end of the thought process… glad you could make it. 😁

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      1. I guess it depends on the ‘optics’?

        And also…the moment in time.

        Not all optics are the same and timing matters, because what would be ‘terrible optics’ at one point in time…would be irrelevant optics after other things had come to light.

        It’s complicated business, no?
        All this deep-state-hunting…and slaying multi-headed monsters…and exposing entrenched criminality on so many levels.

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        1. “I guess it depends on the ‘optics’?”

          ____________

          Well that’s just it.

          To be ‘sensitive’ to the ‘optics’ is to be a willing participant in a ‘game’ of deceit. The very nature of concern over ‘optics’ is not a concern about truth, or integrity, or justice… it’s a concern over what the CHATTERING CLASS will say.

          And one of my absolute favorite things about DJT is they pure joy he gives me when he acts without any concern at all about how the chattering class will react.

          The truth is, it literally doesn’t matter how the PC NPCs react, if you ignore them.

          It’s like the concept of ‘political correctness’ as a paper tiger.

          If the paper tiger comes after you (e.g., PC Police attempt to shame you into apologizing over something ridiculous), and you show fear or give in to their demands, the paper tiger will give chase and do real harm… could destroy your career.

          But if you ignore the paper tiger, you rob it of the fuel it needs to give chase.

          Or better yet, stand your ground and smash that paper tiger right in the face, because it’s a PAPER TIGER. The very act of attempting to use ‘peer pressure’ to coerce behavior is corrupt on its face; if they had anything substantive, they wouldn’t resort to grade-school peer-pressure tactics.

          So challenge whatever it is that they’re attempting to shame you over, and make them prove their case. They CAN’T do it, because there is no way TO do it without exposing how utterly juvenile and corrupt they are.

          The entire ‘scheme’ literally DEPENDS on the target GOING ALONG with it, accepting the “mob’s” judgment and attack as ‘righteous’ and then retreating and apologizing, which ALWAYS provokes further attack.

          The one thing that always works is to go on OFFENSE.

          They have no response to that, because it doesn’t fit the paradigm and they lack the capacity to think on their feet with a countermove.

          I hate ‘optics’, because ‘optics’ is a recognition of — and submission/consent to — a wholly corrupt social contract to which we don’t NEED to be signatories.

          Every time Q worries about ‘optics’, he sounds like a little old lady wringing her hands over what the neighbors might think.

          When the ‘neighbors’ are literally the most corrupt and disgusting scum of the earth — news media, Treason Cabal, CoC, banksters, Hollyweird, human-traffickers, drug cartels, anit-fa, DNC, Klintons, Hussein, Soros, all of it — what in the WORLD do you have to apologize for?

          When they start to squirm and shriek because you violated some ‘norm’ of the Satanists — that’s the signal to do MORE of it — not to back down or apologize. 🙂

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          1. I hate the whole thing about ‘optics’ too.

            But optics are unfortunately an element of the battleground that we are fighting in.

            The Dems tried to use ‘optics’ to bring down Kavanaugh.
            They expected the ‘optics’ of the false allegations would make the R’s shrink away and throw him under the bus.

            They expected Pres Trump to withdraw Kav’s nomination.
            But he didn’t.

            The Dems expected Kavanaugh to withdraw from the whole thing…they tried death threats and went all out to destroy him.
            But he stood up to them.

            The ‘optics’ of the whole thing backfired on the Dems.
            It became ‘bad optics’ for the Dems…instead of for their target.

            The Kavanaugh thing even brought down Creepy Porn Lawyer, Avenatti.
            CPL had been treated like some sort of ‘white knight’ by the enemedia…
            he was even talking about running for Pres.(!!)

            But after he showed his butt in the Kavanaugh thing, his media buddies are probably not taking his calls.
            Haaa.

            Now…the name ‘Kavanaugh’ has become a verb.

