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Q and Corsi Banned on Reddit -#InternetBillofRights

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This subreddit was banned due to a violation of our content policy, specifically, the prohibition of content that encourages or incites violence and the posting of personal and confidential information.

                                             WHAT KIND OF NONSENSE IS THAT?

Banned 1 day ago.
 
Like many of us do, I googled  Corsi Q Reddit, to see if any new information had been, as they say, dropped by Q. Well I was able to get the site, but unfortunately this is the message I received. Enough is enough. Mr Corsi last evening, like he had a premonition this would happen, suggested we all started using #INTERNETBILLOF RIGHTS.
 
Now we know that the President is fully aware of what is going on. He is just waiting for his nominees to the FTC to get into office.
 
The President has stated in no uncertain terms that we need a free internet with no censorship and when he see’s this he is going to be pissed. He has already through Q threatened these companies. I think the quote was they will die beneath the weight of the lawsuits. Or something to that effect. So for the sake of the story I wanted to transmit Dr Corsi’s message to use #INTERNETBILLOF RIGHTS. I will also list your representatives by State. Perhaps you can call or fax or whatever you feel comfortable with.
 
Believe me you don’t need to call the White House the President ( whom I think is Q) knows exactly how important free speech is and censorship and I would almost bet he will take some type of action.
 
Call, make your voice heard we are a free Country, aren’t we and we have a free press and as such we should have a free internet. How they can give this great Patriot this type of aggravation at his age, he is no kid, is reprehensible.
  • CALL ONE OR CALL THEM ALL. MAKE THEM KNOW THIS IS NOT ACCEPTABLE

THE IDEA OF THESE EGO INFLATED CRIMINALS ALLOWING THIS TO HAPPEN WILL NOT STAND.

PEOPLE  ON YOU TUBE TAKEN DOWN= PEOPLE’S ACCOUNT’S BEING DE-MONETIZED. PEOPLE THAT GO TO WASHINGTON TO GET PAID $175,000 AND LIKE MAGIC IN A FEW YEARS ARE MILLIONAIRES. Did everyone know that insider trading is 100% legal for our elected representatives. Let one of us try it.

 This list will have to do as I was just denied access to all websites that list contact information. Unbelievable.

