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Anonymous ID: e14203 Sept. 22, 2022, 1:35 a.m. No.17560162   🗄️.is 🔗kun


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>>17559443 POTUS Donald J. Trump truth video - 17 sec vid, 55 min of the hour.

>>17559489, >>17559704 President Trump Discusses the Mar-a-Lago Raid with Sean Hannity

>>17559495 Donald Trump reacts to New York attorney general's civil lawsuit

>>17559585 The Gov of MT is still wearing a mask

>>17559611, >>17559613 Huma Abedin allegedly seen at Sona restaurant in Gramercy on September 21, 2022 in New York City.

>>17559622 Report: Former Los Alamos scientists later helped Chinese military - kob news

>>17559815 Moscow Protest Against Putin, Staged?

>>17559853 @nypost Armie Hammer's wife breaks silence after abuse, 'cannibal' claims: 'It's been hell'

>>17559857 EQ 6.8 - Michoacan, Mexico Not far from the 7+ on the 19th

>>17559948 From Matt Walsh: "Vanderbilt drugs, chemically c**trates, and performs double mastectomies on minors. But it gets worse.

>>17560007 Vanderbilt BUN Pediatric Transgender Clinic

>>17559949 "For the 6th consecutive night since Iran’s "morality police murdered 22 year-old Mahsa Amini for "not following hijab rules" the people [have revolted]."

>>17559956 "Iran's president is calling for @realDonaldTrump to "face justice" for ordering the assassinating of the terrorist, Soleminani.

>>17560017, >>17560098 President Trump talks to Sean Hannity about the raid after he finally saw Mar-a-Lago. (19:33)

>>17559998 A new law goes into effect this week that bans books with sexually explicit material from schools (video)

>>17560012 Planefag: We got a 7700 Military Becch King Air callsign RAIL26 South of Seoul, SK

>>17560014 Protests and arrests in India (video)

>>17560040 House Judiciary Committee Democrats voted to support NON-CITIZENS voting in our elections

>>17560043 MTG: 21 Republican Senators just voted with the woke climate agenda to give power to the UN over Freon and force Americans to pay more money to companies to replace your Freon with a coolant that will NOT cool as well

>>17560071 Former U.S. Sec. of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson on border numbers (mp4)

>>17559525 Sarbane Oxley was a mechanism to transfer blame to a new agency they need to blame

>>17560128 Robert Telles arrested for the murder of Jeff German. Press conference with more details

>>17560138 Current lead WH Lawyer, who green lit the Mar-a-lago raid (Jonathan Su) sending a note to Rod Rosenstein during the Russia investigation?

>>17560154 #21528

Anonymous ID: e14203 Sept. 22, 2022, 1:35 a.m. No.17560163   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>>17558672, >>17558675, >>17558680, >>17558688, >>17558691 Federal Court Deals Major Blow To Big Tech And Sets Up SCOTUS To Restore Free Speech

>>17558679 Jailed NXIVM sex cult leader Keith Raniere is left unconscious after being punched in the head by inmate

>>17558695 Democrats Vote Against Hiring More Border Agents

>>17558727 Ex-Mayor Susan Menard remembered as 'strong leader' after her remains identified

>>17558741, >>17558746, >>17558772 Anderson Cooper Goes all "QANON" and Lizard People

>>17558743 Ted Cruz Caves to Democrat Amy Klobuchar on Media Cartel Bill

>>17558745 Satanists calendar, fall equinox today

>>17558755 Calif. Gov. Newsom Renews $300M Deal With Chinese Company Known For Making Defective Masks

>>17558763 NATO deploys reserves amid Balkan tension

>>17558771 QEII - strings cut [++]

>>17558775 Pentagon opens sweeping review of clandestine psychological operations

>>17558781 Federal Judge Eliminates Federal School Mask, Vaccine Mandates

>>17558795 FBI Suspends Whistleblower Who Claimed Bureau Is Mishandling Jan. 6 Investigations: GOP

>>17558861, >>17558917, >>17558930, >>17558940, >>17559083, >>17559103 @billgates has the juice. #corn #Goalkeepers2030

>>17558865 John Kerry said Tuesday that he wants to restart climate talks with China

>>17558911, >>17559058 President Trump said the FBI took his Last Will and Testament during its August raid of Mar-a-Lago

>>17558922, >>17559286 Jennifer Norris “No longer employed with Trinity School” Following Project Veritas Undercover Vid

>>17558924 SO MANY CONNECTIONS. Just from today. - Trump and Hannity DELTAS

>>17558948, >>17558962 Denmark's Queen Margrethe II tests positive to COVID-19

>>17558950 BP Refinery In Ohio That Provides Gasoline For Midwest "Shut Down" After Fire

>>17558965 House Judiciary Votes for Allowing NON-CITIZENS to Vote in Federal Elections

>>17558967, >>17559002 Latitia James lawsuit against Donald Trump and family

>>17559004 Whistleblower Identified: FBI Special Agent Steve Friend Goes Public – Exposed Disgusting FBI Lies and Unprecedented Attacks on Conservative Americans

>>17559019 At Least 7 Dead In Iran As Anti-Hijab Protests Grow

>>17559025 Hacking group focused on Central America dumps 10 terabytes of military emails, files

>>17559107 Side by Side - Little Mermaid in China v. West

>>17559113 blind item - the document, 600 year old, church hides real heir to throne

>>17559119 Arizona State Senator Accuses Dept. of Child Safety Is Facilitating Global Sex Trafficking Ring After 550 Children Go Missing

>>17559132 CNN - "This is where meme wars are most potent"

>>17559199 Key Putin ally and leader of banned pro-Russian party Viktor Medvedchuk is FREED as part of prisoner swap deal

>>17559237 'The Five': Biden White House 'irritated' by Fox exposing border crisis

>>17559389 #21527

Anonymous ID: e14203 Sept. 22, 2022, 1:35 a.m. No.17560164   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>>17557963, >>17558086, >>17558140, >>17557973, >>17557988 Was Letitia James involved with Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (also known as PCAOB, or not so affectionately as Peekaboo)

>>17558047 Continuing Peekaboo dig

>>17558149 A Huawei Recovery Plan, Step 1: Playing “Peekaboo” (PCAOB Compliance), New York Stock Exchange or NASDAQ is subject to PCAOB oversight of its audits

>>17558383 Sabanes-Oxley is quite the read even on wickedpedia, Peekaboo

>>17558538 Erica Y. Williams: Chair of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board by the Securities and Exchange Commission sworn in on January 10, 2022 Peekaboo

>>17557950, >>17558338, >>17558442 Bill Barr: NY State AG Trump Lawsuit ‘Political Hit Job’ — Dragging Children in ‘Gross Overreach’ (Cap 0:51)

>>17557915 QAnon videos are getting millions of views

>>17557987 Radical Anti-American Groups that Sued Ron DeSantis Received $1.4 Million from Soros’ Open Society Network

>>17557989 Judiciary Democrats just voted to support NON-CITIZENS voting in our elections.

>>17558012, >>17558131 #OTD in 1997, a computer glitch caused USS Yorktown (CG-48) to be dead in the water for almost three hours

>>17558050 Gen Flynn: Google Rigged The 2020 Election

>>17558077 Volodymyr Zelenskyy Spreads moar Lies United Nations General Debate, 77th Session (English)

>>17558109 Severely Decomposing Body Found in Rhode Island Home Identified as Former Woonsocket Mayor Susan Menard

>>17558143 Kamala Harris: Black women don't work, even while at work

>>17558178 "Just like how we found $17 trillion for COVID, the money must be there somewhere…"

>>17558202, >>17558261 OH SHIT OH SHIT OH SHIT

>>17558242 House Passes Legislation Changing Electoral Vote Counting Process For Presidential Elections – Here Are the 9 Republicans Who Voted with Democrats

>>17558264 Schumer states he wants to federalize the elections, taking away the rights of individual states to give the results of their own elections

>>17558245 Cell phone and telephone outage reported in McKinley County

>>17558266, >>17558288 Appeals court lifts hold barring Justice Dept. from using classified records taken from Trump home in its criminal probe - AP

>>17558308, >>17558312 House Passes Legislation Changing Electoral Vote Counting Process For Presidential Elections – 9 Republicans Who Voted with Democrats

>>17558328 Fulton County, Pennsylvania Attorneys Sue Dominion Voting

>>17558330 McCarthy accidentally posts, then quickly unpublishes GOP electoral agenda

>>17558260 Patriots respond to Apple Music banning "Bitler" by going #1 on Amazon Music

>>17558336 House Passes Election Bill That Makes It Harder to Decertify Presidential Results

>>17558340 11 States Back Trump in Battle With Biden Administration Over Mar-a-Lago Raid

>>17558356, >>17558380 HIT PIECE: The Gambino 'ghost': FBI files reveal how Mafia capo Frank Cali dodged arrest before being shot dead by a Qanon madman

>>17558378 Precipice Day so far

>>17558355, >>17558185 NY new slave Quaters

>>17558416 That Instagram selfie you posted is an open invitation to surveillance

>>17558422 Flynn: Uh…can u say, Losers?

>>17558430, >>17558474 DOJ can continue criminal investigation using classified Mar-a-Lago docs, appeals court rules

>>17558387, >>17558432 Biden's archivist nominee Colleen Shogan PH.D exposes her fascist mindset and hate for all Americans, Sen Hawley calls her out (Cap 5:44)

>>17558487, >>17558495, >>17558517 THE DONALD hannity @ 9:00 pm

>>17558503 Racist Dude talking about killing Joe , Ron Desantis (Cap 0:59)

>>17558505 NewsGuard Adviser Michael Hayden Is "Perfectly Fine" With Sharing Disinformation To Protect Biden

>>17558526 The Cancellation of Dilbert: The corpocracy has finally turned against its longtime jester

>>17558562, >>17558566 Google Rigged The 2020 Election

>>17558593 #21526


Previously Collected

>>17556609 #21523, >>17557020 #21524, >>17557832 #21525

>>17553954 #21520, >>17554759 #21521, >>17555548 #21522

>>17551668 #21517, >>17552411 #21518, >>17553203 #21519

>>17549651 #21514, >>17550121 #21515, >>17550839 #21516


>>17474548 Q Research Notables #15: High Five


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Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 1:53 a.m. No.17560213   🗄️.is 🔗kun



Anonymous ID: 4aa678 Sept. 22, 2022, 1:55 a.m. No.17560219   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0224 >>0431 >>0543 >>0857 >>0872 >>0921 >>0954

One Man Wielded the Most Powerful Weapon Against the World


…This, in a nutshell, explains Fauci’s power. As the head of the biodefense infrastructure, Fauci has, for decades, had an open channel straight into the top office of the White House.

He’s also exempt from oversight. For all these years, he’s had carte blanche to approve and run whatever biodefense research he wanted, without anyone telling him otherwise.


It also explains why he’s the highest paid employee in the federal government, making more than the president himself. A significant portion of Fauci’s $417,600 annual salary is compensation for his biodefense research leadership.


COVID-19 Is Fauci’s Grandest Failure


As top dog of biodefense research, it was Fauci’s job to prevent COVID-19 from devastating the U.S. Instead, in 2017, he confidently announced that then-president Trump would “no doubt” have to face a “surprise infectious disease outbreak,” and then went on to issue a never-ending series of conflicting recommendations as head of the White House Coronavirus Response team.


Fauci also led efforts to suppress discussion about the origin of COVID-19, as detailed in “Liars, Propagandists and The Great Reset.”

Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 1:59 a.m. No.17560223   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0230 >>0431 >>0543 >>0592 >>0597 >>0857 >>0921 >>0954

There has also been significant chatter about September 24 on Truth Social, Trump's social media platform, and YouTube videos speculating that a "massive event" will soon happen worldwide.

Both far-right conspiracy forums and mainstream platforms such as TikTok have spread wild claims in the past week that all surround the date of September 24.

Although there's no proof whatsoever that anything catastrophic or world changing will happen on that date, the otherwise unremarkable day has become the source of rampant online speculation.



Only ONE post

with the search 09/24

is about the internet

and Obama



if nothing else



Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: c7feeb No.5339881 📁

Feb 22 2019 23:38:07 (EST)

(1) Info📁

(2) Remove Control from Gov't and provide to CA (who controls CA?)📁

(3) Significant Risk? Cover? Control?📁

Why would [HUSSEIN] transfer US Gov't control of the internet to a non-profit CA co?

You are the news now.


Anonymous ID: 7287f1 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:02 a.m. No.17560229   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0233

>>17560040 (PB)

>House Judiciary Committee Democrats voted to support NON-CITIZENS voting in our elections


Well this is good news then. Anons across the world can now vote in American elections… I can't wait to register to vote in your elections. Red wave KEK

Anonymous ID: f5cd50 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:09 a.m. No.17560236   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Jullie hebben mij alle levensvreugde inmiddels wel ontnomen, en alles om naar uit te kijken blijkt niet tastbaar in deze duisternis dus vertel mij maar wat in hemelsnaam de bedoeling is hiervan want ik ben wel klaar met raden en kan geen rebus meer zien.

Anonymous ID: 2cdc10 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:10 a.m. No.17560237   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0250 >>0259 >>0262 >>0267 >>0631

If I vote in the Midterms, how do I know that the Machine isn't going to flip my vote to the other guy?

I don't want to vote and have my vote given to the other guy.

But not voting doesn't seem like a good option either.

I'm conflicted.

Anonymous ID: f9e37a Sept. 22, 2022, 2:13 a.m. No.17560240   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Chuck was already King of Canada and Turdo was his queen. So goes The Realm. Who does the Bidan administration work for, really? Cui bono? 60B laundered through Ukraine in plain sight, a down payment for the #steal. Blackmailers are never satisfied.

Anonymous ID: 20c59a Sept. 22, 2022, 2:14 a.m. No.17560244   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0282 >>0431 >>0543 >>0664 >>0857 >>0921 >>0954

The US Has A Jails Suicide Crisis On Its Hands


Suicide is one of the leading causes of death in jails in the United States, with a rate more than three times higher to that of the general public, according to the latest available data from the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS).


As Statista's Anna Fleck shows in the chart below, there is also a disparity between jails and federal or state prisons.


In the U.S, a jail is where people are held before they are sentenced in court. It is also a place where people are sent after receiving a sentence, usually for lighter crimes. A prison is where people go to carry out longer sentences.

Anonymous ID: 20c59a Sept. 22, 2022, 2:15 a.m. No.17560245   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Moldova Launches Firewood Distribution Website Amid Historic Energy Crisis

Anonymous ID: 20c59a Sept. 22, 2022, 2:16 a.m. No.17560248   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0280 >>0293 >>0431 >>0543 >>0857 >>0921 >>0954

The CDC put out a PSA today saying “the estimated number of patients needing anticoagulants [blood thinners] is expected to double by 2050”


The comments are 🎯



Anonymous ID: 20c59a Sept. 22, 2022, 2:17 a.m. No.17560255   🗄️.is 🔗kun

find a good dentist to get all ((('dental plastic'))) removed from your teeth!


affixing foreign object to humans is one of the worst crimes against humanity and it can only continuously cause you harm because all foreign object are also subject to electromagnetic radiation from telecommunication equipment and will only be a worsening burden impossible and unnecessary to ever 'compensate' for resulting in asymmetric i.e. skewed development of the cranial structure.


