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I'm not certain if Q was for or against the PB's.What's the Qvidian stance on the Proud boys? I could be wrong but I think they liked them at the beginning but turned on them in the end like they did with the other "stop the steal" persons.
*Watched a video last night on the tactics used by the proud boys during the attack on the Capital. It was pretty good but it's not on youtube yet. When it comes out, I'll post it. The video here isn't as good but it does show some of their tactics and the reasons they were convicted.
Guilty: MAGA militia faces prison after Trump said ‘stand by’: Melber reportMay 4, 2023
I asked about the Qvidians stance, or the anons as some call them not Q. Two seperate things, Q is like Jesus and the anons or Qvidians are like the apostles.I'm not certain if Q was for or against the PB's.
You can search the Q threads and find out.
Q posts were one of the first things censored back when....
Let us know what you find out...?
Pardon from Trump? You must have forgotten, Q the video
Proud Boys leader’s lawyer has a point: Trump was the unindicted co-conspirator in the court roomStory by Lindsay Beyerstein, The Editorial Board • 1h ago
The former leader of the Proud Boys, Enrique Tarrio, was convicted alongside three of his lieutenants last week of seditious conspiracy and a slew of other offenses.
The jury concluded that the Proud Boys, a notorious fighting/drinking club calling itself “Trump’s Army,” plotted to obstruct the joint session of Congress on January 6. They sought to halt the certification of Joe Biden’s electoral college victory and reinstall Donald Trump as president.
So far, over a dozen high-level Proud Boys and Oath Keepers have been convicted or plead guilty to charges of seditious conspiracy for their roles on J6. Seditious conspiracy is the most serious of all charges stemming from the J6 insurrection and as well as the hardest to prove. These verdicts are a major victory for the Justice Department, but they also increase the pressure on special prosecutor Jack Smith to charge the conspirator in chief, Donald Trump.
These new Proud Boys’ convictions just worsened Trump’s legal woesOpinion by Dennis Aftergut • 11m ago
With Thursday's criminal convictions of five Proud Boys, including leader Henry “Enrique” Tarrio, a third jury has stamped history’s judgment on January 6 as an organized, violent uprising meant to overturn the 2020 election. In courtrooms, it’s now established beyond a reasonable doubt that the Capitol siege was not spontaneous, but rather a planned assault by force on our democracy. Four defendants — Ethan Nordean, Joseph Biggs, Zachary Rehl and Tarrio — were found guilty of the top charge of seditious conspiracy. (The jury reached a partial verdict in the case, meaning it will continue deliberations on some remaining counts.)