Qx – The Worst Is Yet to Come

| June 6, 2020

The Great Awakening and Planet X or How I Found the Peace of QThe Q community at large, and especially the QAnons and bakers, the very events we see today, were accurately predicted by Q in 2017, and yes, the worst is yet to come.

The riots will escalate into an armed rebellion, and the White House is ground zero.

What did the administration know back in 2017, according to Q?

This article offers a summary of what is being discussed and analyzed and how this could eventually play out.

Soros was a Nazi collaborator during WWII.  He hates America and funds Antifa, which operates in the fashion of the Nazi Party militia known as the “Brown Shirts.” during the rise of Adolf Hitler.

The concern for the White House is that because Defense Secretary Mark Esper openly opposes using the Insurrection Act, this encourages Soros and Antifa.

“I say this not only as Secretary of Defense but also as a former soldier and a former member of the National Guard. The option to use active-duty forces in a law enforcement role should only be used as a matter of last resort, and only in the most urgent and dire situations. We are not in one of those situations now. I do not support invoking the Insurrection Act.”- Defense Secretary Mark Esper

Esper is correct in doing so due to the relationship between the Insurrection Act and the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878.   Below is an excellent summary:

ThoughtCo.com, June 4, 2020
Posse Comitatus Act: Can U.S. Troops Be Deployed on American Soil?
Key Takeaways: The Posse Comitatus and Insurrection Acts

  • The Posse Comitatus Act and the Insurrection Act work in tandem to define and limit circumstances under which U.S. military forces can be deployed on American soil.

  • The Posse Comitatus Act prohibits the armed forces from being used to enforce laws within the United States, unless authorized by the Constitution or an act of Congress.

  • The Insurrection Act provides an exception to the Posse Comitatus Act, authorizing the President to deploy both the regular U.S. military and the active-duty National Guard in cases of insurrection and rebellion.

  • The Insurrection Act can empower the President to bypass Congress in deploying the regular Military on American soil.

  • While the rights to assemble and protest are granted by the First Amendment, they can be limited or suspended when such protests endanger property or human life and safety.

What Esper is saying, is that stopping riots does rise to a threshold necessary for stepping into the fight.  I was serving in the National Gaurd when Kent State happened and I see his point.

In other words, the Military defends the Constitution by defending Federalism. I’m glad to see it. I’m also delighted to hear from AG Barr that the arrests of Antifa organizers are well underway.

On the other hand, I’m also sad that despite those arrests, Soros still has the bit in his mouth, being encouraged by Esper’s opposition.

This is the battle of Kursk again, and Soros is aiming at Trump, and this time it will be more than bricks.  The goal is to burn the White House and to assassinate the President and the Vice-President.

At that point, Nancy Pelosi becomes President, and Soros et al. will control America.

They will fail.

Antifa is pouring the troops into D.C., and the Mayor is clearing a killing field around the White House.   Esper was quite clear.  He has no issue with getting into the fight, as long as it is a Constitutional one.

Once riots evolve into an armed rebellion and the White House is under siege and on fire, that’s when gloves come off.  Forget tear gas, and we’re talking AC-130 gunships.

Then, things will settle down and we’ll have a marvelous 4th quarter.


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