I started eating frozen raw beef to adjust my teeth naturally after removing the 'plastic' and I have over 2-3 years regained 100% hearing, no 'tinnitus', no 'double-vision' and cleared breathing and neck issues.


the fact that genital mutilation of infants is ((('sanctioned'))) by the same people promoting the gluing of objects to humans for shekels is explanatory.

Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:18 a.m. No.17560259   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0262 >>0267 >>0339


go see your vote afterwards

at the county recorder office

if it gets flipped

make a huge deal of it


make a video diary of you going to vote

record all you can

not at the actual poll desk

but before and after

note all you observe

then afterwards

go and seee your record

all of your vote activity is recorded about your voting history

you can access it

Anonymous ID: b8a265 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:20 a.m. No.17560264   🗄️.is 🔗kun


10 minutes ago near the capital Wellington, New Zealand

Magnitude 5.8

51km deep

38k+felt reports in 10 mins

Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:21 a.m. No.17560267   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0339




you can do it all online

if you are not sure how

call the county recorser office for you county

ask them how you can do this if yo are far from the office

either way

you can see what was recorder for your vote id/name/address

the record will exist or it wont or it will be wrong


most people never even look after the vote day

to see what got recorded under our names


we all should

Anonymous ID: 0c91d7 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:22 a.m. No.17560268   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0305


🇷🇺🇺🇦 A Russian quadcopter dropped a grenade on a Ukrainian car at the front in the Zaporozhye region.


The grenade ricocheted off the door and hit the inside of the car.

Anonymous ID: a7a21c Sept. 22, 2022, 2:23 a.m. No.17560271   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>Las Vegas approves cannabis lounges to operate within the city


5-1 vote keeps legal Las Vegas pot lounges on track

>257 views | Sep 21, 2022 | 8 News NOW Las Vegas

Anonymous ID: af63cc Sept. 22, 2022, 2:24 a.m. No.17560274   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0276 >>0277 >>0283 >>0289 >>0312 >>0420 >>0431 >>0543 >>0707 >>0857 >>0921 >>0954

Trump and his lawyers just got their asses handed to them by their "special master". Indictments coming. What you Qtards have to say about THAT???


First hearing with 'special master' Judge Dearie turns into special disaster for Trump's legal team


Judge Raymond Dearie conducted his first hearing as “special master” over the documents the FBI removed from Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday, and it was not a good day for Donald Trump’s legal team. Dearie not only insisted that the whole thing should move along quickly, threatening the delay Trump so desperately wants, he instantly blasted apart the idea that Trump’s attorneys could cast doubt on whether or not documents were classified while refusing to provide evidence that they had been declassified.


“You can’t have your cake and eat it too,” said Dearie, using an analogy that we’ve heard somewhere before about this issue.


The bigger point about the classification of documents wasn’t just that Dearie told Trump’s team to take a hike, in no uncertain terms, if they expected unfettered access to top secret documents. It was that Trump’s team admitted—both in the hearing and in a letter that they sent to the special master on Monday—that the whole purpose of refusing to say whether Trump had actually declassified things was because they were trying to preserve a line of defense against future indictment. Dearie made it clear he didn’t care. Trump’s team had to put up or shut up.


They shut up.


As The Washington Post reports, Dearie quickly did away with attempts by Trump’s legal team to draw out the process and use every minute of the unnecessarily long time limit given by Trump-appointed Judge Aileen Cannon. “We are going to proceed with what I call responsible dispatch,” said Dearie. In their earlier response to Dearie, Trump’s team wanted to walk through the process very slowly, not concluding until Cannon’s Nov. 30 deadline. Dearie, who has been special master in other cases, saw no reason that the process should last beyond Oct. 7.


Dearie also made short work of Trump’s claims concerning classification. Before this meeting, Dearie had asked Trump’s attorneys to specify which documents he claimed to have declassified. They refused to do this, saying that Cannon hadn’t asked for it and that by tipping Trump’s hand in the special master process, they would be taking away options for future litigation.


In other words, Trump wanted to preserve the idea that he might have declassified documents, or that he might not have declassified documents, placing all the documents in a kind of Schrödinger's cat position where they had to be treated as if their status was undetermined. They used the threat of possible future prosecution as “proof” that Trump might be endangered by telling the truth.


None of this struck Dearie well. He took less than a minute to dismiss the whole suggestion, telling Trump’s team that the government showed evidence that documents were classified, and if they were not going to present evidence that they were not classified, he was going to treat them as classified. Done and done.


Trump fared no better on other arguments as Dearie moved the 40-minute hearing along, coming down with the government on almost every point. If Trump’s team is going to follow through on veiled threats they would go crying to Cannon, it’s time to go try that now.


Dearie made clear at several points that in seeking a special master, Trump was asking for extraordinary relief. The burden for proving that he deserves that relief is on Trump. Through much of this, Trump’s legal team was silent.


About the closest thing to a win that Trump’s team achieved was when one of his attorneys asked Dearie not to consult the National Archives about which documents fell within the Presidential Records Act. According to Trump’s team, the archives are “highly politicized.” Presumably that means they’re angry because Trump kept them waiting for months and lied at every turn. Dearie replied that he wasn’t planning to talk to the Archives … but “won’t hesitate” if he needed to.


Washington Post conservative columnist Jennifer Rubin called the hearing “worse than a train wreck” for Trump. She also noted that, after weeks in which the nation has been faced with the illogical, law-ignoring, fact-twisting arguments of Cannon, Dearie’s hearing “came as a breath of fresh air—and a reminder that not every judge is an unabashed partisan.”


It was that. Now, here’s hoping that the 11th Circuit overturns everything Cannon did in the first place, so that Dearie, and the Department of Justice, can drop this nonsense. And investigators can get back to polishing up the finer points of that upcoming indictment.

Anonymous ID: 0c91d7 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:25 a.m. No.17560278   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0626

This is how it works. Buy the media, do whatever the hell you want to do.



Anonymous ID: 0c91d7 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:29 a.m. No.17560286   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Hundreds of the radical Nazis and right-wing extremists online are actually German domestic intelligence agents, and many of them may even responsible for “inciting hatred” and even violence. These agents, who once needed to drink and directly socialize with members of the extreme right, are now running right-wing extremist accounts online in Germany.

Anonymous ID: 0c91d7 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:30 a.m. No.17560288   🗄️.is 🔗kun

those that have 'sex as a child' are raped and lose Jesus as their soul to instead become as a dog mentally that doesn't understand to kill itself instead of 'normalizing' child rape.

those that have had 'sex with a child' are child rapists and lose Jesus as their soul to instead become as a dog mentally and have to be killed unless they commit suicide to prevent them from raping more children as all child rapists are always as evil as possible.

those that are (((inbred))) never had Jesus as their soul because (((inbreds))) are a product of child rape and can only ever 'know' being a dog mentally and have to be killed unless they commit suicide to prevent further (((epsteins and maxwells))) eating and raping children as all (((inbreds))) are also always as evil as possible.


sex is only for adult man and woman in a marriage to start a family!

protect your children from (((degeneracy))) or your children will eventually kill themselves or get murdered.

kill all dogs as all (((inbreds))) are pedophiles to be drowned.

No children in the city as the city is strictly for adults!

Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:32 a.m. No.17560292   🗄️.is 🔗kun

this is really and underrated meme

the shit


about to hit


the fan


the plan


the Q clever placement


Quite good

whomever did this

Anonymous ID: a4250a Sept. 22, 2022, 2:35 a.m. No.17560297   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Despite its close approach to the Sun, ʻOumuamua showed no signs of having a coma. It has also exhibited non‑gravitational acceleration.

Anonymous ID: 0c91d7 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:35 a.m. No.17560298   🗄️.is 🔗kun


Continuing Ed — with Edward Snowden


America’s Open Wound

The CIA is not your friend

Anonymous ID: 0c91d7 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:36 a.m. No.17560301   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Dr. Andrew Huff received his Ph.D. in Environmental Health specializing in emerging diseases before becoming an Associate Vice President at EcoHealth Alliance, where he developed novel methods of bio-surveillance, data analytics, and visualization for disease detection.


On January 12, 2022, Dr. Andrew Huff issued a public statement (on Twitter) in which he claimed Peter Daszak, the President of EcoHealth Alliance, told him that he was working for the CIA.



Anonymous ID: a7a21c Sept. 22, 2022, 2:39 a.m. No.17560309   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0431 >>0543 >>0857 >>0921 >>0954


"The American Dream & Other Fairy Tales"

Disney Heiress Tackles Inequality and Family Legacy

>37,140 views Sep 21, 2022 | Democracy Now!

Half of full-time workers in the United States cannot make ends meet. Thousands of them work for the Walt Disney Company. One of them reached out to the dissident heiress Abigail Disney, whose grandfather Roy Disney built what is often called the "happiest place on Earth." Now she's made a documentary about how the family business exploits its workers: "The American Dream and Other Fairy Tales." The film follows workers who have difficulty making ends meet despite the lofty claims of the Disney conglomerate. "This is a phenomenon that's happening across this country in corporations and even around the world," says Disney, who co-directed the film with Kathleen Hughes. Employees who agreed to be filmed "had a hope that if they could change Disney from within, Disney could lead the way for other corporations," notes Hughes.

Anonymous ID: 0c91d7 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:40 a.m. No.17560311   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0315 >>0324 >>0331 >>0431 >>0543 >>0857 >>0921 >>0954

🇷🇺❌🌐📃 — 🇷🇺 RT in Russian on Telegram:

"They are trying to hide the number of Western weapons supplied to Ukraine, Shoigu said:


— “For a wide circle, this may be a secret, but for us it is not. We understand why these things are hidden from the general public.


More and more often, or to be more precise, almost every day, we are witnessing the attacks of these weapons on the civilian population. They hit hospitals, crowded places.


We thought that it was such a lack of control, in fact, it is, on the contrary, complete, absolute controllability."

Anonymous ID: 67621d Sept. 22, 2022, 2:41 a.m. No.17560315   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>we are witnessing the attacks of these weapons on the civilian population. They hit hospitals, crowded places


Weren't "Ukrainian" forces targeting their own?

Anonymous ID: 884c2e Sept. 22, 2022, 2:42 a.m. No.17560317   🗄️.is 🔗kun


True . remember seeing a clip a long time ago i think owen benjamin shared it years ago of some scientist talking about how it was all fake and he was eating radioactive things on a stage talking about how it was all fake and gay.

Anonymous ID: a7a21c Sept. 22, 2022, 2:46 a.m. No.17560327   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>8705 Views | September 21, 2022 | 4 Comments

Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s interview with Newsweek, September 21, 2022


Question: Russia’s military operation in Ukraine continues, and many fear the conflict could go on indefinitely. Has Russia made progress toward its stated goals of “denazification” and “demilitarization” of Ukraine, and are the two sides anywhere closer toward a negotiated settlement than they were on February 24?


Sergey Lavrov: With its actions to nurture a Russophobic neo-Nazi regime in Ukraine, deploy military equipment and turn its territory into a springboard for containing Russia, the West left us no choice but to conduct a special military operation. Its goals are well-known: protection of the population of Donbass, elimination of threats to Russia’s security, demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine. All of them remain relevant and will be achieved, no matter how long it would take.


To date, the entire LPR, a significant part of the DPR, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions have been liberated. Peaceful life is taking shape in these territories. Despite the shelling and sabotage, repair and restoration works are underway at civilian infrastructure facilities and in the residential sector. New houses, schools, hospitals, cultural institutions are being built.


I would like to emphasize that the collective West, led by the United States, is openly seeking to defeat Russia “on the battlefield.” The United States and its allies are ready to sacrifice Ukraine for the sake of their geopolitical goals. To achieve them, they pump the country with weapons, and this leads to an escalated and prolonged conflict. It puts off the prospects of its settlement.


Washington is not interested in establishing peace and tranquillity in Ukraine. That became clear already in March, when Moscow and Kiev came close to reaching mutual agreements. Such turn of events obviously frightened the Americans and the British, so they actually forbade Ukraine to conduct further dialogue with Russia. Since then, the Ukrainian authorities have been shying away from negotiation process.


Question: Syria has become the first country other than Russia to recognize the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics as independent states. Does Russia view these entities as nations with fixed borders, or would Russia support efforts to expand their sovereignty to include other territories in which Russian forces currently operate in Ukraine? Alternatively, would Russia support separate independence measures in these territories or even referendums to join the Russian Federation as was the case for Crimea in 2014?


Sergey Lavrov: The first state to recognize the independence of the DPR and of the LPR was not Russia, but South Ossetia. And after Russia, Abkhazia, Syria and North Korea also did this.


Russia recognized the independence of the Donbass republics within the borders specified in their constitutions. In fact, that means the administrative borders of the Donetsk and Lugansk regions of the former Ukrainian SSR.


As for other Ukrainian territories liberated from the yoke of the neo-Nazi Kiev regime you mentioned, we proceed from the premise that their inhabitants have the right to independently determine their own destiny. We see the desire of people to be together with Russia and therefore we shall treat their choice with respect. The corresponding intentions have been voiced recently by the leaders of the DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions. All of them are entitled to use the right to self-determination in accordance with the UN Charter.


Question: President Joe Biden confirmed early-on in the conflict that there had been a “complete rupture” in U.S.-Russia relations. On what levels are the countries still communicating? Are conversations being conducted about nuclear arms verification, deconfliction in regions like the Black Sea and Syria or the fates of U.S. citizens detained either in criminal court or the battlefield?


Sergey Lavrov: The Russian-American interstate dialogue has been practically frozen owing the United States. It is objectively not possible to maintain normal communication with Washington declaring the strategic defeat of Russia as an objective.

Anonymous ID: 0c91d7 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:49 a.m. No.17560337   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0687



It is very dangerous for Russia to ABANDON its national interests, mistakes country has made in the past will NOT happen again, we will fight and defend our Fatherland - Putin.


Subscribe @IntelRepublic

Anonymous ID: 400324 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:50 a.m. No.17560341   🗄️.is 🔗kun


Saw no drama

Anime handed off to Doge, Doge had to ghost later current baker (corp?)picked up toward end of bread, note taker dropped notes and stood down, current baker baked this one

Anonymous ID: 309baf Sept. 22, 2022, 2:51 a.m. No.17560344   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0506 >>0519 >>0520 >>0845


The bomb isn't real or the fallout isn't real? Are the power plants real? Is it radiation that isn't real? What about xrays? Are they real? Is Uranium real? What about lead? Is lead real? Hiroshima and Nagasaki that wasn't real? What about 3 mile Island, was that real? Is anything really real?

Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:51 a.m. No.17560346   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0354 >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438 >>0449 >>0451 >>0470 >>0472 >>0489 >>0538

this is


for all the ones who say trump was an idiot first go around with his staff ( it all was trap and cleanout/exposure of rats operation / anons know this )

jeff sessions last post was 02/24/2021

and links to some dasting shit


if you think about it all


highlighted American Moment’s mission in a seminal piece on the next presidential transition.

read the article that jeff sessions led me to: (link is below and copy pasta article that is dasting, next attached posts)


Jul 22, 2022 - Politics & Policy


Inside Trump '25-

A radical plan for Trump’s second term




5:22 PM · Feb 24, 2021

Jeff Sessions



Feb 24, 2021

American Moment is critical for the future of the America First Agenda.





