Dear KMAG: 20191021 Open Topic

This Merry Warrior Monday 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/KMAG/KAG world (with KMAG being a bit of both).

Yes, it’s Monday…again.


But it’s okay! We’ll get through it.

Free Speech is practiced here at the Q Tree. But please keep it civil.
Discussion of Q is not only allowed but encouraged. Imagine that! We can talk about Q here and not get banned.

Please also consider the Important Guidelines, outlined here. Let’s not give the odious Internet Censors a reason to shut down this precious haven that Wolf has created for us.

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



Wheatie’s Rules:

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


For your listening enjoyment, I offer this composition from Florian Burr, titled ‘Living’:


The Storm is here…but we’ve been ready for it.


As we weather the Stormy Days, we know it means we’re getting our country back.



667 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20191021 Open Topic

  1. Big Brother blackface Justine.

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  2. Hmmmm……..

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    1. “Reportedly Obama was the child of the cult leader & an Indonesian woman.”

      Never heard that before. Are they saying that his wonderful white mother and his wonderful white grandparents were fakes/impostors?

      I ain’t going down this rabbit hole. Nope.

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      1. There have been multiple rumors of babydaddies…from Malcolm X to Frank Marshall Davis to that Indonesian Subud cult leader, Subuh. One thing is pretty sure…he sure doesn’t resemble Obama Sr. and his people.

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  3. This morning I was unable to access either the QTree or CTH for almost an hour.

    It brought home the thought that at some point both branches might be banned.

    Do we have a back up plan?

    I think that Wolf touched upon this but I wanted to get help from someone knowledgeable before trying to set up another account, etc. on my own. However, faced with a blank internet I would be willing to chance things.

    Hope Wolf, Flep, everyone is ok.

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      1. I have the pages bookmarked and when I clicked on them nothing happened


        However, immediate response for other pages I have bookmarked, like Breitbart. Internet was fine.

        If I did get the bookmark to work there was just the endless nonproductive “loading”..

        I went OT to thinking that if all else failed I would try to get someone’s attention that this site was not accessible.

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    1. It was a WordPress problem, LM.

      I checked 10 different WP sites, including this one and OT…and they were all inaccessible

      Then I did a DuckDuckGo search for “wordpress is down”…and got comments from all over the web of people going “WTF?”

      It didn’t last an hour for me, though.
      I was able to come back on here after about 20 minutes.

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      1. Thank you Wheatie!

        Is a WordPress problem less threatening kr problematic than a ban?

        Could it sll be part of the same thing or is it an innocuous coding error?

        Amazing the forlorn response I had to such temporary isolation.

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        1. It being a WP problem means it had nothing to do with a ban…or anything targeting this site.

          It means that WP was down for a bit, maybe a server problem…or a power outage.
          Their server is located in California.

          Could have just been down for site maintenance, I dunno.

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    2. I thought the back up plan was to be, and a treehouse set up by Wolfie within Please correct me if I’m wrong—we were dealing with this about a year ago here at the Q-tree.

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  4. Pelosi’s historic Congress. Palestinian hamas activists, multiple financial violators, nepotism slush funds, immigration fraud, anitifa supporters, liars, foul mouthed antagonists and now this nasty chick and her sex posse

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  5. Regarding USCMCA:

    ristvan says:
    October 21, 2019 at 3:45 pm

    “I just spelled it out again in a long comment on the previous Ross thread. There is already a trade law on the books that PDJT can use to create a USMCA minus Canada only stuff for Mexico, and a USMCA minus Mexico only stuff for Canada, both in force for up to ten years—if Pelosi TDS blocks trilateral USCMCA vote.

    It is 19USC§2902. The law says that if another country requests one, PDJT can sign a trade bilateral good for up to ten years. All PDJT has to do is sign them for long enough to get to the next congress in 2021 after the upcoming election. Then the new Congress puts the permanent already negotiated USMCA into force. All Pelosi has on USMCA is appearances. She has no effective substance.”

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      1. Great news from Ristivan above. Had not read that before. Nor anyone on President Trump’s team.

