In this video, #Qanon gives us some great advice on discerning whether your favorite YouTuber is cashing in on the Q movement.
#Qanon faced some criticism over on Qresearch board. Many Anons are impatient and want to see some high-level arrests made in the public square. An interesting news story pushed on several websites discusses how a team of researchers were able to keep a pig brain alive, disembodied mind you, for over 36 hours. This links... Continue Reading →
#Qanon makes us aware of the Wojicki Sisters connection to Sergey Brin and piques our curiosity over Google's deep funds for transhumanist research.
#Qanon has us going deeper with the tarmac meeting. The Clintons and Loretta Lynch were allegedly agreeing to an appointment of Lynch to the Supreme Court.
Trump fire and the raid on his longtime attorney, Cohen, put things on another level. So, we are to trust Wray, but he signed off on the Cohen raid, didn't he?
Neo-con fall guy, Scooter Libby, who took a hit during the Valerie Plame legal proceedings. Found guilty on multiple felonies Libby was able to achieve a pardon from Trump today. The question on everyone's mind is: Why?
#Qanon has us take a good look at the things that are going on over at Facebook and how that is playing out in the MSM. Mark Zuckerburg is in the hotseat as he is on video pledging to never abuse his users trust by selling their data.
Coincheck was one of the few crypto exchanges that used hot wallets not cold wallets, which are not secure No excuses or explanations were given so far in this case, but it's under current investigation by Japanese Financial Services Authorities. This is by far the largest theft in the history of the world. Other suspicious activity... Continue Reading →
There Really is an App for Everything Beinvenidos is Spanish for "welcome". It also may soon be an app to aid illegal immigrants in their US-Mexican border crossing. With the recent controversy surrounding the proposed DACA paths to citizenship, this app would cause political waves in both parties. The makers of the application initially contacted Brian Anderson at... Continue Reading →
The Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Jay Clayton, put the heat on some companies in one of his speeches at the Securities Regulation Institute. He was directing his comments towards companies that are looking to get a boost from the blockchain buzz. Apparently, several companies- some rather well known- have been giving blatantly... Continue Reading →