Dear MAGA: 20190329 Open Topic

This FLAGS OUT FRIDAY open thread is VERY OPEN – a place for everybody to post whatever they feel they would like to tell the White Hats, and the rest of the MAGA world.

You can say what you want, comment on what other people said, and so on.

Free Speech is practiced here. ENJOY IT. Use it or lose it.

Keep it civil. They tried to FORCE fake Orwellian civility on us. In response, we CHOOSE true civility to defend our precious FREEDOM from THEM.

Our rules began with the civility of the Old Treehouse, later to become the Wolverinian Empire, and one might say that we have RESTORED THE OLD REPUBLIC – the early high-interaction model of the Treehouse – except of course that Q discussion is not only allowed but encouraged, and speech is considerably freer in other ways. Please feel free to argue and disagree with the board owner, as nicely as possible.

Please also consider the Important Guidelines, outlined here in the January 1st open thread. Let’s not give the odious Internet Censors a reason to shut down this precious haven.

Remember – your greatest gift to President Trump is FIVE WORDS:


Our movement

Is about replacing

A failed


Political establishment

With a new government controlled

By you, the American People.Candidate Donald J. Trump

Candidate Donald J. Trump

Also consider Wheatie’s Rules:

  1. No food fights.
  2. No running with scissors.
  3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.

Although we enjoyed a truly historic rally today, picking up the trail where it was left off, in GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN – where Candidate Trump’s INTENSE work ethic defeated Hillary Clinton…..

Although we are now at a high point – having just won our “Battle of Midway”…..

There is something we need to realize.

You might say…. we need to talk. It’s good, but….. we need to talk.

Two posts by ForGodandCountry, which occurred in two different conversations, will put this in perspective. Because FG&C’s thinking almost perfectly mirrored MY unvoiced thinking, I am certain this is correct, and we need to “get in formation” again.

Here is the background.

The first conversation. It began when I posted this tweet of mine regarding the new TrumpWarRoom account on Twitter.

This resulted in the following…..

March 28, 2019 at 11:27
Guess what makes your Midway analogy even greater than you possibly realized??

March 28, 2019 at 12:59

March 28, 2019 at 13:08
Remember……the victory at Midway was made possible by this guy…

He and his small team of intelligence analysts broke the Japanese code and discovered the enemy’s plans.
This was absolutely key to the victory at Midway and thus turning the tide of the war.
I know I don’t need to point out how Q fits into this analogy from here.

March 28, 2019 at 13:12 Edit
WOW!!! FG&C!! Beyond Cool!! Wolfie is Our Master Codebreaker!!!

March 28, 2019 at 20:34 Edit
Well, maybe not me, but SOMEBODY is! (I’m a bit more of a “code-talker”!)
And who knows – maybe some day we will run into those code-makers and code-breakers!

If you’re not 5:5 on that, here is a hint. There was a small team of secret NSA / Q-class patriots who – as they have said all along – were behind the QAnon operation. This group is not perfectly analogous to the group of codebreakers that gave the Midway victory to the United States in World War II, but – well – it’s still INCREDIBLY analogous. These were both highly complex and massive secret information warfare operations carried out by small teams with much support and assistance by other patriots.

We were incredibly privileged to be a part of this, even if we were not actually the “code makers” and “code breakers”. Just like the many American military and civilians who HELPED the codebreakers of World War II, so we were honored to HELP the Q team pull off what it did.

Are you 5:5 now? Good.

However, that said, you probably know the bittersweet news that’s coming. If you know the history of information warfare operations, then you know that they tend to remain secret for a long time. The actors are suspected, but they vanish. Declassification of the operations is typically FAR OFF in the future. Often, if not always, names are known only after the participants have the best seats in the house.

Now, the next conversation:

March 28, 2019 at 17:31 Edit
I remember not long ago when Q gear was prohibited at some rallies. I don’t know if it was for security reasons, political reasons, or what. The tide is turning.

