I do not necessarily believe in whatever Q writes. I do not necessarily trust Q. However, I do believe that Pizzagate must be investigated, and Q appears to be on the side of the angels in that debate.
You may be aware that Gunn has made some tweets that do not inspire great confidence in most people:
NBC appears to be advising people like Gunn to delete tweets.
But Q has been mentioning Bill Maher. Maher is suspected of crimes by people who investigate Pizzagate. Many have suggested that Bill Maher’s tweets might contain evidence of unhealthy and unsavory character.
Q has been posting some very interesting criticisms of media culture.
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[BC set the stage]
Could a new Telecommunications Act be on the way?
“Never Interfere With an Enemy While He’s in the Process of Destroying Himself.”
Do you believe in coincidences?
We have the source.
Do you remember their names?
Do you really believe you are still safe?
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Bill Maher posted:
Sometimes the TRUTH is right in front of you.
These people are SICK!
You people are a DISEASE.
We, THE PEOPLE, are the CURE.
Probably in reference to Rosie O’Donnel getting fired for “Planet of the Apes” references, Maher posted text (to prove that the inside elite can say what plebs cannot):
Further, Maher posted pictures of Planet of the Apes.
And Q did not approve; Q linked to the source:
While I don’t know what Q meant, he may have been drawing attention to the pro-Trump tweet that replied to Maher, from the user Number7x4:
Further, Q drew attention to NBC:
12 Aug 2018 – 8:23:21 AM
Do you believe in coincidences?
TRUTH to power.
Regardless of whether Q is trustworthy, many of those who investigate Pizzagate do not believe that NBC is to be trusted. Many investigators believe that NBC is tactfully trying to minimize the number of child abusers who get caught.