You might have heard that on March 24th, Attorney General William Barr released a short summary of the (presumably) much longer final report from Special Counsel Robert Mueller. The finding, at least that we’ve been told: Trump and his campaign did not actively collude with Russian interests, and that there wasn’t enough evidence to either charge or exonerate Trump with obstruction of justice.
Obviously, this doesn’t end the many other investigations currently looking into pretty much everything Trump has ever done. And there’s a metric ton of litigation to follow on from Barr’s letter. But to Trump/Russia true believers, even just this cursory summary is a crushing blow. And to Trump supporters and Russia skeptics, it’s total victory.
And to QAnon supporters? It’s nothing less than the first step in the final destruction of the deep state, leading to centuries of secrets being brought to light, darkness banished, evil punished, and of course, lots and lots of arrests.
The exoneration of Trump begins a process that is so complex that it takes reading dozens of Q drops and countless other interpretations to understand it. And the order and details change over time, making one definitive timeline of the post-Mueller Q-world difficult to put together.
But essentially, Barr’s letter leads to Mueller’s full report being released. This ends a “blockade” by the Justice Department against the Q team, and will result in a slew of revelations in Mueller’s report coming to light, also known as the hallowed “DECLAS” that Q has described in dozens of posts as the “shining of light” and “full transparency” that will take away the evildoers ability to hide in the shadows.
And what exactly is going to be revealed in “DECLAS?” Like everything Q-related, it’s a bit dependent on who you ask. But it’s generally thought to be what one thread on QAnon’s Voat page described as “hard evidence about Clinton’s Uranium 1, the DNC emails stolen by Seth Rich, Podesta ordering a MS-13 hit on Rich, Clinton’s trips to Epstein’s Lolita island, the terrible conjectures about abused children, media complicity in covering-up everything, Obama’s approval of the FISA scheme, Clinton Foundation pay-for-SAP money laundering and espionage.”
All of this awful stuff coming out will then lead to the declassification of illegally obtained FISA warrants, showing the lengths Obama went to to stop Trump from taking power. Then will come the activation of “the storm,” and as many as 100,000 sealed indictments being opened.
And who will be dragged kicking and screaming to justice, ending with a swift drop on the gallows for treason? Oh, you know, everyone. Obama, Hillary and Bill, Podesta, Adam Schiff, Maxine Watters, George Soros, Chuck Schumer, Jarrett, Lynch, all of them.
So has the pain started? Are the ropes dropping and the great revelations pouring forth like wine upon the starved masses?
Not quite. In fact, the Barr letter is likely just the signal that the litigation over President Trump’s election and presidency is entering a different phrase. The nebulous act of collusion (which isn’t actually a crime) might have been dispelled to some extent, but there’s still a massive report that nobody has seen full of potential bombshells, and the very open political question of whether the House is going to try to answer the obstruction issue that Mueller didn’t.
But beyond that, Q’s series of events is so hopelessly complicated and depends on so many different factors that one mere letter couldn’t possibly be a key factor in it. We know that the “sealed indictments” at the heart of “the storm” are a hoax, and we know that military trials of civilian defendants who haven’t been given due process is a wildly unconstitutional fantasy that the US military likely would have no part of.
And even more than that, Mueller’s role in the Q mythology is constantly shifting. Is he a good guy secretly working for the president? Is he a bad guy running a rigged and illegal investigation that’s holding up “the storm?” It entirely depends on which drop you read and when you read it. Because Mueller has worn a lot of different hats in Q-land, always dependent on what the current mythology demanded.
When mainstream news about QAnon first broke, many stories zeroed in on drops that inferred Mueller was secretly working alongside Trump to bring down the deep state. One of the first Q drops, #14, linked Mueller to the military elements that supposedly picked Trump as president:
What is Mueller’s background? Military?
Was Trump asked to run for President w/ assurances made to prevent tampering?
How is POTUS always 5-steps ahead?
Who is helping POTUS?
Supposedly, Trump faked his collusion to get Mueller named as Special Counsel, so the two of them could team up (while pretending to be in opposition) and bring the dark to light.
But by the middle 2018, Mueller’s role in the “great awakening” had changed. In his typical style, Q made no direct accusations, only larding his posts with cryptic questions asking why Mueller’s investigation was meant to point the way to impeachment, being “stacked with ex-Clinton authorities” and “going after inside plants” like Michael Flynn, who pleaded guilty to a non-existent crime to worm his way inside the corrupt investigation.
It was clear that by the time the midterms rolled around that Mueller was no white hat, but a DOJ-appointed puppet meant to gum up Trump with bogus investigations. As Q put it in an October drop:
[MUELLER] designed to take-in evidence needed to ‘expose’ DS [DOJ block re: Mueller‘evidence’ ongoing investigation].
[MUELLER] designed to limit POTUS’ ability to maneuver.
[MUELLER] designed to ‘stall-for-time’ until MIDTERM ELECTIONS to TERMINATE all HOUSE / SENATE ongoing investigations.
Q even made up a fake conversation between Mueller and Barr where Mueller “admits” that his investigation is based on nothing but the discredited (not really) Steele Dossier and media reporting.
So is Mueller a good guy or a bad guy? White hat or black hat? Dark or light?
The beauty of Q is that the answer is whatever he needs to be for the scam to keep going. The report is complimentary toward Trump, therefore Q’s acolytes are hailing Mueller as a good guy, like Q first described him as. And that might still change, depending on what’s in Mueller’s report. If there are revelations in there that are bad for Trump but had nothing to do with the Russia question, then he’ll be a bad guy. If not, he’ll be a good guy.
Whatever happens next, it’s clear that there are a lot of unanswered questions about Mueller’s investigation. What about the mystery grand jury subpoena against the unknown foreign company? What about the Roger Stone associates Mueller was trying to get testimony from? What about Deutsche Bank? Why did so many Trump associates commit crimes by lying about collusion that never took place?
We may never know. We may know tomorrow.
But we know for sure that the “mass arrests” and “DECLAS” foretold by Q will never happen – no matter what Robert Mueller found.