Adverse Interests – The Danger Within the “Q Phenomena’s” Current Messaging…

Let me start by saying I mean no disrespect to those individuals who enjoy the riddles posted by an unknown entity who writes under the nom de plume “Q”.  However, the time has come where aspects within the well promoted “Q narrative” are now a risk and must be addressed.  Please bear with me….

The baseline – In the aggregate the “Q narrative” has been: there’s a coordinated effort by President Trump and officials to expose, and confront, corrupt entities within the “deep state.”  The essential element within the narrative, as pushed by the “Q” entity, is that President Trump is aware of, and coordinating, some larger plan.

Hopefully that brief baseline summary is not controversial, and most would agree that’s been the structural and purposeful intent of the overall message.

Structurally, and factually, this claim is false.  However, that’s not the problem. Within this theory, that seems to have garnered a considerable following, there is now a danger to the office of the president; and however well-intentioned the theory initially might have been, it urgently needs to stop being spread.

As you have seen recently, yesterday, President Trump is forcefully repeating that he has not had any contact with current Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker.  Part of the reason President Trump has to do this is because this false narrative, the “Q Theory”, has been drum-beaten by well-intentioned supporters.  Many of those supporters, genuinely good people, have believed this coordinated theory.  However, it is false.

Conversely, all of President Trump’s opposition is trying to attach President Trump to the actions and intents of his new Acting Attorney General. The false “Q” narrative helps them.

Currently the Trump opposition, writ large, would love nothing more than to frame the President over taking executive action that puts the Mueller investigation at risk; and thereby attaches him to some form of obstruction.  If people keep pushing the “Q theory” of President Trump orchestrating moves; that narrative is adverse to his actual interests.

That false narrative actually impedes Whitaker from diminishing Mueller as a sword of Damocles over the office of the president.

The opposition to the office of the president desire to have the office of Attorney General in a position of compromise, and subsequent recusal.  This was the reason why there was such a push by that same opposition to force the recusal of AG Jeff Sessions; whereby the DOJ is then hamstrung in the ability of the AG to defend the executive.

So long as opposition can rely on, and manipulate, embed (and likely corrupt) DOJ and FBI officials toward their goals, things are in their favor.  If the opposition can no longer work around the AG, their efforts at removing President Trump are more difficult.

If the AAG is both: (A) independent from the White House; and (B) simultaneously looking out for the genuine interests of the executive [note: not mutually exclusive] and confronting historic corrupt behavior, those within the entrenched DC system have a much harder time trying to frame the President out of office.

President Trump’s political and administrative opposition didn’t care about the “Q narrative” (which is false), because it was of no consequence for a bunch of people to mistakenly think that President Trump and Jeff Sessions were coordinating (they weren’t) an effort against the deep state (never happening) while they had the AG recused.  However, with a fully empowered AG that same message (which is false) will be leveraged to oppose any adverse action by Matthew Whitaker; and demand his recusal.

Can you see how the dynamic shifts?

Does that make sense?

This is how the “Q Narrative” now becomes a liability.

I’ve not been confrontational to the game of the “Q riddles” until recently.  To each his own; and most of the stuff is harmless and the community seems to have fun with it. However, once I saw what was predictably going to happen; and strongly sensing Sessions was about to get dispatched; and against a mountain of research, and suspicions, I have gone through about a genuine network of information; I saw the warning signs and began trying to stop the spread of the “Q” virus – at least on this website.

So my message to those loosely connected/tenuously labeled, “former intelligence officials”, ie. those behind the Q message board, is to please stop with the “trust the plan” stuff.

If you need to modify the messaging because you are financially dependent on keeping the game alive, then so be it…. Same request applies to the downstream benefactors… But please modify the narrative to a more factual and substantive one.

[If it helps, soon there will be a reality-based origin for you to modify the riddles]

The key point here is for all of you to please stop pushing a narrative that President Trump is somehow coordinating or influencing an investigative or confrontational outcome.  He isn’t; he never has been; and he will not be in the future.  However, that narrative, false though it always has been, is now a genuine problem.   I am making this request politely and hopefully you can digest the problem as the landscape has changed.

President Trump is spending an inordinate amount of time reaffirming the reality that he has no connection to anything AG Matthew Whitaker has done in the past; or might do in the future.

If “Q riddle originators” and “Q riddle followers” keep pushing this “trust the plan” narrative, in any form – but specifically as it relates to the involvement of the President (which is false), you will actually be hurting the administration; and the larger goal of those who are factually trying to work internally within the corrupt systems to bring the needed change within the institutions.

President Trump will need to confirm a new U.S. Attorney General (Sessions replacement) and likely a new DAG (Rosenstein replacement), as well as a new FBI Director and Deputy in the near future (Wray and Bowditch).  All of them have been Mueller enablers [see here] And, with the FL and AZ senate race results tenuous, there may be a diminishing margin for controversy (aggressive, actual swamp draining candidates) in the nomination process.

Please, and thank you.

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1,259 Responses to Adverse Interests – The Danger Within the “Q Phenomena’s” Current Messaging…

  1. LULU says:

    “Q Movement”? All I see that it has done is cause division in the Treehouse. That is sad. Perhaps that was its goal? To cause splits in the sold conservative Trump-backing forums?

    Liked by 16 people

    • Kristin says:

      Lulu: you say there are people who chose Q over CTH? No big loss there.

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      • LULU says:

        My point was not about “losing” people. It was about their deciding to bring their “belief” here and to become upset about and rant at those – including SD – who don’t believe it is worthy of being promoted here.

        Not about free speech. There are plenty of places where they are already talking about Q as much as they want to. SD has asked them not to promote Q here.

        It seems a bit like what Jim Acosta tried to pull with the President the other day. Acosta was a guest of the President in the White House. He was rude. He did not play by the rules. Would not play by the rules.

        Maybe this concept is too difficult for some to understand? Or maybe they just want to prevail over their host as Acosta did?

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  2. jmclever says:

    Remember that time Hillary gave a speech about how a cartoon frog was a problem in America? Racist! she insisted. I will be laughing so hard I wont be able to breathe if they respond to Q in the same way. Whitaker can’t be AG or even AAG because Q!

    Liked by 10 people

  3. eric says:

    it’s hurting President Trump because that has been the purpose all along….deep state loves riddles and games.

    Liked by 7 people

    • C R Lord says:

      Have you had the opportunity to sit down with Q and analyze what Q’s motivation is so you can justify your accusation? Doubtful? Whatever else Q might be to you, me or anyone else; I can guarantee Q is the enemy of the deep state not an ally.

      Liked by 11 people

      • singingsoul says:

        When President Trump posts on Twitter one message and Q posts opposit and Trumpsters swear that Trump does not really means it then it’s a problem.
        I can see the danger if Trump’s enemies begin to use Qs words against him as if it is real even if it is not..
        I have seen it President says one thing Q another and everyone things Trump is plating chess.
        Believe what POTUS says this is not a game and it is dangerous to play games.

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        • C R Lord says:

          The President and Q are deliberately creating disinformation in order to confound their enemies. It would take a long time to explain how all that works but it is getting the job done. TSD has consumed the democrats and those working against America outside our borders and it comes from the very thing you just stated.

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          • Deb says:

            You have no proof this is what is happening. You just want to believe it is. Ok, believe what you like, but it isn’t helping. The only people being “disinformed” are people pulled into complacency by Q posts.

