Dear MAGA: Open Topic 20181212

This SPECIAL (D5 + 7) = (D13 – 1) WALL WEDNESDAY open thread is VERY OPEN – a place for everybody to post whatever they feel they would like to tell the White Hats, and the rest of the MAGA world.

Say what you want, comment on what other people said, comment on people’s comments.  Keep it civil.  Treehouse rules, but expect lots of QAnon.

No illegalities, please!  We do tolerate some “blowing off steam”, but please do so in ways that don’t sound threatening to NORMAL people like DEPLORABLES.  Snowflakes, however, may be somewhat melted. 😉

Today (Tuesday, December 12) is the eleventh day of Advent.

The 146th day of next year, which shall be celebrated here as Ma Cankles Uranium Day, is:

SUNDAY, MAY 26, 2019

The Wall.  MAKE IT SO.

August, 2016.  Trump.  LONG-TERM THINKER.


“It’s simple, folks.  We gotta do it.”
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Deplorable Patriot

Q’s having a big day.
Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: 576371 No.4274027 📁
Dec 12 2018 12:46:43 (EST) NEW

‘Tis the Season of Treason!

Pat Frederick

from the video on the elevator–can’t make out the letter on either end but from left to right
Big B, small B, Big A, small B, Big T, Big Q
Santa has a hammer–to build a wall? lol and the Santa painting was done by what looks like QAi


“cannot keep up with this stuff!”
Who among us can keep pace with the Trump-Train … without being ON IT?
And, even while aboard, who can out-maneuver the conductor’s trajectory?
The only path is to FOLLOW. We cannot get “ahead” of it. And we shouldn’t even TRY.

More Serial Brain brilliance!

Pat Frederick

wow I will have to rewatch that a bunch of times to get it all straight…thanks!


Flabbergasted. May/Merkel/Macron, without firing a shot.
We had no idea (only a glimmer) of how important it was to elect President Trump.
“They’re going down all over the world.” – Independence Day

Deplorable Patriot

There’s more posts up.


I love you, Wolfie! Big hugs!


Second page! WooHoo!


!!!!!!!!!!!!! Body language chic does the Pelosi/Schumer/Trump meeting in the Oval Office.

Pat Frederick

i saw this one! she really goes after Pence…LOL


At this point, I won’t pay any attention to worry-worts.
How many times have I posted “FUN”, w.r.t. destroying the tactics of the demented cabal? It’s gotta be a half a dozen, at least. And, independently, Q posts the same. “FUN!”
They aren’t having any FUN – but WE are!
I cite Q, in this regard.
We needn’t fear … in fact, it is THEY who have fear!
Man up. Woman up. They are SO wrong, and SO idiot, that WE can TAKE THEM without breaking a sweat.
Cave to fear? Cave to psy-ops? Then you ain’t FIT to be on the winning team.
Please, people, get with the PROGRAM. We’ve got this! Eeyores be gone!
It’s crunch time. Cast away your doubt. It hasn’t any place for what’s to come.
Marica knows … hehehe!


So true, Emerald. Marika knows and so do we.


Thank you for this – yes!!! Time to watch, eat the popcorn and know that it’s a great time to be ALIVE!


I feel like we are doing our part by enjoying the show and getting educated which is very important. Staying positive in a team environment (Trump Team>Q>Tree>us) so that when others start to come around and ask questions we are ready with some answers, happy, confident and looking for a brighter future…negativity not allowed!


Argh. CA just cant help themselves. Now the govt wants to tax us or just charge us to be able to text in order the give free mobile service “to the poor”. The poor gave so many benefits they have a better newer phone, car, school, home loan than I do.
“California regulators are considering a plan to charge a fee for text messaging on mobile phones to help support programs that make phone service accessible to the poor, according to a newspaper report Wednesday.
The proposal is scheduled for a vote next month by the state Public Utilities Commission, the Mercury News reported.
The wireless industry and business groups have been working to defeat the plan.
“It’s a dumb idea,” said Jim Wunderman, president of the Bay Area Council business-sponsored advocacy group. “This is how conversations take place in this day and age, and it’s almost like saying there should be a tax on the conversations we have.”
It’s unclear how much money individual consumers would be asked to pay their wireless carrier for texting services under the proposal, the newspaper said. But it is likely would be billed as a flat surcharge — not a fee per text.
Wunderman said he’s unaware of any other local, state or federal program that taxes texting. And the wireless industry has argued the state commission lacks legal grounds for doing so.
Business groups calculated the new charges for wireless consumers could total about $44.5 million a year. They said that under the regulators’ proposal the charge could be applied retroactively for five years — and could amount to a bill of more than $220 million for California consumers.
A CPUC report proposing the texting surcharge says the Public Purpose Program budget has climbed from $670 million in 2011 to $998 million last year. But the telecommunications industry revenues that fund the program fell from $16.5 billion in 2011 to $11.3 billion in 2017, it said.
“This is unsustainable over time,” the report says, arguing that adding surcharges on text messaging will increase the revenue base that funds programs that help low-income Californians afford phone service.
“From a consumer’s point of view, surcharges may be a wash, because if more surcharge revenues come from texting services, less would be needed from voice services,” CPUC spokeswoman Constance Gordon said in a statement.”


Death by a thousand cuts.