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TheSkipperTwo 18 points ago +18 / -0

If these two wanted to communicate they can do so privately. The fact that this was public means it is for another audience.

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mahaloman79 6 points ago +6 / -0

I agree , these guys know every form of communication is watched and recorded. This was made public for a reason!

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slippypede 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well that would have to mean that General Flynn's prayer was purposely questionable. This is one of the reasons why Lin Wood has a problem with Michael Flynn, amongst others

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Kamalas_a_Bitch 3 points ago +3 / -0

Honesty Lin Wood comes off as a whiny bitch, if that is even Lin Wood’s account.

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slippypede 3 points ago +3 / -0

It might appear that way because he has to plead his case and innocence to a public that may not be aware of all the attacks going on, but by virtue of those attacks have a reflexive negative feeling toward him. If he stays quiet, people would just accept the lies or be uncertain about him.

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bubble_bursts [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Lin tried multiple ties contacting Mike and Joe to clear up a bunch of small things that dont mean anything by itself, but when they pile up, they raise eyebrows. Neither of them have responded.

After Patrick's video - in which he takes it upon himself to defend Mike and Joe, but by belittling the points Lin has made. Given that video, it makes sense Lin released this text message, as long as it was really from Mike. That part, I am not sure.

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Mungfatchee 2 points ago +2 / -0

Wise words.

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SemperSupra 1 point ago +1 / -0

Exactly. People forget that Mike Flynn has a talent for deceiving the Deep State. At the height of their power (Obama years) he convinced them to let him become the Director of Defense Intelligence Agency. That's a powerful position. No way the DS would have given it to Flynn if they'd had the slightest inkling he was a White Hat.

He must've spent years convincing the DS he was no threat and a useful puppet to get to that position. Don't underestimate Flynn's ability to play the long game.

Flynn knew exactly what he was doing when he revealed himself and was forced out of that position. He knows the enemy better than they know themselves. To fool the DS as badly as he did would takes years, decades even, of working your way up and rubbing elbows with the right people at parties. It takes devoting your life to the deception.

No way he's suddenly going to be blackpilled now. This man knows how to fool them. I'd really trust now that he knows what he's doing.

Trust Flynn.

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MAGAsoyboyslayer 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yep. Classic misdirection. Smooth brains dont get military psyops.

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bubble_bursts [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

To fool the DS as badly as he did would takes years, decades even, of working your way up and rubbing elbows with the right people at parties. It takes devoting your life to the deception.

Something has bothered me from the very beginning.

Remember when the whole Flynn saga started when Comey sent some FBI agents to talk to him, and Flynn answered their questions without any counsel present or without any other precautions taken. That was when ECW heard about the meeting and rushed in to stop the meeting.

It was pretty obvious to Ezra, who is much younger than Flynn and a protege of Flynn, that FBI was up to no good.

Flynn, who has rubbed elbows with the right people and worked his way up the DS hierarchy, and who was the head of DIA - is it conceivable that is was naive enough to just talk with those agents?

I can agree if the whole thing is an Act, but it means Comey was in on the act as well and I am not ruling that out. But I find it hard to believe that DS tried to set him up so childishly, and he fell for it. In Comey's own words "We wouldnt have gotten away with this with a more experienced Administration". Well, I would like to think Flynn was one of the experienced old hands in that Administration.

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SemperSupra 1 point ago +1 / -0

No, Comey is not part of the act. I strongly suspect that Flynn knew what the DS was up to and allowed it. He let it happen. He wanted to happen.

I can't find you a link, but another anon explained it very well. Flynn has things he is forbidden by law to talk about. He was given a position where he witness all their crimes. However, he can't talk about it by law, except... if he's being investigated and asked to write a deposition. Now he can tell EVERYTHING.

Flynn's deposition remains classified, but it's there. Like a ticking time bomb.

It's a way to get around their road blocks. Essentially a way to confess to every crime he witnessed while he worked there without breaking the law. And it's all written down and stowed away for the future.

It was months ago that the anon laid it out very beautifully. I wish I could find it again. It would clear that up for you, why Flynn did it and why the DS played into his hands when they thought they were setting him up.

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bubble_bursts [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

It was months ago that the anon laid it out very beautifully.

Damn, I missed this. I will try and look for it, but the search here is not the best :(

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SemperSupra 1 point ago +1 / -0

Gosh I wish I knew where to find it again. I read it in early 2021. If I do find it again, I will send it to you! It broke it down so well. I should have bookmarked it, but I was still new to Q and all. I didn't think about it at the time.

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bubble_bursts [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

but I was still new to Q and all

Wow, seeing the quality of your posts, I have always assumed you were one of the original Anons!

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SemperSupra 2 points ago +2 / -0

Oh no, I've only started investigating the Q stuff this year. I came here from Patriots around the end of February because that site got overrun by shills. The shills there kept screaming "LAAAAAAARRRRPPPP" and "QTTAAAAARD" at everything. I had heard mention of Q and first saw the Q trailer when it mysteriously appeared in early 2018 (not long after Q began posting), but it was the shills on Patriot.win (formally The Donald) that actually inspired me to investigate it so I'd know how to respond to their harassment.

So you can thank shills for getting me into Q.

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Chuggatrumptrain 1 point ago +1 / -0

It looks like it was a text conversation from September. I don't really think anything Flynn says in that is all that crazy so I don't see what the big deal is.

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noidolsleft 1 point ago +1 / -0

called Trump a quitter.