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      • Mr. T. says:

        C R Lord, have YOU taken a closer look at the crap “Q” has posted? Much of it is not based on fact, it’s mostly based on speculation. Sundance on the other hand, goes through great pains to seek out FACTUAL information. Times when he gives an opinion, it is based on that factual information, not conjecture such as what “Q” is known for. To be honest with you, I think “Q” is part of the deep state. He puts out just enough to make you think he wants to take on the swamp, and then fertilizes that with a lot of horseshit. Q’s lawn may look good but stinks to high heavens.

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      • Mr. T. says:

        C R Lord, have YOU taken a closer look at the crap “Q” has posted? Much of it is not based on fact, it’s mostly based on speculation. Sundance on the other hand, goes through great pains to seek out FACTUAL information. Times when he gives an opinion, it is based on that factual information, not conjecture such as what “Q” is known for. To be honest with you, I think “Q” is part of the deep state. He puts out just enough to make you think he wants to take on the swamp, and then fertilizes that with a lot of horseshit. Q’s lawn may look good but stinks to high heavens.

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  4. RedBallExpress says:

    I remember shortly after Trump won the presidential election about half the “old” posters on CTH posted fantasies of hanging Hillary, Obama and so on, each one more gruesome than the last. When it didn’t happen by about January 10, 2016 they became extremely bitter and argumentative and most of them have never been back.

    I predict a well timed exodus of fair weather friends after this election also.

    Most of us follow the CTH because of the facts and well researched articles.

    If you are addicted to fantasy, rip the stupid Q button off your keyboard!

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    • C R Lord says:

      Red Ball Express – Addicted to fantasy? Aren’t you the respectful one? Stupid Q button? Insulting people will never win them to your side. If you can’t articulate your opinion without marginalizing someone you should refrain from posting.

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  5. Lawrence says:

    It’s weird that one masked crusader is criticizing another, but…
    I love Sundance and thank him/her/them/ for his hard work.
    I love the Q movement and thank the millions of anons for their patriotism and hard work.
    I participate in both forums.
    SUNDANCE is more narrow in scope.
    Q is the 1st amendment in action, not theory.
    SUNDANCE appeals primarily to an older demographic.
    Q appeals to and has awakened a younger demographic that has been mal-educated.
    BOTH are unified behind the most dynamic President and leader the world has seen in my lifetime.
    And that’s fine by me.
    We’re either screwed or renewed. Something’s got to give.
    Big picture is the Cabal/Deep State/banksters have suffered tremendous downside exposure to their “investments” because of these citizen efforts.
    I don’t see the upside in telling people to ignore an ally in this fight.
    Why are some still afraid of what the discredited MSM thinks of us?

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    • H.R. says:

      But, but… Sundance isn’t claiming to be helping President Trump with a plan. That’s the difference.

      And as Sundance pointed out some time ago, there is no ‘Plan.’ President Trump expects his appointees to work towards implementing the MAGA agenda, including draining the swamp, by the means and laws they have at their disposal and working to lawfully change the rules and regulations where needed.

      ‘Q’ has been useful in many of the ways you have pointed out, but ‘Q’ claiming there is a Plan and that Q knows the plan, and then having ‘Q’ aficionados bolster that claim is counterproductive – actually adverse – to President Trump’s agenda and his ability to govern.

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      • PatriotKate says:

        Do you honestly think that Donald Trump embarked on this journey as President, a job he didn’t need, without a Plan? Are you kidding me?

        The man is BRILLIANT, has long had his own Intelligence people. What do you suppose he was doing all those years at cocktail parties – as the only sober one? Where do you suppose his heart-throb former Bodyguard is today? I’ll bet he’s working in the background as well.

        Lawrence is absolutely correct. “It’s weird that one masked crusader is criticizing another, but…”

        I’ve been here for years now and nothing annoys me more than people who disrespect others and their opinions and then disparagingly call them names! It’s fine to state your opinion, but for me, I can do without being labeled.

        United We Stand. Divided we Fall!

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        • -Gary says:

          You don’t become a billionaire without a plan. You don’t become a billionaire without being ‘quick minded’. You don’t become a billionaire without pissing off a few people. You don’t become a billionaire without being a hard-ass when necessary.

          Substitute president for billionaire above if desired.

          Most politicians are millionaires when they leave office. So may Trump. Difference is, he came in a billionaire.

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      • C R Lord says:

        Only if Q isn’t real and if Q isn’t military intelligence. Makes sense to me that President Trump would secure the military to work with him since the three intelligence agencies of America were corrupt at the top. Doesn’t the military used code names like Q? Why does that seem so far fetched to anyone. I believe it is because we have swallowed the lie that was fed to us by the deep state that anyone who says there is a conspiracy must be a whacko nut job. Now someone comes along with a conspiracy theory and provides proofs and we attack them as if they are indeed a nut job. Isn’t that strange?

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        • PatriotKate says:

          Back in 2009, I was following a group who claimed to be part of a military plan to restore the country. After O was elected, they came out of the woodwork. At the time, there seemed to be serious, longtime plans (since the 1970s) for Patriots in the military to mobilize. Prior to the 2012 election, they were still contemplating action, but acknowledged after the election that “the country wasn’t ready yet.” They backed off and I recall wondering where they had disappeared. I think we got the answer when DJT announced his run.

          Fast-forward and look at the history of Donald Trump toying with the idea of running for President. He also was contemplating a run then and then backed off. He also knew that the country wasn’t ready yet.

          I later read in other places that these same military had contemplated a Coup against Obama and realized they could not accomplish their goals that way as it would definitely cause a Civil War. They knew that they had to help someone get legitimately elected who, once had the reins of power, could make it happen.

          I sit here troubled by Sundance and many loyal fellow CTH posters disparaging millions of American Patriots who have gone on the search for Truth.

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          • Deb says:

            Where did you follow this group? In real life? Online?

            All this time I thought LameCherry was the legit source of insider information. /s/

            This isn’t a conspiracy blog, it isn’t an Intel blog, it simply does research and presents facts the media try to ignore or outright lie about. That’s a much needed public service.

            Going down rabbit holes doesn’t help. Deal with reality so we can actually fight back effectively.

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        • Warrior says:

          The Q phenomenon keeps morphing. At first, it was a high level intelligence officer in close contact with trump who made statements like Hillary had been arrested and was wearing an ankle bracelet and others were in gitmo awaiting trials, etc, etc. When that stuff ended up being patently false Q morphed from statements of fact and predictions to RESEARCH, namely Q is merely trying to get others to do their own research and Q will provide helpful tips along the way.

          Sundance is absolutely 100% correct when he describes it all as nonsense. Most logical people would never have bought into the gitmo,civilians tried by military tribunals, 50k sealed indictments, etc. But when all the fantastical predictions failed you would think the q people would finally throw in the towel. But, no. They just doubled down saying all this is part of the Plan. They probably think sessions firing is all about the Plan.

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          • C R Lord says:

            At the beginning most people were clueless and guessing and making some bad guesses. As people went to the site more and more the ignorance was gradually replaced with truth and that is how it works in all venues of life. We don’t start out in the cradle as wise men.

            The thing that really messes with people’s heads concerning Q is when he uses disinformation to confuse the enemies of America who are visiting the Q posts just like everyone else who goes there. The thing about Hillary is one example of that. The truth about that post is that she was under surveillance and as good as locked up but Q was playing with the globalists who came to spy. It worked great.

            Q has always been challenging people to think for themselves and do their own research. He never says believe me and never doubt. I should say Q because it is not just one person identifying as Q but a group of military intelligence to the best of my knowledge.

            The proof will be forthcoming for those who are patient enough to wait. Justice and the law run slow but they get the job done.

