My thoughts on Q-Anon and Golden Globes

While I was off last week on vacation, I took to researching Q-Anon, which is a handle for a perceived Trump Administration insider posting on the 4Chan and 8Chan bulletin chat boards.

It appears to many aware of this account that it comes from individual(s) close to the White House because of verified photos posted that were taken on board Air Force 1.

There are many — call them hits — that have been cryptic mentions on these bulletin boards under the name Q-Anon, which is the nomenclature of the site, that have come to be in the following weeks after posting, including the writing about the presidential order last month on cracking down on human trafficking by going after the money behind it.

I’m still not so sure about this, but there are many followers who are deciphering every detail of the posts to gleam a look into the immediate future.

That being said the latest posts appear to have the Clinton’s and Huma Abedin being probed in a new investigation over the foundation. As well as some news regarding the recent California wildfires in both the San Fransisco Bay area and Los Angeles area.

Not sure if anything will come of these posts, but if recent history is a guide, we could see more headlines coming up.

Reading accounts of Sunday night’s Golden Globe awards (because I could never bring myself to watch), I could not get past the irony of the whole night.

While last year’s event was all about bashing President-elect Trump and how they had to band together to battle the incoming administration.

Well this year’s event — marked by most actors and actresses wearing black —¬† was to protest the pervasive acts of sexual harassment within Hollywood.

However, who were the perpetrators of these horrendous acts? Hollywood’s biggest Democratic supports.

These actresses saw the enemy and it is them and for many they remained quiet for years because of the culture that perpetrated sex, silence and obedience to the Democratic party in order to work.

So now, the women of Hollywood have banded together to enforce change. I hope it goes well, but perhaps they should look to the allegiances with their political party that allowed this to go on for so long and did nothing but take their money.


I spent 8 years with someone who was "Not my President"

I spent the last eight years with a president that certainly did not have an agenda that I could support.

I was looked on as a pariah by the Obama Administration. I was what was wrong with this country.

Unfortunately for me I was born a white male in the early 60’s, so therefore I was privileged and seen as a good revenue source to fund the White House’s socialistic agendas for people who have been less fortunate than I.

Because I stayed in school and studied hard and was able to make a career for myself, I was considered part of the problem and my savings and earnings were going to be used to right this wrong.

Not once over the last eight year did I take to streets to say “This is not my President.” No that’s not how my generation works.

The ranks of the America middle class shrunk by 30% over the time President Obama has been in office, while the lower class grew.

What the administration forgot while attempting to empower the niches of American society is: The middle must hold.

If you don’t have a thriving middle class, you have a bifurcated society of haves and have-nots, like we have today. Under this administration the term “99 percenters” came into vogue because these socialistic policies decimated working Americans, while his monetary policy enriched Wall Street and Silicon Valley.

The Obama  Administration spent the past eight years doubling the national deficit to $20 trillion without one year with 3% GDP growth.

Here’s where the former middle class Americans stand today:

  • Some 95 million Americans can’t find jobs and are out of the workforce.
  • 43 million Americans are on Food Stamps or SNAP as they call it now. Up 20% since the 2008 election.
  • 20% of American families have no one in the workforce.

That is why Hillary Clinton lost. The American middle class did not say “This is not my President” in the streets, they said it loud and clear in the voting booth.

Don’t blame President-Elect Donald Trump for the last eight years, no, look no further than the total repudiation of the Democratic Party and its socialistic policies as the cause for this voter revolt.