The QAnon “Conspiracy” question put to POTUS
A major shift has occurred!
On two consecutive days this past week, a female reporter in the White House briefing room (I could not identify her, but definitely one who is not friendly to POTUS) asked President Trump about “the QAnon movement.”
Although in 2018, a reporter had asked then-White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders about “Q,” this is the first time a mainstream news (i.e., fake news) reporter had brought up Q in a question directly to the President. The immediate trigger event was a primary run-off election victory in Georgia.
On August 11th, Marjorie Taylor Greene won the Republican primary run-off election by 20 points in Georgia’s 14th Congressional district. She is likely to win in November in this heavily red, rural Georgia district northwest of Atlanta.
In the past Mrs. Greene had made comments favorable towards QAnon. After the election, she explained her position vis a vis Q:
“I was just one of those people, just like millions of other Americans, that just started looking at other information,” Greene said. “And so, yeah, there was a time there for a while that I had read about Q, posted about it, talked about it, which is some of these videos you’ve seen come out. But once I started finding misinformation, I decided that I would choose another path.”
She also blamed the media for the coverage of the videos, claiming journalists decided “to try to create a narrative about me that’s not true.”
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy has backed her candidacy, according to the Daily Caller. Trump has done the same, referring to Greene as a “future Republican Star” and “a real WINNER.” Source or URL: https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/marjorie-taylor-greene-rejects-qanon-candidate-label
Greene also remarked, “So the Republican establishment was against me. The DC swamp has been against me. And the lying fake news media hates my guts,” she said. “Yep, it’s a badge of honor.” Source or URL: https://www.chicagotribune.com/election-2020/ct-marjorie-taylor-greene-election-20200811-mumvzgr5yfhsjesdnw7szb6jom-story.html
Thus, at President Trump’s news conference in the WH briefing room on August 19th, Trump was asked about Greene’s supposed belief in the “QAnon conspiracy.” This smells to me like a setup of the President. Here’s how his enemies would try to set the trap. Have the reporter try to get Trump to “endorse” QAnon. Then the deep state/cabal would set in motion a false flag event to be staged almost certainly before, not after the November 3rd election.
Just watch for some mind-controlled asset of the cabal to commit some kind of crazed, violent act and he/she just happens to be wearing Q cap or T-shirt or in some other way to be connected to the “crazy QAnon conspiracy.”
And thus, the Lying Medianites would be killing two birds with one stone: helping destroy Trump’s credibility in the minds of gullible, fence-sitting voters and simultaneously it would keep more people from even investigating the Q phenomenon for themselves.
Oh yeah, but that would require a bit of effort and certainly require critical and independent thinking on the part of the inquirer. Had the reporter spent time to actually investigate the over 100 “Q proofs” section of some of the websites devoted to posting and analyzing Q drops, then she would have been confronted with more truth than she could handle.
Or maybe she did do her homework, and has simply chosen to continue to play for the wrong team. In any event, while this week was significant in it being a first for the President to be asked about Q, she—deliberately or not—asked the wrong question.
What might have been an even more basic question is this: “Mr. President, Is Q real, and if so, do you know who he/she/they are?” But that might have opened a Pandora’s box from the perspective of the cabal, and they could not risk that just yet. But at some point, Q will be revealed whether “they” are ready or not.
Here is a transcript of the two questions by the reporter and Mr. Trump’s answers, which in my opinion were brilliant, in not falling into the trap, and in fact, turning the snide question about cannibalism, etc. right back into the face of the reporter. He is as sharp as a new razor!
“Q During the pandemic, the QAnon movement has been — appears to be gaining a lot of followers. Can you talk about what you think about that and what you have to say to people who are following this movement right now?
THE PRESIDENT: Well, I don’t know much about the movement, other than I understand they like me very much, which I appreciate, but I don’t know much about the movement. I have heard that it is gaining in popularity. And from what I hear, it’s — these are people that, when they watch the streets of Portland, when they watch what happened in New York City in just the last six or seven months — but this was starting even four years ago when I came here. Almost four years; can you believe it?
These are people that don’t like seeing what’s going on in places like Portland and places like Chicago and New York and other cities and states. And I’ve heard these are people that love our country, and they just don’t like seeing it.
So I don’t know, really, anything about it other than they do, supposedly, like me. And they also would like to see problems in these areas — like, especially the areas that we’re talking about — go away. Because there’s no reason the Democrats can’t run a city. And if they can’t, we will send in all of the federal — whether it’s troops or law enforcement, whatever they’d like — we’ll send them in. We’ll straighten out their problem in 24 hours or less.
Q And, Mr. President, at the crux of the theory is this belief that you are secretly saving the world from this satanic cult of pedophiles and cannibals. Does that sound like something you are behind or a believer in?
THE PRESIDENT: Well, I haven’t — I haven’t heard that. But is that supposed to be a bad thing or a good thing? [Brilliant! Emphasis mine—JWB] I mean, you know, if I can help save the world from problems, I’m willing to do it. I’m willing to put myself out there.
And we are, actually. We’re saving the world from a radical-left philosophy that will destroy this country. And when this country is gone, the rest of the world would follow. The rest of the world would follow. That’s the importance of this country.
And when you look at some of the things that these people are saying, with “Defund the Police” and no borders, open borders — everybody just pour right into our country; no testing, no nothing. You know, you talk about testing — no testing. Mexico, as you know, has a very high rate of infection.
The wall is now going to be, next week, 300 miles long. Our numbers are extraordinary on the border. Had that — and this is through luck, perhaps, more than talent, although the talent is getting built when one party refuses to allow it. You don’t hear talk about the wall anymore.
But I will say this: We need strength in our country, not weakness. Too much weakness.” [Source here, or full URL: https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/remarks-president-trump-press-briefing-august-19-2020/ ]
So, in closing, I offer a note of prudent caution to the now probably millions of Americans who read and study the Q drops: Beware of a false flag event which would attempt to tie Q followers/supporters/readers to any violent activity. Recommendation: Do NOT sport any Q hats, T-shirts, signs or other paraphernalia in public gatherings.
The words of our Savior and King, the Lord Jesus Christ seem appropriate for such a time as this:
Matthew 10:16 Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves.