I do not enjoy listening to the music of Clint Black. The post-911 years were hard for me, and hearing Clint Black was part of that. I think President Trump still plays Clint Black at some of his rallies. However, Q has recently linked to DJ Jefani. I’m not going to pick nits regarding the quality of DJ Jefani. It’s hard enough to sing under any circumstances; it’s harder still to compose original music and sing it well. Composing original music and getting others to approve of it is Sisyphean.
The /qresearch/ board had some technical glitches, possibly due to increased traffic. Both short-term and long-term stories are relevant in recent news. I argue that the Q narrative is gaining followers, and the mainstream narrative is losing followers.
Q mentioned several Twitter users as “VIP Patriots.” This recognition is probably meant to build up enthusiasm for public declarations of loyalty. Everyone likes to be recognized for praiseworthy efforts. These people are tweeting their attendance at rallies. Q is praising them – presumably to build up political enthusiasm.
Interestingly, one of the chosen tweets reads “Patriotism is my drug of choice.” This might be a remarkably self-aware commentary on the dangers of excessive patriotism, but then again it is probably a wholesome, non-nuanced assertion of respectability.
Well done, Patriot.
TOGETHER WE WIN.
Thank you, Patriot.
Sometimes our ‘sniffer’ picks and pulls w/o applying credit file.
We LOVE you!
USA v. LifeLog?
1st of many?
“FBI & DOJ to review the outrageous Jussie Smollett case in Chicago. It is an embarrassment to our Nation!”
>It shall be done.
>>5944859 ————————————–——– ‘Knowingly’
>>5944447 ————————————–——– The Left are Sheep
>>5944004 ————————————–——– Follow keyword designators
>>5943295 ————————————–——– Q in NZ bread: Michigan Rally 7pm Tonight
>>5943194 ————————————–——– THEY DO NOT LOVE YOU OR AMERICA.
>>5943096 ————————————–——– Leaking investigations can lead to [forced] resignations.
>>5930977 ————————————–——– Reflections are important.
>>5930410 ————————————–——– Shall we play another ‘Q Proof’ game?
>>5928096 ————————————–——– Q Drop #3063
>>5928012 ————————————–——– DOJ coordination w/ UK re: DECLAS OF FISA?
Anons noted many things, but only a few of them seem comprehensible and relevant:
>>5945769 Anon’s theory on timeline, NZ and the DS
>>5945755 8 members of billionaire Sackler family added to N.Y. opioid suit
>>5945295 Border Patrol Shuts All Checkpoints In New Mexico
>>5945171 Habberman: ‘cupped pepperoni’
>>5945154 Twitter may flag President Trump’s tweets that violate ‘rules’
>>5944416 Judicial Watch Tweet re RR
>>5944413 Full letter from Rep’s to Schiff this morning
>>5944406 Site breaks after Q links to the Gov. Code
>>5944374 After New Zealand Attacks, More People Registered to Move There
>>5944332 MITRE digg and the Podesta’s Italian connections
>>5944100 Anon: The [Killbox] is a [Keyword Indicator]
>>5943782 More digs on BCCI
>>5943749 Refresher: Nellie Ohr Graphic
>>5942658 Robert Mueller has a lengthy record of framing innocent people to protect the guilty
>>5942497 your viewers don’t trust you anymore: CNN’S BRIAN STELTER CLAIMS RATINGS ARE DOWN BECAUSE IT’S A SLOW NEWS WEEK
>>5942484 OIG report on actions taken in response to alleged civil rights and liberties violations by DOJ employees
In terms of long-term trends, consider the following:
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow lost half-a-million viewers in just one week after special counsel Robert Mueller’s report indicated that he did not find enough evidence to support collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Maddow has been one of the most prominent voices on the collusion conspiracy, spending most of her programs over the past two years on allegations that President Donald Trump coordinated with the Russian government to win the 2016 presidential election. Maddow struggled to hold back tears as she delivered her opening monologue last Friday, clearly stunned that Mueller did not bring any indictments against the president or his family.
The implosion of the Russian collusion narrative damaged more than just Maddow’s ego — it also destroyed her ratings, at least temporarily.
“The Rachel Maddow Show” on MSNBC delivered monster ratings for the network, cementing the cable host as the left-wing foil to Fox News’ Sean Hannity. Maddow consistently finished 1st or 2nd in overall cable news ratings over the past year, sometimes garnering more than 3 million viewers.
But according to The Daily Beast, Maddow’s show dropped 500,000 viewers in just one week after the Mueller report dropped.
“Maddow, who has consistently vied for the first or second top-rated cable news program, was sixth on Monday evening, down almost 500,000 total viewers from the previous Monday, as was MSNBC’s second top-rated program in primetime, ‘The Last Word With Lawrence O’Donnell,’” The Daily Beast reported.
Hannity nearly doubled Maddow’s ratings this past Monday, delivering just more than 4 million viewers compared to Maddow’s 2.5 million.
For years, Rachel Maddow has enforced the limits of the Overton Window. Now she finally seems to be losing whatever mainstream appeal she had; of course, it is to be expected that some fanatics will believe her, even if she claims that the sky is plaid and water runs uphill. The mainstream media has been a propaganda operation for decades. Finally, it seems that the man in the street has rejected some of that particular type of propaganda. However, I do not advise uncritical belief of Hannity. I am not convinced that anyone in the news business deserves uncritical trust, even if Sara Carter and John Solomon might be much more honest than Rachel Maddow.