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  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 11:16:55 PM PDT · 1,823 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to AZLiberty; bagster; ransomnote
    ABANDON THREAD!

    LIFE THREAD ⇒ THIS WAY!
  • Q Anon: (5/21/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 11:00:04 PM PDT · 31 of 242
    Swordmaker to ransomnote; bagster; grey_whiskers; TEXOKIE; TXnMA; stylin19a; bitt; RoosterRedux; No_Doll_i; ...
    SWORDMAKER’S

    LexiQon

    May 21, 2018
    Monday, 11:00 PM PDT


    To explore the Qomplete up-to-date LexiQon, Qlick on the Q iQon above.

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    NOW 108 PAGES OF Q INFO: 25,832 WORDS!
    ALL ON ONE VERY LONG PAGE. . .

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    Link to List of Notable Resignations Q Says We Should Watch

    Today’s revisions and additions:


    • Department of Justice Organizational Chart: (INFO) DOJ Organizational Chart.

      (Thanks to FreeQ Rusty0604)
      . . .
    • General K: (#1433) [JFK] President Trump’s Chief of Staff General John F. Kelly.
      . . .
    • JFK: (#1433) [JFK] President Trump’s Chief of Staff General John F. Kelly.
      . . .
    • Rachel Brand: (#1433) Rachel Lee Brand is an American lawyer, academic, and former government official. She was appointed by President Trump to serve as the United States Associate Attorney General from May 22, 2017, until February 20, 2018, when she resigned to take a job as head of global corporate governance at Walmart. Brand was the first woman to serve as Associate Attorney General. Brand had been the No. 3 person behind Rod Rosentstein in the Department of Justice.
      . . .
    • Jesse Panuccio: (#1433) Jesse Michael Panuccio is the acting Associate Attorney General of the United States. He previously served as general counsel to Governor Rick Scott of Florida and as the executive director of the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. Panuccio joined the administration of Governor Rick Scott as deputy general counsel in January 2011. In 2012, Governor Scott appointed Panuccio general counsel to the governor. He currently is occupying the No. 3 place behind Deputy Attorney Rod Rosenstein in the Department of Justice.
  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 9:30:07 PM PDT · 1,790 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to bagster
    You just posted a photo of the entire B clique.
    There goes our cover. Thanks a LOT!!

    But we did not post any B names.

    Which one is the notorious Bagster himself?

    Watch the [BAG].

    What bodies are buried in the green bag?

    Who knows where the rest of the [bodies] are buried?

    Who were they in life?

    Think DS. Think MS. Think HS.

    What happened to Smoky?
    S

  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 9:19:15 PM PDT · 1,775 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to Rusty0604
    LOL is that a bag of fertilizer?

    Nope, it's a dumpster in a bag. . .


  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 9:16:16 PM PDT · 1,768 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to Melian
    How many pages is your excellent LexiQon now? Great stûff!

    One. One very long one. . .

    WOW!

    I just imported it into Apple Pages and its 108 pages long, 25,832 words. I'm actually SHOCKED, I tell you, SHOCKED!

  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 9:07:02 PM PDT · 1,760 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to ransomnote; bagster; grey_whiskers; TEXOKIE; TXnMA; stylin19a; bitt; RoosterRedux; No_Doll_i; ...
    SWORDMAKER’S

    LexiQon

    May 20, 2018
    Monday, 9:10 PM PDT


    To explore the Qomplete up-to-date LexiQon, Qlick on the Q iQon above.


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    Link to List of Notable Resignations Q Says We Should Watch

    Today’s revisions and additions:

    • Department of Justice Organizational Chart: (INFO) DOJ Organizational Chart.

      (Thanks to FreeQ Rusty0604)
      . . .
    • General K: (#1433) [JFK] President Trump’s Chief of Staff General John F. Kelly.
      . . .
    • JFK: (#1433) [JFK] President Trump’s Chief of Staff General John F. Kelly.
      . . .
    • Rachel Brand: (#1433) Rachel Lee Brand is an American lawyer, academic, and former government official. She was appointed by President Trump to serve as the United States Associate Attorney General from May 22, 2017, until February 20, 2018, when she resigned to take a job as head of global corporate governance at Walmart. Brand was the first woman to serve as Associate Attorney General. Brand had been the No. 3 person behind Rod Rosentstein in the Department of Justice.
      . . .
    • Jesse Panuccio: (#1433) Jesse Michael Panuccio is the acting Associate Attorney General of the United States. He previously served as general counsel to Governor Rick Scott of Florida and as the executive director of the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. Panuccio joined the administration of Governor Rick Scott as deputy general counsel in January 2011. In 2012, Governor Scott appointed Panuccio general counsel to the governor. He currently is occupying the No. 3 place behind Deputy Attorney Rod Rosenstein in the Department of Justice.
  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 8:31:14 PM PDT · 1,707 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to jersey117
    Wray comes from the same big law firm as Sally Yates. She just went back to work there last month. I used to work there. Not sure if I trust him. These lawyers stick together.

    Do you trust yourself? if not, back slowly away from the keyboard. . . and put down the mouse.

