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The Palmieri Report
The Palmieri Report is a Pro-America News Outlet founded by Jacob Palmieri two years ago at the age of 19. Since its founding, it has gotten over 200k pages views and over 20k followers. The Palmieri Report is dedicated to debunking the lies spread by the left-wing Mainstream Media. thepalmierireport.com
Jacob Palmieri
The Palmieri Report
The Palmieri Report is a Pro-America News Outlet founded by Jacob Palmieri two years ago at the age of 19. Since its founding, it has gotten over 200k pages views and over 20k followers. The Palmieri Report is dedicated to debunking the lies spread by the left-wing Mainstream Media. thepalmierireport.com
Jacob Palmieri
QAnon
The Great Awakening Although many readers may be familiar with the deeper, more intricate parts of the internet, the context behind the character of Q must be surveyed before one can begin to grasp straws. Q originates from the online image-board 4chan, where users can post anonymously or with a temporary user name along. On this imageboard are multiple “threads,” spanning across various genres and topics for discussion. Although the entire platform is often vilified as racist or as though possessing a nefarious ulterior motive, there are many imageboards that have nothing to do with politics. For example, /po/ is dedicated to paper-craft and origami, /vp/ is dedicated to Pokémon, and /lgbt/ is a platform of discussion for homosexual and trans-gendered individuals. Unfortunately, 4chan gets a notoriously bad rap due to the unforgiving, brutal, and often malevolent attitude and practices of users on /pol/. /pol/ is 4chan’s imageboard that has been around since 2011, and is an abbreviation for the imageboard’s full name: “Politically Incorrect.” It is within this particular digital space that we found Q. Because of this factor alone, virtually anybody could be Q. It is not necessarily true that this identity is a single person, as a variety of users could post to 4chan with the user name. The latter part, “Anon,” comes from the word “anonymous,” and is usually employed as a title for 4chan posters. For the most part, Q is seen posting on /pol/. Q posted the following sequence of numbers, ‘4, 10, 20.’ After that, he posted a series of more questions under the same lines as the previous, and then asked us to, “Prepare messages of reassurance based on what was dropped here to spread on different platforms.” 4, 10, and 20, when correlated to the letters of the alphabet, come out to: D, J, and T, which many users have taken as a reference to President Donald J. Trump. Users point out that it is interesting to note that the person posting as Q has almost always referred to themselves in plurality and almost never in singularity (i.e., “we,” not, “I“). On November 4, 2017, Q began to ask questions in his standard format on the topic of Saudi Arabia. “He implied that what happened in Saudi Arabia would happen to the US. One Anon made the connection of the Abdulaziz family to one of the four families mentioned previously, which Q all but confirmed.” On November 5, 2017, Q began to ask questions about the recent Las Vegas shooting, implying that Obama had been “groomed to be the 44th President… After that, Q asked us about who owns controlling shares in major media and popular internet websites.” The answer being, of course, the recently arrested Saudi prince al-Waleed, who owned massive amounts of shares in Twitter, news outlets (including FOX), and even owned floors of the hotel where gunman Stephen Paddock killed over 100 civilians. Al-Waleed had also assisted in funding Obama’s education at Harvard University. On November 16, 2017, a midair collision between two aerial vehicles occurred over a home belonging to the Rothschild family, killing four. However, three days prior, Q had made yet another post on /pol/, stating the following: “Distress Cal[L]s to others will [d]o you/family no good at this stage. We know whe[R]e you/the family are at all times and can hear you breathing. -Q.” The brackets around the letters L, d, and R in Q‘s message were decoded by journalist Liz Corkin as possibly referring to Lynne de Rothschild, meaning that this was a threat made by Q. The identity behind the name, or rather, the letter, predicting (usually accurately) significant international socio-political events is unknown, and will likely always be a mystery due to the anonymity that the internet can provide. However, the ongoing speculation regarding exactly who Q is and how he/she/they have access to incredibly compromising information is far from over. The Storm is here FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT.....Q
Phillip Needham
Rennie Elliott
USA Patriot
QAnon
The Great Awakening Although many readers may be familiar with the deeper, more intricate parts of the internet, the context behind the character of Q must be surveyed before one can begin to grasp straws. Q originates from the online image-board 4chan, where users can post anonymously or with a temporary user name along. On this imageboard are multiple “threads,” spanning across various genres and topics for discussion. Although the entire platform is often vilified as racist or as though possessing a nefarious ulterior motive, there are many imageboards that have nothing to do with politics. For example, /po/ is dedicated to paper-craft and origami, /vp/ is dedicated to Pokémon, and /lgbt/ is a platform of discussion for homosexual and trans-gendered individuals. Unfortunately, 4chan gets a notoriously bad rap due to the unforgiving, brutal, and often malevolent attitude and practices of users on /pol/. /pol/ is 4chan’s imageboard that has been around since 2011, and is an abbreviation for the imageboard’s full name: “Politically Incorrect.” It is within this particular digital space that we found Q. Because of this factor alone, virtually anybody could be Q. It is not necessarily true that this identity is a single person, as a variety of users could post to 4chan with the user name. The latter part, “Anon,” comes from the word “anonymous,” and is usually employed as a title for 4chan posters. For the most part, Q is seen posting on /pol/. Q posted the following sequence of numbers, ‘4, 10, 20.’ After that, he posted a series of more questions under the same lines as the previous, and then asked us to, “Prepare messages of reassurance based on what was dropped here to spread on different platforms.” 4, 10, and 20, when correlated to the letters of the alphabet, come out to: D, J, and T, which many users have taken as a reference to President Donald J. Trump. Users point out that it is interesting to note that the person posting as Q has almost always referred to themselves in plurality and almost never in singularity (i.e., “we,” not, “I“). On November 4, 2017, Q began to ask questions in his standard format on the topic of Saudi Arabia. “He implied that what happened in Saudi Arabia would happen to the US. One Anon made the connection of the Abdulaziz family to one of the four families mentioned previously, which Q all but confirmed.” On November 5, 2017, Q began to ask questions about the recent Las Vegas shooting, implying that Obama had been “groomed to be the 44th President… After that, Q asked us about who owns controlling shares in major media and popular internet websites.” The answer being, of course, the recently arrested Saudi prince al-Waleed, who owned massive amounts of shares in Twitter, news outlets (including FOX), and even owned floors of the hotel where gunman Stephen Paddock killed over 100 civilians. Al-Waleed had also assisted in funding Obama’s education at Harvard University. On November 16, 2017, a midair collision between two aerial vehicles occurred over a home belonging to the Rothschild family, killing four. However, three days prior, Q had made yet another post on /pol/, stating the following: “Distress Cal[L]s to others will [d]o you/family no good at this stage. We know whe[R]e you/the family are at all times and can hear you breathing. -Q.” The brackets around the letters L, d, and R in Q‘s message were decoded by journalist Liz Corkin as possibly referring to Lynne de Rothschild, meaning that this was a threat made by Q. The identity behind the name, or rather, the letter, predicting (usually accurately) significant international socio-political events is unknown, and will likely always be a mystery due to the anonymity that the internet can provide. However, the ongoing speculation regarding exactly who Q is and how he/she/they have access to incredibly compromising information is far from over. The Storm is here FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT.....Q
Phillip Needham
Rennie Elliott
USA Patriot
RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS
Conservative journalists/bloggers Craig Andresen from The National Patriot and Diane Sori from The Patriot Factor have joined forces to co-host RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS, a hard hitting Conservative internet radio show to bring you the news the msm will NOT tell you and other social media sites will NOT allow you to tell. Carried LIVE on American Political Radio at: http://listen.samcloud.com/w/73891/American-Political-Radio#history and on TuneIn at: https://tunein.com/radio/American-Political-Radio-s273246/ every Tuesday and Friday nights from 7 to 9pm EST, RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS also has a hosting/archive site on PodBean at: https://rightsidepatriots.podbean.com/ where you can listen to their current and a number of past shows at your convenience. Besides bringing you their own unique perspective to the political discourse interview, RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS also from time to time interviews people 'of name.' Craig and Diane also hope you visit their respective blogs The National Patriot at: http//:thenationalpatriot.com and The Patriot Factor at: http//:thepatriotfactor.blogspot.com
Diane Sori
Phillip Needham
RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS
Conservative journalists/bloggers Craig Andresen from The National Patriot and Diane Sori from The Patriot Factor have joined forces to co-host RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS, a hard hitting Conservative internet radio show to bring you the news the msm will NOT tell you and other social media sites will NOT allow you to tell. Carried LIVE on American Political Radio at: http://listen.samcloud.com/w/73891/American-Political-Radio#history and on TuneIn at: https://tunein.com/radio/American-Political-Radio-s273246/ every Tuesday and Friday nights from 7 to 9pm EST, RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS also has a hosting/archive site on PodBean at: https://rightsidepatriots.podbean.com/ where you can listen to their current and a number of past shows at your convenience. Besides bringing you their own unique perspective to the political discourse interview, RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS also from time to time interviews people 'of name.' Craig and Diane also hope you visit their respective blogs The National Patriot at: http//:thenationalpatriot.com and The Patriot Factor at: http//:thepatriotfactor.blogspot.com
Diane Sori
Phillip Needham