            To be “Kavanaugh’d” is to be Framed for Something You Didn’t Do.
            Which is also…what the Dems have done to Pres Trump.

            Timing is everything, in this battleground.

            The optics of the Truth about what the disgusting corruptocrat scumbags have done…is what will bring them down.

            Q has also said that when the Truth comes out, these people won’t be able to walk down the street.

            Let’s hope that time is drawing near.

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          2. scott467, brilliant explanation. The paper tiger has been used to take down each and every Republican “threat” to their agenda. It has never worked against Trump who earned the nickname Teflon Don during the campaign. Thank God for our VSGDJT.

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      2. Optics – there might be a critical mass of Americans “in the know” at this point so “optics” as a barrier to the plan doesn’t matter any longer. In order to pull this off, the planners and team would need the support of the public. If the anon and the people surrounding the president really “have it all,” they would have raw traffic numbers into 8chan, VOAT, Reddit, CTH, this site, and all of the other interpreters. Not only that, they would know how many people REALLY have turned off network news.

        The people are awake and are ready. Well, enough so that there will not be too much danger when the big stuff goes down.

        I’m going to posit that the objective rendering optics irrelevant has been achieved. It took a while, though.

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      1. bro, the really sad thing is that by tomorrow i know there will be “some” believeing that even though nothing happened someone did intend for that to happen and they would have deliveered the goods and they would have had a maga hat. and they will believe it.

        i talked to a guy yesterday after the 41 funeral, he was pretty decent about the president even and i was shocked. he even laughed at how the tv told him that trump was scared to even go to hillary and bill was scared to acknowledge trump because hillary would be so mad and he had to go home with her! this guy was laughing. and how awesome michelle and barak were just class.

        that’s all he mentioned about the president/flotus and he watched the WHOLE THING CAREFULLY.

        today he is talking to someone and i hear “he refused to even say this sacred thing. he just stood there like a bufoon. don’t you realize the level of injustice and disrespect this was!”

        i walk by “hey there… what’s all this about” then i get the story about the programs and the chants and prayers and what not (no disrespect) and i said “when did this happen? you didn’t say anything yesterday”

        “oh well heard it on the radio coming in people did not know it yesterday. now everyone is talking about it! what a disgrace… unbelievable. and you know, george w, i am really coming around on this guy. he is pretty funny”

        i mean, he was told what to think today.

        and he thought it, and it was good.

        and the evening and the next morning were the news cycle.

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        1. Maybe… but maybe not.

          Remember, they’re all NPCs.

          No individual thought, no individual comprehension, no capacity for critical thinking — just pale, gray, bald, featureless automatons, occasionally distinguished by having the line-slant of the nose going to the right instead of the left.

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        2. Gosh 😉 I wish Zignew Brezinsky’s little octoberist at msnbc could start decoding Q. She thinks the media is there to tell us what to think ha ha ha.

          Could be fun except there are loons that hang on her every word.

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      1. Shepard Smith: “If that’s not a tease good enough to make you stay through the commercial break, I don’t know what is”.

        _______________

        Not even close, Shep.

        Tell us that you’re going to set yourself on fire after the commercial break.

        I’d stay for that.

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  4. Clinton Foundation is a mess. Of course it was pay to play.
    Comey testifying today reminds us, the only reason we are here, with a Special Counsel, is because Comey was butthurt over the loss of his job.
    Some guys never know when to quit.

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    1. I think the Clinton Foundation is way worse than just ‘pay to play’.

      Knowing the Clintons…it is likely that CF encompasses money laundering, selling state secrets, blackmail and also selling data mined from NSA, to people who could use it to blackmail others.

      The criminality level of the Clinton Foundation also makes it like a big octopus with tentacles reaching out in all directions…worldwide.

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      1. The tentacles to the octopus also involve human trafficking. I shutter to think how many lives have been destroyed. I believe Q has said that once you know you cannot sleep.