March 28, 2019 at 18:22
Not sure how to say it except this…
You don’t serve wine before it’s time. Because even fine wine tastes bad before it’s properly aged, and serving it early can give it a bad name despite its quality.
Btw……we are seeing more and more of Q. Massive # of posts today.
Enjoy it while it lasts.
Soon now, Q will be signing off because: Mission Accomplished.
Q’s purpose was to spark the awakening and give it life and energy. The baby is alive now, and growing rapidly. With Declass and hidden info public, Q’s purpose, and mission, will be completed.
Also……Q will never be named. He/she/ (most likely) they will be like the “Unknown Soldier”….forever representing ALL the silent, hidden patriots MAGA.
I propose that we dedicate an open thread to Q, so that we can all say thank you in our own ways before Q goes dark.

ForGodandCountry, March 28, 2019 (WQTH Open Thread)

My only disagreement is that we WILL need MORE than one thread to speak our sincere GRATITUDE to Q, Q+, the Q team, and the many others who made this day – this moment – a reality.

TODAY we BEGIN to thank them. Let today be…..

Flags Out Friday

Even if you have to put out your flag INDOORS because of the rain…..

Even if your flag is like my “special” flag….

A tiny, cheap, stiff flag, stapled to a piece of pine, but saved in a secret yet open place of honor in a cluttered den – and the flag is special because it was waved enthusiastically at a World War II vet who was extra special – well – TODAY let that flag be out specifically for the Q Team and the hidden patriots who helped them.

Put it out in honor of the PRIVATE KEY which matched our PUBLIC KEY, and thereby pulled off an amazing operation, that people will talk about long after we ALL have the best seats in the house.

God bless the Q Team, God bless us all, and God Bless America.


712 thoughts on “Dear MAGA: 20190329 Open Topic

  1. Uncle Joe may have a difficult time with his candidacy. This is really a must read. But I will share this part of her story with you:

    “As I was taking deep breaths and preparing myself to make my case to the crowd, I felt two hands on my shoulders. I froze. “Why is the vice-president of the United States touching me?”

    I felt him get closer to me from behind. He leaned further in and inhaled my hair. I was mortified. I thought to myself, “I didn’t wash my hair today and the vice-president of the United States is smelling it. And also, what in the actual fuck? Why is the vice-president of the United States smelling my hair?” He proceeded to plant a big slow kiss on the back of my head. My brain couldn’t process what was happening. I was embarrassed. I was shocked. I was confused. There is a Spanish saying, “tragame tierra,” it means, “earth, swallow me whole.” I couldn’t move and I couldn’t say anything. I wanted nothing more than to get Biden away from me. My name was called and I was never happier to get on stage in front of an audience…”

    Read all about it here:

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      1. Yes, it is. And reading the part that I copied here was powerful because as I was reading it, it was like I was there and it was happening to me.

        Of course, in my version of events I turned around and punched him square in the nose, but now we are venturing into my fantasies and we totally don’t want to go there.

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        1. LOL. But seriously, it is so unexpected that someone in his position would be so intrusive and inappropriate that people are taken off guard and don’t react immediately. It’s good to be shovel-ready at all times.

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          1. Oh, I know. Way to throw someone completely off their stride when they have to go out and speak.

            I tried to put myself in his shoes and see what he was thinking but I just can’t quite get there. I think it is weird. I cannot even imagine doing that.

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    1. Refuse to “like” but will acknowledge the reality.

      The truth scares them. Abby Johnson is one of the best stories for pro-life in the last 20 years. She and the OB/GYN Anthony Levatino are plain spoken and stark on the subject. Their stories need to be heard and seen.

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        1. Well crap pR after I read your comment I had to scroll back up and look to see what I missed. My first look was just the overall effect and I shuddered and moved on. But then I had to go back and, you know, look. AND NOW I need that eye bleach.

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      1. Amazing isn’t it…

        we lived a 21st century tale of “The Emperor with No Clothes”

        Joan Rivers was the only person who said out loud what we suspected

        and look what happened to her !

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      1. However, I’ve seen our gorgeous current First Lady in an unfortunate choices too…

        This one is not right for Melania’s classic beauty:

        This was a cute dress, but behind a podium, it makes her look huge.

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              1. Either way, I find MRO to be rather coarse, unfeminine and she despises our country, and I think she is very radical. The Obamas mask it from the general public behind a facade. I’m from Illinois, and I know too much about them, though, of course, there are things that have been hidden.

