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  1. On 12/4/2021 at 9:24 AM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:
    On 11/30/2021 at 5:08 PM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    As to Sidney Powell...



    Obama Judge Linda Parker ignored Trump’s case on the integrity of the 2020 Election in Michigan raised by attorney Sidney Powell.   It’s not clear if she ever looked at it.

    That is some sloppy reporting.  Judge Parker went through each of the Michigan "Kraken" affiant declarations, one by one, as summarized in her August judgement.

    If one doesn't read that judgement, and takes the sloppy antics at the Gateway Pundit as truth ...  "rhetoric is not a correct epistemological form for identifying facts."

  2. Byrne and Wood (I forget who first suggested it) briefly mentioned an off-stage possible investigation into Sidney Powell's fundraising org or orgs. Seems they were in the ballpark.

    Lin Wood gave his best wishes ...


    The love of money is the root of all evil. Follow the money and you will find the evil. Having stated that simple TRUTH, I pray that the investigation of Sidney Powell clears her of any wrongdoing. I pray for...


  3. 22 hours ago, Marc said:

    The plan is real and I trust it! 

    Interesting. Sidney Powell and General Flynn have both remarked that there is no magic plan. 

    On the other hand, there is a bargeload of things you can kind of believe in ... this video was just projected at the “For God & Country Patriot Double Down”  in Las Vegas.

    Are You Ready for the Light?

    (QAnon maven has tweeted cuts from a Great Awakening video)



    A new Earth is coming ...

    It's a feast, a blood feast ...


    "We Are The Plan," dammit.


  4. 19 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    I wouldn't rely on the HBO propaganda series, though. Granted, I haven't seen it.

    Granted.  Although ...

    On 8/27/2021 at 9:58 AM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    Well how can one identify something at all, much less correctly, if he never sees it?


    19 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    But going by the comments on YouTube, it's at a Minstrel Show level about Q followers.

    Entertainment for retarded bigots. 

    Bigot: a person who is obstinately or unreasonably attached to a belief, opinion, or faction, especially one who is prejudiced against or antagonistic toward a person or people on the basis of their membership of a particular group.

  5. PatriotDoubleDown.png









    Although Patriot Voice had its three-day conference cancelled by Caesar's Las Vegas, they vow to proceed with the event, somewhere in Vegas I presume. 

    The line-up of speakers is headed by Michael Flynn, and contains some purveyors of whoopee, including this guy:


    Full promised line-up: Roundup Speakers – The Patriot Voice


  6. One of the main organizers of the September 18 demonstration in DC is Matt Braynard. His YouTube channel is Matt Braynard - YouTube

    In this upload, Braynard has some requests of assemblees on how to peacefully interact with any law enforcement attending.

    On Twitter:

    Who is Matt Braynard?


    At a #FreePoliticalPrisoners meeting on July 14th sponsored by Braynard's "Look Ahead America" in Arizona, a number of 'election integrity' voices were heard, on the screen and on the stage live -- including such luminaries as Paul Gosar.

    Jacob Chansley's status at the time was a great concern. I've cued up the video to the part where Chansley's case was covered at the event:



  7. On 5/19/2021 at 11:57 AM, william.scherk said:
    On 5/18/2021 at 2:03 PM, william.scherk said:

    Jacob need a new lawyer?

    'QAnon Shaman' attorney refuses to apologize for 'short-bus people' comments

    ‘QAnon Shaman’ Reaches Plea Deal, Now ‘Repudiates’ Association With ‘Q,’ Lawyer Says


    Albert Watkins said it would be “inappropriate” to comment on the details of the arrangement at this time. But he sent along a press release stating that Chansley “REPUDIATES THE ‘Q’ MONIKER” and no longer wanted to be associated with “Q.” Watkins — an eccentric lawyer who has compared Jan. 6 rioters to cultists who “drank the Kool-Aid” and said Capitol riot defendants are “fucking short bus people” — plans to hold a virtual press conference on Friday afternoon after Chansley’s hearing.

    “Mr. Chansley, a long avowed and practicing Shaman, has repudiated the ‘Q’ previously assigned to him and requests future references to him be devoid of use of the letter ‘Q’,” Watkins said in the statement. 