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      2. “Selling data mined from the NSA” — The full extent of NSA data abuse has not come out. I think NSA data was used as a source of the info in the Steele dossier. My theory is that Brennan, Clapper, et. al., were scouring NSA data for dirt on DJT, while also listening in on his campaign (before Crossfire Hurricane was initiated). The dirt was shared with FVEV recipients (UK – Dearlove?; Aus – Downing). FVEV recipients then facilitated collection by Steele. The Hildabeast’s infrastructure then deployed this data as best it could. Luckily for us (and for him) DJT was pretty clean.

        Recall that Adm Rogers discovered NSA database searches of US persons in March, 2016, and in April instituted an audit and shut down contractor access. (The Ohrs became concerned about her ability to communicate secretly during this timeframe, so Nellie obtained a ham radio operators license.) Before the audit was completed, Clapper, et. al, recommended that Rogers be fired. In October, before they could fire Rogers, the audit found significant abuses, which Rogers reported to Judge Contreras (yes, the same Judge Contreras who accepted Flynn’s guilty plea and then recused himself from Flynn’s case). Rogers also shut down all 702 queries on US persons. Two weeks later and immediately after the election, Rogers visited Trump towers, causing the relocation of the entire transition team to a PDJT golf resort. He was then fired.

        This whole saga is important because I think it impelled the FISAs. The FISAs on Carter Page was a work around to Rogers’ order precluding Since 702 queries. (Carter Page was of no interest; indeed it is my view that he was planted in the campaign because of his ability to bring the FISAs along with him.) Another key point about the FISAs: they also served to retroactively make the extraction of information from the NSA databases legal.

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        1. Yes, the Dem operatives were doing whatever they wanted to, breaking laws and abusing their powers, in pursuit of the mission to ‘take down Trump’.

          But it looks like, A Fortiori…that you are saying that Admiral Rogers was fired after he visited Trump Towers in Nov 2016?

          I will have to correct you on that:
          Admiral Rogers continued to serve as head of the NSA until May of this year.

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  5. On Whitaker being the Skaramoosh. We have the one Q post about Whitaker approving the release of FISA docs. Yet, we also have John Solomon’s report, speculating that PDJT does not want to release the FISA lest he be accused of interfering in an ongoing investigation. No sure that’s a real reason. I mean, if the FISA doc is as bad as we think, it would exonerate PDJT, thus Mueller would be moot. Right?

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    1. You’re assuming that the investigation of PDJT for Russian “Collusion” (or however the heck they are packaging it this week) is the investigation in question.

      Perhaps there’s another one into FISA abuse.

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      1. Well, Q has posed two questions re Huber, one re OIG, then said “We do not discuss active / ongoing ….. investigations”

        So it seems like Q is taunting the DS, suggesting what Huber et al are up to, but saying we do not discuss …

        So he is saying maybe its x? ….. But……, maybe not. Right?

        He leaves it hanging as to what Huber is ACTUALLY up to, to my way of reading it. But I AM squinting a bit to see that.

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        1. on first glance i see there “possibly” a slight excuse for the msm and others who may be so happy for huber to not be able to say anything. however, if the IG reports come first what we can be sure of is there will be enough released to give us an idea of what has been “referred” that is the best we can hope for – and that’s all assumptions. remember mccabe was referred for criminal investigation however he appears to still be somewhat free (maybe not, who knows, but no news means we don’t know)

          if we have to wait 8 months for action on these IG reports, then that is bad – however i kind of feel there’s a better chance than not these investigations had to get here at least before the first one could wrap and since that was an investigation on the “actions of andrew mccabe” and how those pertained to activity in the CF Email investigation, and the CF Investigation (CF itselt, AND CF Email situation, two matters)

          so back to the top, if huber can bring a promise of the IG reports (hell, bring the IG with him as special guest) and say presumably some of these people have had access to them for a bit (SCIF was mentioned also) then we can get things rolling… i would prefer get rolling and active before too many days go by (i would like by the end of the weekend but i digress) but the time is short that is just a fact.