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    • Curry Worsham says:

      Absolutely agree.
      Methinks our beloved cracker doth protest too much.
      Q is only a threat if Q is real.
      Q followers are the only ones who believe that Q is real…

      Liked by 10 people

      • cali says:

        @Curry Worsham: Please tell me the use of ‘cracker’ in your comment is a mistake?

        Liked by 1 person

      • C R Lord says:

        The media seem to think Q is a threat. They have been attacking Q in droves. If Q wasn’t a threat to them why would the attack Q so vehemently?

        Liked by 22 people

        • PatriotKate says:

          I’ve been saying this for months!

          Liked by 16 people

        • Warrior says:

          They aren’t afraid of Q! They are attacking Q because they want to make Trump supporters look like conspiracy kooks. No other reason.

          Liked by 10 people

        • anthohmy says:

          It’s not Q they are attacking, but hundreds of thousands of conspiracy theory believing nutcases who epitomize everything that is wrong with the Republican Party for the lefties to see and mock. It validates that idea that Republicans are fringe nuts. Q is to R as Antifa is to D. Some people have taken it to pretty wild extremes and the interpretations of various things give them fuel to write about. I have been perplexed by the number of coincidences, however, like the Q firetruck when the Nork hostages were released and a few other things. Wild over-interpretation of Q by rabid followers is like the Bible in the hands of Westboro Baptist Church. Q is a much better relevant past and present news aggregator than anybody I can think of right now. Duly noted Sundance has been quiet, just like he was quiet about the Republicans taking the house, whereas I knew Trump was going to win because of him. Sundance is a tortoise if ever there was one. There is always this question: which random stranger on the internet to trust? Trust but verify always possible here, unless clearly identified as a spidey sense issue.

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    • cali says:

      @Lawrence: ^^^^^^^This!

      @Sundance: A justified and well reasoned post – thanks!

      I understand the necessity as the well intentioned ally in our fight has been ‘smeared’ trying to turn the original truth upside down and on its head. It has been noticed and to make a long story short well intentioned normies fell prey.

      Again thank you! You are one of the very few anomalies in these times where only the truth matters even it is not popular. You always deliver even when the subject is a heavy one.

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    • Frederick Os fan says:

      Excellent post.

      Liked by 1 person

      • singingsoul says:

        Q has become an idol like the golden Calf for Isralites.
        I did not realize that so many good people have fallen under its spell.
        Country, Trump and those who believe in our constitution that is where I am.

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        • PatriotKate says:

          Oh, you mean just like with Sundance? Hmmm.

          Liked by 5 people

        • J says:

          NO, you have it wrong. We who are Q……have left Egypt and have definatley left the desert…we are not circling the mountain…we are in the NT moving towards the end of that book. You my friend are still in the desert and SD and all the rest are taking you back to Egypt and YOU willingly have already turned that direction and probably never really wanted to leave. TRUTH!
          There is a reason why there are so many crumbs that are regarding The Faith. Future proves past. With your comment it goes to prove “there is nothing new under the sun”.
          YOU are running from TRUTH back to old stomping grounds and head in the DESERT sands.

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    • RJones says:

      I get that people have latched onto W as a reason to have hope. I was one. But, Sundance has made a powerful case while Q moved goalposts and gives excuses. It’s time to give up on the baloney.

      He’s a great no-Q-proof. I followed Lisa Mei Crowley for a long time as one of the less crazy, believable, patriotic-sounding Q promoters. One of the posts promoted the idea that one of our subs fired a missile at AF1, and the suggestion is that undisclosed follow up even got McCain executed. This was supposedly confirmed, inadvertently, by Kasich and explained all the Trump vitriol at McCain’s funeral. But, guess what, when you drill into the link provided by Lisa Mei that supposedly documented the mystery of a missile being fired what you got what the actual story of how the whole missile story was debunked. I even tried letting her know. But the link was never changed. The story was disinformation. It was just fantasy.

      And, look, when yer Q source tells you he has to use disinformation, intentionally, that’s your first clue that he may not be a reliable source.

      What might be still open for debate is whether these Q folks are white hats or black hats. What’s no longer open is that the story they were pedaling has or had any measure of veracity. Sorry, but Q is dead.

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      • J says:

        Wow are you incorrect. Disinformation is needed, or you cannot get your enemies to make wrong moves acting on the information given. If you cannot understand that simple manuever, you probably are a really bad driver in your car as well, cannot read the drivers in front or behind. You need to just get out of the way and stay in your own lane to Wrongsville….you are bound to cause serious problems. We don’t need the likes of your view in any front seat.

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  6. jack says:

    Trump is a plain speaker and a NEW YORKER who tells it like it is!

    Sundance does the same thing and posts research to back up his views, and does it in very informative way, and his research is used by Pro-Trump forces in the country.

    Q is a fraud and a phony! I got that reading and listening to people sharing Q’s cryptic messages. It was a very weird experience for me. Q talked in riddles and used words in weird ways. Q is not a straight talker and doesn’t post research to back up what Q states.

    Come on people, I back Trump! Sundance is also trying to support Trump in bringing down the Deep State and corruption in Government. Sundance liked Trump because he was someone who spoke “TRUTH” and was bucking the system.

    Q is crazy talk! And plenty of us gave Q the benefit of doubt a year ago, but his crap didn’t pan out! Q was dead wrong about Jeff Sessions and one day after the mid-terms Trump ordered Sessions to turn in his resignation!

    So Jeff Sessions was Kicked OUT and Q is also kicked out! 🙂

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    • JJ...the first one says:

      jack, finally someone says it.
      I don’t use any social networks, but learned of Qanon and one can just put that name in the search engine and it will take one to twitter..News about #qanon on Twitter– and since I don’t use twitter, I was limited to what I could read/see there.
      I couldn’t view videos, etc. and some of the memes were cute, but not participating in twitter, it was like viewing conversations in a foreign language–lots missing.
      Can someone share what the big deal was??
      I never learned anything that even closely resembled ramblings of an ‘insider’.
      Thanks.

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    • CNN_sucks says:

      Don’t read Q and dont’ care. Q should man up instead of all these riddle BS. PDJT has no support from anybody other than deplorables.

      Still am loyal to PDJT and bringing back equal justice and law in this country.

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    • swissik says:

      Methinks that Q is having a lot of fun with what s/he deems many fools. Probably LOL.

      Liked by 4 people

      • C R Lord says:

        Me thinks that people criticizing Q on the CTH are in league with the fake news. Does anybody think that there are not trolls even here in this place? I remember long ago when I first came to the CTH that we could have conversations that were respectful and there was no name calling or marginalization. What I see happening is that people come here and destroy others with their words and think that is alright. We need to return to sanity and respect one another before this become a used to be place to exchange ideas.

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      • Rgt says:

        If you are correct I think the joke is on Q. It is very difficult for the concept of a deep state to penetrate busy and hardworking Americans. To get their attention when they have tenuous budgets, children to raise, issues such as personal security that the elite don’t even have to think twice about. Normals clean their own toilets, watch their own kids, pay their own freight and doing so limits their opportunity and time to muse about politics. Their decisions and opinions are visceral and developed without the studious contemplation of intellectuals who eithe feast off a trust or have found a way to monetize their pontifications. Q serves a purpose. There are no statements usually only question in the posts. Questions require thought to consider your answer. I am not so arrogant as to dismiss this approach.

