This past week, Twitter really exploded with a whole set of hashtags gaining momentum.
Holy cats! Trump’s supporters are on fire, tweeting like nobody’s business. This prompted Senator Dianne Feinstein and Representative Adam Schiff (both D-California) to write to Twitter and Facebook asking Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg to check accounts posting for a public release of the four-page Devin Nunes House Intelligence Committee memo about FISA abuse. Feinstein and Schiff wrote that these were likely to be bot accounts. But, no, they were told the accounts are from genuine Americans, with messages sent from within the United States. This prompted angry tweeters to post photos of themselves on #NotABot with a message including #ReleaseTheMemo and the words: ‘I am not a bot’. Gateway Pundit has more, including tweets.
Some people went further, inundating Feinstein’s and Schiff’s offices with phone calls and the same ‘I am not a bot’ message. By Wednesday, January 24, Schiff’s answerphone message said his office was no longer taking calls or voicemails.
Trump supporters have been bringing a lot of news to the fore to the attention of the American public. They are now in a verbal war with the media.
On January 24, Q posted a message, excerpted below:
Change of narrative will be required …
Public to awaken [mass-start]
Sleeping pill reject.
OP Mockingbird FAILURE …
More Americans are awakening to what most reading here knew or suspected years ago about the Left. Twitter makes it easy to communicate, especially with the ability to insert a photo, graphic or document image. Twitter loathes Trump supporters — and they have been suspending, shadowbanning or outright banning accounts — but it’s unlikely they can keep up with the number of users angry about what has been going on in the US government.
On my site, I’ve been alerting my readers to topics and people likely to be in the news in 2018. Thus far, I have written four parts, with a few more to come within the next several days.
Part 1 was about the hate in Washington DC that fuelled the shutdown on President Donald Trump’s first presidential anniversary. PJ Media’s Roger Simon wrote ‘Washington: City of Hate’, saying he has never seen such off-the-wall hostility on both sides of the political aisle. Contributing factors include Robert Mueller’s investigation, the Nunes memo and pro-Democrat corruption in the FBI surrounding Hillary’s emails.
By now, at least 200 US Representatives have seen the Nunes memo. A vocal number of them have gone on television and radio to say the memo and supporting documentation must go public. Many who have seen the memo are visibly shocked by the information therein.
The aforementioned Adam Schiff does not want the memo released to the public. He says they won’t be able to understand it. He has not looked at the memo. As a congressman, he could. However, he is a Democrat.
No Democrat congressmen have asked to see the memo.
This is why Trump supporters are riled up.
Then we have Robert Mueller’s investigation. Trump might agree to an interview with him. This is what he told a correspondent for CNN or the New York Times (CNN says the latter) before leaving for Davos. IJR has the transcript, excerpted below:
CNN host Wolf Blitzer said their reporter, Pamela Brown, had an exchange with Trump over whether he would testify under oath about Russian collusion and obstruction of justice:
Brown: Would you do it under oath, Mr. President?
Trump: You mean like Hillary did it under — who said that?
Brown: I have no idea [unintelligible].
Trump: Wait, wait, wait. Do you not have an idea? You really not have an idea? I’ll give you an idea. She didn’t do it under oath.
Trump: And you know she didn’t do it under oath, right? If you didn’t know about Hillary …
At that point CNN left the Trump-Brown exchange to return to Blitzer. How convenient.
CNN contacted IJR to say that it was a New York Times reporter, not one of their own. I purposely mentioned that twice so it is clearly acknowledged here.
Part 2 in my series discusses a widely-circulated meme (not mine), The 16 Year Plan to Destroy America. Hillary Clinton really was supposed to win the 2016 election so that her eight years could complete Obama’s eight-year work. Obama weakened the US internationally. Hillary’s job was to weaken the US domestically. The post also talks about the Deep State’s use of information against legislators and judges to intimidate the good guys. The previous government might well have used lethal gangs, such as MS-13 to do some of their dirty work, e.g. the murder of DNC worker Seth Rich. Also recall that Obama called ISIS ‘our JV team’, JV meaning ‘junior varsity’.
It is likely that the circulation of this meme on Twitter either gave rise to or contributed to #ObamaGate. I am surprised that Americans latched onto #ObamaGate so quickly. I had expected the main focus to be on Hillary for some time to come.
Part 3 concerns the missing FBI texts between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page (see January 2, January 11). The prevailing media narrative was that these are lost forever. Most people know that is a load of rubbish. What is that data centre out West for if not to retrieve ‘lost’ information? However, Inspector General Michael Horowitz answered Senators Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) and Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) to say that his office has recovered the missing texts and is working to recover any additional texts.
