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Former FBI Official Warns: Jan. 6 Will ‘Pale In Comparison’ To What Trumpers Have Planned For 2022

A former FBI counterterrorism official Frank Figliuzzi said Monday that what he already sees on the horizon for the 2022 midterm elections will make the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection “pale in comparison.”

Appearing on MSNBC, Figliuzzi warned:

“You know, about a year ago, if you had asked me about this … I would have called this what intelligence officials call an over the horizon threat — something that’s coming, something we should be aware of and think about as a future threat. But the horizon is here. This has been a dress rehearsal for at least a year for radical extremism.”

Noting that QAnon Republicans are taking over at the local and state level which is incredibly dangerous, Figliuzzi continued:

“He’s (Trump) putting his people in place. People who are moderate, reasonable Republicans have already announced, ‘I’m out, I’m out of Congress, I’m out of the governor’s office. I’m out.’ Now we see people like [David] Perdue in Georgia who will be involved in the primary. Why? President Trump needs his guy in Georgia.”

From a national security perspective, Figliuzzi said, the threat the nation faces in 2022 “is going to make the Jan. 6 riot pale in comparison.”

The Justice Department, he concluded, needs to get active, and fast:

“We need DOJ to step it up. I have been the voice of reason with regard to those who say they are taking too slow at DOJ, with regard to the insurrection investigation. I am the guy that says, ‘No, 700 defendants is not slow. They are doing a great job.'”

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Sylvester Stallone Pledges His Allegiance To QAnon With Creepy Social Media Posting

For some time now, we’ve been aware that washed-up actor Sylvester Stallone is a fan of Donald Trump. There are even photos of him visiting the failed, one-term ex-president in the Oval Office:

But now it appears that Stallone also belongs to the QAnon cult which is built around a core belief that the governments of the world are controlled and led by a group of Satan-worshiping pedophiles who eat the adrenal glands of children.

Stallone made a posting on Instagram, Newsweek reports, that left many people shaking their heads in disgust:

Stallone has shared a picture of himself wearing a hat with the letter “Q” on it, captioning the selfie with a phrase closely linked to the QAnon conspiracy theory.

The Rocky and Rambo star uploaded the photo to Instagram, where he has more than 14.3 million followers, with the caption: “Heading into the Storm….”

The post is not a direct endorsement of the far-right movement, which is listed as a terrorist threat by the FBI, but it has sparked speculation that Stallone is making coded references to QAnon.

What in the hell?! Heading into the storm? WTF is that even supposed to mean? It’s safe to bet that if Stallone had to actually try and survive a storm the size of a hurricane, he’d be hiding under a bed.

To the QAnon nuts, “the Storm” has a different meaning:

In QAnon lore, “the Storm” is the moment when high-profile child abusers, including leading Democrats and members of the Hollywood elite, will be arrested and executed on the orders of Donald Trump, who is seen as a savior-like figure.

Faithful QAnon conspiracy theorists were delighted to see Stallone’s cap:

Truth Hammer, a QAnon Telegram account with more than 44,000 followers, wrote: “Check out that hat and that caption. Stallone knows.”

But non-Q faithful were dismayed by the posting:

“Seriously, is my childhood hero going QAnon? Say it ain’t so!” wrote Michael Howard.

Stallone never had much talent, and now he’s associating with assholes who wear tinfoil hats and see boogiemen behind every corner.

It’d be tempting to say Stallone took too many blows to the head, but he was never that bright to begin with.


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QAnon Leaders Are Now Urging Members To ‘Experience Physical Death’

Ever since early November, some members of the QAnon movement (which many experts consider to be a cult), have been gathering in Dallas to await the return of the late President John F. Kennedy and his son, John Jr.

The people in Dallas are being led by a man named Michael Brian Protzman, who is known as Negative48 by his closest followers, all of whom believe that baby-eating pedophiles control the major governments of the world, including the United States.

But while most of the QAnon rhetoric has been aimed at others, especially Democratic political figures, an offshoot of the group is now suggesting that it may be time for members to “experience physical death,” which is setting off alarm bells for those who warn the movement is entering a dark phase that may culminate with a mass suicide event such as the one that Jim Jones led in Guyana circa 1978, when 909 people killed themselves by drinking fruit punch laced with cyaninde.