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    • C R Lord says:

      Q presents everything to make us think for ourselves. If you can’t understand that, it isn’t because he isn’t trying to teach those who examine what he presents. Your view of what Q is trying to accomplish is distorted as proven by your words. All Q followers back the president and have enough respect to call him “President Trump.” He deserves that.

      Your accusation that Q is a fraud and a phony is somewhat over done and irrational. If someone is trying to help Americans learn and at the same time trying to help save our nation form traitors then in spite of any errors that person or group of persons is on our side. Logical thinking has become rare in this generation. We have come to value our opinions too much.

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    • J says:

      Sessions was not kicked out. His work was done. Like bowling, he set up the pins. Someone else will get the strike. Some of you just don’t know how to follow along.

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  7. Noble Jones says:

    Thank you for posting this piece, sir. Initially, I viewed the Q narrative with interest. However, as one who works in the IC (35+ years now), it became apparent that someone (multiple persons?) was a genius at marketing and most of the followers were dyed in the wool conspiracy promoters. The two things that turned me off completely were 1) the continued line push of “thousands upon thousands of “sealed indictments” ready to be acted upon with the result of mass incarceration of American Citizens (left wing globalists and pedophiles) at Gitmo. When I would question that, I would either get no response or snide comments or worse. 2) the continued promotion that something big was always right around the corner.
    So, what do we do? We remember that “we wrestle not against flesh and blood , but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places” Then we pray and ask for mercy from the One who directs the steps and affairs of mankind, that He would expose those (people and plans) that the “rulers of darkness” use to to perpetrate evil upon us. Finally, we stand for truth and righteousness no matter what . . .

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  8. covfefe999 says:

    You know this article by Sundance isn’t entirely about Q. You have to read his other article, the one about President Trump’s tweets and how we should act on them and stow them away for future use. https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/11/10/very-important-tweets-from-potus-action-needed/

    At a future date the media, and all of President Trump’s political opposition, will attempt to frame a narrative around Matthew Whitaker and President Trump. You need to help counter that predictable future narrative by making these remarks, and when they were made, set-in-stone now.

    With the possibility of losing the FL and AZ senate races this is more important for future confirmation issues (DOJ and FBI) within the Senate.

    The overall Q narrative is that there is some comprehensive “plan” and Trump knows all and is in charge of the plan. That would include then, as Sundance says, that Trump deliberately chose Whitaker to be the temporary AG because Whitaker is on board with “the plan”. But President Trump says otherwise. I agree with Sundance that supporting the “plan” narrative is potentially damaging to Trump and we should not be on board with it. I believe Sundance is correct, that the Dems and their propaganda media are going to drive a narrative that is similar to Q’s and it will cause a problem for Trump.

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    • Linda says:

      Uh, no. That is NOT the Q narrative. If you’re going to pretend to know what Q is all about, go and read the 2,470 Q drops and then come back.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        You’re on the wrong turf, Linda. This is Sundance’s site, he has taken a position, and I am supporting that position. You are the one who is contrary. If you disagree with my comment then tell me where I’m wrong, don’t make an absurd suggestion that I seek out and read 2k pieces of nonsense.

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    • cattastrophe says:

      I think Sundance was correct to bring this to our attention. I find it a little difficult to think that anything anyone says one way or another will stop the left from accusing Trump of collusion or anything else they can think up. This has been their modus operandi from the beginning of his run for pres and has only grown and intensified.

      What little contract I had with “Q” left me wondering why anyone was interested in something with no substance other than opinion about everything. I require at least a few facts to hold my interest.

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  9. Deplorable Patriot says:

    Just as an FYI, Praying Medic was censored by YouTube today. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RxkaeaFsrI

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      • Lopeover says:

        Do they not know Q+ is POTUS? Lately, I have been thinking of Thomas Paine and this quote.

        “THESE are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly: it is dearness only that gives every thing its value. Heaven knows how to put a proper price upon its goods; and it would be strange indeed if so celestial an article as FREEDOM should not be highly rated”

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    • covfefe999 says:

      What action has YouTube taken? This guys videos are still up. It appears he has decided on his own to not post any more new videos on YouTube.

      FWIW, I think he’s Q. Does he have any merchandise for sale? Does he make money off of his YouTube videos?

      Liked by 1 person

  10. El Torito says:

    Glad for this. Never bought into the vague riddles followed by ridiculous claims of predictions bearing out. Time for the adults to take charge again.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Newton Love says:

      Q is a rerun of Nostradamus.

      Liked by 1 person

      • smartyjones1 says:

        Yeah but at least Nostradamus’ quatrains were right once every decade or so.
        “Truth the plan,” “Trust Sessions,” and “Trust Wray” with zero arrests.

        When they, Team Q were writing about the failed terrorist bombing at the Port Authority and claiming to know all about it beforehand, I knew it was a disaster. Why would any law enforcement know about a pending terrorist attack and do nothing? That the bomb turned out to be a dud was good luck. Idiot larpers.

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  11. Peter Rabbit says:

    Never bought the 3D, 4D, 5D etc. chess arguments, as the facts weren’t there and violated the priclnciole of Occam’s Razor. Used to read Q a bit for entertainment, then found it too tiresome to decipher his always coded messages. Then gave up as simple, direct discourse is always the best way to communicate. POTUS is a master of this, the best of my lifetime. Which is also one of reasons I respect that Sundance and his research. Treepers are the best, and True Patriots. The flag IRS proudly at my front door every second of the year. I love it, everyone knows instinctively where I stand, and it keeps the liberal canvassers away.

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  12. gman-reloaded says:

    PDJT certainly knows about Q. If Q is hurting President Trump, why doesn’t he tweet that?

    And why doesn’t the MSM just ask the President about Q-I mean all the MSM channels and commie newspapers like the NY Times have went to considerable lengths to discredit Q

    I’m not going to try and convince anyone of Q, because some days I am convinced and others. not so much.

    I do know this. Q anons are as smart, if not smarter, than most of the spell check/verb tense, micro-editing police here on the CTH. ‘Youse are not as smart as you think you are. And that’s at least as dangerous as Q.

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    • “PDJT certainly knows about Q.”

      Proof?

      Liked by 3 people

      • Linda says:

        Are you kidding? Have you not seen the hundreds of Q t-shirts and signs at every Trump rally?

        Liked by 3 people

        • CNN_sucks says:

          It can be just a promotion ploy whoever selling the t-shirt.

          Liked by 2 people

        • Curry Worsham says:

          Liked by 4 people

        • smartyjones1 says:

          No, because security wouldn’t let them in anymore at the Trump rallies. Smart move as they were going to become a negative focus hurting the midterms and beyond.

          One of the original larpers admitted it got out of hand. But now there are people making money off of it and they won’t let go. Sad!

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          • Frederick Os fan says:

            Original larpers. Lol. You mean the Jack OAN guy? You believe them. Lol. The Gods honest truth is none of us know whether Q is real. So unless Sundance whom some of you follow with cultist admiration and who also makes money with his “ support button” know for a fact and has asked the President directly if it’s false how can you say you know the truth? I don’t know but I’m at least smart enough to know that I’m not taking Anyone persons word other than POTUS. I wish that OAN reporter Jack would do his damn job and ask the President to condemn it. It sure would put a lot to rest.

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      • Yo-yo The Dog says:

        He was puportedly asked by an anon at a rally if Q was “real.”

        He, again purportedly, answered, “I don’t know.” And after a pause added: “But they’re good people.”

