A Nameless Line of People
My wife has a saying that she probably told her children when they were growing up: “If you saw one of your friends jump off a bridge, would you do it, too?”
This movement began with an October 2017 with one post on 4chan. The identity of the individual(s) whose name is hidden behind a single letter of the alphabet has been one of the most hotly debated issues on the internet. Unfortunately, whoever was behind the original posts supported Trump and his determination to ‘drain the swamp’.
Conspiracy theories feed the hopes and fears of those without a powerful voice, so being part of a group of like-minded individuals gave them comfort that justice would finally be enacted against the Cabal and their minions, even if other countries had to get in on the act. But I shouldn’t mock them for that because Liberty and Justice for All is part of their credo. It’s just a shame that the second part (United under God) is lost.
David Wilcock has been echoing what this group has been sharing over the last four years. For some reason, and I suspect it’s because of all the ‘insider’ information he’d been feed, he thought Trump was a good guy doing a difficult job. Didn’t he see the riots, didn’t he see the insurrection? Did he want Martial Law to be enacted? Spiritual people aren’t supposed to root for either side of a conflict, as far as I am concerned.
And speaking of Martial Law: the ‘true believers’ wanted to reverse the will of the people, by Trump declaring a military state and staying in power. Really? The Storming of the Capitol put paid to that idea when the National Guard was called out to protect Washington DC, so that the Biden/Harris inauguration could proceed without a hitch. That was a monumental blunder, in my opinion.
WWG1WWA: Trust the Plan?
What a shame, eh? One rat was pushed from the sinking ship, and the rest were all lost.