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      2. I did a post on this in another thread (which I cannot now locate): if you parse the paragraph in Flynn’s sentencing memo describing his assistance to the government, it appears that Flynn has assisted in three investigations. The first one is identified as a criminal investigation of some sort (which I believe is the CF investigation), the second is the SC investigation and the third is completely redacted. I believe this third investigation includes FISA abuse, but is more broadly crafted to look at all the spying on Americans that was conducted under the Hussein Administration.

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  6. guys, we also have election report in the pipeline.

    we have the IG reports.

    we have pending govt shutdown without the spending bill.

    wall funding rumors.

    lindsey and rubio getting comfy.

    president trump doing what he does…

    the next week and a half is either going to be one of two things. what those both have in common is little to no sleep for me! 🙂

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    1. That’s just it, there’s so many irons in the fire, so many things moving at once, it looks like the strategic employment of Cloward-Piven. None of this “one thing at a time” stuff. Oh, no. It’s going to be shock and awe for sure if they do what I get the idea is in the pipeline.

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  7. “we have pending govt shutdown without the spending bill.”

    __________________

    We might need a government shutdown in order to arrest lots of Congress-criminals. They may plead immunity from arrest while Congress is in session.

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    1. absolutely man. all those i listed are just “points in a list” like a scheduled agenda, but the extent of them getting accomplished or not to serve a purpose, all of these things need to act together as a balanced pendulum to make this work for sure. shutting down the govt via spending bill inaction is a no-brainer to have in your list of options.

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  8. I admit I have been somewhat skeptical of the notion of Whitaker as The Mooch 2.0.

    However. I was busy this evening and could only listen to Lou Dobbs with half my brain while I was doing other stuff, but he had a discussion with someone about how no one in the Senate has stood up for PDJT and talked about how the Mueller investigation is illegitimate, ineffectual, and must end. None of the Senate has been out there supporting him. Thus, it is likely EVEN after the new Senators are seated in January that at least one of them, maybe even a RINO, will yap away about Mueller during the AG confirmation hearings and demand a pledge that Mueller will be protected.

    That made me stop and think for a moment. Of course they will. Of course. Dumb azz Mitt Romney has already tweeted about Mueller and his righteous cause. Blech.

    So then I got to thinking about the “Whitaker as The Mooch” theory and thought wow, wouldn’t that be cool if he went in there and got rid of Mueller and maybe a whole bunch of other horrible swamp creatures; that way, the decks would be cleared for the new AG and they wouldn’t have to worry about Mueller because he’d be gone.

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      1. Well, maybe Sessions was used as a Scaramuchi of sorts too….he was targeted with derision, suspicion, be-clowned and scoured continually. Was this political theater?

        Most of you know my admiration for and over-zealous fellow Southerner, Jefferson Beauregard Sessions. I still believe he was working hard for Trump, dealing with many problems/crimes/injustices in the DOJ and USA and completely in synch with Trump’s priorities. Anyone who would hire Stephen Miller and give him to Trump is a true conservative and truth warrior. I believe Trump + Sessions are cunning, focused and capable of the biggest sting against evil-doers this country has ever known.

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        1. Yes, optics. You know why I’ve always believed he’s a white hat working for President Trump and not controlled by the DS? Because of the 2,200+ human trafficking/drug/cartel arrests that he made while AG. Media blackout on that.

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          1. Not maybe – almost certainly. The “Calm before the storm” gathering which prefaced the launch of Q happened in Oct. Putting together an undercover op like that in enemy territory (voted over 90% Crooked) takes careful planning, nous and tons of misdirection.

            Sessions’s recusal was a “nothing to see here move”, Mueller a shiny object to hold attention, while Mil Intel and Huber got on safely out of sight, with the enemy convinced that PDJT was mere days away from being finished off.