        Liked by 7 people

      • VIPANON says:

        Because I asked President Trump about it IN PERSON>>>>>

        Liked by 11 people

    • jack says:

      gman-reloaded

      most boards have an “edit” button where people can correct mistakes … that they miss on first draft. Even on YouTube site you can edit your posts. I know lots of my posts come out with “mistakes” that could easily be fixed with “edit” button, or “5 minute edit” button that some sites have. I wish this site would change to “edit” feature.

      gman-reloaded you wrote this: “Youse are not as smart as you think you are.” You mispelled a word … so does that make you stupid? NO! It just means you can’t edit your post, and it’s not our fault there is no “edit” button. Join the club. 🙂

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      • H.R. says:

        Youse? That’s in every New Yorker’s dictionary.
        (Some of us write in dialect, jack.)

        However, taking exception to the broad brush that gman-reloaded painted both ‘Q’ followers and Treepers is fine by me.

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      • boogywstew says:

        If you couldn’t tell that ‘youse” was “gman-reloaded” being funny by the rest of the surrounding paragraph, then what does that say about your reading comprehension skills?

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      • cattastrophe says:

        I admit it I am a very bad person for always taking an opportunity to diss Word press. Sorry I am such a lazy person but I like to be able to post a picture without a learning curve and edit or delete my comments if I want to I would also like to just be able to hit the go back arrow to go directly back to the article I just commented on without instead going through each comment on a different page if I’ve made more than one comment. It makes it look like your going back before your comments were written. Is your comment erased by doing this? I don’t know, so now I go to the top of the page hit home and scroll down to the article I was commenting on so I can go on to the next article.

        Sundance has years of archives and hard work here and for all I know this is the easiest and maybe even less expensive way for him to operate so I would not expect him to change that.

        But I still hate Word press. 🙂

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I do know this. Q anons are as smart, if not smarter, than most of the spell check/verb tense, micro-editing police here on the CTH.

      Waaaaah

      Sorry, I didn’t want to drop down to that level but this is absurd. CTH is Sundance’s site. He has the right to control the content. If you don’t like it go elsewhere. Some of you are really really bad guests. Have some respect.

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  13. Yo-yo The Dog says:

    The President has no connection to anything the AAG has done in the past or might do in the future?

    Not only would the President be malfeasant were this true, it is as ludicrous as any statement offered by Q+.

    Exactly whose messaging-dependent financial dependence is being threatened?

    Like

  14. A simple button allowing us to ignore the Q supporters/comments here would be most welcomed.

    Liked by 4 people

    • covfefe999 says:

      That’s not the point. Sundance doesn’t want people to propagate a narrative that might be harmful to Trump or support a harmful Dem narrative. That’s all. Q fans can post the Q stuff somewhere else. The whole internet is out there. I think someone upthread included a link to a WordPress site I don’t know why anyone is making a big deal out of this.

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  15. Newton Love says:

    Q is the current day version of Noatradamus. His vague statements can mean anything you want to mean.

    I never joined the Cult of Nostradamus, and I’m not joining the Cult of Q. I have no time for the Riddler.

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    • William says:

      Being constantly harangued by the Persians, King Croesus of Lydia sought advice from the Oracle at Delphi. She told him that if he went to war a great kingdom would be destroyed. Thinking that she meant the Persian empire would be destroyed, he went to war with the Persians. Needless to say he misinterpreted the Oracle’s cryptic prediction and to his horror, his kingdom was the one destroyed.
      Message: Be wary of bearers of cryptic messages.

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  16. Smurfette (formerly keebler AC) says:

    Q is a symbol used in the Nazi Third Reich. FBI and CIA were infiltrated by the capital exodus from Germany’s fall but know that Adolph was only a figurehead loke put in place to take over the globe, an illegitimate offspring of one of the meandering British Imperialists. Q the letter symbol was parlayed into James Bond Brit intrigue movies as his boss. Ironically, in reality James Bond is a good guy, and this is the underground counter measures and we shall prevail!

    Whether the Q in question today knows he is merely another James Bond parlor game or mind controlled to issue complacency, we don’t know.

    From another thread, and it goes here too as back ground.

    There is a huge underground movement and it’s growing. We need tp help them. They are akin to the good Mike Rogers, NSA, who warned President Trump, vs. you guessed it, the evil twin Mike Rogers, puppet at the lower tentacle of top 8 elitist entities who hold probably 80% of the globes wealth, stashed away in Switzerland and other countries. The banking system is their financial control system used to amass wealth through 200 hundred years. Lloyds of London, along with maybe 10 other banks. I’ll try to list on the daily thread tonight Nov 11.

    The underground consists of people unbeknowst hired by the shadow government not in the USA. Know this truth. The underground consists of Americans hired indirectly by the EU hidden governing body and yes, the Rothchilds, who realize what is happening after 40 years post-Third Reich but their lives are in danger because the Illuminati, another name for the Evil Empire has access to terrible mind control and microwave technology that resides in Colorado and uses satellites and the GWEN towers as one field array. The Schriever’s Air Force Base consists of underground tunnels and the suicide rate there is unusually high.

    Recall the bankers jumping off building to commit suicide? They know things.

    The US diplomats being attacked in Cuba and China is another sign the powers that be are loosing control and getting desperate under an America-First Trump Admin. The imperialist shadow gov (Star Wars reference) is sending warnings to PDJT and we the people.

    I’ve long said PDJT is Luke Skywalker. Yoda is old and he knows and has seen a lot. This is the underground countermeasures, please share widely and help free our patriots both in the underground and above ground! You can help destroy the Imperialists. They are so rich off of US economy and taxes, Zurich is becoming the next underground establishment. It is a city of only a few thousands of people yet one of the car parks holds millions of cars and yet no one can see where these employees go. The Hadron for bursting protons and discovering new particles named Uon, Bubbon, etc is a Joke-on. If we do not fight now, the US will fall into the hands of the UN and EU evil overlords. The battle is just beginning!

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    • rashomon says:

      Yes, Smurgette, on a scale of one-to-ten, the FBI and DoJ are local weapons compared to some other Alphabets in the global community. Q remains a messenger to those raised on games and codes; that global community includes millions who would never engage in any other way.

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  17. Dee says:

    All the proof of the fake Q was laid out by @defango . It was his idea. But people like @tracybeanz kept lying to their followers and making upwards of 10,000 dollars a month off them. Lol, people just want hope and to not have to DO anything. The good CHANS vs. The deep state takeover of 4chan boards. Deep state won and people like beanz made a fortune pushing that. Meanwhile, people sit idly by and JUSTICE is always just around the bend.

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    • cali says:

      @Dee: You also know that she, Corsi, Alex Jones and hosts of others were called out and sidelined as their duplicity was explained. We learned that they planned to schemed to hijack the Q movement while monetizing it ergo calling them out. It caused a big ripple effect.
      The 4chan board has been compromised ergo the original anons moved out and to their own board on 8chan. There is not much that slips by them. They call out bs immediately and make a big deal when the clowns and their comrade Mossad attempts and disrupts their board on 8 chan.
      Good normies have been victims unable to understand and spot the fake Q crumbs versus the authentic one. Discernment is a real must because it causes damage to president Trump and patriots trying to drain the swamp. The left hangs onto anything they can use to destroy the president and his team as we see with Whittaker.

      It’s good that @Sundance calling attention to this.

      I think one of the most consistent anon to this day remains to be NeonRevolt.

      Liked by 5 people

      • I remember Corsi and AJ being thoroughly exposed by a post at The Great Awakening. Q linked to that post.

        If you read that post, the hijack attempt is well documented. They make a strong argument that Corsi was working as AJ’s agent to undermine Q and to be replaced with AJ’s version of Q—Zack! I believe it might have been Q 1341…or 1431. Anyway, anybody curious can search the board.