    “The road leading up to the events of January 6 traversed years. The path charted by Mr. Chansley since January 6 has been a process, one which has involved pain, depression, solitary confinement, introspection, recognition of mental health vulnerabilities, and a coming to grips with the need for more self-work,” Watkins said. “It is imperative that patience and compassion be accorded those, who like Mr. Chansley, were non-violent, peaceful and possessed of genuine mental health issues which rendered them more vulnerable to the propaganda of the day but who, at the end of day, seek to be accountable for their actions.”


  8. A lot of skirting of questions above. We could draw an analogy to the process/es used to "try" a case. If the person or persons rendering judgements have no set of 'algorithms' for inqury, have no processes they follow when addressing claims and counterclaims ...

    What processes (we need not use algorithms nor heuristics nor "Methods") of inquiry show strong or reliable conclusions in the end? Continuing with a courtroom analogy, should we trust a judge who pays zero attention to the case we have presented (whether as prosecutor or defense)?

    For example, one might have an opinion about a particular happening in court -- say the ruling in Michigan against the Kraken lawyer -- without ever considering both sides' detailed pleadings, attachments and arguments. What good is that opinion if not cognizant of the details of one side? 

    In the Kraken lawyer decision, the judge questioned each claim made -- the details. The opinion of the judge was that Kraken lawyers did sweet fuck all due diligence on their raft of affidavits.  They didn't do their jobs as officers of the court.

    This is where I get lost.  I really don't understand why anyone interested in the fate of the Kraken lawyers will rubbish a ruling without reading it.  I won't speculate, although OL can be full of mind-reading and generalized clairvoyance at times.


    How may one decide or detect the 'fringe' of "Q world"?

    Among other queries ...

    Michael, I sometimes enjoy reading all the You You You yous in your stabs at responsive comments. 

    10 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    According to your own explanation, algorithms are rules used for calculations and problem-solving.

    No. Read what I quoted.  I many stretch the boundaries for effect -- the target of my query is how one gets the details of a foolproof 'cognitive before normative'/'Identify correctly before judging correctly' advertized here from time to time.

    If the process takes time (Thinking Slow), then there could be at least a rough list of "best practices." Or even a 'here's some common pitfals' in the process of 'identification.'

    So, one point to possible consider is that we probably could identify best practices of inquiry ... feelings aside, mind-reading aside, imputing immorality aside, one-upmanship aside. 

    The process of Identifying Correctly has a few moving parts, I assume. It would be great to have some of the details spelled out. Call it what you will.

    There might even be a book in it!

  9. On 8/21/2021 at 10:22 PM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

    In that spirit, instead of exalting fringe nobodies in the Q world in order to exaggerate their prominence, here is a recent video of two of the most influential QAnons discussing events, real Q influencers, not fringe. The two are X22report (Dave, presumably Dave Booth) and Dave Hayes (Praying Medic).

    How may one decide or detect the 'fringe' of "Q world"?  In what sense can a guy with 350,000 Telegram subscribers be best described as a 'fringe nobody'?  How may we measure the influence of Dave Hayes? As someone asked in these pages: "Who is Praying Medic"?

    This might be a good start for a solid and useful algorithm for the "Identify Correctly" two-step.

    Filters up!


  10. Ron Watkins and a little-known elections official ... turn in a hilarious performance, as laid out at the Bulwark.

    The gist is that Ron managed to rope in a Colorado elections clerk to provide him with "WHISTLEBLOWER" insider bombshell ... but the password she passed on to Ron was tied back to her ...



    The lede in Monday’s Grand Junction Sentinel brings the Kraken: “The Mesa County Clerk’s Office is under investigation…for a breach in security over its election system.”

    A breach! It’s Happening!!!

    But no, the breach wasn’t coming from the anti-Trump deep state. Instead, the clerk who is under investigation for tampering with the county election system is Tina Peters, a fervent supporter of Donald Trump and amateur vaccine science aficionado, who appears to have executed a self-own of historic proportion.



  11. A spread in opinion following a Rasmussen Report survey ... Trump is now more popular than Biden. Who knew?

    Rasmussen Reports:
    Biden Not More Popular Than Trump, And Most Voters Like Obama Better  —  There's good news and bad news for President Joe Biden.  The good news is that most voters have a favorable opinion of him.  The bad news is that his numbers aren't better than former President Donald Trump's, and are worse than former President Barack Obama's.

    Sinking, plunging, cratering, dropping, dipping. Unraveling?