, & @jakemerci are working to ensure important issues like immigration, trade, & supporting American families continue to grow in influence.


I'm excited to see



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8:55 AM · Jul 26, 2022

Pinned Tweet

American Moment



Jul 26

gm. ICYMI:


On Friday,


highlighted American Moment’s mission in a seminal piece on the next presidential transition.🧵


"Startups including American Moment have sprung up to develop lists of thousands of younger 'America First' personnel…"


Jul 22, 2022 - Politics & Policy

Inside Trump '25

A radical plan for Trump’s second term

Anonymous ID: bcffc8 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:53 a.m. No.17560353   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0359 >>0588 >>0594


>>17560169 (pb)

Kind of pissed, anon here all day every day and the first I heard about this Sep 24 conspiracy is from the MSM.

C'mon, man!

It is just like when we got left out of the show up for Jan 6th or John-John coming back to life in Dallas

Never hear about these things here, but read them all in the media or commie frens see it on CNN and tell me.

What the hell does an anon have to do?

Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:54 a.m. No.17560354   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0355 >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438 >>0451


all linked from Jeff Sessions last Twitter post



Jul 22, 2022 - Politics & Policy

Inside Trump '25

A radical plan for Trump’s second term


Jonathan Swan


Former President Trump’s top allies are preparing to radically reshape the federal government if he is re-elected, purging potentially thousands of civil servants and filling career posts with loyalists to him and his "America First” ideology, people involved in the discussions tell Axios.


The impact could go well beyond typical conservative targets such as the Environmental Protection Agency and the Internal Revenue Service. Trump allies are working on plans that would potentially strip layers at the Justice Department — including the FBI, and reaching into national security, intelligence, the State Department and the Pentagon, sources close to the former president say.


During his presidency, Trump often complained about what he called “the deep state.”


The heart of the plan is derived from an executive order known as “Schedule F,” developed and refined in secret over most of the second half of Trump’s term and launched 13 days before the 2020 election.


The reporting for this series draws on extensive interviews over a period of more than three months with more than two dozen people close to the former president, and others who have firsthand knowledge of the work underway to prepare for a potential second term. Most spoke on condition of anonymity to describe sensitive planning and avoid Trump’s ire.


As Trump publicly flirts with a 2024 comeback campaign, this planning is quietly flourishing from Mar-a-Lago to Washington — with his blessing but without the knowledge of some people in his orbit.


Trump remains distracted by his obsession with contesting the 2020 election results. But he has endorsed the work of several groups to prime an administration-in-waiting. Personnel and action plans would be executed in the first 100 days of a second term starting on Jan. 20, 2025.


Their work could accelerate controversial policy and enforcement changes, but also enable revenge tours against real or perceived enemies, and potentially insulate the president and allies from investigation or prosecution.


They intend to stack thousands of mid-level staff jobs. Well-funded groups are already developing lists of candidates selected often for their animus against the system — in line with Trump’s long-running obsession with draining “the swamp.” This includes building extensive databases of people vetted as being committed to Trump and his agenda.


The preparations are far more advanced and ambitious than previously reported. What is happening now is an inversion of the slapdash and virtually non-existent infrastructure surrounding Trump ahead of his 2017 presidential transition.


These groups are operating on multiple fronts: shaping policies, identifying top lieutenants, curating an alternative labor force of unprecedented scale, and preparing for legal challenges and defenses that might go before Trump-friendly judges, all the way to a 6-3 Supreme Court.



Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:54 a.m. No.17560355   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0358 >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438


The centerpiece

Trump signed an executive order, “Creating Schedule F in the Excepted Service,” in October 2020, which established a new employment category for federal employees. It received wide media coverage for a short period, then was largely forgotten in the mayhem and aftermath of Jan. 6 — and quickly was rescinded by President Biden.


Sources close to Trump say that if he were elected to a second term, he would immediately reimpose it.


Tens of thousands of civil servants who serve in roles deemed to have some influence over policy would be reassigned as “Schedule F” employees. Upon reassignment, they would lose their employment protections.


New presidents typically get to replace more than 4,000 so-called “political” appointees to oversee the running of their administrations. But below this rotating layer of political appointees sits a mass of government workers who enjoy strong employment protections — and typically continue their service from one administration to the next, regardless of the president’s party affiliation.


An initial estimate by the Trump official who came up with Schedule F found it could apply to as many as 50,000 federal workers — a fraction of a workforce of more than 2 million, but a segment with a profound role in shaping American life.


Trump, in theory, could fire tens of thousands of career government officials with no recourse for appeals. He could replace them with people he believes are more loyal to him and to his “America First” agenda.


Even if Trump did not deploy Schedule F to this extent, the very fact that such power exists could create a significant chilling effect on government employees.


It would effectively upend the modern civil service, triggering a shock wave across the bureaucracy. The next president might then move to gut those pro-Trump ranks — and face the question of whether to replace them with her or his own loyalists, or revert to a traditional bureaucracy.


Such pendulum swings and politicization could threaten the continuity and quality of service to taxpayers, the regulatory protections, the checks on executive power, and other aspects of American democracy.


Trump’s allies claim such pendulum swings will not happen because they will not have to fire anything close to 50,000 federal workers to achieve the result, as one source put it, of “behavior change.” Firing a smaller segment of “bad apples” among the career officials at each agency would have the desired chilling effect on others tempted to obstruct Trump’s orders.


They say Schedule F will finally end the “farce” of a nonpartisan civil service that they say has been filled with activist liberals who have been undermining GOP presidents for decades.


Unions and Democrats would be expected to immediately fight a Schedule F order. But Trump’s advisers like their chances in a judicial system now dominated at its highest levels by conservatives.


Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.), who chairs the subcommittee that oversees the federal civil service, is among a small group of lawmakers who never stopped worrying about Schedule F, even after Biden rescinded the order. Connolly has been so alarmed that he attached an amendment to this year’s defense bill to prevent a future president from resurrecting Schedule F. The House passed Connolly’s amendment but Republicans hope to block it in the Senate.


Anonymous ID: 0c91d7 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:54 a.m. No.17560356   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0388

21 Republican Senators just voted with the woke climate agenda to give power to the UN over Freon and force Americans to pay more money to companies to replace your Freon with a coolant that will NOT cool as well.


This will cause your AC & refrigerator to run longer in order to cool your home & chill your food.


Americans will be paying more money in electricity bills because America last senators are playing the globalists agenda forcing US companies to bend over for “compliance” instead of demanding product & customer service excellence.


With the high price of gas, food, electricity, and everything else, WHY are Republican Senators forcing Americans to spend more money to please the World Economic Forum and chemical companies in Delaware?

Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:54 a.m. No.17560358   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0363 >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438




No operation of this scale is possible without the machinery to implement it. To that end, Trump has blessed a string of conservative organizations linked to advisers he currently trusts and calls on. Most of these conservative groups host senior figures from the Trump administration on their payroll, including former chief of staff Mark Meadows.


The names are a mix of familiar and new. They include Jeffrey Clark, the controversial lawyer Trump had wanted to install as attorney general in the end days of his presidency. Clark, who advocated a plan to contest the 2020 election results, is now in the crosshairs of the Jan. 6 committee and the FBI. Clark is working at the Center for Renewing America (CRA), the group founded by Russ Vought, the former head of Trump’s Office of Management and Budget.


Former Trump administration and transition officials working on personnel, legal or policy projects for a potential 2025 government include names like Vought, Meadows, Stephen Miller, Ed Corrigan, Wesley Denton, Brooke Rollins, James Sherk, Andrew Kloster and Troup Hemenway.


Others, who remain close to Trump and would be in contention for the most senior roles in a second-term administration, include Dan Scavino, John McEntee, Richard Grenell, Kash Patel, Robert O’Brien, David Bernhardt, John Ratcliffe, Peter Navarro and Pam Bondi.


Following splits from some of his past swathe of loyal advisers, Trump has tightened his circle. The Florida-based strategist Susie Wiles is Trump’s top political adviser. She runs his personal office and his political action committee. When he contemplates endorsements, Trump has often attached weight to the views of his former White House political director Brian Jack, pollster Tony Fabrizio, and his son Donald Trump Jr. He often consults another GOP pollster, John McLaughlin. For communications and press inquiries Trump calls on Taylor Budowich and Liz Harrington. Jason Miller remains in the mix.


As Trump’s obsessions with 2020 fester, he has also broken with many traditional conservative allies in Congress. Most notably, his relationship with the man who delivered Trump the rock-solid conservative Supreme Court he hankered for — Sen. Mitch McConnell — is broken. McConnell is no longer on speaking terms with the former president.


Now Trump looks to Rep. Jim Jordan as his closest confidant on Capitol Hill. He has stayed close to former Rep. Devin Nunes, who runs Trump's social media company, Truth Social. Trump continues to be a big fan of the far-right Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene.


​​The advocacy groups who have effectively become extensions of the Trump infrastructure include the CRA, the America First Policy Institute (AFPI), and the Conservative Partnership Institute (CPI).


Other groups — while not formally connected to Trump’s operation — have hired key lieutenants and are effectively serving his ends. The Heritage Foundation, the legacy conservative group, has moved closer to Trump under its new president, Kevin Roberts, and is building links to other parts of the “America First” movement.


Sources who spoke to Axios paint a vivid picture of how the backroom plans are taking shape, starting with a series of interactions in Florida earlier this year, on April 28.


Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:56 a.m. No.17560363   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0364 >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438


Trump’s new targets

On that warm spring night in April, an armada of black Escalades drove through the rain from a West Palm Beach hotel to Donald Trump’s Mediterranean-style private club.


Donors and Trump allies were getting soaked through their clothes as they waited in a brief downpour to be frisked by wands before they could access the inner sanctum of Mar-a-Lago.


Inside, near the bar past the patio, a balding man with dramatically arched eyebrows was the center of attention at a cocktail table. He was discussing the top-level staffing of the Justice Department if Trump were to regain the presidency in 2025.


With a background as an environmental lawyer, Jeffrey Clark, a veteran of George W. Bush’s administration, was unknown to the public until early 2021. By the end of the Trump administration, he was serving as the acting head of the Justice Department’s civil division — although other DOJ leaders paid him little attention. But Trump, desperate to overturn the election, welcomed Clark, the only senior official willing to apply the full weight of the Justice Department to contesting Joe Biden’s victory, into his inner circle.


In February of this year, Clark repeatedly asserted his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination during a deposition with the Jan. 6 committee. And in the early hours of June 22, federal agents with an electronics-sniffing dog in tow arrived at Clark’s Virginia home to execute a search warrant and seize his devices.


But back in April, as Clark circulated at Mar-a-Lago wearing a loose-fitting black suit and blue shirt, any troubles related to the Jan. 6 investigation seemed a world away. Clark sounded optimistic. Half a dozen or so donors and Trump allies surrounded him at the high-top table.


One of the donors asked Clark what he thought would happen with the Justice Department if Trump won the 2024 election. Conveying the air of a deep confidant, Clark responded that he thought Trump had learned his lesson.


In a second term, Clark predicted, Trump would never appoint an attorney general who was not completely on board with his agenda.


There was a buzz around Clark. Given Trump wanted to make him attorney general in the final days of his first term, it is likely that Clark would be a serious contender for the top job in a second term.


By this stage in the evening, more than a hundred people were crammed onto the Mar-a-Lago patio. They were a mix of wealthy political donors and allies of the former president and they had come to see Trump himself bless Russ Vought’s organization, the Center for Renewing America.


Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:56 a.m. No.17560364   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0365 >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438


Vought was a policy wonk who became one of Trump’s most trusted officials. Before joining the Trump administration in 2017 as deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget — and ultimately going on to run the agency — Vought had a long career in conservative policy circles.


That included a stint as executive director and budget director of the Republican Study Committee — the largest bloc of House conservatives — and as the policy director for the House Republican Conference.


Trump was helping raise money for Vought’s CRA, which has been busily developing many of the policy and administrative plans that would likely form the foundation for a second-term Trump administration.


Trump himself was running late to the reception. But the introductory speaker, his former chief of staff Mark Meadows, was filibustering, entertaining the crowd with stories about Trump and Vought’s efforts to fight a deep state that had tried to thwart them. Meadows paused. He scanned the patio. “Are there any Cabinet secretaries here?” he asked the audience. “Raise your hand if you’re a Cabinet secretary.”


Nobody raised their hand. “Well that’s a good thing,” Meadows said. “They often weren’t cooperating with us.”


Meadows was picking up on a theme from earlier in the day, when Vought’s group had held off-site sessions at The Ben, a luxury hotel a 10-minute drive up the coast from Mar-a-Lago.


In those closed-door sessions, Trump confidants, including former senior administration officials, discussed the mistakes they had made in the first term that would need to be corrected if they regained power.


They agreed it was not just the “deep state” career bureaucrats who needed to be replaced. Often, the former Trump officials said, their biggest problems were with the political people that Trump himself had regrettably appointed. Never again should Trump hire people like his former chief of staff John Kelly, his former defense secretaries, James Mattis and Mark Esper, his CIA director Gina Haspel, and virtually the entire leadership of every iteration of Trump’s Justice Department.



Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:57 a.m. No.17560365   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0366 >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438


Shortly after noon, Kash Patel entered The Ben’s ballroom. Donors and Trump allies sat classroom-style at long rectangular tables in a room with beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean.


The group was treated to a conversation between Patel and Mark Paoletta, a former senior Trump administration lawyer with a reputation for finding lateral ways to accomplish Trump’s goals. The Patel-Paoletta panel discussion was titled, “Battling the Deep State.”


Paoletta was a close family friend and prominent public defender of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and his wife, Ginni Thomas. Throughout the Trump administration, Ginni Thomas had taken a strong interest in administration personnel. She complained to White House officials, including Trump himself, that Trump’s people were obstructing “MAGA” officials from being appointed to key roles in the administration.


As Axios previously reported, Ginni Thomas had assembled detailed lists of disloyal government officials to oust — and trusted pro-Trump people to replace them.


Her recommendations to the White House included appointing the right-wing talk radio provocateur and former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino for a Homeland Security or counterterrorism adviser role. Thomas has recently been a subject of interest to the Jan. 6 Select Committee after the committee obtained text messages she sent to then-chief of staff Mark Meadows urging him to work harder to overturn the 2020 election.


Patel had enjoyed an extraordinary rise from obscurity to power during the Trump era. Over the course of only a few years, he went from being a little-known Capitol Hill staffer to one of the most powerful figures in the U.S. national security apparatus.


He found favor with Trump by working for Devin Nunes when he played a central role in the GOP’s scrutiny of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation. Patel was the key author of a memo in which Nunes accused the Justice Department and the FBI of abusing surveillance laws as part of a politically motivated effort to take down Trump.


Some of Nunes’ and Patel’s criticisms of the DOJ’s actions were later validated by an inspector general, and Trump came to view Patel as one of his most loyal agents. He put him on his National Security Council and made him the Pentagon chief of staff.


In one astonishing but ill-fated plan, Trump had wanted to install Patel as either the deputy director of the CIA or the FBI late in his administration. He abandoned this only after vehement opposition and warnings from senior officials including Haspel and former Attorney General Bill Barr, who wrote in his own memoir that he told then-chief of staff Mark Meadows that Patel becoming deputy FBI director would happen “over my dead body.”


Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:57 a.m. No.17560366   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0367 >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438


Never again would Trump acquiesce to such warnings. Patel has only grown closer to the former president since he left office. Over the past year, Patel has displayed enough confidence to leverage his fame as a Trump insider — establishing an online store selling self-branded merchandise with “K$H” baseball caps and “Fight With Kash” zip-up fleeces.


He hosts an online show and podcast, “Kash’s Corner,” and he is a prolific poster on Trump’s social media network, Truth Social. In May, Patel re-truthed (the Truth Social equivalent of re-tweeting) a meme of himself and special counsel John Durham “perp walking” a handcuffed Hillary Clinton.


He also set up the Kash Patel Legal Offense Trust to raise money to sue journalists. He recently authored an illustrated children’s book about the Russia investigation in which “King Donald” is a character persecuted by “Hillary Queenton and her shifty knight.” Trump characteristically gave it his imprimatur, declaring he wanted to “put this amazing book in every school in America.”


During that April 28 discussion at The Ben, Patel portrayed the national security establishment in Washington, D.C., as malevolently corrupt. He claimed the intelligence community had deliberately withheld important national security information from Trump.


According to two people in the room, Patel told the audience he had advised Trump to fire senior officials in the Justice Department and he lamented the appointments of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI director Christopher Wray. Paoletta also recounted to the audience instances in which Trump officials refused or slow-walked lawful directives because they disagreed with the former president’s policies.


Patel’s message to the audience was that things would be different next time. A source in the room said later the takeaway from the session was that if Trump took office in 2025, he would target agencies that conservatives have not traditionally viewed as adversarial.


Sources close to the former president said that he will — as a matter of top priority — go after the national security apparatus, “clean house” in the intelligence community and the State Department, target the “woke generals” at the Defense Department, and remove the top layers of the Justice Department and FBI.


A spokesperson for Patel, Erica Knight, did not dispute details from this scene at The Ben in West Palm Beach when Axios reached out for comment.


Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:58 a.m. No.17560367   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0370 >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438


Regarding his other post-government activities, she said Patel wanted Axios to include this statement, in its entirety, in the story: “The fundraising focus has changed from the Kash Patel Legal Offense trust to the broader K$H foundation with an expanded mission of a variety of efforts including education, youth development projects, and veterans assistance. All money raised via K$H merchandise will benefit these great causes. The Kash Foundation is properly operating as a not-for-profit organization, has applied for tax exempt status, submitted the designation request to the IRS and is awaiting a designation.”


As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, the Kash Foundation would likely be required to file detailed annual reports on its finances and activities with the IRS. But until that tax-exempt status is secured, it is difficult to know what Patel's group — currently structured as a legal trust, Knight said — has raised financially or how it has spent its money. Knight declined to provide details on the group's activity to date.


Later that day, at the Mar-a-Lago reception for CRA, Trump confirmed some of these impressions from Paoletta and Patel about his deep-rooted animosity toward top people in his administration. In a 45-minute speech, Trump rambled over a long list of grievances about his government, according to a witness.


He ridiculed his first Defense Secretary James Mattis, calling him “the most overrated general” in history, and added that a lot of the generals were overrated and should not be allowed to appear on television. Eventually, Trump asked the people who were holding up their iPhones to stop recording.


Trump saved his kindest words that night for two individuals: Mark Meadows and Russ Vought. He praised their organizations and the important work they were doing.


During the past year, Vought’s group has been developing plans that would benefit from Schedule F. And while the power rests largely on the fear factor to stifle civil service opposition to Trump, sources close to the former president said they still anticipate needing an alternate labor force of unprecedented scale — of perhaps as many as 10,000 vetted personnel — to give them the capacity to quickly replace "obstructionist" government officials with people committed to Trump and his "America First" agenda.


In other words, a new army of political partisans planted throughout the federal bureaucracy.


Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:58 a.m. No.17560370   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0372 >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438


The new inner circle

The most important lesson Trump took from his first term relates to who he hires and to whom he listens.


Trump has reduced his circle of advisers and expunged nearly every former aide who refused to embrace his view that the 2020 election was "stolen."


He spends significant amounts of his time talking to luminaries of the "Stop the Steal" movement, including attorney Boris Epshteyn and the pillow entrepreneur Mike Lindell, who has spent at least $25 million of his own money sowing doubts about the 2020 election result.


Daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner are no longer involved in Trump’s political operation. Trump still talks to Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy but their relationship is not what it once was. The former president is no longer in close contact with a variety of former officials and GOP operatives who once had his ear. This group includes former senior adviser Hope Hicks, former Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and former campaign manager Bill Stepien.


Though Stepien has limited personal contact with Trump these days, he is still a part of Trumpworld. He participates in a weekly call that involves close advisers to the former president including his son, Donald Trump Jr. And Stepien is running the campaigns of several Trump-endorsed candidates.


Former Vice President Mike Pence, however, is in a different category altogether: now labeled enemy.


Former aides and administration officials said they have enjoyed friendly check-in phone calls and nostalgic encounters with Trump over the past 18 months. But they acknowledge their ability to influence the former president on any matter of importance has expired.


The dashed prospects of one prominent GOP candidate this year illuminate the unpredictable track of Trump’s loyalty. David McCormick, who ran for the Republican Senate primary in Pennsylvania this year, seemed on paper as well positioned as any candidate to convince Trump to endorse him.


A former hedge fund CEO and combat veteran, McCormick is married to Dina Powell McCormick, previously Trump’s deputy national security adviser. In 2016, Trump had interviewed McCormick to be his Treasury secretary and McCormick declined an offer to be Trump’s deputy secretary of Defense. The McCormicks are personal friends of Jared and Ivanka, and are close to Hicks, former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders and Trump’s former Pennsylvania state campaign director David Urban. None of this mattered.


Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:58 a.m. No.17560372   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0374 >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438


Knowing that Trump and his wife Melania were fond of McCormick's primary rival, Mehmet Oz, and that Dr. Oz was backed by Trump's prime time TV cheerleader and Fox News host, Sean Hannity, the McCormicks made one request of Trump: to consider staying out of the primary. McCormick had moved ahead of Oz in polls more than a month before the May primary. Trump decided to make a late endorsement of Oz, but McCormick stayed up in the polls and Oz's unfavorables remained high. Trump retaliated with a vicious attack on McCormick on stage at a rally in Pennsylvania — single-handedly ensuring his defeat in a race decided by less than 1,000 votes.


A key litmus test was the 2020 election. Trump had been piqued by McCormick’s criticism of him after Jan. 6 and by McCormick’s refusal to publicly state that the 2020 election was “stolen.”


Trump has doubled down with a small group he views as loyal and courageous. The group includes his former senior White House officials, Dan Scavino, Stephen Miller and John McEntee. It also includes his fourth chief of staff, Mark Meadows, though their relationship was strained when Meadows recounted in his memoir private details of Trump’s hospitalization with COVID-19.


Trump trusts only a few of his former Cabinet secretaries and senior government officials, sources close to him said. He still talks casually to many others, and is seldom off his phone, but former aides who felt they could occasionally persuade Trump to change course say he is quick to shut down advice he does not want to hear.


He remains fixated on the “stolen” 2020 election. He cannot stop talking about it, no matter how many allies advise him it would serve his political interests to move on. Most have stopped trying.


Between rounds of golf, Trump is seething about the “ungrateful” and “treasonous” former officials from his administration who pop up on television, sometimes promoting a book, other times being praised or co-opted by his enemies.


Trump has complained bitterly about his “wacko” national security adviser John Bolton, his “weak” attorney general Bill Barr, his “RINO” (Republican In Name Only) Defense Secretary Mark Esper, and his “woke” chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Mark Milley, who, the former president sometimes charges, should be “tried for treason.”


But Trump’s poisonous retaliation against anyone he detects as not totally “with him” has also shifted allegiances with some who once had his back. The question of personal loyalty — so prized by Trump — has become a two-edged sword.


One former senior adviser noted that Jan. 6 was the crucible for these loyalties and that the treatment Trump meted out, especially to his own vice president, changed the landscape.


“How do you talk about loyalty for so long, and then you do that to Mike Pence?” the former adviser said. “Who is going to put themselves in that situation other than a totally power-hungry person who has no moral compass or any desire to implement solutions to the problems we’re all facing?”


“Even if you’re a true believer, you see what happens to people. Are there any Senate-confirmable individuals who would consider taking a chance on this? You’ll either be saddled with legal fees or have your reputation destroyed.”


Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:59 a.m. No.17560374   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0375 >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438


Seeking “courage”

In a second term, Trump would install a different cohort at the top than in 2017. He has said what he wants, above all, is people with “courage.”


Under the courage criteria, he has singled out Jeffrey Clark for particular praise. Trump has also praised Patel, who would likely be installed in a senior national security role in a second term, people close to the former president said. If Patel could survive Senate confirmation, there is a good chance Trump would make him CIA or FBI director, these sources said. If not, Patel would likely serve in a senior role in the White House.


People close to the former president said Richard Grenell has better odds than most of being nominated as Trump’s secretary of state. Grenell was one of Trump’s favorite officials at the tail end of his first term. As Trump’s acting director of national intelligence, he declassified copious materials related to the Trump-Russia investigation.


Grenell currently works as an executive and on-air analyst for the pro-Trump television network Newsmax. Grenell told Newsmax earlier this year: “I’m not going to stop until we prosecute [Trump’s former FBI director] Jim Comey.”


Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:59 a.m. No.17560375   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0376 >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438


Crowdsourcing power

One important hub of 2025 preparations is the Conservative Partnership Institute (CPI), an organization whose nonprofit status under the tax code allows it to conceal its donors’ identities. CPI is a who’s-who of Trump’s former administration and the “America First” movement.


Founded by former firebrand GOP South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint — the bane of Mitch McConnell’s existence when he served in Congress — CPI has become the hub of the hard right in Washington.


Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows joined CPI last year. The group’s senior staff includes Edward Corrigan, who worked on the Trump transition team’s personnel operation; Wesley Denton, who served in Trump’s Office of Management and Budget; Rachel Bovard, one of the conservative movement’s sharpest parliamentary tacticians; and attorney Cleta Mitchell, who was a key player in Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election.


The group runs its operations out of a brownstone a short walk from the Capitol building and the Supreme Court. They recruit, train and promote ideologically vetted staff for GOP offices on Capitol Hill and the next Republican administration. The ultra-conservative House Freedom Caucus meets at CPI headquarters.


CPI has become a fundraising powerhouse over the past few years, raising $19.7 million last year. The group has been buying up D.C. real estate. It leases out Capitol Hill office space to conservative groups it is helping to incubate and has even bought a farm and homestead in eastern Maryland that it uses for training retreats and policy fellowships.


In March, the Federal Election Commission released data showing Trump’s political action committee, “Save America,” had more cash on hand than the Republican National Committee and Democratic National Committee combined. This is partly because of the strength of Trump’s online fundraising machine. It is also partly because Trump does not like to share his PAC’s money.


It was, therefore, a meaningful act when Trump authorized a $1 million donation to the CPI. This was by far the Trump committee’s largest donation to political allies in the second half of 2021.


CPI will wield substantial influence on the makeup of a potential second-term Trump administration. It has a team working on a database of vetted staff that could be fed immediately to the next GOP presidential nominee’s transition team.


CPI is not, however, spending much time thinking about Cabinet-level appointments. CPI staff know Trump well enough to understand nobody will have much influence over his splashy Cabinet picks. Their focus is on the crucial mass of jobs below.


CPI’s immediate priority is preparing to put its vetted people in new GOP congressional offices at the start of 2023. Over the past five years since CPI’s founding, the group has been adding personnel to a database that now contains thousands of names.


The CPI team is reckoning on Republicans likely winning back the House and possibly the Senate in the November midterms. That would deliver a tremendous staffing opportunity. These anticipated victories could open hundreds of new staff jobs on Capitol Hill next year — from congressional offices to key committees.


CPI’s goal is to have at least 300 fully vetted “America First” staffers to supply GOP congressional offices after the midterms. These new staffers would theoretically gain valuable experience to use on Capitol Hill but also incubate for a Trump administration in 2025.


Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 2:59 a.m. No.17560376   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0379 >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438


Another influential group is Vought’s Center for Renewing America — designed to keep alive and build upon Trump’s “America First” agenda during his exile.


Vought kept a relatively low media profile through much of the Trump administration but by the end Trump trusted him as somebody who would rebuff career officials and find edge-of-the-envelope methods to achieve Trump’s ends.


When Congress blocked Trump from getting the funds he needed to build the southern border wall, Vought and his team at the Office of Management and Budget came up with the idea of redirecting money from the Pentagon budget to build the wall.


In the final week of the Trump administration, Vought met with the former president in the Oval Office and shared with him his plans to start CRA. Trump gave Vought his blessing. CRA’s team now includes Jeffrey Clark and Kash Patel as well as other Trump allies including Mark Paoletta and Ken Cuccinelli, former acting deputy secretary of Homeland Security.


Vought plans to release a series of policy papers, beginning this year, detailing various aspects of their plans to dismantle the “administrative state.”


Vought has other far-reaching intentions. He has told associates it was too onerous in the past for Trump officials to receive security clearances, so he plans to recommend reforms to the security clearance system. He also wants to change the system that determines how government documents become classified.


“We are consciously bringing on the toughest and most courageous fighters with the know-how and credibility to crush the deep state,” Vought told Axios.


America First Legal was launched by Trump’s influential senior adviser Stephen Miller less than three months after Trump left office. Its primary purpose was to file lawsuits to block President Biden’s policies — mirroring a well-funded legal infrastructure on the left.


But Miller has also been doing another job in preparation for 2025 that has not previously been reported. He has been identifying and assembling a list of lawyers who would be ready to fill the key general counsel jobs across government in a second-term Trump administration.


Trump’s close allies are intently focused on the recruitment of lawyers. Trump frequently complained that he did not have the “right” lawyers in the White House Counsel’s Office.


He grumbled that they were “weak” — that they always and reflexively told him his demands were illegal and could not be implemented. Trump would occasionally compare his White House lawyers unfavorably to his late New York attorney — the notorious mob lawyer Roy Cohn. Yet he deferred removing them.


Other senior officials, including Miller, believed the federal agencies were clotted with cowardly general counsels too worried about their Washington reputations to risk throwing their support behind Trump’s policies. Instead, the Trump team suspected, these general counsels allowed the career attorneys to steamroll them.


Miller has his eye out for general counsels who will aggressively implement Trump’s orders and skeptically interrogate any career government attorney who tells them their plans are unlawful or cannot be done.


Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 3 a.m. No.17560379   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0380 >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438



One model of such a lawyer is Chad Mizelle, who served as the acting general counsel at Trump’s Department of Homeland Security. Miller formed a close working partnership with Mizelle and spoke glowingly of him to colleagues. Together they helped execute the most hardline immigration and border security policies in recent history.


In his new role, Miller has been working with Republican state attorneys general and closely watching Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and his staff. The lawyers in Paxton’s office are a useful proxy for the type of attorneys Trump would likely recruit to fill a second-term administration.


Paxton has over the past few years filed some of the right’s most aggressive and controversial lawsuits, including a federal suit to overturn elections in battleground states Trump lost. His effort failed when the Supreme Court ruled Texas had no standing to sue. On May 25, the Texas State Bar filed a professional misconduct lawsuit against Paxton related to his efforts to help Trump subvert the 2020 election.