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  18. gildie says:

    Sundance & Q don’t have to be mutually exclusive. I think of it as a big pool. Sundance is the deep end where the adults go who already know how to swim. Where deep dives occur.
    Q’s end is the swallow end, Memes & cryptic messages. Alot more fun. Hell, Q’s got hundreds
    of thousands of people thinking Hillary is a spirit cooking, child molesting, murdering witch. Is it true? Who knows, who cares! Fling it Q!
    Than the rides over & it’s time for some more adult reading, so back to the Treehouse.

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  19. Sharon says:

    Couldn’t care less about Q and his ilk

    What bothers me is the sheep mentality, so many wanting to follow in groups, wanting someone to tell (former individuals) what to THINK. I won’t cooperate with that method in any kind of marketing, regardless of whether it’s the grocery story, the internetz, or the church.

    To the extent that an individual is still capable of and willing to think their own thoughts or do their own reasoning, they won’t likely be all het up (in groups) about either Q or Sundance.

    Group think is a time waster,no matter who’s doing it. When group identity is seen as being more important than the ideas, that’s a red flag….for the simple reason that we are not a mob-democracy. We are a Republic.

    …..and those who call Sundance’s post “censorship”?!!!!! Good grief. You are probably part of the group that wants everybody to be ok with yelling and riding roller blades in the aisles of the clothing store. Guess what – your presence is not the latest cool thing. Your identifier of the host’s opinion censorship says nothing about Sundance. Just like you, he owns his house and doesn’t have to let everyone in–and once they are invited in, they don’t get to yell and break stuff just because they feel lonely.

    Liked by 15 people

    • Sharon says:

      ….the host’s opinion as censorship…..

      Liked by 2 people

    • VIPANON says:

      Q just puts out things to research and consider and asks you to think for yourself….

      Liked by 13 people

      • smartyjones1 says:

        And makes a lot of false claims that never happened. Seen Huma’s ankle bracelet and arrest lately?

        Me neither.

        Liked by 5 people

      • Sharon says:

        That is not what his followers are doing. They do not put things in their own words. They chant. They insist. They say, “Q said….” or “Did you see Q’s post today??….” They remind me of all of the thousands of people in the 1970s (I think it was) who wore “Members Only” jackets.

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    • FlforTrump says:

      Great post Sharon. Thank you.

      Liked by 2 people

    • cali says:

      @Sharon: I respectfully disagree with your description of groups etc.:

      There is nothing wrong joining with people of likeminded thoughts and understanding as long as the leader of said group is not worshipped like Jim Jones, Koresh, Mao, Hitler and host of others throughout history. That is considered a cult and we know the conformity of cult leaders.

      The Bible speaks and recommends to seek out people likeminded to that of The Gospel. Many of us are part of Bible Study and others join groups that is likewise addressing what they seek.

      There is a big difference because again – The Bible speaks about withdrawing from one another is not recommended. Jesus told his apostles to go out and talk about The Good News!

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      • Sharon says:

        There are a bunch of gradations between identifying with a group because of similar convictions and, on the other end, group think.

        You are responding to something I did not say.

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  20. C R Lord says:

    Q is real. Whatever the buffoons that believe to be the opposite is false. The last rally the President drew a Q in the air. Did you miss it?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Yo-yo The Dog says:

      I follow Q and believe it to be quite compelling. But these Q “proofs” are embarrassingly weak and make me suspicious of the entire enterprise. The President has a lot of messaging quirks, including body language in front of rallies. The “drawing Q in the air” proof is about as weak as the proofs get.

      Liked by 4 people

    • C R Lord says:

      I have been following Q the first post in October 2017 and anyone who is willing to go to the qmap dot pub site and “study” what is there objectively will have to come to the conclusion that there are far too many proofs to be coincidental. It sickens me that the people who post here would attack anyone who is seeking to challenge people to think for themselves. That is what Q does. Being challenged to think outside the box is always good for us. If the motivation is patriotic then it should be supported whatever you think.

      Liked by 11 people

    • completelytrue says:

      Yeah, and Jr. farted in a Q pattern.

      Liked by 6 people

      • singingsoul says:

        To me Q was entertainment but never reality. I did not take the post serious.
        I lived 26 years in the show me state and it rubbed off on me.
        The harm I began to see was it made people complacent . We cannot become complacent nt if we want to save our country . We need to stay rasor sharp.
        There also were other boards who fed into the. W hole. Thing tha t Session. Was working with Trump. What has begun to bother me is trump supporters who fought as hard for Sessionand Q as for Trump. Without Trump the movement is dead.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      All you need to do is go elsewhere to discuss Q stuff. That’s all. Why is everyone flipping out? People are acting like CTH is the only site on the internet.

      Liked by 6 people

      • C R Lord says:

        Whey do you think that way. I just came here to read the news because I respect Sundance. When I saw the attacks on Q I had to speak up. That’s what we are supposed to do in life; speak up when we see the need irregardless of the location.

        Liked by 7 people

        • covfefe999 says:

          You didn’t have to speak up. You’re a guest here. Just follow Sundance’s wishes. If you disagree that’s fine, then make a decision if you are going to remain here for non-Q stuff and go elsewhere for Q stuff or just leave CTH entirely. It’s totally your decision. Sundance runs this site and has every right to control the content. If you ran the site and a bunch of people were posting things you thought were untrue or damaging, you’d probably exert control too to stop it. If you want control then start your own site. It’s really that simple.

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  21. Plain Jane says:

    Interestingly, there were a minuscule number of Q posts in comparison to other on topic posts, over the last year, UNTIL, anti-Q posters baited the poster of Q posts, or others into an argument which then resulted the thread to down spiral.

    Liked by 5 people

    • covfefe999 says:

      Read Sundance’s article again. Read the other article about Trump’s tweets. Have respect and follow Sundance’s wishes. It’s his site.

      Liked by 1 person

  22. VIPANON says:

    How can you categorically state Q is fake? You gave no proof to back that up? Even if Q is fake, you do know that Trump does know Whitaker and did choose him for a reason. So in other words,there was a plan. So in essence, Q said this is part of the plan, and it just so happens it was planned. Seems to almost confirm Q a bit?

    Liked by 6 people

    • smartyjones1 says:

      It’s fake. Zero arrests. Do you know what zero means?
      How about when Team Q claimed they knew about the Port Authority bomber in NYC?
      Except they forgot the part about the guy almost getting off a bomb. Law enforcement doesn’t allow terrorist attacks to occur. At least not the good law enforcement.

      How many times have you visited Hillary in prison? SMH, one of the larpers admitted it was a larp that got out of hand. For cripes sakes.

      Liked by 5 people

    • OmegaManBlue says:

      Is Q real or is it just “research”?

      Like

  23. J says:

    So funny this article, yet so sad…even Sundance doesn’t really GET Q, how to read it, what is really happening regarding Q. In the end Q only helps POTUS but more importantly WE THE PEOPLE.

    Liked by 7 people

    • smartyjones1 says:

      “…even Sundance doesn’t really GET Q..”

      No, because he’s doing real stories, investigating and breaking big real stories.
      SD certainly doesn’t have time to study the 21st century of pig latin.

      Liked by 8 people

    • JJ...the first one says:

      So, as I requested earlier today–share with me how Q only helps POTUS but more importantly WE THE PEOPLE.
      List starts here:

      Liked by 1 person

  24. jack says:

    oh gee, the Q problem is worse than I imagined … People posting in this thread convinces me … we have a problem here.