            Remember all those “This is the beginning of the end” prognostications on the MSM? They were sure they were winning …

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        2. Whatever else Sessions did *not* do (which is debatable at this time), he was responsible for bringing to justice many pedophiles and sex traffickers. And he also was responsible for the targeting of many businesses that deliberately hired illegals – and those illegals were then deported. Yes there are many things I think he could have also dipped his toes into but these that he did accomplish were no small things. Especially not the pedophilia/sex trafficker stuff.

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    1. YES!

      And all he has to do to help Trump get his pick is say “Hey, I like it here. No RUSH on replacing me!”

      The RINOs can APPROVE Trump’s pick, OR they can suffer an increasingly “Moochy” Whitaker, who starts firing everything in sight.

      For instance, he could wade into Civil Rights and find out who helped to STOKE Ferguson. He could find out who has the GOODS on Holder and “lacks candor” in explaining certain things. Or he could make Anti-Trust go double-time on Google, because any attacks on Red Diaper Sergey’s little house of cards really seems to make the COMMUNISTS sweat.

      Lots of ways to “go Mooch” on DOJ, until Trump gets his nominee.

      POPCORN! 😎

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      1. I LOVE the thought of Whitaker “going Mooch” on the DOJ. Someone needs to. And btw, he could go kick over the hive in the section that handles Elections and Voter Fraud, too, just for grins and giggles. (I think that is under the Civil Rights Division but I’m not sure). Oh there is LOTS of distrupting to be done at DOJ.

        This could be really awesome!

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      2. You know, you just made me think something.

        What if Whitaker “going Mooch” is the way for Trump to get whomever he wants as the permanent A.G.?

        In other words, Whitaker is so damn scary that they will confirm just about anybody to replace him?

        From all I’ve read, there is some hold-up to naming Whitaker as the permanent A.G. Too many rules to jump over with the acting appointment language or something. But if he really brings the pain, will the D.S. miss the bigger pain-bringer Trump nominates?

        I can’t eat popcorn, but I’ll take a big bag of peanut M&Ms to watch the show!

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    2. “So then I got to thinking about the “Whitaker as The Mooch” theory and thought wow, wouldn’t that be cool if he went in there and got rid of Mueller and maybe a whole bunch of other horrible swamp creatures; that way, the decks would be cleared for the new AG and they wouldn’t have to worry about Mueller because he’d be gone.”

      __________________

      What I don’t understand about the ‘Mooch Maneuver’ is why Mooch has to leave after he served his purpose.

      Suppose Whitaker fires everyone he can see, for as far as his eye CAN see.

      Good, perfect.

      But why leave then?

      Why does the deck need to be cleared for someone else? Whey can’t he clear the deck for himself, and then start rebuilding?

      Who’s going to stop him?

      Nobody.

      He has something like 210 days before he needs to be confirmed by the Senate or someone else is put up for confirmation.

      If he’s doing a good job after the first 200 days, nominate someone who can’t possibly be confirmed, and Whitaker gets another 210 days.

      By that time we may have a super-majority of MAGA supporters in the Senate. If not, then nominate another candidate who can’t possibly be confirmed, and Whitaker gets another 210 days.

      I’d do it just to drive the haters crazy, because there’s nobody who deserves it more than they do.

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      1. Alas, there is an answer for this. Whitaker is not well known. Given the scale of what is coming, PDJT needs a person with a big name and a sterling reputation in the job. Whitaker may be there in a couple of decades, but he is not there yet.

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  9. A leak can be purposeful disinformation. Meanwhile Hammertime Whittaker is holding the reigns. The ones who scream loudest……can’t touch this!

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    1. I love the story about how he got started. Used to hang around the Oakland A’s parking lot selling stray baseballs; got hired as a bat boy; Players liked him; Reggie Jackson nicknamed him “Hammer” because he looked like Hank Aaron; Bunch of players got together and funded his initial recording and he took off.