Paxton’s office has been using the legal equivalent of a blitzkrieg in the Biden era — suing fast and often to obstruct Biden’s agenda at multiple points — most frequently immigration, the environment, and COVID-19 measures.


As of July 17, Texas had filed 33 lawsuits against the Biden administration, by far the most lawsuits of all the Republican attorneys general during the Biden administration, according to Paul Nolette, an associate professor of political science at Marquette University who tracks state attorneys general.


A senior member of Paxton’s team, Aaron Reitz, outlined their mentality and strategy on the conservative “Moment of Truth” podcast in November. It is a blueprint for the mindset that would likely pervade a second Trump term.


“Just blitzing in every front where you can,” Reitz said, describing the Texas attorney general’s approach. While he said they do not want to file bad lawsuits against Biden, “the sort of hyper-caution that I think too often Republicans demonstrate, not just in the legal space but political and elsewhere, the time for that is over. We need to understand what time it is and … fight our war accordingly.”


Reitz said what animates himself and Paxton is “an abiding belief that we, as a movement, are at war with the forces that want to destroy the American order, root and branch.”


At the Texas attorney general’s office, “our soldiers are lawyers and our weapons are lawsuits and our tactic is lawfare,” Reitz added.


Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:01 a.m. No.17560380   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0381 >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438


A large portion of the broader conservative movement infrastructure has also shifted to benefit Trump’s 2025 administration-in-waiting.


Most conservative groups take pains to claim they are neutral between prospective GOP presidential candidates. But these same groups are increasingly hiring people for key roles who are loyal to the former president or who support his “America First” views on trade, immigration and foreign policy.


Subtle shifts inside the vaunted Heritage Foundation provide an instructive example. For decades, Heritage was the conservative movement’s intellectual North Star, playing a significant role in shaping the personnel and policies of GOP presidents dating back to the Reagan administration.


When Trump emerged in 2016 with his “America First” ideology, he tore up the GOP’s playbook, especially on foreign policy and trade. Some inside Heritage at the time recoiled at these apostasies.


During the Trump administration, many conservatives perceived the group as sliding into irrelevance as they were detached from Trump and his movement. Recently though, some former Heritage allies watched in horror when the group broke with GOP hawks and opposed Congress’ $40 billion aid package to Ukraine for its fight against Russia.


Jessica Anderson, head of Heritage’s lobbying operation, released a statement explaining the controversial decision. Its title: “Ukraine Aid Package Puts America Last.”


Heritage is not institutionally tied to Trump. But under its new president, Kevin Roberts, the organization appears to be moving closer than any previous iteration of Heritage in allying itself with the Trumpian “America First” wing of the Republican Party.


Roberts has developed a closer personal relationship with Trump than his predecessor did. Trump even visited Amelia Island in Florida to speak to Heritage’s annual leadership conference in April. In addition to courting Trump, Roberts has also opened his door to the “New Right” — individuals and organizations whose views differ dramatically from many of the Bush era conservative policies Heritage has traditionally supported.


Roberts said in an interview to Axios he plans to spend at least $10 million collaborating with at least 15 conservative groups to build a database of personnel for the next Republican administration. He was careful to say the list is intended to support whoever is the GOP nominee, but he has appointed a former top Trump personnel official, Paul Dans, to run the operation, and a glance down the list of allied organizations shows it is heavy on stalwart Trump allies.


Roberts said these allied groups will be able to edit the personnel document with their own notes — a Wikipedia-like process. Tellingly, the Conservative Partnership Institute has signed onto the Heritage effort.


The Trump-blessed think tank America First Policy Institute did not sign onto the Heritage initiative, preferring instead to promote its standalone personnel project. This, too, will have a strong Trumpian flavor.


AFPI is run by Trump’s former Domestic Policy Council director Brooke Rollins. More than half a dozen Trump Cabinet officials are affiliated with AFPI and Trump loyalists fill the group from top to bottom.


Rollins brought in Michael Rigas to lead AFPI’s 2025 personnel project. Rigas ran Trump’s Office of Personnel Management — the federal government’s HR department. AFPI’s official position is that the group is developing their personnel database for whichever Republican wins the nomination. Such is Trump’s appreciation for AFPI that his PAC wired $1 million to the group in June 2021.


Even the billionaire-funded Koch network is playing a friendly behind-the-scenes role. While the Koch network overall has often been at odds with Trump, the network’s anti-interventionist foreign policy aligns neatly with Trump’s “America First” ideology.


In this narrow field of alignment, connections have been forged between Trumpworld and Kochworld, especially via the head of Koch’s foreign policy program, Dan Caldwell.


During the last year of the Trump administration, the Koch network built close ties with Trump’s personnel office. Trump’s final nominee for the ambassador to Afghanistan, Will Ruger, was a Koch candidate. The Koch talent pipeline — on foreign policy if nothing else — would likely get a serious hearing in a second-term Trump administration.


Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:01 a.m. No.17560381   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0383 >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438


Startups including American Moment have sprung up to develop lists of thousands of younger “America First” personnel for the next GOP administration. Founded by Saurabh Sharma, the 24-year-old former head of the Young Conservatives of Texas, American Moment is dedicated to the idea of restaffing the government. Trump-endorsed Ohio Senate candidate J.D. Vance serves on its board.


Sharma said in an interview that he and his team have dozens of informal talent scouts on college campuses — from “certain Ivies with reactionary subcultures” to “normal conservative schools” like Hillsdale College to “religiously affiliated liberal arts schools.”


They have plugged into the younger staff populating hard-right offices on Capitol Hill and seek to attract a steady flow of young ideologues through events and a podcast.


American Moment says it has, so far, around 700 “fully vetted” personnel to potentially serve in the next administration. Sharma’s goal is to have 2,000 to 3,000 “America First” would-be government staffers in his database by the summer of 2024.


By then, the next Republican presidential nominee will be standing up their transition team and looking for staff to occupy not just senior jobs but the junior and mid-level positions American Moment wants to specialize in filling.


Sharma is prescriptive about what gets a person on his list. He wants applicants who want to cut not just illegal but also legal immigration into the United States. He favors people who are protectionist on trade and anti-interventionist on foreign policy. They must be eager to fight the “culture war.” Credentials are almost irrelevant.


“Reagan hired young, he hired ideological, and he hired underqualified,” Sharma said. “That gave him an enormous amount of soft power in the conservative movement for 40 years since, and many of those people are still in charge today.”


In the background, the former staff members of Trump’s final personnel director John McEntee have stayed in touch and are working loosely together across a number of groups in preparation for 2025.


One of these new organizations, "Personnel Policy Organization" or "PPO" — an homage to McEntee’s PPO — is a nonprofit led by McEntee’s former staff including Troup Hemenway. PPO says its mission is to “educate and defend conservative, America First civil servants and their advisors.”


A person familiar with the group’s work told Axios the group is helping to do “quality control” on other groups’ personnel lists and is “developing plans to provide a suite of policies and services to conservative officials and outside advisors to ensure that they are able to stand firm against attacks by the media or left-wing governmental actors, and offensive steps to take against left-wing officials.”


All of this amounts to a giant crowdsourcing effort for 2025.


CPI’s Edward Corrigan worked at Heritage during the 2016 presidential election cycle. After Trump’s surprise victory, he moved into an office at Trump Tower to join the transition team frantically sourcing and vetting personnel.


Heritage had assembled personnel lists starting in 2015, as it does for every election cycle, but Corrigan said the challenge for Heritage back then was that no one knew which candidate they were recruiting for.


“Back then most people assumed it was going to be Jeb Bush or Marco Rubio or Ted Cruz, but it ends up being Trump,” Corrigan told Axios in an interview. “And so that creates a challenge because you don’t actually know” what is needed for the person to fit in.


“And so in 2024 if Trump is the nominee,” Corrigan added, “it gives you a huge advantage in that you know the kind of people that Trump’s going to want to pick.”


One uniting theme connects all of these disparate groups: fealty, to Trump himself or his “America First” ideology.


Now, they are functioning as a series of task forces for a possible Trump administration. They are rookeries for former Trump staff. They are breeding grounds for a new wave of right-wing personnel to run the U.S. government.


Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:02 a.m. No.17560383   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0398 >>0406 >>0419 >>0438


Read the second installment: " Trump's revenge," which includes reporting on schedule F, the legal theory at the heart of Trump's 2025 strategy, and how a radically different mindset is shaping his plans for a do-over.


About this series: This reporting draws on extensive interviews over a period of more than three months. We spoke with more than two dozen people close to the former president, and others who have firsthand knowledge of the work underway to prepare for a potential second term. Most spoke on condition of anonymity to describe sensitive planning and avoid Trump’s ire.


“Inside Trump ’25” is reported by Jonathan Swan with research and reporting assistance from Lachlan Markay, Andrew Solender and Sophia Cai. It was edited by Margaret Talev, Mike Allen, Aja Whitaker-Moore and Sara Kehaulani Goo, and copy edited by Eileen Drage O’Reilly. Illustrations by Sarah Grillo.

Anonymous ID: 400324 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:05 a.m. No.17560388   🗄️.is 🔗kun


Sorry Anon, already notabled last bread



>>17560043 MTG: 21 Republican Senators just voted with the woke climate agenda to give power to the UN over Freon and force Americans to pay more money to companies to replace your Freon with a coolant that will NOT cool as well

Anonymous ID: 0c91d7 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:06 a.m. No.17560391   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0396 >>0678

The Fed is terrible and is intentionally working to destroy the economy.


Once you recognize the intentional aspect, their actions make more sense.


They know the impacts their comments have on the stock market, housing, banking…


It's not simply an unfortunate coincidence we have soaring inflation at a time they said we would be at 2%.


They need the justification to continue raising rates aggressively to break the economy and slam us into stagflation and eventually depression. This is all building to:


  • Demand destruction on fossil fuels to promote the green agenda.


  • Introduction of CBDCs


  • Rapid Govt growth into the "own nothing and be happy" model.



Anonymous ID: 0c91d7 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:12 a.m. No.17560399   🗄️.is 🔗kun

China - The question is, why is China building more internment facilities? Now 380 in Xinjiang Province alone.


China has also threatened to open mass ‘re-education’ camps if it invades Taiwan.


Undercover of COVID, perhaps China is preparing for war.


Follow: @Covid19vaccinevictims

Anonymous ID: a4250a Sept. 22, 2022, 3:15 a.m. No.17560405   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0412

Under the care of Dr. Cohen, who performed the endoscopy on Rivers, and her E.N.T. Specialist Korovin, who performed an unauthorized biopsy, Rivers stopped breathing and later died.


The biopsy was not authorized, as Rivers never signed a consent form. And once it began, her vocal cords began to swell, Anderson 360 revealed Tuesday night. But that’s not all. Not only was Korovin not supposed to be treating the comedienne, 81, at this time, medical staffers have also told investigators that she snapped a selfie with the beloved funny woman, while she was under anesthesia – a major violation of privacy, given she did not give her consent to have her picture taken.


Dr. Cohen, who doubled as the clinic’s medical director, has since parted ways with Yorkville. The clinic confirmed his departure, stating, Dr. Cohen “is not currently performing procedures…nor is he currently serving as medical director.”

Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:16 a.m. No.17560406   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0419 >>0438 >>0449 >>0451 >>0538


But… POTUS is attacking SESSIONS via TWITTER so therefore he is not working on behalf of the people’s interest (or POTUS’) [D’s/LEFT LOVE/TRUST SESSIONS!]


jeff got to work quietly in the baackground while recused for russia russia russia

the media was made to think trump and sessions hated each other kek


for all the ones who say trump was an idiot first go around with his staff- ( it all was trap and cleanout/exposure of rats operation / anons know this )

jeff sessions last post was 02/24/2021

and -links to some dasting shit-

if you think about it all

TRUMP second official term

is going to be a real storm for the cabal

Trump has exposed all the bad actors previously, now he is going to wipe the board clean and a NEW GAME IS GOING TO BE PLAYED


read it all



















Anonymous ID: 9e4f4d Sept. 22, 2022, 3:16 a.m. No.17560407   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0431 >>0439 >>0543 >>0857 >>0921 >>0954

Magazine branded 'offensive' for depicting Obama in a turban and his wife as AK47-toting terrorist

By David Gardner for MailOnline

15:49, 14 Jul 2008 , updated 21:28, 14 Jul 2008

Anonymous ID: 400324 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:16 a.m. No.17560408   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0431 >>0543 >>0857 >>0921 >>0954


Canada #35 >>16788006


BlackRock's ESG agenda backfiring as firm reports 1.7 TRILLION dollar loss


BlackRock has pushed the companies it invests in into adopting ESG goals, which include the pursuit of renewable energy, appointing token minorities in management positions, and sacrificing profit to push for social justice.


Asset management firm BlackRock lost $1.7-trillion of its clients' investments since the start of 2022, the figure represents the largest sum ever lost by a single firm in a six-month period, according to Bloomberg analyst, Mark Rubenstein.


In the report, which was published on Wednesday, BlackRock, which maintains holdings in Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon, revealed the extent of the carnage during an investor call last week.


“2022 ranks as the worst start in 50 years for both stocks and bonds,” said Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Larry Fink.


According to Rubenstein, BlackRock’s massive loss comes due to its reliance on passive investment, which often suffers during short-term declines in the stock market.


“While few firms are able to avoid what the market throws at them, some at least try to overcome it. BlackRock is increasingly giving up: At the end of June, only about a quarter of its assets were actively managed to beat a benchmark — rather than track it seamlessly as passive strategies are designed to do. That’s down from a third when BlackRock acquired Barclays Global Investors in 2009 to become the leading player in exchange-traded funds,” Rubenstein explained.


“Within the equities business, the divergence is especially pronounced. Across the industry, assets have leached away from active strategies and into passive. In BlackRock’s case, around $21-billion has flowed out of active equity in the past decade, with $730-billion flowing into indexed equity. The firm’s passive equity holdings are now 10 times larger than its active business, although it does operate some active multi-asset and alternatives strategies that narrow the gap,” Rubenstein continued. “For portfolio managers on the fixed-income side, the evolution of the business portends an ominous future.”


In recent years, BlackRock has garnered a lot of attention for its advocacy of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investing, which has suffered in the recent economic downturn.


Under its ESG agenda, BlackRock has pushed the companies it invests in into adopting ESG goals, which include the pursuit of renewable energy, appointing token minorities in management positions, and sacrificing profit to push for social justice.


As detailed by BlackRock's own report from May, the company’s “firm-wide” efforts have prompted it to engage with investee companies on ESG issues to enhance long-term value.”


The push for ESG has been a top-down policy within BlackRock, with the company’s CEO Larry Fink bragging about how the firm is “forcing behaviors.”


“You have to force behavior and if you don’t force behavior whether it’s gender or race or any way you want to say the composition of your team, you’re going to be impacted,” said Fink in a 2017 interview.