  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 8:24:18 PM PDT · 1,698 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to Rusty0604; bagster; ransomnote
    So, Q is correct, FBI director DOES report directly to Rod Rosentstein:


  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 8:12:37 PM PDT · 1,683 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to bagster
    Hey, Baggy, I found your picture on the Internet!


  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 8:05:47 PM PDT · 1,672 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to GYPSY286
    I was on a Qanon twitter thread and a commenter posted that IF RR recuses himself or quits, President Trump can appoint someone for 210 days as “acting” and would it not be fabulous if he appointed Flynn or Rogers? They both already cleared their confirmations and belonging to the Military could be called back. That would be EXCELLENT.

    It can't be Flynn or Rogers. It has to be someone who has already been through the Senate approval process for an authoritative political position. Any authoritative position, so long as it was approved by the nominating/approval process. Flynn was in a position and Rogers resigned and would have to go through it again. He could, however, reposition someone from another department, someone else appointed in the DOJ, etc.

  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 7:58:25 PM PDT · 1,654 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to ransomnote; bagster; grey_whiskers; TEXOKIE; TXnMA; stylin19a; bitt; RoosterRedux; No_Doll_i; ...
    SWORDMAKER’S

    LexiQon

    May 20, 2018
    Monday, 8:00 PM PDT


    To explore the Qomplete up-to-date LexiQon, Qlick on the Q iQon above.

    .

    Link to List of Notable Resignations Q Says We Should Watch

    Today’s revisions and additions:

    • General K: (#1433) [JFK] President Trump’s Chief of Staff General John F. Kelly.
      . . .
    • JFK: (#1433) [JFK] President Trump’s Chief of Staff General John F. Kelly.
      . . .
    • Rachel Brand: (#1433) Rachel Lee Brand is an American lawyer, academic, and former government official. She was appointed by President Trump to serve as the United States Associate Attorney General from May 22, 2017, until February 20, 2018, when she resigned to take a job as head of global corporate governance at Walmart. Brand was the first woman to serve as Associate Attorney General. Brand had been the No. 3 person behind Rod Rosentstein in the Department of Justice.
      . . .
    • Jesse Panuccio: (#1433) Jesse Michael Panuccio is the acting Associate Attorney General of the United States. He previously served as general counsel to Governor Rick Scott of Florida and as the executive director of the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. Panuccio joined the administration of Governor Rick Scott as deputy general counsel in January 2011. In 2012, Governor Scott appointed Panuccio general counsel to the governor. He currently is occupying the No. 3 place behind Deputy Attorney Rod Rosenstein in the Department of Justice.
  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 6:17:48 PM PDT · 1,545 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to ransomnote; bagster; grey_whiskers; TEXOKIE; TXnMA; stylin19a; bitt; RoosterRedux; No_Doll_i; ...
    SWORDMAKER’S

    LexiQon

    May 21, 2018
    Sunday, 6:15 PM PDT


    To explore the Qomplete up-to-date LexiQon, Qlick on the Q iQon above.

    .

    Link to List of Notable Resignations Q Says We Should Watch

    Today’s revisions and additions:

    • Rachel Brand: (#1433) Rachel Lee Brand is an American lawyer, academic, and former government official. She was appointed by President Trump to serve as the United States Associate Attorney General from May 22, 2017, until February 20, 2018, when she resigned to take a job as head of global corporate governance at Walmart. Brand was the first woman to serve as Associate Attorney General. Brand had been the No. 3 person behind Rod Rosentstein in the Department of Justice.
      . . .
    • Jesse Panuccio: (#1433) Jesse Michael Panuccio is the acting Associate Attorney General of the United States. He previously served as general counsel to Governor Rick Scott of Florida and as the executive director of the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. Panuccio joined the administration of Governor Rick Scott as deputy general counsel in January 2011. In 2012, Governor Scott appointed Panuccio general counsel to the governor. He currently is occupying the No. 3 place behind Deputy Attorney Rod Rosenstein in the Department of Justice.
      . . .
    • SIS: (#144) two possibilities:
      • Secret Intelligence Service, the UK’s MI6.
      • Special Intelligence Service, a defunct NAZI-specialist part of FBI that was rolled into the CIA. (Thanks for both entries above to FreeQ Cboldt).
      • Signal Intelligence Agency: The Signal Intelligence Service (SIS) was the United States Army codebreaking division, headquartered at Arlington Hall (former campus of Arlington Hall Junior College for Women, founded 1927 to 1942, on Arlington Boulevard in Arlington, Virginia, across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C.). It was a part of the U.S. Army Signal Corps so secret that outside the office of the Chief Signal officer, it did not officially exist. SIS was an early predecessor to the modern National Security Agency (NSA) and later appropriated by the National Security Council who reappointed the resources into the modern NSA.(Thanks to FreeQ truthluva). (See NSA).
      • Schengen Information System The Schengen agreement is a foundational document that is “the tie that binds” a lot of the other European Union agreements in matters of trade, taxation, migration, border controls, etc. The "Schengen Information System (SIS) is used by twenty-six European countries to find information about individuals and entities for the purposes of national security, border control and law enforcement. A second technical version of this system, SIS II, went live on 9 April 2013.” Schengen Information System). Given the global nature of corruption and clean-up (”WW”), it’s possible the Schengen-IS may be an important player in rounding up Euro corrupt players. (Thanks to FreeQ KitJ).
  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 5:57:46 PM PDT · 1,524 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to Jack Black
    That contradicts Q. Perhaps he means that the head of the FBI reports to RR on matters involving the 2016 election and Russia, the matters which Sessions recused himself on.

