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SerialBrain2 decodes Q: Trump’s latest tweet: the pain and the servers!

Trump’s latest tweet: the pain and the servers!

Just a quick update.

Did you catch that Trump is about to take away Brennan, Clapper, Comey, Rice, and McCabe’s security clearances?!

SB2 used this link for the purpose of this message video. However, due to copyright dings on YouTube, I will be using this link from Fox news to illustrate the message, since Fox news usually doesn't have issues with YouTubers using their clips. Listen to this!

Obama officials who could lose security clearances under Trump: A complete list

By Kaitlyn Schallhorn | Fox News

White House threatens to pull Brennan's security clearance

President Trump is considering rescinding security clearances for multiple former top intelligence officials, including former FBI Director James Comey.

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters on July 23 that Trump was thinking about taking away the clearances because the former officials “politicize, and in some cases actually monetize, their public service and their security clearances in making baseless accusations about improper contact with Russia.”

Here’s a look at who could have their security clearances revoked, their part in past administrations and what they’ve said about Trump.

John Brennan

Former CIA Director John Brennan has been criticized by a Republican senator who questioned whether he is “monetizing his security clearance” and “making millions of dollars divulging secrets to the mainstream media with this attacks” on Trump.

John Brennan led the CIA for nearly four years under the Obama administration. Earlier this year, he joined MSNBC and NBC News as a contributor and senior national security and intelligence analyst.

James Comey

James Comey led the FBI from 2013 until he was abruptly fired in May 2017. Trump, who has repeatedly castigated Comey on Twitter, said he could not “effectively lead” the bureau. The president was highly critical of Comey’s handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails and the Russia investigation.

Michael Hayden

Former CIA Director Michael Hayden said revoking his security clearance wouldn't make a difference to him.

Gen. Michael Hayden has served during multiple administrations, from leading the National Security Agency under former President Bill Clinton to heading the CIA under both former Presidents Bush and Obama.

Andrew McCabe

Andrew McCabe was fired as deputy director of the FBI after it was determined that he lied to investigators reviewing the bureau’s probe of Hillary Clinton’s email server.

Phil Mattingly ✔@Phil_Mattingly tweeted: “Not only is the president looking to take away Brennan’s security clearance, he’s also looking into the security clearances of Comey, Clapper, Rice and McCabe.”

Susan Rice

Susan Rice, who served as the National Security Advisor under former President Barack Obama, has been critical of Trump's relationship with Russia.

Now comes the pain 23!!!

Pop corn please! Yes, the large one over there! 5 will be fine…

Now, I want to give some help to those who are still skeptical about Trump directly communicating with our Movement since his Great Falls speech. I am happy to see it is now a minority but we still have to try to get everybody on board.

In my last two posts link1


I have established that Trump gave us 2 ways to connect the servers to the Q1675 riddle using the string NT: the first one was through “wouldn’t”, the second one was through “Apprentice”. Is it a coincidence the next day I posted the “Apprentice” connection, Trump tweets this: Imgur1

No it’s not a coincidence. Trump is confirming that the decoding is correct and he is giving us, as a reward, a proof and a confirmation, a third path to the servers. Thank you Mr. President, message received.

The Q1675 now has 3 connections to the servers and we can draw the following image: Imgur2

Now question, I have to insist: are you tired of winning yet?!

Q814 We are talking to you. Proofs only meant for you. Q

Democratic Deep State ???

In August 2017, the United States Senate unanimously confirmed President Donald J. Trump’s appointment of Mr. Huber to serve an additional four years as United States Attorney.

U.S. attorney for Utah is investigating GOP-raised concerns about the FBI surveilling Trump aide and about Clinton’s uranium ties. By Thomas Burr & Pamela Manson in March 2018

United States Attorney for Utah John Huber has been investigating whether the FBI abused its authority in surveilling a former top aide to then-GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump and whether federal officials should have probed deeper into allegations of Hillary Clinton’s ties to the sale of U.S. uranium rights to a Russian-controlled company.

Sessions said that the reviews by federal prosecutors like Huber mean there’s no need right now for appointment of a second special counsel, as Republican lawmakers had requested.

The uranium deal referred to in Sessions’ letter refers to a 2010 purchase of a controlling interest in Uranium One by a Russian subsidiary. The acquisition went through when Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, and her department was among nine involved in allowing the deal.

The nonprofit Clinton Foundation had accepted large donations from people with ties to Uranium One, and former President Bill Clinton had taken a big speaking fee from a Russian company.

Trump talked about the “uranium scandal” in October, shortly before special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling in the election produced its first criminal charges.

“I think that’s your Russia story,” Trump said at the time. “That’s your real Russia story. Not the story where they talk about collusion, and there was none. It was a hoax. Your real Russia story is uranium.”

It appears from the letter that Huber has been conducting his investigation from Utah at least since November.

“I am confident that Mr. Huber’s review will include a full, complete and objective evaluation of these matters in a manner that is consistent with the law and facts,” Sessions wrote. “I receive regular updates from Mr. Huber and upon the conclusion of his review, will receive his recommendations as to whether any matters not currently under investigation should be opened, whether any matters currently under investigation require further resources, or whether any matters merit the appointment of a special counsel.”

GOP Congress members wrote Sessions last year, asking for investigations into a raft of issues, including Clinton’s mishandling of classified information and post-election accusations by Trump that he was wiretapped by the Obama administration. They also requested probes into leaks of classified information that unmasked the identities of people on Trump’s campaign and transition teams; the FBI’s “apparent reliance” on a Clinton campaign-funded investigation of the Trump campaign; and “any and all potential leaks” originated by former FBI Director James Comey.

Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, said Huber brings the independent perspective of a federal prosecutor “who has spent his career far removed from the politics of Washington.”

“I am confident that Mr. Huber will perform these duties with the utmost integrity, and I look forward to learning the results of his work at the appropriate time,” Hatch said in a written statement.

Huber, who was appointed by President Barack Obama in 2015 with the strong backing of Hatch and Sen. Mike Lee, has twice been confirmed to the office by the Senate. He is the vice chairman of the Attorney General’s Office Advisory Committee.


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