Why did the texts go ‘missing’? Speculation surrounds the nature of the content. Some say there were merely personal exchanges between Strzok and Page. Others, however, suggest that they might have discussed nefarious plans concerning President Trump. Q posted a message on Monday, January 22, excerpted below:
What would happen if texts originating from an FBI agent to several [internals] discussed the assassination (possibly) of the POTUS or member of his family?
What if the texts suggest foreign allies were involved? …
Could messages such as those be publicly disclosed?
What happens to the FBI?
What happens to the DOJ?
What happens to special counsel?
What happens in general?
Please click on the link above to read the message in full. It’s chilling.
Dr Jerome Corsi, formerly with WND and for the past several months with Infowars, has been analysing Q’s messages, sometimes putting his interpretation in a scribd. This is his analysis of the message. As it is lengthy, here is one brief excerpt:
evidence of a conspiracy would be considered an act of war, if a foreign state participated as a co-conspirator in the coup d’état to remove Trump from the presidency by assassinating him.
Corsi also thinks that Q will get less vague in his ‘breadcrumbs’ to further awaken the American people.
I’m of two minds about the Harvard-educated Corsi, who is a brilliant man with a lot of experience as a political commentator and as an author. However, in 2008, he was sure a tape was going to be released about Obama. One of his elder female relatives from Kenya was going to talk about him. The tape never materialised. I was reading ex-Dem sites daily at the time, and we all waited for Corsi’s next WND column to be published for a status update. We got plenty of updates, then nothing.
This year, with his Q analyses, Corsi posited that Assange was in Switzerland and would be meeting with Trump secretly before or after Davos. Last anyone knew, Assange was — and still is — in London.
Therefore, with Corsi, accept but verify.
Part 4 in my series is equally chilling. Apparently, soon after the election, a group of seasoned Deep State people met at a Ritz-Carlton outside of Washington DC in a move to fully exonerate Hillary Clinton and to undermine President Trump with the ultimate goal of removing him from office.
Paul Joseph Watson wrote that Representative John Ratcliffe (R-Texas) revealed congressional investigators found out about this ‘secret society’ from the Strzok-Page text exchanges. Ratcliffe allegedly said:
They communicate with meetings over cocktails, at homes, via encrypted chat rooms, texting on drug-cartel-inspired burner phones, and even via an email list, according to sources. Others have secured phones in the names of relatives to try to stay under the radar.
Watson’s information was gleaned from True Pundit, headed by Thomas Paine. Watson wrote:
The source of these claims, a Twitter account under the name of Thomas Paine who also runs the intelligence website True Pundit, could be easily dismissed as a crank – if were not for the fact that he exposed the secret society within the FBI a month before it was in the news.
On December 19, 2017 – over a month before it was made public, the Thomas Paine account tweeted, “What is this I hear about a private meeting away from FBI HQ by high-ranking FBI agents trying to get their stories and alibis straight?”
By the way, I’m not sure about Paine or Pundit. Again, accept but verify.
Who is said to have met at the Ritz-Carlton? According to the source of Ross Daniels, allegedly the attendees included (emphasis mine):
Robert Mueller, James Comey, Peter Strzok, Andrew McCabe, John Brennan, James Clapper, Leon Panetta, Phil Mudd, David Petraeus, Michael Hayden & former Attorney General Eric Holder.
Mueller took Strzok and Page off his team last summer but did not say anything until before Christmas.
Are these meetings still going on? Some say no. Others say they are. Former US Attorney Joe diGenova believes a ‘secret society’ could well be real and, if so, thinks the group still meets. He is none too happy with the current FBI director, Wray, either, for not cleaning house (short interview here).
If Jeff Sessions hadn’t recused this would have been less of an issue.
As it stands, I saw an anecdotal tweet last week, which I did not bookmark and now wish I had. It said that, essentially, Mueller is the de facto head of the DOJ. Not much on the political corruption side of things can get done, because the answer is usually ‘Not while Mueller’s here’ or ‘You’d have to ask Mueller about that’.
The wheels of justice turn slowly. Some trust Sessions, but they also believe that Mueller has flipped to Trump’s side. The naivete! The rest of us want rid of not only Mueller but also Sleepy. But, then, you already knew that.
On the plus side of the Trump equation was his highly successful two-day appearance at Davos. I will have more on that on mine tonight, January 28.
More Trump news to come soon.