I don't have a Tom Mix decoder ring, so I couldn't tell you.Are you comparing QAnon with Antifa?
Trump refuses to condemn QAnon
It's unclear how aware Trump is of QAnon's coordinated efforts, but he has refused to condemn the group, and has even praised it.
"I've heard these are people that love our country," he said in August, in the White House briefing room.
Tom Mix......Jesus delldude, how old are you?I don't have a Tom Mix decoder ring, so I couldn't tell you.
Only thing I know about Antifa is they are a third party arm of the lefty dems. You telling me they have a secret nonsecret site like QAnon?
Give me a link, I'll check it out.
The QAnon believer reached his destination late Wednesday ready for battle. After learning that Vice President Mike Pence wasn’t going to stop the certification of Biden’s Electoral College victory, Meredith texted, “War time,” while en route to D.C.
In later messages, he warned that he was “3.5 hours from target practice,” “Ready to remove several craniums from shoulders,” and “so ready to FK SOME TRAITORS UP.”
“I ain’t goin to jail,” he wrote at one point. “[T]he morgue maybe, not jail.”
Meredith brought with him a Glock covered in an American flag skin, an assault-style rifle with telescopic sight, high-capacity magazines and about 2,500 rounds of ammunition, including at least 320 “armor-piercing” rounds.
He was arrested last Thursday after allegedly assaulting a pedestrian in Washington. Meredith left his vehicle and allegedly head-butted an individual, knocking him to the ground, beating him and fleeing the scene in his truck, according to an affidavit.
Meredith’s trip is detailed in a 10-page memo filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia by acting U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin. In an interview with authorities following his arrest, Meredith admitted he sent the text messages found on his phone. He also claimed to be a habitual marijuana user with a history of mental illness.