    Sundance posted that MSM is using posts by Q to go after the President, and the acting A.G. This is causing problems for Trump.

    Liked by 5 people

    • PatriotKate says:

      B.S. The mainstream is trying to discredit the movement, nothing more. Causing problems for the President? Like anymore than everything else aligned to stand in his way? That’s just silly.

      Liked by 10 people

  25. Bud says:

    Soooo…..I’m glad we got that settle

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Katherine McCoun says:

    What bothers me about Q? 1200 comments on a Q thread, less than 700 on the Presidential thread that covers All topics of the day. Less than 700 comments on topics including foreign policy, elections, election integrity, POTUS trip to France, FL & AZ elections Right Now, etc. 700 for All topics and yet 1200 for Q.

    Turn our attention away from Q and focus on the urgent and the important topics of the day. How many are protesting the FL in FL v. sitting at home Trusting Q and The Plan? How many calls? How many local meetings? How many volunteering at the polls? How many supporting local GOP elected officials and beating a path to their door? How many local GOP meetings called to deal with this and plan for action?

    And that is just 1 topic. But, no, we sit contemplating and debating Q. Ugh!

    Liked by 5 people

    • C R Lord says:

      Katherine Mccoun – You sure have been busy counting all those posts. There is one issue with your comment. The comments on Q are at 2471 so you missed a few.

      If you think that people who follow Q aren’t concerned about the President’s agenda and the attacks on him and by extension our nation and its citizens you have a lot to learn. It might be possible that the wiser heads involved with Q could answer your accusations quite well. I could only try but I follow more than just Q. There are some who focus on the boards and are quite intelligent and able to help you if you really wanted to understand Q.

      I recommend that you seek out the anons on the Q research board. They are the ones who are brilliant concerning what Q is actually all about. I can’t claim to be on a par with them. You may encounter some offensive content and language on the research boards but pass it off and you will find a massive amount of useful information there.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        1) Nope – right now the thread is at 1,183. I was actually rounding up. I have no idea where you get your number. Look at the top of the comments section, below the article and it will say exactly how many comments are here. Details and accuracy matters. If you aren’t reading the # of comments correctly, ought I trust you on more important issues?
        2) I leveled no “accusations” — just observations of the affect of Q on the GOP who might otherwise channel their concerns in to productive actions.
        3) I have no doubt that Q and Q followers might help me with my “concerns”, my comfort me and help me become passive and trusting that someone else is handling the situation so I don’t have to be involved.
        4) So your recommendation is that I spend More time learning about Q? Why? How will that help MAGA? How will spending my time seeking out brilliant Q anons help me take positive action and impact politics in the real world? I could spend the next hour communicating with local GOP our own TN election laws and procedures, contacting my Congressman about his vote for the new GOP minority leaders (Jordan or McCarthy), and any number of other Productive activities or I could follow your suggestion and seek out the wisdom of Q…and *DO what* with that wisdom?

        My point exactly – time spent on Q, other than reading for a few brief minutes, is time that could be spent productively elsewhere.

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        • C R Lord says:

          I am talking about the comments at https://qmap.pub were at over 2400. I really won’t attempt to answer that long post in full. Just let me assure you that learning about Q is quite profitable and makes the picture of what’s coming much clearer. Q is definitely working with the President. I don’t have time to explain it now because I am being bombarded with a ton of messages on CTH.

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    • Delaney Hansen says:

      I think you are so right, unfortunately. What better way to keep conservatives at bay than make them think potus is on it/has a plan. It sickens me, and yet deep down I still hope that Q is the real deal. (and yet, the Trust Sessions just gets me every time). For the month leading up to the election, it was all about Q proofs, as if avid followers needed them? Why? Did it not take our attention away from Jamal Khashoggi, Cesar Altieri (Sayoc–not his last name), and other cabal moves? Q has made conservatives complacent, except insofar as attending Trump rallies. Could it be the pied piper of the Tea Partiers? (which I FULLY endorsed).

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  27. rumpole2 says:

    I assume that this Q stuff mentioned here at CTH is referencing stuff posted at other sites by Q and it’s followers. I see mention of 8Chan, Twitter, maybe Gab? etc
    So why do people need to bring it here to CTH as well?
    Surely if there is discussion and chance to comment/reply directly to Q posts, then that is sufficient… much better than trying to explain it all to us uninformed non-Q types. The second, third hand explanations of Q I see here are… NUTS… and so obviously Q is “lost in the translation” I would suggest keeping Q to yourself at your own Q places… happy and smug in the knowledge that peasants at places like CTH dont understand the secret code

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    • C R Lord says:

      Now there’s a person who seeks to work together with other patriots even if he doesn’t understand them. Nothing like seeking to drive out those who don’t believe as you do. It wouldn’t do to work together now would it?

      Liked by 4 people

      • rumpole2 says:

        I dont have time for horse shit., nor an interest in it 🙂

        I am happy to scroll past… or if it gets too thick, just stop reading here.

        Liked by 6 people

        • C R Lord says:

          You really have a need to learn the English language so you can speak with respect for others. I find your use of the slang offensive but I believe you have a right to use it. Your recommendation that I leave so you can put forth your insipid insults unchallenged is out of place where most people respect one another. Perhaps you should leave or change you insulting tone.

          Liked by 4 people

      • rumpole2 says:

        Those who want to “work with Q” can do so…. at 8chan or wherever???

        I don’t see WHY you feel the need to inflict it at other places.. unless perhaps you KNOW it’s crap and want to try and legitimize it by association with more rational places?

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        • C R Lord says:

          I imagine you must have part ownership in this board that you can tell people who come here that they should stay away because their conversation offends you. If you’re inflicted then it is because you are closed off to those who don’t share you “opinions.” Learn to be more broad minded and sensitive to others. Who knows. Perhaps some may be offended by you and how you present yourself. We can all learn something from others. I thank God for those who offend me and those who bless me because they all add something to my life and character. Those who offend me give me lessons in patience. Those who bless me cause me to be thankful.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      So why do people need to bring it here to CTH as well?

      Exactly! And now they’re all freaking out because they’re being asked to not do that.

      Liked by 12 people

  28. mariner says:

    Sundance, you’re out to lunch on this one.

    You might consider that your stance on Q and your request for Trump supporters to stifle their opinions puts you squarely in agreement with the MSM–that should give you cause for concern.

    I know you’re a Trump supporter, but so am I–and I firmly believe Q exists and is too.

    Liked by 11 people

    • covfefe999 says:

      You are disrespectul. This is Sundance’s site. Abide by his wishes. He is doing incredibly difficult and time-consuming work. You are a guest. Be a good guest.

      Liked by 11 people

    • Luminary says:

      how is he out to lunch? Q is a stealth pied piper. what just happened to Sessions should be irrefutable proof of that.

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  29. C R Lord says:

    As a Christian of nearly 44 years, a veteran, father of seven and grandfather of eleven and a devout American Constitutionalist I am baffled that we are not satisfied with the way the democrats and the deep state and socialists and globalist have divided us. For whatever reason we think it is advisable to divide one another even further. Jesus’ disciples once wanted to silence people who were talking about the Lord because “he wasn’t one of them.” Jesus said; “If they are not against us they are for us. Leave them alone.” I recommend that everyone on this board follow the advice Jesus gave his disciples. Let’s get rid of divisive rhetoric and work together to deliver this nation from our oppressors and enemies within and without.

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    • Phil aka Felipe says:

      Dittos. Thank you for saying what I was going to say.
      ___________________________________________________________________

      Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.

