Swordmaker
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SWORDMAKER’S
FreeQer’s

LexiQon
Friday, November 3, 2018
10:00 AM PDT



The Comprehensive LexiQon of Q
Acronyms, Cited Organizations,
Persons, and Terminology


Compiled and edited by
Swordmaker
FreeQ Associate Editors:
TexOkie, Cats Pajamas (on leave), CJ Wolf, Davey Crockett, KitJ, StormFlag


"In a time of universal deceit,
telling the truth is a revolutionary act."

George Orwell



Q Drops in the LexiQon are numbered in the LexiQon as found on Q Drop aggregating site
Qanon.pub.


108,679 WORDS.
~511 PAGES
All on One Very Long Webpage.



LexiQon Quick Access Index
Characters and Numbers
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Government Officials

Who have been fired, resigned, or who are not seeking re-election.
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(Thanks to FreeQ JockoManning for suggesting more white space.)
Please Freepmail me with any corrections, suggestions, questions, or noted errors, thanks.

Note: Items in the LexiQon are alphabetized as they appear in the Q drops, which is usually first name, last name, for ease of finding them in the list and to keep them together as much as possible with their initials when Q has mixed names with initials.

The LexiQon citations includes Q Drop number of first use.

Q states spelling and sentence structure are frequently deliberate. That means that almost all words in upper case may possibly be acronyms. For example, it may be possible that "BOOM" without an exclamation point may be an acronym, not an explosion and "CLAS" may not may not be a contraction of "classified" but may be an acronym, etc. so it is suggested that doing research on the most fitting acronyms may yield results. If you find an apt acronym, let me know via Freepmail.

(Thanks to FreeQ SERKIT for suggesting the name change to "LexiQon")



Click Here The List of Notable Resignations Q Says We Should Watch.


LexiQon Entry Leaders in RED have been either newly added to the LexiQon or had their content significantly amended since the last version of the LexiQon was published. (Thanks to FreeQ stylin19a for the suggestion.).
LexiQon Entry Leaders in GREEN were updated on the previous update.



IMPORTANT NOTE — It turns out there is a very good reason Q is always saying to re-read the “crumbs” or Drops! They’ve changed and Future DOES affect the past!



Swordmaker’s Q LexiQon


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Grassley came into more national prominence with the rancorous qualification and confirmation hearings for President Trump's latest nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh, to replace the retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy, in mid-to-late summer of 2018, when the Democrats on the Committee on the Judiciary went on a search and destroy mission on Kavanaugh's career, reputation, and life, going back into his teenage and high-school records and unfounded and unsubstantiated accusations of sexual misbehavior at a party when he was seventeen years old for which there was a single accuser and no evidence and for which the named witnesses ALL claimed they did not see what the accuser said they had experienced and witnessed. Despite Grassley's attempts to maintain decorum, treat the accusing witness with respect, and even the opposing Democrats with the proper decorum the Senate requires, the democrats attempted through a campaign of delaying tactics, innuendo, outright accusations, rumors, lies, and hints of character flaws without evidence to smear Kavanaugh and his family, in an attempt to force either him or President Trump into withdrawing the nomination. Grassley, using parliamentary rules succeeded in moving the vote in committee and to the floor of the Senate, not without further sabotage from RINO Republican Senator Jeff Flake (Arizona) who demanded another FBI background check investigation in exchange for his "Aye" vote, and eventual approval of Kavanaugh for the seat. Grassley handled it all in a gentlemanly manner, with grace, firmly, and politely. (See Justice Brett Kavanaugh, FBI, Senator Dianne Feinstein, Christine Blasey Ford, Justice Anthony Kennedy, President Donald Trump, United Stated Supreme Court).