Dallas ‘Q’ Convention Should Provide More Heat Than Light
DALLAS, TX – Texas Eyes Won’t Be On This Weekend QAnon Convention in Dallas.
In fact, according to The Dallas Observer, there will be no independent observers on hand to verify the facts or relay what conspiracy theories might be spawned during the “For God & Country Patriot Roundup”.
Anyone who knows the lyrics to this old country song knows what it means.
At home, at home on the beach
Where the deer and the antelope play
Where is rarely heard; a discouraging word
And the sky is not cloudy all day
That’s right. One of the first real signs of “patriotism” is to silence non-believers – or better yet, to prevent them from participating. Like the hippies used to say, nobody likes a narc that is just there to break the buzz for you, man.
According to The Dallas Observer, QAnon Anonymous Podcast Host Logan Strain requested to attend, but was turned away by organizers, who were told his presence would be “disruptive” given the less than favorable nature of his coverage in the past.
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As Strain says The observer, “Given the biased nature of your coverage of the Q movement and the dissemination of patently false information, we believe your attendance at the event would be potentially disruptive and could potentially disrupt the event.”
They weren’t press passes, mind you. These are tickets that Strain bought a month ago, but only canceled this week.
Dang who cancels culture!
Apparently, neither the organizers nor the attendees want to be challenged when spreading the Gospel According to Q – that there is a “deep state” controlling America, run by Hollywood Democrats and elites who pass themselves off as pedophiles. Oh, and sure enough, they all share a deep hatred for former United States President Donald J. Trump.
The FBI has classified the QAnon movement as a terrorist threat to the nation.
The roundup takes place “QAnon John”, aka John Sabal and his companion, Amy. Both have publicly stated that the free press is far too free to criticize the movement they are promoting. But the media can’t criticize what they can’t observe, can they? Sabal has promised that there will be “hardly” mainstream media coverage of the weekend’s events, but plenty of conservative media are on the guest list.
Ready to speak at the festivities, former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn, who suggested a few months ago that the now-former president say martial law to stay in power, and Sidney powell, the lightning rod lawyer who recently admitted to publicly spreading lies about Trump’s loss in the 2020 election.
Also in attendance for this weekend’s Patriots games: Lone Star State GOP Chairman Allen West and East Texas Republican and American Republican Louie Gohmert.
And since there will hardly be anyone who doesn’t cook or drink the QAnon Kool-Aid, who has to say what’s going to happen?
To quote late country singer Charlie Rich:
Oh no one knows what’s going on
Behind closed doors …
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