        Good by me. Nervous Nan can ignore USMCA to my delight.

        Let’s have two bilats (US Mexico and US Canada)…announce after House fails to act on USMCA.

        MOAR egg on D-Rats.

        MOAR winning;-).

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  6. ristvan says:
    October 21, 2019 at 3:03 pm

    “I listened carefully, and am cautiously optimistic on both China and USMCA, plus Brexit followed by a quick UK trade bilat.

    On China, there is a simple two part outcome and either is good for PDJT. Either the agreed part one deal gets papered and then preferably signed mid November in Chile, or not. If not, the postponed tariffs hit in December.

    On USMCA, there is no need to push Pelosi seriously until Canada ratifies after the election, at which point PDJT triggers NAFTA§22.5 giving Pelosi 6 months. Ross comments today are just political,positioning. Then Pelosi has a stark choice. Get it approved, which her Dem unions want, or not because of TDS. My guess is it will get done. If not, PDJT strips Canada only stuff out of USMCA for aMexico bilat, Mexico only stuff out for a Canada bilat, and the day after Nafta expires uses 19USC§2902 to put both in place, while Pelosi has no say.which why she will grudgingly get it done.

    We are down to the last ten days on Brexit. BoJo did a smart thing when Parliament forced him to ask for another delay on Saturday. The forced request was unsigned, accompanied by a signed letter saying don’t grant the delay—echoing Macron. That forces Parliament to vote the BoJo deal, or Brexit with no deal by Oct 31. My guess is they will approve the deal, Then as Ross points out, PDJT can put in place a quick UK bilat, again using 19USC§2902. And that provides additional leverage when PDJT turns to EU trade next year.”

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    1. Ya know DP, these people have been hoisted on their own petard so much under Trump they have become even LESS self aware than before. Their “bubble” has shrunken, and instead of noticing it and making adjustments, the just keep gathering tighter and tighter. Eventually they WILL reach critical mass and become a singularity of pure stupidity, hubris, and evil.

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    1. Yes, I’d have to say 18 years, over 2,300 U.S. soldier deaths, $3 trillion and no accomplishment is more than enough. Bring them home!

      I’d like to see all our troops brought home from South Korea and Germany, too.

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    1. I happened to see an interview on FOX of Harry and Meghan in Africa…sound was off and I only stayed in the room a few minutes. But, apparently they are taking time off from “Royal appearances” because it’s been such a struggle for her. As I said, no audio but I watched her (IMO) “act”…eyes down, sad expression …reminded me greatly of Christine Blassy Ford’s little girl victim act. Of course, Princess Diana played that role, as well, when things were going south in her marriage.
      Meghan is in mid-30’s, has been married twice and has been in the entertainment world for several years, and now a mother, so the Innocent little me victim card doesn’t really play well…..(And, she hired her own PR person, who just happened to previously work for the Obamas….wonder why.)
      Evidently she feels she is just existing, not living …pretty nice existence,I would say.

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  7. PDJT made a brilliant comment this afternoon in the cabinet meeting.
    He was asked about pot (marijuana) and if his admin was going to pursue prosecutions.
    He replied he thought it was better left up to the states.
    Now, before you get your panties in wad about pot……
    …….. think
    ——– what other big issue item should be left up to the states..

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    1. “what other big issue item should be left up to the states..


      I’m not sure WHY ‘abortion’ is a ‘states issue’ instead of an issue foundational to our Republic, both according to the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.

      The right to LIFE is primary, because no other right matters if you don’t have life.

      We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” — Declaration of Independence, 1776


      And murder is murder in all 50 states.

      The taking of LIFE without due process (for the CHILD, not the mother!) is a violation of the Constitution for the United States of America.

      The Due Process Clause is included in both the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution. The clause prohibits the government from depriving a person of their right to liberty or property without due process. This clause has helped the federal and state governments adopt fairness standards to ensure people’s rights are not violated. When the justice system fails to treat a person accused of a crime in a fair manner, this treatment violates the person’s rights to Due Process. To explore this concept, consider the following Due Process Clause definition.
      Definition of Due Process Clause


      Clause included in the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution ensuring that no person is deprived of his life, liberty, or property without due process of law.

