Explaining Qanon by | Feb 19, 2020 | Q Movement | 2 comments f 2 Comments Wes on February 20, 2020 at 10:59 am Our military have been collecting evidence since the early 1970’s when they discovered our State Department was leaking classified military secrets to the North Vietnamese. Treason by military tribunal will keep the bad actors from years of appeals when they are taken into custody. Reply Kathleen on February 21, 2020 at 10:49 am I think you just about hit the nail on the head! Q is a team of military intelligence at its finest. By releasing certain bits of information to the “anons” in this way, Q is able to expose what is really going on – news the news does not want you to know. It is a fact that our MSM is 90% owned and operated by an elitist group of only 6 corporations, all with the same NWO globalist philosophy and a dedicated agenda. We can no longer trust them to provide us with true and accurate information. Over the years people surely have noticed the emphasis on Hollywood stars, the repeats of phrases and the exact same story lines of how terrible Trump is supposed to be no matter which channel, one or two clips of “American Made” and that is supposed to be 1/2 hour of everything that is happening in the world news. But with the Q team, a decent and enlightened POTUS in place, and many of our citizen journalists speaking out and disseminating information, the public is waking up. Corrupt politicians, liars, traitors and criminals will be held accountable and justice will finally be served. As Christians we know the force behind all lies is, of course, evil. Jesus said the devil is a liar from the beginning and the father of lies. (John 8:44) Another aspect of Q is following the money to what actually is the funding for the DNC, human traffic, drugs, etc. I think he’s got a handle on that one too. It’s all coming out into the open. Hence – dark to light. Reply Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.