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  10. Uh-oh! Looks like Tucker is coming OFF my DVR list! Initially found this OT as printed by WAPO. WTH, Tucker? He is supposed to be a dictator now and do it ALL by himself??!!??

    “Though often a measured Trump supporter, Tuesday’s interview was not Carlson’s first verbal-lashing of the president; he called Trump’s attacks on then-attorney general Jeff Sessions, following his recusal from the Russia investigation, a “useless, self-destructive act.”

    “This week, he continued to disparage the president when Gehriger probed for more.

    “His chief promises were that he would build the wall, defund Planned Parenthood and repeal Obamacare, and he hasn’t done any of those things,” Carlson said, adding that those goals were probably lost causes. Trump, he said, doesn’t understand the system, and his own agencies don’t support him.

    “He knows very little about the legislative process, hasn’t learned anything, hasn’t surrounded himself with people that can get it done, hasn’t done all the things you need to do, so it’s mostly his fault that he hasn’t achieved those things,” he added.

    He has come to believe that Trump’s role is not as a conventional president who promises to achieve certain things and then does. Instead, it’s to “begin the conversation about what actually matters.”

    https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/politics/ct-tucker-carlson-donald-trump-20181206-story.html

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      1. On the one hand, I wouldn’t mind cutting the cord. On the other, I would be left with only ONE source of info (if my internet goes out, I would still have the TV, minimal radio reception) and I really have no social life so……TV and books are my escape from my internet obsession. My TV pretty much stays on OANN these days and I record my Huskers, NASCAR, and Triple Crown (covering the sports angle) and a lot of NatGeo, History Channel, AnimalPlanet, HGTV, Science Channel, INSP (watch my Waltons and Little House every day), movies for my granddaughter, REELZ, etc. Now that Tucker is off the list, that leaves only Trish and Levin from Fox, sometimes Dobbs.

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        1. as far out in the boonies as we are, our options for cable tv are nonexistent–so we purchased an antenna—$20 at Walmart. We get the 3 major stations and as others begin broadcasting in High Definition, we get those too—we watch very little tv as a rule–mostly morning news for weather. We watch dvds a lot–our favorite series, our favorite moves ( Cary Grant –yum!).
          But it amazes me, when we do try to catch a regular show–Last Man Standing was a favorite–I couldn’t stand the commercials–lol–I prefer my dvds…

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          1. Oh, yeah – commercials! One of my biggest pet peeves! Which is why I DVR pretty much everything via DirecTV/AT&T! Cable is available in my small town but super pricey and tied to having a landline.

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            1. we are just about on the NY border–so close I can spit into NY and I frequently do–and by some “grant” NY has been able to bring fiber optic cable to the boonies out here–they were stringing the lines all summer—now there’s signs posted everywhere about high speed cable being available out here.
              which I guess is all fine and well—but the houses are not close like city block close and a good deal of the “homes” around here are hunting camps–so all this grant money did was enable the hunters to download porn quicker in the evenings…yee haw…

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  11. Talk about evil political machinations!!!!

    “UPDATE 1630 — What happens now?

    AKK is the new leader of Germany’s CDU party — but won’t immediately become the new Chancellor of Germany. Although that would be normal practice in most countries and is even what Dr Merkel said herself what should happen in a statement earlier this year, the present Chancellor doesn’t want to give up and has said she wants to stick at the job until 2021.

    This arrangement, it is claimed, would give the country a chance to get used to her successor and for the new party leader to get prepared before the next Federal elections in 2021.

    It also, of course, provides Dr Merkel with a useful shield against a political coup — by laying out the path to succession on her own terms years in advance, she spikes the guns of any would-be challengers from the right of the party, who have grown increasingly frustrated at her losing ground to the populist-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party.”

    https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2018/12/07/race-leadership-merkels-party-determine-continuation-major-change-policy/

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