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— David Uberti (@DavidUberti) January 14, 2021
From Krebs on Security:
If all of the above theorizing reads like yet another crackpot QAnon conspiracy, that may be the inevitable consequence of my spending far too much time going down this particular rabbit hole (and re-reading Moby Dick in the process!).
In any case, none of this is likely to matter to the diehard QAnon conspiracy theorists themselves, says Mike Rothschild, a writer who specializes in researching and debunking conspiracy theories.
“Even if Jim Watkins was revealed as owning the board or making the posts, it wouldn’t matter,” Rothschild said. “Anything that happens that disconfirms Q being an official in the military industrial complex is going to help fuel their persecution complex.”
Thinking today of all the animals we’ve lost to extinction. Especially the deficit hawk. pic.twitter.com/QEiIvyZdvi
— Dave Levinthal (@davelevinthal) October 17, 2020
I hear John Hammond is planning on digging Ted Cruz out of some fossilized amber eventually and bringing this specifics back to life. Hope they mix in some of that frog DNA, too.
From The Verge:
Peloton, a company known for its internet-connected bikes and treadmills, is wading into the Stop The Steal mess. The company is now preventing users from creating a #StopTheSteal tag from within the app, saying the tag does not “meet our guidelines” when a user goes to create it.
Tags on Peloton function as community identifiers. When people join a tag, it appears under their name on the company’s leaderboard during workouts, and they can socialize with other members of that tag. Anyone can create a tag…
Peloton. Just let that sink in.
Imagine 9/11, only no press conferences explaining what happened or what was ongoing, and a third of Congress expressing sympathy with Al Qaida and urging us to forget the attack in the name of unity.
— Seth Masket (@smotus) January 10, 2021
However, I doubt we’ll see anyone from the Trump Administration – or Trump himself – take responsibility. There are no good men in this administration, it seems.
Richard Clarke, former counterterrorism chief to President George W. Bush, testifying before Congress on March 24, 2004:
I also welcome the hearings because it is finally a forum where I can apologise to the loved ones of the victims of 9-11. To them who are here in the room, to those who are watching on television, your government failed you. Those entrusted with protecting you failed you, and I failed you. We tried hard, but that doesn’t matter because we failed. And for that failure, I would ask, once all the facts are out, for your understanding and your forgiveness.
Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick died Thursday night from wounds sustained trying to protect the nation’s legislature from pro-Trump insurrectionists. The Capitol Police said Sicknick succumbed to injuries inflicted “while physically engaging” with pro-Trump rioters Wednesday. That, however, appears to be a euphemism for beaten to death by Trump supporters, as officials told the New York Times that Sicknick was struck with a fire extinguisher by rioters. “He returned to his division office and collapsed,” the Capitol Police said in the statement. “He was taken to a local hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries.”
Elon Musk is now worth $208 billion.
You want to know how he did it? He skipped 34.67 billion lattes. It’s that easy.
— Stephen Punwasi (@StephenPunwasi) January 10, 2021
I’ll bet he really buckled down in school, too.