2016 was the year of good people stepping up, emboldened by Donald Trump's run for the White House and the message he delivered. At first people scoffed - saying he entered the Presidential race to promote his brand, or to stroke his ego. That he was a sideshow with no chance - maybe even a charlatan. Most people never stopped to notice that Trump has been consistent in his message for nearly 30 years.
Then there was that time before the debate last February when Dr. Ben Carson had that awkward moment on stage. As the rest of the candidates shuffled past smirking - especially low energy Jeb, Donald Trump casually walked over and stood next to Carson like it was no big deal:
This unscripted moment of humanity was when I started paying attention to Donald Trump. The more I listened, the more I realized he was absolutely for real. He was our guy - though I was positive he didn't have a chance in hell of winning. Surely he'd be diced up and marginalized by the media like all the other outsiders who have run for President - and boy did they try. The rest is history...
Well, not quite...
If we are to believe things went down the way Dr. Steve Pieczenik described last November; while Donald Trump flew around the country delivering his vision to America, good people within the US intelligence community saw an opportunity to take America back from a cabal of open-border neocons backed by socialist oligarchs like George Soros. According to Pieczenik, a "counter-coup" was hatched - assisted by Julian Assange of WikiLeaks. Throughout the 2016 election, a series of emails - possibly originating from DNC insiders and white hat hackers, and possibly involving the Russians (depending on whose story you buy) were passed to Assange. These emails were made available to the public through WikiLeaks, and the sheer volume of information released was overwhelming.
There was no table of contents or any other guide to the content. Instead, these were raw - DKIM verified emails, which would take nothing short of a massive crowd-sourced effort to process and decipher. Within days however, dots were rapidly being connected by a quantum-computer of human processing power across various message boards - mostly 4chan and Reddit's "The_Donald". This internet army, if you will, refer to themselves as "Weaponized Autists" - a self-deprecating term to describe their Rain Man abilities to quickly connect dots, form theories, discard dead ends, and spread their findings like wildfire through social media giants Reddit, Twitter, and Facebook. Oh, and there's a frog-God named Kek you may have heard of.
The results of the online efforts were staggering, as the world witnessed revelations of "Pay for Play" by Clinton Foundation donors who funded ISIS, the DNC cheating against Bernie Sanders, MSM collusion with the Clinton campaign, Hillary's dreams of open borders, "unaware and compliant" citizens, #SpiritCooking, Wet Works, strange food-related code words we're all waiting for resolution on, and evidence of Aliens and Zero Point Energy - or a completely insane Edgar Mitchell (15052).
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Now the rest is history...
After the election, however, the weaponized autists quickly grew bored, so when washed up attention whore Shia LaBeouf live-streamed his "He Will Not Divide Us" anti-Trump "art" installation at a museum in New York - in which disaffected snowflakes endlessly chanted "He Will Not Divide Us" like Kool-Aid sipping morons, 4chan wasted no opportunity infiltrating and disrupting the high-tech temper tantrum:
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