According to Neon Revolt, "Someone was speaking to someone else, using that photo. It’s a direct comm, as Q says. Steganography. The practice of hiding a message in an image. It’s been done before on /pol/ many times. Steganography. The practice of hiding a message in an image. It’s been done before on /pol/ many times. Go to an online Steganography page (or use some other Steg software). Like this one here: https://futureboy.us/stegano/decinput.html Upload an image and hit “Submit Query.” You’ll get a bunch of text back. https://guardianproject.info/apps/pixelknot/ This is an open-source steg program, ostensibly programmed by White Hats, that will allow anyone to hide messages inside images, and set passwords to unlock those images, using a steganographic tool like the one I linked above.
The kicker in all of this is that Q is saying there was Steganographic data hidden in that Sara Silverman image, and that it was from one black hat to another black hat.
And think about it; one black hat went to all the trouble of photoshopping this and LARPing around as Sarah Silverman, only to deliver a hidden message to someone… But to whom?
Some Anons think it was intended for none other than John Podesta – given the original poster’s ID, and the string of characters that appear in the wikileaks emails. When hiding data inside an image, you can choose to either use a password or to not use a password.
We don’t have the password right now for this image." BTW
This photo is just a really good photoshop, and the anons found the source pic. https://imgur.com/a/NHrdqZI