News from Q posts
Nov 10, 2018
In late September, President Trump ordered the declassification of the FISA memos as well as many emails related to the FISA scandal. Democratic leaders are alarmed at such transparency, knowing that publishing these memos means that their days are numbered. However, Trump also left it up to Inspector General Horowitz as to the timing of this release, because much of this information may still be used in a Grand Jury investigation. Such evidence cannot be released under such circumstances.
Now that Attorney General Sessions has resigned and has been replaced by Whitaker, watch for some major changes soon. Sessions had recused himself from the Mueller investigation, putting Rod Rosenstein as the chief of the Russia Collusion investigation. Whitaker puts this situation into an entirely new context, because he will not recuse himself, even though Chuck Schumer is demanding that he do so.
We are coming up on November 11, a date which Q has been talking about for the past year. The date has been an insider’s deadline for some sort of victory. The date was picked because it is the 100th anniversary of the Armistice the ended World War 1 in 1918.
Q has said it would be a time for celebration. He also linked it to the resolution of the dispute with Iran. Since Iran is a proxy for Russia, we should watch for a meeting between Trump and Putin to sign a final agreement. Trump said last week that he would be meeting with Putin on November 11, and Putin said the same later, but a couple of days ago Trump said that he would NOT be meeting with Putin on November 11 at the Paris gathering.
However, this too might be disinformation. I suspect that in the end Trump will meet with Putin, even if it is just a short meeting. Perhaps the paperwork has already been done ahead of time (as usual). As with previous presidents, Trump does not meet with world leaders to hammer out agreements. That would take too much time. He meets to sign agreements that have already been worked out, as we saw last summer at the summit in Singapore with North Korea.
Keeping the Media Off Balance
A big parade with fireworks was originally scheduled for November 11, but in September Trump canceled it (perhaps postponed it) on the grounds that the cost estimates were too high. I am not sure what the real reason was, but Trump is an expert on throwing his adversaries off balance by continually changing his mind. He does the same with his cabinet, which constantly is being shuffled and reshuffled. Just when the news media settles in on its opposition strategy, the situation changes and they have to figure out a new strategy!
It is clear that Trump has been putting certain people into the cabinet to clean house and to get rid of leakers and others who cannot be trusted. The department heads are the “hit men,” and when their job is finished, an excuse is found to replace them with someone else for the next phase in the plan. The media interprets this as a sign of chaos, dissatisfaction, and disagreement, but their claims are more wishful thinking than reality.
A good example of this is seen in the case of Anthony Scaramucci, who was appointed to the position of White House Communications Director on July 21, 2017. He fired a lot of people and was then replaced just ten days later on July 31. The media gave the impression that Trump fired him for firing too many people, but the truth was quite different.
Post #2468 dated November 10, 2018 also suggests this,
The ‘Scaramucci’ Play
Temp hired to remove embedded ‘untrustworthy’ staffers?
Temps can be very dangerous to those who are targeted.
It appears that Acting Attorney General Whitaker is in a perfect position to begin the indictments, especially against the Clinton Foundation, which received “donations” from many nations in order to obtain favors from Hillary Clinton. The Foundation will probably be prosecuted for human trafficking as well.
It is likely that Whitaker will get the ball rolling on these prosecutions, which will then make it impossible for the permanent Attorney General to end those court cases. The media will rant and rave against Whitaker, of course, but they will not be able to pin this on the permanent Attorney General who will be nominated after the first of the year.
This strategy will motivate the Democrats to replace Whitaker as quickly as possible, and this will streamline the confirmation process for Trump’s next Attorney General nominee.
Meanwhile, California continues to burn. There are two major fires at the moment, along with many other less major fires. In the north, the Camp Fire is burning out of control between Redding and Sacramento. When it started, I received a phone call from a friend who asked for prayer because some people we know were evacuating from the area and were stuck in traffic. Their house was soon going to be burned to the ground.
Another fire is threatening the Los Angeles area, including Thousand Oaks, CA, where the mass shooting took place at the same time that the fire broke out. California will soon run out of funds in its budget, and this may force them to rescind their policy of creating “sanctuary cities” in order to get federal funding to bail out the state.
Many years ago, Ron’s brother moved to California from Alaska, where he had been in Forestry for many years. He was asked to write up a report on how to manage California’s forests to prevent wildfires. His report was rejected or ignored by the state of California, because their theory was based on leaving underbrush to support “endangered species.”
Of course, their policy created a huge tinderbox of flammable forests just waiting for a spark. It seems to me that the forest fires are more of a threat to endangered species than clearing out the underbrush. But then, I am not schooled in forestry, although back in high school one of my uncles living in northern California tried to convince me to follow in his footsteps. He was a forest ranger. I decided, however, to go to Bible College, and this put me on the present path in a Kingdom ministry.
President Trump sent out a Tweet today, saying this:
Election Fraud Reported
In regard to the recent midterm election, a broader picture is now emerging. It appears that the election results are yet being disputed in Florida and in Arizona. Democrats hope that a recount of ballots can overturn the Republican Senate victories.
Q told us earlier that the Trump team had taken steps to prevent voter fraud and that we should trust the plan. What he did not tell us until later was that they had allowed the Democrats to engage in a certain amount of voter fraud—just enough to let them win the House, but not enough for them to win the Senate.
It appears that this was done to set up a situation where the problem of voter fraud would become so apparent that the people would demand voter identification laws. The best way to make a change is to expose the problem for all to see.
Today Q posted the following link, an Affidvait from Chelsey Marie Smith, who was an employee of the Broward County Supervisor of Elections (SOE). Broward County is a strongly Democrat Florida county where voter fraud has been rampant for a long time.
She has given a sworn statement saying that she witnessed county employees filling out absentee ballot request forms in a locked room at the SOE. She had been asked to carry two stacks of such ballots to that room, and she saw what was happening when she was let into the room. This incident occurred October 31, 2018. The next day she was fired from her job and told that she could not return to the building.
The Supervisor of the SOE in Broward County is Brenda Snipes. She destroyed ballots in the 2012 election, according to the judge who finally ruled on the case last May.
“The Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office violated state and federal laws by destroying ballots from a 2016 Congressional race too soon — and while the ballots were the subject of a lawsuit against the office, a judge has ruled.”
In spite of this court ruling, she is still on the job, although it appears that she has changed her tactics. Instead of destroying ballots, she is simply creating more of them this time.
Perhaps Acting Attorney General Whitaker might take this case into consideration shortly. It will be interesting to watch how this plays out.