      Origin: Proposed in 1788, Fourteenth Amendment ratified to include Due Process in 1868.


      And to top it all off, even Lawrence Tribe, the Leftist (not)Supreme Court ‘expert’ (and other Leftists), admits that Roe v. Wade was ‘bad law’.

      “Just look at what pro-choice legal scholars say. Ruth Bader Ginsburg called the ruling “heavy-handed judicial activism.”

      Laurence Tribe wrote “behind its own verbal smokescreen, the substantive judgment on which it rests is nowhere to be found.”

      Former Harry Blackmun clerk Edward Lazarus wrote “[A]s a matter of constitutional interpretation, even most liberal jurisprudes — if you administer truth serum — will tell you it is basically indefensible.”

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      1. I fully agree with the South!!! I was shocked when I reread it that it was a Man!! Like really? This people are crazy. But then I see they want ‘Tampons in Men’s Bathrooms’ or even’Biological Male Trans Cyclist Keeps Smashing Women’s Records’…. lots of crazies!!!

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    1. I don’t know about that. From what I’ve seen and heard on the news, the fire crews are doing the best they can. Those strong winds combined with super dry overgrown brush and rough, steep terrain must be difficult to work against. As it is, the fire crews are putting their lives on the line to preserve property and other lives.

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      1. Yes, the fire crews are great, but TPTB can allocate resources such that some places burn while others are saved.

        And TPTB have a long history of utterly ignoring what is best for the People and doing what is in their own best interest or the interests of their ideology or globalist objectives, take your pick.

        And Kalifournya has had a LOT of funny business related to ‘wild’ (or not so wild) fires in recent years.

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      2. It may be difficult – need the brush in winter rains to contain mudslides. Drought in summer, Santa Ana winds created brush fires.

        I am talking about paved fire breaks, watering brush (use sea water if necessary).

        TRUMP could solve the problem, for sure.

        Wonder if he has a property in the area and if so, how he protects it?

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    2. It’s fire season for all of the Western states.

      Following the links from the KTLA feed the news seems to be pretty good. The Palisades fire threatened a neighborhood of million dollar homes. I’m sure they worked hard to contain it quickly.

      Saddle Ridge fire was larger and took longer to contain.

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    1. Pierre should write a book on how to destroy a reputation. It would be right up there with Alinsky’s “Rules for
      Radicals.” I predict it would be a best seller in China. Not quite to the level of Mao’s “Little Red Book” but a noble effort nonetheless.

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    2. “What kind of pathetic weasel creates a shadow Twitter account not, as he claims, to observe the political landscape but rather to PRAISE HIMSELF?”


      A weasel whose nom de chicken is Pierre Delecto 😁

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  8. They want to stop the Wall.

    List of traitors.

    The 15 senators that sponsored the ARTICLE ONE Act include:

    Mike Lee
    Ron Johnson (R-WI)
    Gary Peters (D-MI)
    Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ)
    Roy Blunt (R-MO)
    Maggie Hassan (D-NH)
    Roger Wicker (R-MS)
    Tom Udall (D-NM)
    Rob Portman (R-OH)
    Brian Schatz (D-HI)
    Chuck Grassley (R-IA)
    Mitt Romney (R-UT)
    Ben Sasse (R-NE)
    Johnny Isakson (R-GA)
    Tom Carper (D-DE)

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    1. WOLFIE!!!!!! ❤️🐺 ❤️
      WELCOME HOME!!!!!!


      I love God!!! 💕 I said a prayer for your safe return this afternoon and look how quickly
      He answered!! 😍😍😍

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    1. I have never known what to think about Assange’s predicament. That tweet makes it sound as though Assange will talk with AG Barr, whom we know to be fair and humane. It’s reasonable to think Assange would go before the top law enforcement officer in the country. That would be the best-case scenario because there are people who want to fry him for his work that’s not even related to Hillary. And the Deep State actors no doubt want his scalp. Pres. Trump has spoken against him, but “disinformation is necessary.” It’s not clear to me what Q thinks about Assange. But I hope Assange will be safe in the U.S. and that this plays out like so many have been predicting.

