On November 2, 2018, “Q” posted a message saying that six “senior members of the Democratic Party” sent a letter to White House counsel Don McGahn about the Hatch Act violations committed by “Q.” See message.
Why did select senior members of the D party  send a letter to Don McGahn in early Oct. outlining ‘Hatch Act’ violations re: Q?#2388 at 2018-11-02 18:35:57 (UTC+1)
FOIA works in this situation.
The Hatch Act of 1918 essentially says that federal employees can’t engage in partisan political activity on government time, premises or equipment. Thus these political officials either knew or believed that Q was a Fed (or a personal services contractor).
“Military personnel are governed by DoD Directive 1344.10, Political Activities by Members of the Armed Forces. Rules are substantially similar to ‘further restricted’ employees.”https://home.army.mil/leavenworth/application/files/1415/3937/2555/CPAC_Hatch_Act.pdf
The below explains that the Act applies to personal service contractors but not employees of government contract firms (although decorum is required for the latter).
Why would the President’s top political opponents complain to the White House about Hatch Act violations committed by “Q?”
They thought “Q” was working for President Trump as a direct channel of communication to the people and they wanted to stop the messages.
Why wouldn’t they complain to the Office of Special Counsel?
Because they couldn’t identify who “Q” was.
Q wrote that fewer than 10 people knew what was going on (let’s assume 8 or 9) and most of them were “military” (assume military intelligence):
You can count the people who have the full picture on two hands. Of those (Less than 10 people) only three are non-military. Why is this relevant? Game theory. Outside of a potential operator who has been dialed-in w/ orders (specific to his/her mission) nobody else has this information. Operators never divulge. Alice & Wonderland.#60, 2017-11-02 23:03:36 (UTC+1)
Anons decoded/commented on this message:
1. “70% of people leading this mission are from military. The cells can be played against each other.”
2. Game theory — “Military Intellegence Game theory….A method of predicting opponent’s choices by evaluating payouts. Used in War Planning. Also relates to nuclear arms, i.e. Mutually Assured Destruction.”
3. “Military will not divulge operations prior to or after until that operation is no longer deemed classified.”
4. “Alice & Wonderland” refers to “Hillary Clinton and Saudi Arabia.”
5. The Democrats at one point tried to say that “Q” was a “Russian bot.” The anons posted a photo of Fox & Friends broadcast.
“Q” advised people to submit a Freedom of Information Act request to obtain the letter that the Democrats sent to the White House.
You can request the letter either at the government’s FOIA portal or directly from the White House.
Paul Furber and Ron Watkins both have denied being “Q” yet the theory persists that either or both somehow are.
“No outside comms.”
The incessant attacks on “Q” have taken a variety of forms:
- Russian propaganda
- Foreign disinformation, other
- “Live Action Role Play” or LARP – people just made it up
- Domestic violent extremist fringe group
- White supremacists
- Trump campaign ploy
Certainly there are going to be people who use the “Q” idea and imagery in all sorts of distorted ways, such as the above, either because they misunderstand the messages or because they deliberately want to destroy their actual meaning and intent.
But they’ve ignored the simplest and most obvious explanation, the one provided by “Q” himself or herself, and the one that is consonant with the words of Steve Pieczenik, Robert David Steele, and General Flynn, all military intelligence operators:
1. Q is a military intelligence operation aimed at staging a counter-coup (Pieczenik) against the machine (Clinton, Obama, et al.) which silently overthrew our government from the inside – “infiltration not invasion.”
2. Q is “irregular warfare” (General Flynn) powered by “an army of digital soldiers” (Flynn). It is irrelevant that Flynn has disavowed it; Q stated “disinformation is necessary.”
3. The President established a direct channel of communication to the people (Robert David Steele) to counter the “fake news” which carried the water for the coup and still does.
President Obama on January 5, 2017 stated (per FBI agent and counterintelligence chief Peter Strzok) “these are unusual times.”
He was exactly right.
It was unusual that President Trump actually won an election that was supposed to be rigged.
Things haven’t been normal for a long time. The “Q” campaign is part of a much larger strategy to get us out of this mess.
The purpose is to deprogram us, and—though it’s taken years—clearly it is working.
By Dr. Dannielle (Dossy) Blumenthal. All opinions are the author’s own. Public domain.