U.S. Senate seniority list

Rank Historical
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Senator Party State Seniority Date Other factors
1 1692 Patrick Leahy Democratic Vermo nt January 3, 1975  
2 1708 Orrin Hatch Republican Utah January 3, 1977
3 1719 Thad Cochran Republican Mississippi December 27, 1978
4 1745 Chuck Grassley Republican Iowa January 3, 1981
5 1766 Mitch McConnell Republican Kentucky January 3, 1985
6 1775 Richard Shelby Republican Alabama January 3, 1987 Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (8 years)
7 1777 John McCain Republican Arizona Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (4 years)
8 1801 Dianne Feinstein Democratic California November 10, 1992  
9 1810 Patty Murray Democratic Washington January 3, 1993  
10 1816 Jim Inhofe Republican Oklahoma November 17, 1994
11 1827 Ron Wyden Democratic Oregon February 6, 1996
12 1830 Pat Roberts Republican Kansas January 3, 1997 Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (16 years)
13 1831 Dick Durbin Democratic Illinois Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (14 years)
14 1835 Jack Reed Democratic Rhode Island Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (6 years)
15 1839 Jeff Sessions[6] Republican Alabama Alabama 22nd in population (1990)
16 1842 Susan Collins Republican Maine Maine 38th in population (1990)
17 1843 Mike Enzi Republican Wyoming Wyoming 50th in population (1990)
18 1844 Chuck Schumer Democratic New York January 3, 1999 Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (18 years)
19 1846 Mike Crapo Republican Idaho Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (6 years)
20 1854 Bill Nelson Democratic Florida January 3, 2001 Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (12 years)
21 1855 Tom Carper Democratic Delaware Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (10 years)
22 1856 Debbie Stabenow Democratic Michigan Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (4 years)
23 1859 Maria Cantwell Democratic Washington Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (2 years)
24 1873 John Cornyn[7] Republican Texas December 1, 2002  
25 1867 Lisa Murkowski Republican Alaska December 20, 2002  
26 1869 Lindsey Graham Republican South Carolina January 3, 2003 Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives
27 1871 Lamar Alexander Republican Tennessee Former Cabinet member and Governor of Tennessee (2 terms)
28 1876 Richard Burr Republican North Carolina January 3, 2005 Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (10 years)
29 1879 John Thune Republican South Dakota Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (6 years)
30 1880 Johnny Isakson Republican Georgia Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (5 years, 10 months)
31 1885 Bob Menendez Democratic New Jersey January 18, 2006  
32 1886 Ben Cardin Democratic Maryland January 3, 2007 Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (20 years)
33 1887 Bernie Sanders Independent Vermont Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (16 years)[8]
34 1888 Sherrod Brown Democratic Ohio Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (14 years)
35 1890 Bob Casey Democratic Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 6th in population (2000)
36 1891 Bob Corker Republican Tennessee Tennessee 16th in population (2000)
37 1892 Claire McCaskill Democratic Missouri Missouri 17th in population (2000)
38 1893 Amy Klobuchar Democratic Minnesota Minnesota 21st in population (2000)
39 1894 Sheldon Whitehouse Democratic Rhode Island Rhode Island 43rd in population (2000)
40 1895 Jon Tester Democratic Montana Montana 44th in population (2000)
41 1896 John Barrasso Republican Wyoming June 25, 2007  
42 1897 Roger Wicker Republican Mississippi December 31, 2007
43 1899 Tom Udall Democratic New Mexico January 3, 2009 Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives
44 1901 Jeanne Shaheen Democratic New Hampshire Former governor (6 years)
45 1902 Mark Warner Democratic Virginia Former governor (4 years)
46 1903 Jim Risch Republican Idaho Former governor (7 months)
47 1905 Jeff Merkley Democratic Oregon  
48 1909 Michael Bennet Democratic Colorado January 21, 2009
49 1910 Kirsten Gillibrand Democratic New York January 26, 2009
50 1911 Al Franken[9] Democratic Minnesota July 7, 2009
51 1916 Joe Manchin Democratic West Virginia November 15, 2010 Former governor
52 1917 Chris Coons Democratic Delaware  
53 1919 Roy Blunt Republican Missouri January 3, 2011 Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (14 years); Missouri 17th in population (2000)
54 1920 Jerry Moran Republican Kansas Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (14 years); Kansas 32nd in population (2000)
55 1921 Rob Portman Republican Ohio Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (12 years)
56 1922 John Boozman Republican Arkansas Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (9 years)
57 1923 Pat Toomey Republican Pennsylvania Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (6 years)
58 1924 John Hoeven Republican North Dakota Former governor
59 1925 Marco Rubio Republican Florida Florida 4th in population (2000)
60 1926 Ron Johnson Republican Wisconsin Wisconsin 18th in population (2000)
61 1927 Rand Paul Republican Kentucky Kentucky 25th in population (2000)
62 1928 Richard Blumenthal Democratic Connecticut Connecticut 29th in population (2000)
63 1929 Mike Lee Republican Utah Utah 34th in population (2000)
64 1931 Dean Heller Republican Nevada May 9, 2011  
65 1932 Brian Schatz Democratic Hawaii December 27, 2012
66 1933 Tim Scott Republican South Carolina January 2, 2013
67 1934 Tammy Baldwin Democratic Wisconsin January 3, 2013 Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (14 years)
68 1935 Jeff Flake Republican Arizona Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (12 years)
69 1936 Joe Donnelly Democratic Indiana Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (6 years); Indiana 16th in population (2010)
70 1937 Chris Murphy Democratic Connecticut Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (6 years); Connecticut 29th in population (2010)
71 1938 Mazie Hirono Democratic Hawaii Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (6 years); Hawaii 42nd in population (2010)
72 1939 Martin Heinrich Democratic New Mexico Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (4 years)
73 1940 Angus King Independent Maine Former governor (8 years)
74 1941 Tim Kaine Democratic Virginia Former governor (4 years)
75 1942 Ted Cruz Republican Texas Texas 2nd in population (2010)
76 1943 Elizabeth Warren Democratic Massachusetts Massachusetts 15th in population (2010)
77 1944 Deb Fischer Republican Nebraska Nebraska 38th in population (2010)
78 1945 Heidi Heitkamp Democratic North Dakota North Dakota 48th in population (2010)
79 1948 Ed Markey Democratic Massachusetts July 16, 2013  
80 1949 Cory Booker Democratic New Jersey October 31, 2013
81 1951 Shelley Moore Capito Republican West Virginia January 3, 2015 Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (14 years)
82 1952 Gary Peters Democratic Michigan Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (6 years); Michigan 9th in population (2010)
83 1953 Bill Cassidy Republican Louisiana Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (6 years); Louisiana 25th in population (2010)
84 1954 Cory Gardner Republican Colorado Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (4 years); Colorado 22nd in population (2010)
85 1955 James Lankford Republican Oklahoma Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (4 years); Oklahoma 28th in population (2010)
86 1956 Tom Cotton Republican Arkansas Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (2 years); Arkansas 32nd in population (2010)
87 1957 Steve Daines Republican Montana Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (2 years); Montana 44th in population (2010)
88 1958 Mike Rounds Republican South Dakota Former governor
89 1959 David Perdue Republican Georgia Georgia 8th in population (2010)
90 1960 Thom Tillis Republican North Carolina North Carolina 10th in population (2010)
91 1961 Joni Ernst Republican Iowa Iowa 30th in population (2010)
92 1962 Ben Sasse Republican Nebraska Nebraska 37th in population (2010)
93 1963 Dan Sullivan Republican Alaska Alaska 47th in population (2010)
94 1964 Chris Van Hollen Democratic Maryland January 3, 2017 Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (14 years)
95 1965 Todd Young Republican Indiana Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (6 years)
96 1966 Tammy Duckworth Democratic Illinois Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (4 years)
97 1967 Maggie Hassan Democratic New Hampshire Former Governor
98 1968 Kamala Harris Democratic California California 1st in population (2010)
99 1969 John Neely Kennedy Republican Louisiana Louisiana 25th in population (2010)
100 1970 Catherine Cortez Masto Democratic Nevada Nevada 35th in population (2010)
101 1971 Luther Strange[6] Republican Alabama February 9, 2017  
102 1972 Tina Smith[9] Democratic Minnesota January 3, 2018 Minnesota 21st in population (2010)
103 1973 Doug Jones[6]

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    • Anonymous

      You have a Constitutional right to be on YouTube or Reddit by what stretch? Oh! And be monetized, paid for being an idiot on YouTube and Reddit?

      On second thought, I’d like to be on the front page of the NY Times and LA Times, everyday, and be paid, to say anything idiotic I want! Time to march on Washington! Join me in the struggle for moron rights! YEEHAW!

    • Grandad Grumps

      Being something of a cynical person, I am guessing that Q had run its course and nothing that he said is happening or will happen. There will be no arrests of the deep state criminals/aliens/archons and the easiest way to bury Q and avoid embarassemtn was to get him banned.

      Just another scam to cover up a psyop… but the plan to beat Satan has never been to beat him and his minions with weapons or logic. And certainly we cannot depend on the same institutions that give him his power to defeat him. This is a spiritual war and those who are protected by the armor of God will take up the fight when it is time.

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