Remember Q? Yes, that Q. After exactly 1700 days (wink, wink) after their first post and 17 months (nudge, nudge) of strict silence, the mysterious, unknown entity known as Q (aka 17) has returned. Oh frabjous day, calloo, callay!
I missed him! Really missed him.
Of course, you probably know of his return already but when I first heard the news on Saturday, I felt exactly as one feels upon first hearing the name "Aslan" in Narnia. As always, C. S. Lewis describes it best:
After the bitter discouragement of the stolen 2020 Election and barren desert of Biden's America, the Return of Q was just the shot-in-the-arm we Patriots needed.
Once upon a time, about fourteen months ago, it was hard to find any patriotic, positive, exciting news about Freedom! And now? You can't keep up with it all! (I try...I really try!) There's a deluge of "Freedoming" events "from sea to shining sea" and from the True North to the good ol' US of A.
Take today for example: There was an embarrassment of Freedoming riches.
Meanwhile on the East Coast...
Hours before President Trump was scheduled to speak, Brannon Howse of RSBN wends his way down the queue waiting patiently to be screened by security, a queue that stretches as far as the eye can see in both directions. As he randomly chose patriots to interview, Brannon exclaimed that he's been to more Trump Rallies than he can remember but "I've never seen a rally like this."
Today's rally in Florence, AZ couldn't have come at a better time, after a week of historic Biden failures (aka Trump wins) recapped brilliantly by @justhuman. Are we tired of winning yet, Patriots?
The crowd isn't merely from the United States either. No! They even came down from Canada to see their president today.
Everyone was decked out in their best pro-Trump bib-and-tucker, sock-and-baseball cap, but it seemed to me there were more "Let's Go Brandon" t-shirts than Trump garb. Or maybe they're just more eye-catching because they're so darned funny! Each time you think, "That's the funniest T-shirt quip ever" there's a quip that's even funnier! (I love Americans! They're so clever.)
Vendors with wagons and tables piled high with merch plied their wares while others with petitions worked the queue for signatures.
There are at least five hours until President Trump takes the stage. No one pushes or shoves, no one looks impatient. For being branded as the party of hatred, sexism and racism, RSBN's cameras shows only diversity, peace and happiness. Duh!
This is patriotism, folks, and we're badly in need of it right now. Ever since January 20th (article coming!), I haven't felt very American. All the joy and fun of being an American in Trump's America seems to have been drained out of life. We went back to plodding, surviving, hanging on by our fingernails...not thriving, celebrating and enjoying being American.
In which opinion we are joined by thousands of Democrats experiencing bitter voter regret! (Article coming!)
We needed another Save America rally and we needed it now!!
You know it the instant you hear it. A sole bugle playing To the Colors leading into the most unforgettable (unbleeped!) speech delivered by General Patton to the Third Army in 1944. After the shameful events in Afghanistan last week, it was the perfect introduction to President Trump's speech in Sweet Home Alabama last night. You could even say that General Patton (played by George C. Scott) was the warm-up act for President Trump. It doesn't get any better. If you don't get goosebumps watching this, you're made of sterner stuff than I am. I had goosebumps on my goosebumps!
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