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      1. I hate to have to say this, but after Assange disappeared for months into the British intelligence system – a system that not only KNOWS but USES every mind control trick that Tavistock owns – I simply would not trust a single word out of Assange’s mouth.

        Whatever really happened, we may never know. Assange may never know. It’s sad, but THEY got to him first, and they’ve had plenty of time to cover their tracks.

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        1. I think Canada is ready for change

          But the elites need to feel a LOT MORE PAIN where it really HURT$$$$$

          I know a man who can dish out $OME PAIN…

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    1. No one sleeps tonight . . . I will win!!!

      No one sleeps!
      No one sleeps!
      Even you, oh princess,
      in your cold room,
      look at the stars
      that tremble with love
      and hope!

      But my mystery; it is locked in me.
      And my name,no one will know!
      No, no!
      On your mouth
      I will say it,
      when the light
      will shine!

      And my kiss will break the silence,
      that makes you mine!

      His name no one will know…
      And we shall have, alas, to die, to die…!

      Disperse, o night!
      Vanish, oh stars!
      Vanish, oh stars!

      At daybreak, I will win!
      I will win!
      I will win!

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  9. I’ve posted Nancy Pelosi’s case for impeachment, according to Lawfare in a separate thread which will be out at 12:10AM eastern time.
    It’s a 4 page document.
    Light reading, heavy on innuendo and graphics.

    It will make headlines tomorrow.

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    1. I’m sure you meant to write “Lawfare’s case for impeachment, according to Nancy Pelosi”

      And repeating “Orange man bad.” over and over again for 4 pages isn’t a case, it’s adolescence.

      But then, what else CAN they do. PDJT is on pace for a landslide re-election, and Barr/Huber is on pace for serious criminal indictments.

      Desperate times call for desperate measures.

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    1. I have a different suspicion.

      As we know, Horowitz cannot (could not) interview a lot of the folks who had left gov’t jobs. On the other hand, Huber/Durham can, has, and will.

      I suspect that Horowitz is being given information that is dramatically altering some (much?) of the conclusions of his report.

      That said, I could be wrong, but I’m an incurable optimist when it comes to anything having to do with PDJT.

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  10. Boom.

    ‘It’s too much’: Democrats Shudder at Trump’s Money Machine


    “Donald Trump and the Republican National Committee have raised more than $300 million this year for his reelection — more than any other sitting president in history at this point in the campaign.

    Trump has nearly twice as much cash on hand — $158 million, between his campaign account and the RNC — as Barack Obama and the Democratic National Committee had at this time in his successful re-election run.

    Democrats are growing increasingly alarmed by the spending chasm between the two sides — and its implications for the general election.

    “The resources he has will be put to work anywhere and everywhere that he feels like he can scare up electoral votes, and Democrats will never catch up. It’s just too much money,” said Chris Lippincott, a Texas-based Democratic strategist who ran a super PAC opposing Sen. Ted Cruz last year. “That’s real trouble … I’m not here to curse the dark, but it’s dark.”

    And the situation stands to get worse.

    Some Democratic campaign veterans fear the party is underestimating both the level of Trump’s preparations for 2020 and what it will take to unseat a sitting president. The level of preparation by Trump’s staff echoes Obama’s 2012 campaign, said Rufus Gifford, former finance director for Obama’s 2012 re-election.

    “We were sophisticated, we were organized, and we were well-funded. This is everything the Trump operation is…..he has an extremely professional operation,” said Gifford.

    the DNC had only $8.2 million on hand at the end of August, a fraction of the RNC’s nearly $54 million

    The daunting sums raised by both the RNC and Trump in the third quarter is nothing compared to what Democrats are expecting Republicans will churn out by year’s end 😮

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  11. UPDATE! I SAID 13 but it’s now 15

    President Trump’s campaign received $15 million in small donations, including 50,000 from new donors


    NANCY PELOSI & the Dems thought we would stop supporting Trump

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