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I'm leaning towards it being Miles Taylor

1. I can't find any information about a new Anonymous book
2. "A WARNING" by Anonymous was released in a new paperback edition yesterday, with a new preface.
3. Miles Taylor surfaced the day before its release. Anonymous writes in "A WARNING" that he will make himself known before the election.
4. Taylor uses the same phraseology as Anonymous when he speaks for "others" who will follow him and "make themselves known soon"
5. Anonymous pays particular attention in "A WARNING" to DHS and immigration issues, which is one reason some people thought it might be Kirstjen Nielsen. Miles Taylor was her chief of staff.

EDIT: Anonymous never says he will reveal himself to be Anonymous; just that he will "reveal himself." So I'm not dissuaded from believing Taylor is the guy because he hasn't (yet) claimed responsibility for being Anonymous.


It's hard not to wonder about Colorado.

Maybe election officials in Colorado should re-examine West's paperwork and signatures, look again at the process and make sure they didn't miss some glaring procedural errors. It's just so hard to believe these stooges running the Kanye West campaign did everything perfectly in Colorado when he has mucked it up in so many other states.

He hates to acknowledge bad news. It's a lie.

But the reporter should ask him if he's heard of "Anonymous." That might jog his memory.

So Trump shagged some Kremlin honeypots and this isn't news?

Okay, so maybe I'm exaggerating a little. But, I mean, we've just been handed a story we can turn into a scandal. The other side would.

Kremlin-linked businessman boasted he knew about president's 'relationships with women' in Moscow and hotel bosses talked about elevator tape of Trump with two 'hostesses' Senate Intel report reveals - but says Putin's spies did NOT have kompromat

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8639917/Kremlin-linked-businessman-boasted-knew-presidents-relationships-women-Moscow.html

I mean, how stupid can you be to go to Moscow and start sleeping around with random "hostesses"?

Maybe it's nothing but you know if it was Joe Biden it would be all over the place. Senate investigations would have been opened. The Trump Campaign "Death Star" would be running ads on Facebook.

Maybe the Lincoln Project can do something with this.

Just sayin'

Taylor is saying some chilling things.

I wonder if Kirstjen Nielsen is one of the people Taylor anticipates will emerge before November.

It will be more significant if individuals currently serving within the administration are among those he suggests will be coming forward.

What's interesting about this (to me) is that it suggests Putin and Trump

had not been introduced to each other by 2007, by which time I would have guessed they would have been on almost a first-name basis. But the letter suggests they had never before met:

As you probably have heard, I am a big fan of yours!


What a geeky, clumsy little note. A fifteen year old writes letters like this to a celebrity idol.

As for the timeline, maybe I need to recheck the book House of Trump, House of Putin by Craig Ungar.

My note to the Lincoln Project:

SUBJECT: Trump is accusing Biden of cocaine abuse. Time to touch the electric third rail.

Are you familiar with Noel Cassler? He worked as a production assistant on The Apprentice. He has a litany of first-hand accounts of Trump abusing drugs on the set. Maybe it's time to transgress the apparent taboo against discussing Trump's abuse of substances.

https://lincolnproject.us/contact/

If this happens, I think it will be more organized, not from individual

Trumpster Dumpsters, but maybe a super-PAC or (god forbid) Russia, or Eric Prince's gang.

All postal workers should be trained in spotting fraudulent ballots, because ballots are hard to replicate due to the various ID numbers. The ones here in AZ are quite elaborate and "classy" (for want of a better word).

It's not easy to just get ahold of a spare ballot that's not sent or handed directly to you. This notion that it's a simple matter to get a bunch of ballots is pretty ridiculous.

Here we go!

I have a feeling we've finally found ANONYMOUS.

I think it is too!

Especially now. He's speaking for "the others" just like in the book A WARNING.

Wow... My initial prediction was way off.
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