Three dates, three failures.
Let’s go through just a few Q prediction dates and their outcomes in reality.
After the January 6, 2021 Trump inauguration and monetary (NESARA/GESARA) reset prediction failures, the next date emerged: March 4th, 2021. Q fans geared up with excitement.
After March 4th came and went, Q fans began re-interpreting cryptic posts, and the emerging date became: July 4th, 2021.
“No one is getting a free pass,” our source said.
President Trump will likely issue a declaration of martial law when the arrests begin, as he doesn’t want innocent, law-abiding, patriotic Americans caught in the crossfire if the Deep State decides to resist the purge. Trump feels he has enough military support to put down the resistance, and believes expunging the Deep State will take 10 days.
[side note here: the 10 Days of Darkness is a recurring theme in Q predictions. They have not come true. We continue.]
“He won’t be declaring martial law to infringe on Constitutional rights, but to protect Americans in those perilous days. Trump loves America. He loves Americans. He doesn’t want harm to come to innocent bystanders. The Deep State’s desperation knows no limits, and if they know they’re going down, they might just try to take innocents with them,” our source said.
After the purge, Trump will rescind martial law and return the U.S. to the people as he is rightfully sworn into office.
In closing, we asked our source why Trump didn’t fulfill that promise on March 4, as many had predicted. “Trump never gave that date. If it was to happen, it was always going to be Independence Day,” he said.” —
Let’s look. The “our source” or similar wording is the catch-all. No names are ever (EVER) given in artiQles. You are welcome to search for names, but none will surface other than “our source” language. If a source even exists, one can discern that his or her track record leaves something to be desired.
Judging by the outcome of July 4th, 2021, this “source” is completely unreliable — no matter how many free passes or benefits-of-the-doubt Q fans may want to believe in.
“By their fruits you will know them.” — Matthew 7:15-16 (God wins—in His Word, not The Plan).
In following vault installments, we’ll look at more Q catch-phrases, and other claims that people are clinging to with every ounce of hope.
Examine Q’s claims not merely with criticism—but critical thinking. This is an ongoing invitation to kick the “hopium” habit.