Anonymous ID: a4250a Sept. 22, 2022, 3:18 a.m. No.17560412   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0415


>she snapped a selfie with the beloved funny woman, while she was under anesthesia

'Throat specialist to the stars' who wasn't supposed to be in the room for Joan Rivers' fatal operation was filmed for a documentary on Celine Dion giving the singer a check-up


Dr Gwen Korovin appeared in Celine Dion's 2010 film 'Through the Eyes of the World' and was filmed performing a laryngoscopy on the singer

The 56-year-old physician is believed to be the doctor who performed a biopsy on Joan Rivers just prior to her death

She counts Hugh Jackman, Julie Andrews, Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga as patients

It is believed she watched Dr Lawrence Cohen, of Yorkville Endoscopy clinic, carry out a throat procedure on Joan Rivers on August 28

Joan died on September 4 at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York

Her daughter Melissa is still 'too raw' to think about launching legal action against clinic and her mother's doctors, sources tell MailOnline

Melissa returned to Twitter on Wednesday to thank her mother's fans for all the support

The New York State Department of Health is 'still investigating'

Anonymous ID: 0c91d7 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:20 a.m. No.17560413   🗄️.is 🔗kun

"Why will the war start? Huge capitals, trillions of dollars have nowhere to invest. The only way out for the US is to start a war in some part of Europe, and then a new Marshall plan. First, to supply weapons, and then to rebuild the destroyed Europe. Money demands war, money knocks. That's why Donbass is being bombed every day so that everything is destroyed, the whole of Ukraine and the whole of southern Europe are next. Everything will be in ruins. Prepare for mobilization. Partial!": It is more and more necessary to create some kind of state structure for the study, systematization and use of the prophecies of Zhirinovsky

Anonymous ID: a4250a Sept. 22, 2022, 3:22 a.m. No.17560415   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0424


As has now been widely reported, Dr. Korovin was with Ms. Rivers at Yorkville Endoscopy on East 93rd Street on the morning of Aug. 28, helping out on what was supposed to a routine medical procedure after the comedian had complained of hoarseness. While under sedation, and undergoing two procedures, a laryngoscopy (an examination of her voice box and vocal cords) and an endoscopy (which involves looking at the upper digestive system), Ms. Rivers went into cardiac arrest. Paramedics rushed her from the clinic to Mount Sinai Hospital, where she was kept on life support until she died a week later, on Sept. 4, at 81.

Soon, Dr. Korovin, 56, was tabloid fodder, accused of behaving unprofessionally and perhaps even contributing to the cause of Ms. Rivers’s death.

Perhaps the most serious allegation, according to published reports, was that, in addition to the endoscopy, performed by the clinic’s medical director, Dr. Lawrence B. Cohen, Dr. Korovin performed the laryngoscopy on Ms. Rivers, even though she was not authorized to practice at the clinic. (Dr. Cohen has since resigned as the clinic’s medical director.) In addition, CNN reported that staff members at the clinic told investigators that Dr. Korovin had also used her smartphone to snap a selfie while Ms. Rivers was under anesthesia, telling someone in the room that Ms. Rivers “will think this is funny.” That claim quickly went viral, even as a person described by CNN as close to Dr. Korovin denied to the network that she had taken a selfie or performed an unauthorized procedure.

According to the medical examiner’s report, issued on Oct. 16, the cause of death was “anoxic encephalopathy due to hypoxic arrest during laryngoscopy and upper gastrointestinal endoscopy with Propofol sedation.” (Propofol, which was linked to Michael Jackson’s death in 2009, is an anesthetic known for having a high risk factor for respiratory arrest.)

Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:25 a.m. No.17560419   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0431 >>0438 >>0449 >>0451 >>0543 >>0857 >>0921 >>0954


Remember this image from the cover aof article

how they made Sessions look like a real villlian

on TIME magazine



'Nobody's Above The Law'


this will be mirrored

or flipped

like a boomerrang

one day SOON


'Nobody's Above The Law'



read it all




















future proves past

boom boom boom

from article"

March 29, 2018


Sessions became a close and trusted adviser to the campaign. He was thrilled that Trump had become the pitchman for his positions.

“Here he comes on all of it, boom boom boom,” Sessions told me. “Nobody else was saying that.”



Sessions delivering a speech to police chiefs in Nashville


Sessions reviews remarks to be delivered to a gathering of police chiefs in Nashville in mid-March


“I want to do what the President wants me to do,” says Sessions, seen boarding a government plane to Washington. “I do feel like we’re advancing the agenda that he believes in. And what’s good for me is it’s what I believe in too.”

Anonymous ID: a4250a Sept. 22, 2022, 3:26 a.m. No.17560424   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>Propofol, which was linked to Michael Jackson’s death in 2009, is an anesthetic known for having a high risk factor for respiratory arrest.

The US state of Missouri added propofol to its execution protocol in April 2012. However, Governor Jay Nixon halted the first execution by the administration of a lethal dose of propofol in October 2013 following threats from the European Union to limit the drug's export if it were used for that purpose. The United Kingdom had already banned the export of medicines or veterinary medicines containing propofol to the United States.

Anonymous ID: a4250a Sept. 22, 2022, 3:28 a.m. No.17560429   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Jackson's physician, Conrad Murray, administered 25 milligrams of propofol diluted with lidocaine shortly before Jackson's death.

Anonymous ID: 82a8ba Sept. 22, 2022, 3:28 a.m. No.17560430   🗄️.is 🔗kun



You are blessed and loved


Anonymous ID: 510f99 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:29 a.m. No.17560431   🗄️.is 🔗kun

>>17560165 DOUGH

>>17560330 Handoff


Notes @ 210ish for Incoming Baker





>>17560171, >>17560241, >>17560252 PDJT interview with Nick Craig, Sept. 21 (MP4)

>>17560176 PlaneFag

>>17560216, >>17560223, >>17560230 Continued discussion of Q drops and Sept. 24

>>17560219 Mercola - One Man Wielded the Most Powerful Weapon

>>17560238 Las Vegas approves cannabis lounges to operate within the city

>>17560244 The US Has A Jails Suicide Crisis On Its Hands

>>17560248 The CDC: “estimated number of patients needing anticoagulants expected to double by 2050”

>>17560265 NASA's DART mission will put on an asteroid smashing show next week

>>17560274, >>17560420 First hearing with 'special master' Judge Dearie turns into special disaster for Trump's legal team

>>17560281 Convicted felon accused of shooting 5 at Las Vegas party was deported at least 4 times

>>17560309 The American Dream and other Fairy Tales: Disney Heiress

>>17560311 Shoigu said: we are witnessing the attacks of these weapons on the civilian population. (Ukraine)

>>17560419 From July 2022: Inside Trump '25 - A radical plan for Trump’s second term (Bun +)

>>17560401 Hannity: First interview with PDJT since Mar-A-Lago raid (vid)

>>17560407 New Yorker Magazine branded 'offensive' for depicting Obama in a turban and his wife as terrorist

>>17560408 BlackRock's ESG agenda backfiring as firm reports 1.7 TRILLION dollar loss (from Canada #35)


Omissions, Deletions, Additions?

Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 3:30 a.m. No.17560433   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0543 >>0857 >>0921 >>0954

Fuck Wicked.


Disney World guests blast $625-a-head dinners at fancy resort restaurant


Disney World guests blasted the theme park for jacking up the prices at its most expensive restaurant — where the tab can run as high as $625 per person for a four-hour, 10-course meal.


Located at the Orlando, Fla.-based amusement park’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, the pricey Victoria & Albert’s restaurant re-opened this summer, jacking up its prices by as much as $200 per head depending on the tasting menu.


“I’m sure it’s a great experience and super fancy, but no thanks. I’m out. No chance I’m spending $300 a person to eat some food,” one user wrote on Reddit, referring to the cheapest seven-course tasting menu option.


“Crazy over priced,” another user griped. “Michelin star restaurants in NYC don’t even cost that much (except the very best, like Eleven Madison Park, which is ‘only’ $335).”

Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:32 a.m. No.17560438   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0449 >>0451 >>0543 >>0857 >>0921 >>0954


boom boom boom

>this will be mirrored

>or flipped

>like a boomerrang

> one day SOON




PAIN IS COMING (Thanks Jeff and Trump for THE PLAN. As an oldfag anon, I can see the vision clearly. This has always been war strategy. Comfy.)


read it all and THINK




















future proves past

The Boom

Before the Ban:

QAnon and Facebook

About this report

This report is a collaboration between the Institute

for Strategic Dialogue (ISD) and the nonpartisan

news-rating organisation NewsGuard. It analyses

QAnon-related contents on Facebook during a

period of increased activity, just before the platform

implemented moderation of public contents spreading

the conspiracy theory. Combining quantitative and

qualitative analysis, this report looks at key trends in

discussions around QAnon, prominent accounts in that

discussion, and domains – particularly news websites

– that were frequently shared alongside QAnon

contents on Facebook. This report also recommends

some steps to be taken by technology companies,

governments and the media when seeking to counter

the spread of problematic conspiracy theories like

QAnon on social media.

About ISD

Founded in 2006, ISD is now the leading global

“think and do” tank dedicated to understanding

and innovating real-world responses to the rising

tide of polarisation, hate and extremism of all forms.

We combine anthropological research, expertise

in international extremist movements and an

advanced digital analysis capability that tracks hate,

disinformation and extremism online, with policy

advisory support and training to governments and

cities around the world. W

Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 3:34 a.m. No.17560443   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0460 >>0469 >>0474 >>0946 >>0948

This person was just the headline speaker at the Forbes Women summit. The media has long ceased to care about real women and is now platforming caricatures and you'll be called a bigot for pointing this out.

Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 3:36 a.m. No.17560448   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0543 >>0857 >>0921 >>0954



WARNING! GRAPHIC! At least 10 killed inside the bar in Tarimoro, Guanajuato, Mexico.


Shooting happened in the small community of Tarimoro in Guanajuato state, 1,200 miles west of Cancun and 400 miles east of Puerto Vallarta.



Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:37 a.m. No.17560449   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0451 >>0502






the spread of

problematic conspiracy

theories like


on social media.

The Boom Before the Ban:

QAnon and Facebook


About This Report 2

About ISD 2

About NewsGuard 2

About the authors 3

Acknowledgements 3

Contents 4

Executive summary 6

Glossary 8

Introduction 9

– Key findings 11

Methodology 13

– Data collection 13

Keyword selection 13

– Narrative analysis 14

– Domain analysis 14

Overall trends 15

– Volume over time 15

– Notable peaks in volume-: President Trump comments on QAnon for the first time 15

August surge 16

Key themes 18

– QAnon redpilling 18

– COVID-19 19

– Save The Children 20

– Connecting elites to sex-trafficking crimes 21

– Obamagate/Spygate 22

– Adrenochrome 24

QAnon Superspreader 25

Key actors 27

Most shared domains/links 29

Red-rated sites 30

Green-Rated sites 39 5

The Boom Before the Ban:

QAnon and Facebook

– Other types of websites 42

– Platforms 42

– E-commerce 44

Larry Cook 45

QAnon international 46

Why the international spread? 52

Spanish-language QAnon 47

– Portuguese-language QAnon 47

– Non-US news sites 48

Conclusion 54

Superspreader profiles 54

Misinformation websites 55

– International spread 55

– Recommendations 56

Appendix A – Keyword list 57

References 5

Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 3:39 a.m. No.17560454   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0468 >>0543 >>0833 >>0857 >>0921 >>0954

'dimon i.e. clearly not demon'


If anyone remembers, Dimon & JPMORGAN basically bailed out A LOT of banks after the 2008 housing crisis. There was a great documentary on this and in it Bush & Obama pretty much tell the story of how the collapse was DESIGNED. I saw it once on cable and have never seen it or been able to find it again and I have tried! Dimon is like an octopus, with an arm in everything.

Anonymous ID: a467d6 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:40 a.m. No.17560456   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0543 >>0857 >>0921 >>0954

Dan is up!


Dan Scavino Jr. / @DanScavino

09/22/2022 06:24:48

Twitter: 1572894677191245824


Max Miller / @MaxMillerOH

09/21/2022 13:18:40

Twitter: 1572636440772726784

The Republican Party is united and we are working hard towards victory in November!


Thank you, Chairman @LisaStickan for hosting an amazing Lincoln Day Dinner and thank you to my friend @DanScavino for sharing so many great President Trump stories during the keynote!

Dan Scavino Jr.  retweeted…



Dan Scavino Jr. / @DanScavino

09/22/2022 06:25:06

Twitter: 1572894753364082689


CuyahogaGOP / @CuyahogaGOP

09/21/2022 23:28:43

Twitter: 1572789966123540480

Great time last night at the 30th Annual Lincoln Day Dinner in Cleveland! Special thanks to keynote speaker @DanScavino and event co-host @MaxMillerOH! On to a strong finish this November. #LeadRight #gop #RedWave

Dan Scavino Jr.  retweeted…

Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 3:41 a.m. No.17560459   🗄️.is 🔗kun

bidan: "My dog [named 'commander'] had to wake me up this morning…"


'who has control?'

'commander-in-chief' controlled/commanded by the dog i.e. the 'chief-commander'


(((inbreds))) including dogs and all child rapists are always as evil as possible and are to be drowned.

Anonymous ID: 884c2e Sept. 22, 2022, 3:43 a.m. No.17560462   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0490


always thought he was funnier than maher but think he was too smart in his references for most of the public and his conservative leanings shot him to radio and the occasional fox gig.

Anonymous ID: a4250a Sept. 22, 2022, 3:43 a.m. No.17560463   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0898

Beyond Meat COO arrested for biting man’s nose near Razorback Stadium

Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 3:43 a.m. No.17560465   🗄️.is 🔗kun

💬 'White people will be the first target': South Africa's Julius Malema warns of impending 'violence' because 'the poor are getting poorer'


📌 Daily Mail (


✅ New Right News (

Anonymous ID: 309baf Sept. 22, 2022, 3:46 a.m. No.17560468   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0481


I remember fault being placed at the feet of the democrats for making laws that encouraged mortgages to people who would never be able to pay for the houses they would never be able to afford= planned forclosure collapse…

Pity the fool who buys in to the adjustable mortgage fleecing of America…

Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:47 a.m. No.17560470   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0472 >>0489





Firstly, Facebook’s 6 October ban of QAnon content came too late.

anons were "superspreaders"


In the summer of 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic

spread across the world and forced many inside for

safety and online for social connection, Facebook

activity relating to the baseless

QAnon conspiracy theory experienced an unprecedented surge

Public posts with terms related to QAnon, such as “Where

We Go One We Go All” (WWG1WGA) or “PedoGate”

appeared over 1,000 times a day on average on the

platform and were shared across a wide network of

pages, groups and profiles of influential individuals.

In this research, produced in partnership between

ISD and NewsGuard, we sought to examine this

surge and identify the dominant narratives and

domains among QAnon communities on Facebook.


The resulting report, based on analysis of over

200,000 Facebook posts across five months of

2020, found that the conspiracy experienced

month-on-month growth on Facebook throughout

the year with engagement around QAnon

almost doubling between April and August.


Influential individual Facebook users, termed

“superspreaders” in this report, were found to be

a key link in the conspiracy chain, responsible for

sharing and promoting introductory materials

among new followers, posting videos and instilling a

do-it-yourself ethos that empowered recruits to do

their research, consume more QAnon content and,

in turn, become further indoctrinated.