According to Vice:

While the group initially appeared to be waiting for the reappearance of JFK,  over the weekend, the tone of Protzman’s comments shifted dramatically. Besides proclaiming that he was God’s representative on earth, he also took part in a video chat where participants openly spoke about having to experience death in order to learn the truth.

“Ultimately… we have to experience that physical death… let go… come out on the other side,” one of the participants in the video call suggested.

Where were members to meet next? Waco, Texas:

The administrator of Protzman’s Telegram channel posted a screenshot of a navigation app showing the destination as Waco, Texas, where in 1993 a monthslong law enforcement siege of the Mount Carmel compound belonging to the Branch Davidian religious sect ended with 76 people dead, including 25 children.

That led Mike Rothschild, author of The Storm Is Upon Us, which is about QAnon, to tweet out a warning:

“The moment when the leaders of a cultic group start talking about the need for physical death to reach utopia is the moment to get the authorities involved.”

Though it’s impossible to predict what will happen next with a group of people as mentally unstable as QAnon believers, keep in mind that two of the most important American holidays — Thanksgiving and Christmas — both of which are filled with religious and sociological symbolism, are right around the corner. And that could lead us to awaken one morning and see the tragic results of such apocalyptic beliefs.


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QAnon Faithful Gather In Dallas To Await The ‘Second Coming’ Of JFK Jr.

Last night in Dallas, supporters of the QAnon conspiracy theory began gathering at the AT&T Discovery Plaza to await the return of John F. Kennedy Jr., who died in a 1999 plane crash.

However, according to those who are assembling in Dallas, the son of the late President John F. Kennedy actually faked his death and will soon reappear on the public stage to help them bring down the so-called “Deep State” they believe is in control of the U.S. government and other countries around the world.

Yes, according to the QAnoners, we’re about to see the second coming of JFK Jr. Why he’s waited 22 years to show up again is unclear, as are most of the absurdities championed by the conspiracy theorists who also worship failed, one-term former President Donald Trump as a demigod.

Some in the Dallas assemblage, according to reporters, were wearing T-shirts suggesting that JFK Jr. will be Trump’s running mate in 2024. Others have suggested that John F. Kennedy Sr. is still alive and will soon “transfer power” to the Donald, according to Newsweek.

Just so you know, all of this is supposed to take place on Tuesday, so at least we won’t have to wait long for the QAnon nutjobs to realize that once again their timing is off by a couple of decades. Of course, that also means they’ll probably just change the date and meet up again in a month or two on some other day they’ll assure us is “auspicious” for a return of all sorts of deceased celebs. Maybe Harry Houdini can be there and transform the crowd into a pack of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles who will wander the face of the earth and avenge all of the nincompoops who believe bullshit conspiracy theories.

None of this should surprise anyone who knows the core belief at the center of the QAnon brainwashing canon:

“The QAnon conspiracy, which originated on online message boards, holds that an elite global cabal of Satanic pedophiles is engaged in mass child sex trafficking and that, somehow, former President Donald Trump will expose this group and order its members arrested and sentenced to death.”

Meanwhile, somewhere in eternity, John F. Kennedy Jr. is laughing his ass off.


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‘Cowboys For Trump’ Founder Denounces The Ex-President


Couy Griffin is the founder of “Cowboys for Trump,” and has long been a avid supporter of the failed, one-term, twice-impeached former president. But based on what he said recently at a QAnon conference in Las Vegas, Griffin now considers Trump to be a liar who made promises but didn’t keep them.


According to Newsweek, Griffin spoke at the “For God and Country Patriot Double Down” event and attacked Trump for failing to act unilaterally on issues that matter to some of the right-wing extremists who threw their support behind Trump in 2016:

“We supported President Trump because of his fight for justice as well. And for four years we cried, ‘Lock her up. Lock her up. Lock her up.’ We know she’s a criminal. What did the president tell us? ‘If I was in charge of the law, you’d be in jail.’

“Ok, Mr. President, you’ve been in charge of the law for four years. At the end of your four year time, the only ones locked up were men like me, and others like me, that have stood by the president the strongest.”

What makes Griffin’s sense of outrage so ironic is that he clearly didn’t bother to do any research before he cast his lot with Trump. If he had, he’d have known that the ex-president has been a pathological liar since childhood and uses words to rook the gullible into believing what he says.