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Chuggatrumptrain 6 points ago +6 / -0

I don't know if Trump is a quitter but two questions I got is:

  1. Why did Trump campaign not know better to receive donations themselves rather than from WinRed.
  2. Why does he continue to push the vaccine. Many people are going out to get the vaccine and if he came out against it many of those people who got it would never have gotten it.
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noidolsleft 3 points ago +3 / -0

Trump has never conceded.

Not sure about all that. The context of the text was the audits. Flynn thought Trump should pony up (probably to his group), but that would have been a bad look with Trump paying for the results he wanted.

I'm not sure about the rest of it, but feels there is some major gambit going on, as Trump seems unflustered through it all. It could be it was vax, or they nuke us all to get depopulated. It could be this was the best option. I can't really pretend to know what I haven't observed.

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Stephanie1 1 point ago +1 / -0

Winred is still soliciting on behalf of trump...

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bubble_bursts [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Why did Trump campaign not know better to receive donations themselves rather than from WinRed.

I highly doubt Trump deals with the logistics of the campaign operation. The question should be directed to the campaign managers.

Why does he continue to push the vaccine

This is getting old. If you understand Devolution, you understand the answer to this question. Its been discussed a million times on this forum.

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50StateLandslide 1 point ago +1 / -0

To add to the vaccine point: people here are missing the biggest issue with the vaccine. Trump is telling people to make their own choice about whether to take the vaccine or not, which is completely logical.

The vax is certainly not "safe and effective". Realistically, it's risky and ineffective, and the MRNA vaccines in particular are potentially life-altering in the long term. That being said, the issue is not primarily the safety of the vaccine. It's the appalling government overreach

It doesn't matter if it's the Pfizer covid jab, the flu shot, or a saline infusion. It is completely wrong for the federal government to push a vaccine or medical treatment on it's citizens, especially when they are all experimental treatments. It is a tremendous rights violation.

Unfortunately, forums like this have become completely irrational, and have gone down far too many rabbit holes trying to tie Trump into the deep state because of his stance on the covid vaccines, which again, is benign compared to the fascism of the Biden regime, which is where the ire should be directed.

People here are being divided, and have become so "anti-vax" that they're willing to completely disregard their fellow patriots, many of whom have very tough decisions to make. My employer is going to require the vaccine by December 9th, because if they don't, they'll essentially be put out of business because medicare/medicaid has threatened to stop paying us for the services we provide to our elderly patients.

So at this point, it's either; I take the J&J jab and risk getting blood clots, or I get let go with about a weeks notice, with no way to feed my child or put a roof over their head. Many like me can't win, because if we get the vax (which we don't want), we're not "pure-blooded", and we're ostracized from a community enjoy being a part of, along with potentially having side effects from the vax. And if we don't take the vax, we are ostracized by the brainwashed masses who think we're killing the elderly.

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NeuroticFisherman 2 points ago +2 / -0

The people around here are militantly antivax. You'll get yelled down at with any mention of possibly taking the shot. I've had multiple diagnosed autoimmune issues for the last 12 years or so. So I decided to get the vaccine. Trump helped create it, and continues to push it sometimes despite getting boo'ed at rallies for saying so. I'd figure he's more privy to information than even the autists around here could ever figure out. Most all the people around me that I know have also been vaccinated. I haven't seen one negative reaction to it, except for the common side effects in the first day or two. None of the people I know have gotten covid since we got vaccinated, despite friends going out to bars and restaurants and whatever. And covid is definitely something different than the flu, I helped my parents when they got it after New years last year. People around here get so locked into the rabbit holes they've gone down, they can't conceive that maybe they've been mislead by misinformation. My doctor's have always helped me with my chronic illnesses, and the meds they prescribe genuinely help my conditions when comparing before and after. But of course you mention these personal experiences and you'll get down voted and argued with constantly. Try not to fear having to get the vaccine for your work. You'll more than likely be just fine. You have more of a risk for development long-term health complications from catching covid than taking the vaccine by a lot.

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PaulRevere01 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think this is lul bait, ;)

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Dodger214 6 points ago +6 / -0

I don't see Mike Flynn sitting with his phone typing out a wall of text and ending with emojis like that.

Mike strikes me as the 2 or 3 word text kind of guy, without emojis.

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SemperSupra 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yup.

Flynn's also very skilled at duping the DS. How do people think he tricked the Obama administration into making him the Director of Defense Intelligence Agency.?

That's a powerful position. DS does not give that to known White Hats. When Flynn revealed himself they were the most shocked and quickly forced him out. It's obvious from their frothing at the mouth hatred for Flynn that he completely fooled them. They hate people that trick them because they are usually the ones who fool others. Getting deceived by the good guys makes them feel inferior.

Whatever is happening now between Lin and Flynn is being deliberately done in public. They could settle it in private, yet they're CHOOSING to be public about their feud. Optics.

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Thwok 2 points ago +2 / -0

"Appear weak and disorganized when you are strong."

... this pattern is appearing all over, more and more (once you scratch below the surface like you did).

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newchina 2 points ago +2 / -0

Haha! When the “masters” can’t even make their own psyop work on us. Hahahaha!!!

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Tiger19 2 points ago +2 / -0

I dont even remotely believe that something like this would be made public. I call BS

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CrimsonSentinal 1 point ago +1 / -0

Michael Flynn is definitely Q team, probably the single most important player. The reason Obama went after him is because or his intelligence. I’ll bet my house that Space Force was General Michael Flynn’s creation.

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bubble_bursts [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

I sincerely hope so.