False claims and disinformation about the severity

of COVID-19, anti-mask and anti-lockdown

campaigning, and baseless, outlandish conspiracy

theories about the origins of COVID-19 were all

absorbed into broader QAnon narratives during

  1. Similarly, QAnon communities were

hijacking and injecting conspiracy theories into the

mainstream discussions about non-governmental

organisations (NGOs) and campaigns seeking to

protect children, such as the Save the Children

movement. This was to advance their claims about

elite-orchestrated child sex-trafficking rings moving

from online spaces to offline events and protests.

Websites that publish disinformation were

frequently shared among QAnon communities on

Facebook, serving as a crucial link in the support

structure for the conspiracy. This includes sites

focused on QAnon themes as well as sites that

deal with more general types of political or cultural

misinformation, both in the US and beyond.


This report also captures the recent international

spread of QAnon, as introductory materials used

to indoctrinate people to QAnon are now being

translated and shared among communities in nonanglophone countries too.


What does this all mean?


Firstly, Facebook’s 6 October ban of QAnon content came too late.

Though pages and groups with tens

of thousands of members that promoted QAnon

were removed from the platform after the ban, the

conspiracy had by then already enjoyed a three year run on Facebook with little to stop it.



Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:48 a.m. No.17560472   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0489







What started as a conspiracy on fringe forums of the

web has now gone global and indoctrinated many,

with platforms like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter

playing a crucial role in facilitating its spread. As

this report shows, even with sweeping actions and

policy changes, it is very difficult to completely

eradicate the conspiracy on these platforms.


Even after the ban, personal Facebook profiles –

many with large followings – are continuing to

discuss and promote the conspiracy. Facebook,

and similar platforms, must consider content

moderation policies that include activity from

individual users who spread harmful conspiracies

like QAnon. Platforms should also consider

deprioritising QAnon content in recommendation

algorithms, in similar ways to their response

to other public health concerns like COVID-19

disinformation. Greater transparency from

platforms in their responses to problematic content

and communities could in fact empower research

institutions and civil society groups to find solutions

to common-interest problems.


This report also includes recommendations for

how media organisations and government bodies

can play a role in countering dangerous conspiracy

theories. This research shows how QAnon followers

cite mainstream reports in ways that support

their conspiratorial beliefs. At all times, media

organisations must not lend credibility or validity to

QAnon and remind their audiences that there is no

evidence to support the wide number of conspiracy

theories wrapped up in this belief system.


For governments, they must respect freedoms

of expression and privacy, but also protect their

citizens by proactively monitoring for the spread

of potentially harmful contents on public social

media channels and designating disinformation

narratives and groups responsible as threats when

appropriate. This will empower national institutions,

social platforms and civil society groups to monitor,

flag and tackle harmful ideologies in more effective

ways as they arise.

Anonymous ID: f70049 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:50 a.m. No.17560475   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0543 >>0857 >>0921 >>0954



eyes on below



note: Consumer pressure is real and this is a very winnable war from those who are allowing child exploitation to profit off it and those who think we are disposable, note will be sharing this on 8kun to get eyes on, being a baker can have a massive reach it exposure. !!!



This is a SGT Special Report. Bill Gates, his foundation, the World Economic Forum and the United Nations are losing the war they are waging against humanity and they are way behind in their goals as I will show you in this video. Oh, and Patreon is run by a guy who seems to love MAPS.

Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 3:50 a.m. No.17560476   🗄️.is 🔗kun

The UN wants to introduce a digital identifier with access to all important aspects of life.

Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 3:55 a.m. No.17560487   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0491

The Gates Foundation awarded Ursula von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission, for her contribution to maintaining peace and stability in the region.

Anonymous ID: 28cea3 Sept. 22, 2022, 3:56 a.m. No.17560489   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0543 >>0857 >>0921 >>0954



regarding all things Q Anon

they implore and instruct the media


organisations hmmmm British?


At all times, media organisations must not lend credibility or validity toQAnon and remind their audiences


>that there is no


>evidence to support the wide number of conspiracy


>theories wrapped up in this belief system.


who is this ISD



who funded this report/study notice the spelling of "organisation" NOT AMERICAN

and it's


the media to


"At all times, media organisations must not lend credibility or validity toQAnon and remind their audiences"



Organisation vs. Organization: What's the … - ProWritingAid › organisation-vs-organization

May 10, 2022 — Organization is the only correct spelling of this word in American English, whilst both spellings are acceptable in British English.






Anonymous ID: bc1fee Sept. 22, 2022, 4 a.m. No.17560495   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Jullie hebben me mijn leven lang naar de klote geholpen en daar heb ik niets voor hoeven doen, en nu ik eenmaal niets meer kan doen zien jullie ook nog gelegenheid mijn valse beloofde toekomst te vergallen voor mijn ogen terwijl ik lijdzaam toeschouwer mag zijn van mijn eigen trieste en eenzame leventje met vele dank aan alle mensen die zogenaamd van houden want wie dat geloven kan is het verstand echt bijster.

Anonymous ID: 884c2e Sept. 22, 2022, 4 a.m. No.17560498   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0505 >>0507


correct, cant imagine a miller in his snl prime doing a show now. IT would be savage team up with a in prime norm still alive. shit those two could take down whole platoons of sjw commies in one stand up special.

Anonymous ID: 309baf Sept. 22, 2022, 4:02 a.m. No.17560499   🗄️.is 🔗kun


I'll admit, Im new to Trololo so I'll be overusing the term for weeks…also I am tenor and it sounds fantastic, I've never sounded so good. Its my new standard response to utter bullshit…

Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 4:02 a.m. No.17560500   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0504

The menu of 1 thousand Australian schools includes insect dishes, for the preparation of which mainly protein-rich grasshopper flour is used, but not only

Anonymous ID: 8a9895 Sept. 22, 2022, 4:03 a.m. No.17560501   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0508


So, you're saying he was intelligent, well-spoken, virile, and capable of using all the tools god blessed him with in his pursuit to represent the greatest Republic on the Earth? Awesome. We need more like him. Men should aspire to be like he was.

Anonymous ID: 884c2e Sept. 22, 2022, 4:12 a.m. No.17560516   🗄️.is 🔗kun

question re Geneva Conventions?


rules for war, so the ds has rules for this, their tin soldier armies and crap, but what are the citizens to do when thy live in occupied territory. That would be a violation of the GA but the DS is everywhere including the people who wrote those provision to have tin soldier wars. I feel like i am missing something and i am not high enough to figure it out. Not even sure if i am wording this right.

Anonymous ID: a467d6 Sept. 22, 2022, 4:12 a.m. No.17560517   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0525 >>0543 >>0609 >>0857 >>0865 >>0881 >>0909 >>0921 >>0954

Trump Is Making Love to QAnon and We Should All Be Terrified


Fierce differences over politics is a sign of a healthy democracy. Pushing an unhinged conspiracy theory to fire up the base is a sign of the apocalypse.


Matt Lewis

Senior Columnist

Published Sep. 20, 2022 4:45AM ET

Anonymous ID: 226984 Sept. 22, 2022, 4:13 a.m. No.17560519   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0523


how do you know anything, then?

how do you get out of bed?

why isn't it that when you wake up you don't try to climb onto the ceiling and fly off to a distant rooftop through a hole in your roof?

why do you put a cup underneath a facet?

what does under even mean?

and is a neath like a heath?

what is a heath?

maybe a neath and a heath are both not real and a facet and a glass are?

so here is a point: some things are real, and other ideas are ideas and conjecture and might be real, and some concepts, are not really ideas because they are nonsense, are fun, to speculatate with, in the world of dreams, but for day to day interaction with non-intimates, and outside of a larp, that 'question the question' thing is tiring.


here is my point:

some things are real

some things are made up concept

some things could be real, but there is no evidence for them

some thing will be, in the future, after people think to make them or do those things.


and some stuff is just word play, a larp for a playful person when they are off shift and doing the fun banter and interaction that we all do, like fantasy, like imaginary friends.

so 1. you alreayd know what the real things are, as evidenced by you being able to function in the world.

  1. after I'm done with my coffee I'll go do real things, not like this conjecture about what is real (I put in a contradiction at the end so you know not to take me as an authority).


if you know not what is real or with substance, you will figure it out quick enough when you bump into it.

Anonymous ID: fe956f Sept. 22, 2022, 4:17 a.m. No.17560528   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0544



A North Dakota man was arrested after a political argument he had with a "Republican extremist" teenager that ended in the man fatally hitting him with his car.


Shannon Brandt, 41, called North Dakota Highway Patrol Sunday, admitting that he'd struck a pedestrian in an alleyway in McHenry with his 2003 Ford Explorer head-on. His victim was Cayler Ellingson, 18, who had just been at a street dance in the area. Brandt claimed Ellingson was part of a Republican extremist group, according to the report from the highway patrol, and the two had gotten into an argument over politics.


kill a nazi repub is fine?

Anonymous ID: 226984 Sept. 22, 2022, 4:19 a.m. No.17560532   🗄️.is 🔗kun


you don't need to understand all the workings of technology or language to use it for most things that it's designed to be used.

the whole bit about 'being lost in the search for truth' thing is a bogus bit that is done to make peple waste their time. It's OK when there are idle hours, and others are willing to play along. but if you persist with it, all day, you'll find that many people will become annoyed with your behavior and then, depending on if they like you or not, and how their moral fiber compels them to interact, they may put up with you. but if you annoy them too much they may shut you out of their activities and put you to the side.

Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 4:23 a.m. No.17560542   🗄️.is 🔗kun

anubis is the 'anti-christ' the 'khrist of the inbred' or 'the least inbred' of the (((inbreds))), a jackal ~ (((jakob))) that after 'learning' that it is a product of (((inbreeding))) and should never exist as how the (((inbred))) judas was made to hang by Jesus God, the (((inbred))) will if they do not commit suicide always try to become as evil as possible, i.e. the 'opposite/anti' of Christ 'to keep living' and will start to rape children unless killed.


(((inbreeding))) = child rape = endless death = losing Jesus to become as evil as possible and has to be killed to protect children from rape and murder.

Anonymous ID: 510f99 Sept. 22, 2022, 4:23 a.m. No.17560543   🗄️.is 🔗kun

>>17560165 DOUGH

>>17560330 Handoff


Notes @ 315ish for Incoming Baker

Collextor OUT!

''Help the Eventual Baker! Call out Notables!!''





>>17560171, >>17560241, >>17560252 PDJT interview with Nick Craig, Sept. 21 (MP4)

>>17560176 PlaneFag

>>17560216, >>17560223, >>17560230 Continued discussion of Q drops and Sept. 24

>>17560219 Mercola - One Man Wielded the Most Powerful Weapon

>>17560238 Las Vegas approves cannabis lounges to operate within the city

>>17560244 The US Has A Jails Suicide Crisis On Its Hands

>>17560248 The CDC: “estimated number of patients needing anticoagulants expected to double by 2050”

>>17560265 NASA's DART mission will put on an asteroid smashing show next week

>>17560274, >>17560420 First hearing with 'special master' Judge Dearie turns into special disaster for Trump's legal team

>>17560281 Convicted felon accused of shooting 5 at Las Vegas party was deported at least 4 times

>>17560309 The American Dream and other Fairy Tales: Disney Heiress

>>17560311 Shoigu said: we are witnessing the attacks of these weapons on the civilian population. (Ukraine)

>>17560419, >>17560438, >>17560489 From July 2022: Inside Trump '25 - A radical plan for Trump’s second term (Bun +)

>>17560401 Hannity: First interview with PDJT since Mar-A-Lago raid (vid)

>>17560407 New Yorker Magazine branded 'offensive' for depicting Obama in a turban and his wife as terrorist

>>17560408 BlackRock's ESG agenda backfiring as firm reports 1.7 TRILLION dollar loss (from Canada #35)

>>17560433 Disney's Victoria & Albert’s restaurant jacking up its prices by as much as $200 per head

>>17560448 At least 10 killed inside a Tarimoro, Guanajuato, Mexico bar

>>17560454 Jamie Dimon: Stopping oil and gas production would be "road to hell for US"

>>17560456 Dan is up! Lincoln Day Dinner and retweet

>>17560475 SGT Special Report. Bill Gates, his foundation, the World Economic Forum and the United Nations

>>17560510 Via social media: A city bus in Donetsk, which was hit by artillery of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (vid)

>>17560517 Trump Is Making Love to QAnon and We Should All Be Terrified

>>17560526 Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz on Rashida Tlaib statement: antisemitic

Anonymous ID: e5bd9c Sept. 22, 2022, 4:24 a.m. No.17560545   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0852





Is there any sauce for any of these interpretations? I've not seen any sauce and any time I've seen an anon ask for sauce they have been met with criticism that they were dumb and didn't know military protocols or some shit.

If you search for the meaning of a starless flag you will find a lot of links, essentially to the same source, over the last few days but you will find virtually nothing about it when you do a date range search.

Everything I know about flag code and decorum suggests that a starless flag as presented here would be a huge no-no in the US, especially any event hosting a former president. And any suggestion that the meaning of this is "enemy occupation of the 50 states", "your complete annihilation", or "negotiations are over" are purely speculation.

Now, I would accept that this flag is possibly poorly lit, or it appears to be quilted in some way so it may be more decorative perhaps. But I still don't see that as a possible explanation to violate US flag code. And the stars do look, to this anon's eyes, to have been intentionally modified for effect.

What I have found in my additional research tonight is section 10. Interestingly,


"§10. Modification of rules and customs by President

Any rule or custom pertaining to the display of the flag of the United States of America, set forth herein, may be altered, modified, or repealed, or additional rules with respect thereto may be prescribed, by the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of the United States, whenever he deems it to be appropriate or desirable; and any such alteration or additional rule shall be set forth in a proclamation"

Available here and many other places:


So I humbly ask again, as other anons have as well, where is the sauce that a starless flag has this intepretation that has spread like wildfire?

Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 4:28 a.m. No.17560550   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Is beheading the latest “trend“?


Florida man tried to behead man in convenience store with scissors


A Florida man stabbed an acquaintance 40 times with a pair of scissors in an attempted beheading inside a convenience store, officials said.


According to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, Edmund Clarke, 36, entered the location with the son of an elderly man he serves as a caretaker for.


Video of the Monday incident shows Clarke suddenly grabbing a pair of scissors he spotted inside the store and lunging at the victim as the bloody attack unfolds.


Deputies said Clarke allegedly hacked away at the man in an attempt to behead him — and grabbed other knives he found inside the store during the incident.


Clarke’s alleged assault lasted several minutes before cops arrived at the scene. The victim was rushed to a local hospital with severe wounds to his head, neck and torso.


According to an arrest report, Clarke had served as a caretaker for the victim’s father for roughly a decade, WINK reported.


The two met at some point before the incident and Clarke asked to go to the store to get something to eat.


According to a witness, Clarke began experiencing hallucinations and ranted about being targeted by an unknown enemy before launching the assault.


Clarke attempted to behead the victim, WINK reported.


He was arrested at the scene and hit with attempted murder raps.


“This disgusting crime will not be tolerated in Lee County,” said Sheriff Carmine Marceno. “I am proud of the quick response of our deputies that helped save the victim’s life, and the hard work of my detectives to take Clarke off the street.”

Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 4:30 a.m. No.17560552   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0557 >>0570

Over My area…


WATCH: Sparks and falling debris as United Airlines plane takes off from Newark Airport. It dumped fuel and landed safely

Anonymous ID: 884c2e Sept. 22, 2022, 4:31 a.m. No.17560553   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0814


so that guy sitting next to her is her husband. Look how absolutely broken he is. holding his hand like that is also suspect. i really hate these people. Wonder what she mouthed to the kid at the end though.