    The Attorney General may delegate authority as he sees fit. That's part of his management duty, however, he is still the buck stops here guy. As you can see the Wikipedia article merely says the Director of the FBI "answers" to the AG, not who is his immediate day to day supervisor.

  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 5:51:03 PM PDT · 1,517 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to txhurl
    HowTF does Wray report to RR?

    He was apparently Comey's direct supervisor as well. It was his duty to make the recommendation about whether Comey be fired or not.

  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 5:47:35 PM PDT · 1,514 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to Jack Black
    And yet, they seem to have got away with it. Like the Kennedy assassination, the theories will go on forever. One person sent me a PM saying that neither Barrack Obama Sr. NOR Stanley Ann are his real parents, somone sent me another PM saying he was born in Canada.

    One of these theories might be true, but which one? If you muddy the waters enough the official story becomes history, and everything else is put off as a 'conspiracy theory'.

    Yeah, they did. One prime reason was the US Supreme Court balked. My Law Librarian friend was still in contact with many of the people she had hired in the Supreme Court law library. They told her that the Justices had them researching like crazy for what they could do. . . but they did not really want to even touch this third rail. So eventually they sent out the word that NO ONE, no matter how much legal standing to challenge BHO, was to be allowed to HAVE STANDING to bring a suit that would ever get anywhere. The Federal Judges were to find a reason to deny standing. That's what happened.

    That made it a political problem and Congress also choked. No one in the House of Representatives had the political will to do it either. . . even in the face of egregious unconstitutional acts, no one was wiling to bring articles of impeachment. However, articles of impeachment would have VALIDATED his legality as President when what really needed to have been done was arrest for espionage and sabotage.

    Trump was the most famous birther of all, it's disappointing he hasn't used the power of the Presidency to ferret out the truth. That would be a bombshell.

    Perhaps he is.

  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 4:53:17 PM PDT · 1,481 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to Spunky
    I find that highly unlikely since the Dept of Health had ALL the birth records. A news person would just go to the D of H and get all them to put in the paper.

    Most newspapers, especially the Advertiser that appeared in, don't do it. They wait for family to send in announcements. Also legal notices are "filler" used to fill space that is not taken up with advertising or news and if there isn't enough space, left on the editing room floor. . . and will never get published.

  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 4:29:53 PM PDT · 1,454 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to Cats Pajamas

    Some things are just coincidences.

  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 3:42:39 PM PDT · 1,433 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to little jeremiah; Cboldt
    If born on foreign soil mother had to have lived for five continuous years after the age of 14 to confer US citizenship upon offspring. At that time. SOmething also about whether married to foreign father or unmarried. Can’t remember. But people need to realize that citizenship at birth and NBC are not the same thing.

    What is totally ridiculous is we have this byzantine labyrinth of regulations for our CITIZENS to pass on THEIR citizenship to their legitimate offspring, but an illegal alien can step across our border by two inches, and ten seconds, and drop a baby who magically gains instant NATURAL BORN CITIZENSHIP! And thirty-five years later is eligible to run for President!

    That rule is based on minority dicta written by a LOSING justice DISAGREEING with the seven to two majority in a Supreme Court case of how he would LIKE the law to be, but isn't. . . yet the bureaucrats decided they were going to TREAT immigrant babies as if the LAW WERE the way that minority progressive justice opined it should be, without a basis in actual law!

    There has been no Supreme Court decision validating that dicta. None, zip, nada.

    How absurd is that?

  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 3:32:18 PM PDT · 1,423 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to Cletus.D.Yokel
    And your handwriting is impeccable. Your rendering of 10-font Times New Roman on this board is exquisite!

    You may not realize this, but I carve them in reverse in granite first, then use extremely expensive specially formulated ink made by trained Octopi, which is then distilled by blind monks who are the only ones in the world who know the formula for its final compounding, which is then rubbed into the granite, transferred to fine sheepskin by seriographic processing, and then reproduced with the most expensive scanner I can find to digitize it before uploading through a secure website to FreeRepublic. Nothing is to good for our FreeQs.

    Editing is a bear. . . one little mistake and I have to toss out an entire slab of granite and start over. You should see the pile from all the revisions of the LexiQon. I am considering seeing if the local road paving company could use a second source of gravel.

  • Q Anon: (5/19/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    05/21/2018 3:22:28 PM PDT · 1,415 of 1,850
    Swordmaker to Cboldt
    That "second hand citizen" line is a canard. It pops up often, but fact of the matter is that a naturilized citizen hass all the rights of one born a citizen, save for eligibility for the presidency.

    It's not a canard. There are classes of citizens. Some citizens have more rights than others. The Natural Born Citizen has the right to run for president which all other classes of US citizens do not have. Ergo, they are second class citizens.