      In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.

      Be not wise in thine own eyes: fear the LORD, and depart from evil.

      Pr_vbs 3:5-7

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    • Tom! says:

      Divisive rhetoric? Couple posts up I think you called everyone that doesn’t agree with you, buffoons. Nice.

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  30. rumpole2 says:

    The irony is rich….

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  31. Sherman McCoy says:

    I’ve read Q’s stuff. Very Cryptic. He has promised many things over the year. None really came through. April Showers…, July is the month the world will know etc… Also tying the whole thing into a pedophilia ring seems a bridge too far.

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  32. J says:

    Pray tell? WHY? Just why…doesn’t some showboater like CNN Jim Acosta or April Ryan stand up and hog the mic and just hammer Trump over Q? That Question was even a Q crumb so to speak many a crumb ago. When that finally happens, the MIRRORED answers will be so much fun for those of us who never left the TRUMP TRAIN in the first place. Most who criticize Q are not willing to really dig in to the boards and do research, look for the truth. Most give up as they have been trained over a lifetime for “give it to me now”. Funny, how The NT mirrors The OT, yet many don’t believe that TRUTH either. No coincidence most don’t believe in those most important “Eternal” “drops” either. In my heart, in many ways I see hearts being examined for hard hearts by someONE much more bigger than Q, this time in HIStory….while we all choose “for”or “against” The Q Phenom. NOT in any way saying to look at Q like we do God, not in the least. But, the approach and willingness to set aside old ways of thinking and seeing truth before you is mirrored quite heavily. No doubt Q and Q+ are believers. Drops make it very apparent. All that cannot see even SD are only taking small glances and most definatley have not been with Q from day one, or they would GET IT. Those of us who are TRUTHFUL praying people…we have made a choice, we have seen too much. You cannot close our eyes to truth. Just like faith in God, once enlightend to TRUTH, you will walk in it and run to it. We have dropped our nets. We will not lose FAITH in Q, despite the mountain of writing demanding we do so. There has been to much proof. Faith needs no proof, yet we have so much proof. Similarly by FAITH, most of us who are Q people bought a one way pass on The Q EXPRESS to PLANVILLE and we WILL get to the destination. + + +

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  33. Palmettoman says:

    I’ve been a Treeper since Travon and love reading Sundance and all of the comments on this site. Rarely post, however. I am a skeptical Q reader. There’s been alot of proofs. No denying that if one objectively looks at them.

    POTUS could have easily invalidated Q. Why has he not done this??? To think he doesn’t know about Q diminishes POTUS’ credibility.
    Reporters could ask POTUS about Q, yet they refuse. Why???

    These are questions that require critical thinking. POTUS is a master at messaging. He constantly calls out the MSM and realizes he has to go directly to the people in order to get his message out. Why is it so hard to imagine he wouldn’t have come up with Q to accomplish this?

    All said, I read Q and read Sundance. The two do not need to be mutually exclusive.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      The groups of people who visit CTH and who follow Q do not need to be mutually exclusive, but Sundance has made a request and the people who comment on this site should abide by it. It’s really that simple. Not sure why anyone is arguing. This is Sundance’s site. Just follow his wishes and take the Q talk elsewhere. Someone posted a link to a Q-related WordPress blog. They can all go there. Very simple.

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  34. Sneaky Pete says:

    btw, Found this on the Q-word site. It’s the sworn affidavit signed by the Broward election worker who witnessed vote tampering.

    https://www.scribd.com/document/330420022/11-03-2016-Chelsey-Smith-SOE-Affidavit

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  35. RJones says:

    Actually, if “trust th plan” represents a risk to PT AND Q is real/patriot plugged into PT, it should follow that Q will self-destruct somehow. If Q continues to promote “trust the plan”, you should be able to conclude it’s nonsense and not trustable, since why would a true Q patriot work to undermine Trump?

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Q has already proven himself to be a fraud. His accuracy ratio equals pure chance.

      Sundance has made a request. Reread it. This is his site. Please comply. There’s no need to argue or be upset.

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  36. map says:

    Sundance,

    Never, ever make the mistake of playing into the Left’s frame of reference, to accept that the DOJ has oversight over the president. Never, ever “concern troll” your allies by insisting that they stop attacking their opponents under the theory that they are actually helping them. Always keep in mind that the Democrats don’t need elaborate legal precedents to go after anyone so this idea of giving ammunition to Trump’s enemies is bogus. It’s the height of cuckservativism to undermine one of your allies in hopes of not pissing off the enemy. You may as well complain about Trump’s tweeting.

    Let’s get to brass tacks here and understand something important: if Q is all nonsense, then so is CTH. After all, how is CTH any different, with its breathless play-by-play of Devin Nunes investigating FusionGPS, Goodlatte’s investigative IG findings, elaborate charts on who is “turning states,” who is fired, who is in trouble and who isn’t. We’ve been hearing for over a year how some bombshell investigation is about to break into prosecutions, yet nothing is happening. How is this any different from what Q is writing?

    Take a close look at where we stand. Donald Trump landed in the Presidency with a Republican Congress. In that time period since inauguration, a subordinate administration of the Executive, the DOJ, has assumed the role of the Fourth Branch of Government, actively investigating their boss as if they were a co-equal branch of government. This, with the attorney general recusing himself, thus rendered impotent in his role as the president’s advocate. All under a Republican Congress.

    Heck, Devin Nunes cannot even get the DOJ to turn over documents he needs for his own investigation.

    When you look at the legislative failures like healthcare and immigration, the infighting with the NeverTrumpers, Jeff Sessions sleeping away worrying about marijuana while his boss is attacked from all sides, the whole thing looks like a clown show.

    Heck, with the new Democratic House and the so far successful stealing of Florida and Arizona, the vaunted Senate majority is about to disappear. You’ll get 51 Senators with Romney as the new McCain, leading Collins and Murkowski to obstruct Trump at every turn. Q is not going to damage the MAGA agenda one bit, because the MAGA agenda is already dead.

    Please. Tell me I’m wrong? Q’s silver-linings are really no different than CTH’s. Why bother fighting it? In fact, the idea that the left is actively attacking Q shows what they are afraid of. That alone is useful because it re-directs scarce resources. Why argue against the morale-boosting ideas of Q? Q is not attacking CTH, after all.

    Guys, just read at Neon Revolt if you are curious.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Why are you arguing with Sundance? Be respectful. This is his site. He has control over the content. If you want to be in control of the content start your own site

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  37. phoenixRising says:

    “All said, I read Q and read Sundance. The two do not need to be mutually exclusive.

    So, why do I get the impression we’re being told they are?

    Q is being censored everywhere… now here.

    It is not a discussion when one tells another how to think.

    Sessions was tried here, found guilty and it is now verboten to defend him… bashing of Sessions is viewed as a national sport… here.

    “I may not agree with you, but I will defend your right to speak” no longer exists here.

    One could merely have said “Discussion of, link to “Q” is not acceptable on this website.” That would have been sufficient. Instead we have articles bashing “Q” and posters supporting or not supporting the author’s viewpoint.

    Funny this… at a time when many posters here are viewing the voter fraud and going into meltdown over the future of the Republic. Four days ago POTUS was powerful, taking care of business. today he is ignorant of the fraud, or just neglecting the situation or whatever. No article about that. But an article(s) about how “dangerous” Q is… viola! Division erupts.

    I no longer find CTH to be a sanctuary. Vacating my little branch. Grateful for the comfort I found in the past, the info I gained from so many here. God bless all.

    My post will probably end in the bin.

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