GoCubsGo wrote: ↑Tue Nov 10, 2020 3:42 pm
Damn, there goes Solar's theory.
neoplacebo wrote: ↑Tue Nov 10, 2020 3:47 pm
These goddamn clukkers would shit themselves if they knew that it was me all along.....just seeing how far they would go. What a hoot. Q out.
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/10/tech ... trump.html
… “We’re losing,” one tweeted. “Not sure I trust the plan anymore. Not sure there even is a plan.”
… (On a recent day, there were fewer new posts on one of 8kun’s QAnon boards than on its board for adult-diaper fetishists.)
Hey, people have to pick one or the other.
… “They were not expecting him to lose, and they were not expecting Fox News to call it,” he said. “It was really psychologically damaging.”
Over the last few months, QAnon followers have been barred from most major social media platforms, deflating the movement’s momentum and depriving it of its most effective organizing tools. Large Facebook groups and YouTube channels with hundreds of thousands of subscribers disappeared overnight, and some of QAnon’s most prominent promoters have been reduced to peddling conspiracy theories on fringe websites.
The crackdowns have hurt QAnon’s grifter class — the self-appointed leaders who make a living selling Q merchandise, writing QAnon-themed books and organizing offline Q events. But they also disconnected rank-and-file believers from the communities where they gathered to discuss the news, decode the latest drops and plan for the future.
… A Morning Consult survey conducted over the weekend found that seven out of 10 Republicans now doubt that the 2020 election was “free and fair.”
The Qanon is dead, long live the Qanon!
… On a podcast on Friday, two prominent QAnon influencers, known by their online handles InTheMatrixxx and Shady Groove, urged their fellow believers not to give up hope. The election will be proven fraudulent, they agreed, and Q’s prediction of a Trump victory will look even more prescient in hindsight.
“We’re winning, folks,” InTheMatrixxx said.
Shady Groove agreed.
“This is not what you thought winning would look like,” he said. “But trust me.”