News items that probably will confirm your existing prejudices, to be read without prejudice

It seems to me that a lot of people involved in US politics are likely to get killed off. Some of them might be allowed to die naturally (such as Ruth B. Ginsberg) but some of the stories of unexplained death and destruction look like malicious homicide.  Don’t feel bad about doing nothing to stop these tragedies: probably there is nothing we can do but post pictures of anime catgirls.

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We can’t prove that this is not a glorious day. However, Hillary Clinton still appears to be at large.

More than a year ago, people were chanting “Lock her up” in reference to Hillary Clinton.

Some Anon- probably not a member of Q team – predicted that she would be arrested.

The first Q drop on qmap is not signed by Q, but apparently Q team endorses it. It claims that Clinton was detained. I can’t disprove that. It’s possible she was detained.

In defiance of all common sense, Amy Gardner wrote:
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Broward County claims it has extra votes; Q claims that the U S A is in P A I N because we are witnessing the systematic destruction of the old guard

Long-time readers of this blog will recall that Broward County is notorious for its criminal activities.

There is a hell of a lot of corruption in the news, so I am going to try to categorize it by geographical location:
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Democrats won the House of Reps, Sessions will resign, ‘Those who are blind will soon see the light.’

We cannot currently verify that Rosenstein is out. But some evidence suggests he might be on his way out. I can’t find my picture of Rosenstein as a radscorpion (from Fallout) which might be just as well. For all I know, Rosenstein might turn out to have been a white hat, all along.

By now you are already aware that the Democrats are celebrating, but they have been plausibly accused of vote fraud. Also, some of the Republicans apparently were anti-Trump:

During a press conference on Wednesday, President Donald Trump said that he “did the country a great service” by “retiring” Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake (R) from his post.

Daily Mail reporter Francesca Chambers asked the president whose “fault” it was for the multiple retirements in Congress, as Trump had mentioned earlier in the presser that multiple lawmakers’ retirements affected this year’s midterms.

Flake, a prominent critic of Trump, announced last year that he wouldn’t be seeking re-election, and House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.), announced in April that he would also not be seeking re-election. In the case of Flake, many predicted he would have faced a difficult challenge in the Republican primary.

Trump replied that in the case of Flake, it was he who actually retired the moderate senator.

“It was me,” he said. “Pure and simple. I retired him.”

Some Q fans hope that the fraudulent Democrats will be exposed, arrested, and punished. If I hear any reliable report that such things have happened, I will be sure to post them ASAP.

Q has written that ‘Those who are blind will soon see the light.’ That is very encouraging to me, because I can’t see a darned thing, and I would surely like to know whether Q’s plan is worth writing about.

A Q fan wrote:


By the way, in case you have forgotten about Ezra Cohen-Watnick, he’s this guy:

A senior intelligence official who previously served on the National Security Council (NSC) has rejoined the Trump administration as an adviser in the Department of Justice.

A Justice Department spokesman confirmed that Ezra Cohen-Watnick, who left the NSC in August, had joined the department. He will reportedly serve as an adviser to Attorney General Jeff Sessions on counterintelligence and counterterrorism.

Q mentioned him recently, although Q didn’t bother to use a complete sentence.

Q wrote:


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We got what we needed.

Thank you, Patriots!

Senate means everything.

Think Judges (SC) & Cabinet.

DECLAS overrides all potential House blockades.

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Loose ends and rumors in the aftermath of the election


B’Man reprinted Wide Awake Gentile:


Dr. Eowyn had commented on Bowers as well, and should be quoted at length:

The curious case of Pittsburgh synagogue shooter Robert G. Bowers

We are told that at 9:50 a.m. on Saturday, October 27, 2018, a bearded, heavy-set white male armed with an assault rifle and three Glock handguns, burst into the Tree of Life Synagogue during Sabbath services in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Screaming “All Jews must die!,” Bowers shot and killed 11 people and wounded a half-dozen more, including four police officers, before surrendering.

The media say the “Sabbath services” the shooter interrupted was a “baby-naming ceremony”. Other accounts say “baby-naming ceremony” is a euphemism for bris or circumcision.

By 9:54 a.m., police began receiving calls from people barricaded in the building reporting the attack. At 9:59 a.m., police arrived at the synagogue. The gunman fired on police from the synagogue, wounding two officers.

At 10:30 a.m., tactical teams entered the building and were again fired upon by the gunman. Officers returned fire and wounded him, leading him to retreat to a room on the third floor of the synagogue. In the exchange of gunfire two SWAT members were also wounded, one critically.

At 11:08 a.m., the gunman crawled out of the room in which he was hiding and surrendered. As he received medical care in police custody, he allegedly told a SWAT officer that he wanted all Jews to die, and that Jews were committing genocide to his people, according to a criminal complaint filed in Allegheny County.

The shooting was the deadliest attack on the Jewish community in U.S. history, according to Wikipedia.

Those killed ranged in age from 54 to 97, with an average age of 74.

The suspect is Robert Gregory Bowers, born September 4, 1972, age 46, a resident of Baldwin, PA. He was arrested and charged with 29 federal crimes and 36 state crimes:

  • See the Department of Justice press release on his 44-count indictment here. Note that the DOJ refers to him as “Robert Bowers, 46, of Baldwin, Pa.”.
  • See the Western District of Pennsylvania’s Grand Jury indictment here.

Curiously, this shooting shares a characteristic with false-flag shootings in that the synagogue shooting had been preceded by an active shooter drill in a nearby Jewish community center. (See “Pittsburgh synagogue shooting was preceded by an active shooter drill; shooting used to silence AltMedia“)
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