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    1. I don’t understand why Michelle and Hillary don’t just wear normal clothes. Neither has the physique to pull off anything avant-garde or daring or “fashion forward” or whatever the trend might be. They should just get good designers who can make clothing to suit their body types. Hillary’s wardrobe during the campaign was the worst I’ve seen for any candidate to any office, ever. Michelle often looks as if someone took curtains and draped them around her. That invites what we’re seeing and talking about here.

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      1. He has several problems:

        1. He can’t keep his foot out of his mouth and
        2. He can’t keep his hands off women or children and
        3. He has some problems involving Ukraine and his son’s enrichment and
        4. He is involved in the coup to unseat President Trump and
        5. According to the socialists he’s an old white man and

        the list goes on…

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        1. It makes me wonder who it is they really want.

          Early on, it was Kamala Harris who got all the big donor money lined up and was looking like the carefully selected candidate. She has made such a mess of things it is hard to believe she can carry on, but maybe.

          I know supposedly Obama was just in raptures over Beto, for some reason, and was hanging out with him and encouraging him. But Beto is even more of a dolt than Kamala. I get they might think he’d make a great puppet, but he isn’t even an empty suit. More like an empty pair of board shorts.

          Maybe they really do intend to roll out Michelle Obama at just the right time and unleash that nightmare on us as The Candidate.

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            1. It would not surprise me.

              She could come “out” and everyone would gasp and think it was the most wonderful thing in the frickin’ world, how brave, we should ALL reject our God-given genders! There’s a platform every young voter would think is the coolest thing EVER and it would motivate them to go vote for her, ah, xir, ah I get confused. I’m old.

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          1. Years ago, maybe 2010 or 2011 on the old Ulsterman Report, we were warned about Horizontal Harris. That she would soon run for Senator and then POTUS. She was being groomed.

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              1. Been a long time. After the 2012 election the format changed and it was never the same. We had us a comfy little community but nothing like here! I always liked the insider reports.


  2. Dobbs on the warpath. DHS Leadership flailing, CBP whining to Congress, Wants our troop stationed 100ft INSIDE Mexico so illegals can’t even set foot on our soil. (good idea). Mad at USMC General that publicly defied POTUS?? I don’t know what that’s about. Slamming McConnell for not backing POTUS on healthcare.

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      1. A couple things

        1) If you read the article, it makes clear that Gen. Neller did not “publicly defy” PDJT. The LA Slimes obtained copies of 2 internal DoD memos sent to Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan and Navy Secretary Richard Spencer. Someone inside DoD leaked these memos to the LA Slimes.

        2) No USMC 4 star would be stupid enough to publicly defy his CiC, even if he hated the Presidents guts. This is especially true of any of the USMC’s highest ranking officer, much less the CoMC.

        3. Memos like this are common. At its most basic, it is a CYA memo that gives the Commandant justification for moving assets around as he judges best fit the demands placed on the Corp. and it’s mission.

        4) The article cites “experts” from what it calls “nonpartisan” groups who “raise concerns over the memo”…..the Project for Government Oversight and Center for Strategic and the International Studies, a nonpartisan think tank in Washington, both of which are George Soros funded organizations.


        A) This is an unethical media rag (LA Slimes) citing leftist activists pointing at leaked internal DoD memos in an effort to attack POTUS’ use of military assets and funding to address the crisis at the border.

        B) Attacking Gen. Neller….vs. attacking the source of this story and the “experts” it cites…is foolhardy. No one likes it when members of the military are vilified…unless it is truly warranted, as in the case of Bergdah, for instance.

        C) Lou Dobbs often means well but misses the mark. He does that because he has a dedicated audience and is no longer “hungry” to build an audience. Read: he can afford to be careless on occasion, and often is.

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    Then came a shocker from Mastio: USA Today had instead decided to reject the submission because I cited The Federalist and National Review.

    “Going forward, assertions of fact need to be backed up with mainstream media sources or original documents,” Mastio wrote. “Links to National Review or [T]he Federalist (or similar sites on the left) are not reliable.”

    Never mind that USA Today just last month published an opinion article that directly cited The Federalist.

    And never mind that on the topic of my now-rejected op-ed—how mainstream media ignored the real Trump scandal—The Federalist was one of the only publications in the country that consistently got the story right.

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  5. Am I bad to enjoy a nice slug of schadenfreude?

    “Celebrity attorney Mark Geragos blasted CNN for dropping him as a contributor on the network after he was implicated in Michael Avenatti’s alleged Nike extortion scheme…

    “God forbid that I start telling some of the stories about how I’ve covered for that lame-ass organization,” he told Carolla, the former co-host of Comedy Central’s “The Man Show.”…”

    Read the whole enchilada here:

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        1. Exactly! He’s a pariah on all sides now. All employment offers have dried up, but he and his PR team are doubling down. Watch see what happens if they give him that award. 💥💥💥

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  6. “Early estimates project that the state has lost $400 million in livestock and $450 million in cropland from the severe winter weather and flooding, said Steve Nelson, president of the Nebraska Farm Bureau. Damage to cropland includes crops that will be planted late, areas that will be prevented from planting this year and costs from the cleanup process.

    These numbers do not include direct property losses on farms and ranches, including loss of housing or other buildings, machinery equipment and grain bins. Nelson anticipates that figures will continue to grow as officials determine exact numbers.

    He also said there is about $400 to 500 million of damage to roadways and infrastructure in the state.”

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      1. Oh, he already has. The Undersecretary of the USDA, who is from Nebraska, was touring the flood areas today. And this was one of the very rare times when the disaster declaration was made in only 12 days, when they usually take months. He jumped right on it and for that, we Huskers are grateful.

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  7. Begin @ 1:50 and follow to the end….Liz Crokin does a great job of putting some pieces together….
    One small correction is the 65,000 hot dogs she speaks of I found in looking into this was $65,000 spent to transport the “hot dogs”….

    Top Chicago Field Office FBI Agent Gregory Wing who only covers child prostitution and child sex trafficking cases and whose expertise is in going after elites, high profile people who are raping kids and trafficking kids has never been involved in any local cases. He subpoenaed Smollett’s phone records of conversations with Kamala Harris and Obama’s people.

    Remember Wikileaks revealed in the Stratfor emails that it was Obama who spent $65,000 to have hot dogs (code words for children) flown from Chicago to the White House in 2009.

    Liz says Joe M exposed the fact that the children who were transported to the White House under Obama’s orders were under the direction of NXIM’s Keith Ranier who oversaw transporting the children from Chicago to the White House.

    Smollet + Obama + Harris + Ranier + Clintons +
    possibility of Epstein documents being unsealed + Chandler + = ?


    Robert Sweet, a federal judge presiding over a key lawsuit relating to elite pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, was found dead on Sunday. No cause of death has been announced.

    The news regarding the death of the federal judge follows explosive revelations that special counsel Robert Mueller personally intervened in the FBI investigation of billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, striking a deal that allowed him avoid prosecution.

    Whether the process of unsealing the Epstein records is derailed remains to be seen….

    Read More: March 29, 2019 Baxter Dmitry News

    Remember Obama and Anthony Bourdain’s meal together in Hanoi?

    FIELD NOTES: HANOI, September 2016—We started talking internally about the possibility of shooting a scene with the president of the United States a long way out—nearly a year before it actually happened.

    Some people at the White House had reached out and hinted at the possibility that maybe, just maybe, we might find a time and a place where the two of us could sit down to a meal together. These discussions were, out of necessity, very closely held until the very last minute.

    CNN didn’t know. The producers, even the camera guys who were to shoot the scene, were not told until the day before.

    “I will sure as shit remember this trip to Vietnam. Not very long ago at all, I was a 44-year-old guy still dunking french fries with no hope of ever seeing Rome, much less Hanoi—much less sitting across from the president of the United States, talking about hot dogs.”

    Read More:

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  8. I know a lot of you have cut the cord. Last night, Hannity had Rush Limbaugh on and let him talk almost entirely without interruption. It was quite good, I thought. Rush laid out the whole coup in clear, easy to understand terms. It was a nice summation of what all of us know. It is not information that even yet has made its way out into the main stream, at least not like this. It might be useful for red pilling. So here’s the linky:

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    1. i have a screen cap with this post being a certain number in this thread, three digit number that many find ominous – but i’ve never given it much respect (fear) because the one that “uses” it is not to be respected (feared). and so the superstision of it is something to me i use right back at the evit side – it’s really coincidence and syncronicity more than superstition – but when i see number patterns or numbers with “meaning” i view that as a good thing.

      needless to say, my second sentence above stands. someone with a three digit “signature number” is going down or we battle on to the end!

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