Anonymous ID: 3b2d96 Sept. 22, 2022, 4:31 a.m. No.17560554   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0857 >>0921 >>0954

GOP Senate Leader McConnell Pull $9.6 Million In Funding From AZ Senate GOP Candidate Blake Masters


  • Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s Senate Leadership has pulled $9.6 million in funding for America First Senate candidate Blake Masters in Arizona.

  • In response, some conservative groups have been quick pump new money into Masters’ campaign.

  • Former President Trump has not been kind to McConnell, saying recently, “Why do Republicans Senators allow a broken down hack politician, Mitch McConnell, to openly disparage hard-working

Republican candidates for the United States Senate,”

Anonymous ID: 884c2e Sept. 22, 2022, 4:40 a.m. No.17560562   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0564 >>0585


stopped along time ago i feel bad about that i do but they have pushed me beyond my breaking point and i only see it as they created this, our movement our thoughts our anger is because of shit attitudes like that. Just let people be was that so tough now we get verbally accosted, blamed, silenced and it is a wonder more anons dont sperg out publicly and call people niggerfaggots instead of just resorting to it online. They have no clue how far people have been pushed and what that push back is going to feel like once that monolith fully awakens.

Anonymous ID: 82a8ba Sept. 22, 2022, 4:40 a.m. No.17560563   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0565 >>0569 >>0616

Ignorantia legis non excusat


No man shall, under the pretence of an ignorance of the law, excuse himself from the performance of his own obligations.




Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 4:46 a.m. No.17560570   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0634




Russian military rains down terrifying barrage of incendiary shells on Ukrainian village



Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 4:49 a.m. No.17560575   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Anonymous ID: bcffc8 Sept. 22, 2022, 4:52 a.m. No.17560578   🗄️.is 🔗kun


Nice trips!


Fact-check says its both from early Dec 21.

The rightmost clip, which shows Biden in front of a blue banner with eagle insignia, was recorded first. It comes from a longer speech on the administration's response to economic and supply chain issues on Dec. 1, 2021, and was delivered in the Eisenhower Executive Building, C-SPAN archives and the White House transcript show.

The clip on the left side of the meme comes from a news conference Biden gave on December 3, 2021. The large, white fireplace visible in the clip, decorated with pine branches and string lights for the holidays, is that of the White House State Dining Room, according to C-SPAN and the White House transcript.

Anonymous ID: 82a8ba Sept. 22, 2022, 4:53 a.m. No.17560579   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0586 >>0589 >>0803 >>0807



No. Nobody here except strangers next door. Friends and family abandoned me long ago.

And all think I´m a nut when I just say anything.

Solitude with God is just fine.


Nobody is obligated to allow them to get hurt while trying to tell truth. And on QR you may do that without getting hurt.

Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 4:53 a.m. No.17560583   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0584

Ukraine Threatens Decade In Prison For Voting To Join Russia


Deputy Prime Minister Irina Vereshchuk revealed Ukrainian citizens could face up to a decade in prison for taking part in referendums over joining Russia, and face bans on working for up to 15 years.


“I strongly advise residents of the temporarily occupied territories: do not take a [Russian] passport, do not go to referendums, do not cooperate with the occupiers and leave, if it’s possible,” the official stated.


Referendums are planned to take place in the Lugansk and Donetsk Peoples’ Republics, as well as Kherson and Zaporozhye regions, from 23-27 September.

Anonymous ID: 7287f1 Sept. 22, 2022, 4:56 a.m. No.17560586   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>No. Nobody here except strangers next door. Friends and family abandoned me long ago.

>And all think I´m a nut when I just say anything.

>Solitude with God is just fine.

o7 Fren

You are not alone, it may feel like it at times but rest assured that angels walk with you every day.

Anonymous ID: 884c2e Sept. 22, 2022, 4:59 a.m. No.17560589   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0607 >>0622


only place left really. we got each other and that is ok for right now breaks my heart ,go crazy most days, isolation is shit, but like you said it's good. could be better but its ok. This war has taken alot out of all of us i think but yeah no homo and all that.

Anonymous ID: a27486 Sept. 22, 2022, 5 a.m. No.17560591   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0675

And suddenly there came from heaven a sound like a mighty rushing wind, and it filled the entire house where they were sitting. And divided tongues as of fire appeared to them and rested on each one of them. And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues as the Spirit gave them utterance.

You will go up, you will come like a storm; you will be like a cloud covering the land, you and all your troops, and many peoples with you.". Matthew 7:24-27. "Therefore everyone who hears these words of Mine and acts on them, may be compared to a wise man who built his house on the rock.



Anonymous ID: 884c2e Sept. 22, 2022, 5:04 a.m. No.17560594   🗄️.is 🔗kun


been floating around pol more. 23-27 to be precise and it ranges from asteroids to pole shifts to trump arrest to what ever you or the media can lie about or spin or plant or what ever. May have been some clock fagging about it but i usually ignore that stuff. Like everything put no stock in anything till something happens then use that to figure out what has happened and maybe help prognosticate with a bit more accuracy next time.

Anonymous ID: 82a8ba Sept. 22, 2022, 5:05 a.m. No.17560595   🗄️.is 🔗kun



And concerning authorities, I figured ways to question their status quo (which would result in exposing their lies if they played along by their own rules). Towards them I do not claim to know the truth or tell them directly.

It´s fun to beat them with a forced tie in chess.

Anonymous ID: 40a2d1 Sept. 22, 2022, 5:06 a.m. No.17560600   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0606

First I heard about this "Glitch".

Looks like those that took advantage will have to pay now.

Sheesh: Dude Gets Hit With Over $70K In Charges After Doing The "DoorDash Glitch"!

Anonymous ID: 545220 Sept. 22, 2022, 5:07 a.m. No.17560603   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0857 >>0921 >>0954

Rest assured, we will stop those who are keen on global domination. ~Putin


The citizens of Russia can rest assured that the territorial integrity of our Motherland, our independence and freedom will be defended – I repeat – by all the systems available to us. Those who are using nuclear blackmail against us should know that the wind rose can turn around.


It is our historical tradition and the destiny of our nation to stop those who are keen on global domination and threaten to split up and enslave our Motherland. Rest assured that we will do it this time as well.


Isn't that the same goal that Q and the anons have?

Anonymous ID: 4393d4 Sept. 22, 2022, 5:07 a.m. No.17560605   🗄️.is 🔗kun


Sep 22, 2020 3:03:33 AM EDT

Q !!Hs1Jq13jV6

[past 7 days]

Have you ever witnessed a full-blown international mainstream media constant [barrage] [counter]attack re: a 'conspiracy'?

Simple logic answers the question.


Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 5:08 a.m. No.17560608   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0857 >>0921 >>0954

🇱🇻At the Russian Embassy in Riga, there is a queue of those wishing to obtain a Russian passport.


In July, the President of Latvia said that residents of the country who support the special operation in Ukraine may be deprived of Latvian citizenship.


The State Duma at the autumn session intends to consider simplifying the procedure for obtaining Russian citizenship for residents of the Baltic countries.


Subscribe to @Sputnik

Anonymous ID: b65f2c Sept. 22, 2022, 5:09 a.m. No.17560609   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0804 >>0813


Why won't ANY fake news hit piece author ask Trump whetherQ, NOT 'Qanon', butQ, is real?


They have asked him about 'Qanon', which is really the fake news' label, but nobody has asked Trump about 'Q'.


If they were sooooooo 'concerned' about it, why wouldn't they at least SPEAK THE CORRECT WORD 'Q'?


Anon knows fake news msm are lurking on this board, so this question here is now 'known' as the one that needs to be asked.

Anonymous ID: 329312 Sept. 22, 2022, 5:09 a.m. No.17560610   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0635


Well, somebody needs to take control of the sloppy hoes bodies! Dirty sluts can't even control their own poison wombs!

It's WAY easier to prevent pregnancy than to end it.

Fucking moron groids are worse than stray dogs in heat! Twerk it ya fuckin monkeys!

Anonymous ID: a4250a Sept. 22, 2022, 5:10 a.m. No.17560613   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0615

Biden’s monkeypox adviser is trying manage a virus while dodging talk of Satanism

Demetre Daskalakis has become caricatured as a tattooed oddity among buttoned-up bureaucrats. The truth is far different. “I wish I were that interesting,” he says.

But increasingly, right wing critics have painted him as a caricature, far different from the actor who scrolls the Italian country-side in search of mouth watering meals. Sifting through Daskalakis’ Instagram feed, they’ve plucked out thirst trap shirtless posts showing off his tattoos — accusing him of being a Satanist.

They included tweets like the one alleging that “Joe Biden appointed a Satanist to the White House” because of his pentagram tattoo. Another tweet featured a photo of him shirtless and asked, “seriously?” Many of the images were mined from his Instagram page, which is chock-full of shirtless pictures showing off 30-plus other tattoos. One article that featured numerous photos of him said “Dr. Daskalakis’s social media presence reveals a penchant for pentagrams and other Satanic symbolism.”

Daskalakis laughs off the charge. For the record, he confirms he’s not a Satanist. “I wish I were that interesting.”

Anonymous ID: 36553e Sept. 22, 2022, 5:11 a.m. No.17560614   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0618

Military commiserate in Chechnya this morning, mobilization in full swing across Russia

Anonymous ID: dd5aff Sept. 22, 2022, 5:12 a.m. No.17560617   🗄️.is 🔗kun


It's pretty funny how the glowniggers in msm are painting her as an ex cult member who got sucked back into a cult known as "Qanon."


Dis gunna be guuuuud!

Anonymous ID: 884c2e Sept. 22, 2022, 5:13 a.m. No.17560619   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0624 >>0625 >>0643 >>0653 >>0655 >>0656 >>0671 >>0679


i hope you get than i really do, think i am just a little too burned out on all this as of late and all i remember is this war. Ifeel like that comes from a movie, rambo maybe. Kind just burned out on humanity, like i want it for others more than me now. Psych wars burn people out also, the knowing. Just like soldiers who fought in battle will never be able to really state what happened, i think anons will and do feel that same way, we have seen som shit and the worst shit possible in some cases and we have to process all that info in just our heads the brutal nature of evil of hate and try not to become the monster as well and retain the soul and humanity that is needed to make things better in this beautiful creation.

Anonymous ID: 8e549d Sept. 22, 2022, 5:15 a.m. No.17560626   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0632


Bill and Melinda gates foundation got a free promo shout out on the season opener of Survivor last news.


The producer creator of the show (also of the Aprrentice) is suppose to be a Trump supporter )

Anonymous ID: b65f2c Sept. 22, 2022, 5:16 a.m. No.17560628   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>It is a manufactured sound designed to convince people that men have a right to take control of a woman's body.

That right there is a dialectic of INVOKING the 'sound' of its own negation.

Abrams is repeating the manufactured narrative that pro life is about 'men controlling women's bodies' when in reality it is all people protecting human life, regardless of gender, and that the manufactured gender narrative is designed to cover the true purpose of the D's push for abortion, which is to implement a fetus trafficking industry to fund political careers and to maintain a supply chain for rituals to moloch.

Anonymous ID: e83e71 Sept. 22, 2022, 5:17 a.m. No.17560630   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0674


Poor Don didn't have much to say after this lady ripped him a new fucking ass over this reparations shit. The reason they don't talk about the Africa blacks selling their own people and holding them accountable is because there is no fucking money there.

Anyone who clamors for reparations can go fuck themselves. Just like every other thing these filth advocate for, there is always a slide. Big Fucking Slide.

Anonymous ID: bcffc8 Sept. 22, 2022, 5:20 a.m. No.17560638   🗄️.is 🔗kun


Just want to understand what this anon is claiming with these images.

9/11 and Sep 24 look similar. 9/11 was delayed twice, should have occurred in late August. Are Saudis going to wreck into buildings in NY? MbS has KSA well under control, so don't really see that again.

Anonymous ID: 445d20 Sept. 22, 2022, 5:23 a.m. No.17560641   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0647 >>0651 >>0654 >>0661 >>0857 >>0921 >>0954

The Swamp Today

Timelines Change.

Thursday, September 22, 2022


The House Stands Adjourned Until September 22, 2022 at 9:00 AM EDT

The Senate Stands Adjourned Until September 22, 2022 at 10:00 AM EDT


Secretary Blinken is on travel to New York City, New York from September 18-23, 2022.


. . .


September 21, 2022 - September 25, 2022


SEPT 14-18, 21-25 [track & follow events]


September 22, 2022 - September 23, 2022

Economics of Artificial Intelligence Conference, Fall 2022

National Bureau of Economic Research


September 22, 2022 - September 23, 2022

Multiple Micronutrient Supplementation Consultation

World Health Organization (WHO) United Nations


September 22, 2022 - September 23, 2022

4th World Bank IFS ODI Tax Conference: Global Tax Equity

World Bank, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Overseas Development Institute


September 22, 2022 - September 23, 2022

Meeting of the Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee

Food and Drug Administration


September 22, 2022 - September 23, 2022

Collaborate To Create Change: Towards Racial and Socioeconomic Equity in our Scholarship, Research & Teaching

George Washington University Law School


September 22, 2022

Webinar: Interagency Banker Roundtable: Supporting Community Development in the Lakeland-Winter Haven, Fla., Area

Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation


1:00 AM EDT

Energy Saving vs Sustainable AI and Data | Serge Conesa Founder, Chairman & CEO Immersion4

WHO and ai for good is organized by ITU in partnership with 40 UN Sister Agencies and co-convened with Switzerland


8:00 AM EDT

Tax Policy and the Economy, 2022

National Bureau of Economic Research


8:00 AM EDT

Secretary Blinken meets with the Foreign Ministers of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan

New York City, New York


8:30 AM EDT

Vikasarth 2022 Session 2: Emigration, Consumption Boom and the Service Economy

Institute for New Economic Thinking and the Centre for Public Policy Research


8:30 AM EDT

Research Advisory Committee on Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses

Department of Veterans Affairs


8:30 AM EDT

176th Meeting of the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee

Food and Drug Administration


8:30 AM EDT

World Production, Markets, and Trade Report Release - Export Sales Report Weekly Export Sales

Foreign Agricultural Service, Department of Agriculture


9:00 AM EDT

United States V. Danchenko

Status Conference set for 9/22/2022 at 09:00 AM in Alexandria Courtroom 701 before District Judge Anthony J. Trenga has been continued to September 29, 2022, at 10:00 a.m.


9:00 AM EDT

The Global Climate Policy Partnership: Decarbonizing Global Manufacturing

Resources for the Future


Anonymous ID: 82a8ba Sept. 22, 2022, 5:24 a.m. No.17560643   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0662



I already have my own therapy in mind. I´m going to build a boat all out of wood. Working with my hands and setting my mind on simple tasks.

Wood and fish don´t lie.

The ability to do so will also prove my liberty/freedom. I will not do it according classic established ways. I will not ask for permit, neither to build it, nor to sail it.

It will be my very own catameran with autark energy and water. My turtle shell home, a location that stays familiar, but is mobile enough to change location.

I´ll be the "Turtle-Rider" and I´ll be happy.

To build it is my therapy.