(Will Justice) QAnon LARPer Austin Steinbart (real name: Austin Ryan Steinbart) was arrested and charged with extortion and cyber crimes in late March, according to a complaint filed with District Court of Arizona. He was being investigated by the FBI for refusing to remove a video wherein he doxxed several patients, after having hacked a medical record database.
by Will Justice, April 7th, 2020
Steinbart claimed to be receiving messages from the future via a Neuralink implant. He also believed he was an agent for the Defense Intelligence Agency.
Steinbart admitted to extortion, hacking, and malicious intent and action to cause harm to several companies in an attempt to recover a digital archive he lost access to as a result of violating the company’s terms of service.
Prior to the FBI’s involvement, the companies damaged by Steinbart asked him to remove the material he posted on his YouTube channel without permission. Steinbart refused and proceeded to make several serious threats against the companies.
Read the complaint here.
Steinbart has captivated a portion of Q followers, mobilizing some of them to participate in cyber-harassment and disruption of business operations. Specifically, he attempted to create an “economic blockade” by flooding the companies email with bogus requests. Thousands of dollars of damages were incurred as a result of Steinbart’s actions.
In the complaint, it was recorded that Steinbart admitted to stealing patient records when he was being treated for medical services at the company’s facility. He refused to remove the material or cooperate with law enforcement after initial contact.
Was Steinbart working with Q?
Let’s cut to the chase.
Some claim that Steinbart was, and is, working with the group known as Q, which is, by all accounts, a positive military operation with the aim of taking down the deep state, ending human trafficking, and restoring power to the people.
But no evidence that Steinbart was working with Q has ever surfaced or been brought forth. As such, Steinbart is known as a Q LARPer or someone lying to the public that they are involved with the operation. As such, many Q researchers were quick to call out Steinbart as a fraud.
Despite the fact the media has raged against Q and Q followers for the better part of two years, there has never been a valid and substantive debunking of Q material or Q Proofs. Trump is believed to be aware of the Q operation and is also believed to be an active player.
Q followers cite that the media has never asked Trump if he knows about Q or if he is part of the operation. Followers believe this is circumstantial evidence that the deep state-run media knows about the truth of Q and avoids asking so as to keep the public unaware of the corruption within governments across the world and the positive military operation to dismantle criminal networks.
Q has said that there are “no outside comms,” which many followers think means that Q will only, ever, communicate with the public via forums like 4chan, 8chan, and 8kun.
From Q drop 1318.
No outside comms.
Given this, the vast majority of Q followers never gave much credence to Steinbart or his claims, which includes Stillness in the Storm.
Furthermore, Q is a legal military operation. That is, despite the fact Q and the mission (or plan) is to take down the deep state and arrest deep state actors, all of the activities are above board. Nothing that has emerged from Q is illegal—that anyone has been able to discover anyway.
From Q drop 3724.
It must be done right.
It must be done according to the rule of law.
It must carry weight.
It must be proven in the court of law.
There can be no mistakes.
Good things sometimes take time.
Attempts to slow/block the inevitable [Justice] will fail.
Assuming Q is a totally legal operation, which is, in and of itself, quite the feat, then would Steinbart’s behavior to effectively use his followers to engage in extortion and harassment (illegal activities) for personal gain fit the behavioral and rhetoric profile of Q?
No. It wouldn’t.
Steinbart never offered anything meaningful in the same scope and manner as Q.
By all accounts, Steinbart was, at best, a mentally disturbed individual who was suffering from delusions of grandeur—believing he was a special agent working with the DIA and receiving information from the future. Or, at worst, one of many frauds and scam artists attempting to capitalize on the goodwill of the people for personal gain, using the Q “brand”—so to speak—to peddle falsehoods and self-aggrandizing material.
To date, this writer believes there has never been an operation with the scope and integrity of Q. Detractors have yet to offer any substantive, complete, and coherent rebuttal of the Q operation.
[That is an invitation, by the way.]
Guilt by association is not a valid form of justice. Straw-man arguments are fallacious and untruthful.
The mainstream media uses examples like Steinbart to paint Q followers as wild and insane conspiracy theorists (guilt by association), which have no problem violating the law to get their way. This is a straw-man argument and as such it has no merit.
The truth is, real QAnon followers respect the law and seek to participate in its restoration. Of which, this site and its founder is counted amongst the ranks of Q followers.
Readers of this site will know that the restoration of the true rule of law is an absolute necessity for a free and prosperous world.
Steinbart and his ilk—those who seek to violate the law for personal gain—are a sort altogether different than those patriots and truth-seekers who submit themselves to a higher power.
For theists, this higher power is God, a benevolent Creator personality. For atheists, this higher power is dignity, decency, and respect for life and freedom—the law.
The ends do not justify the means.
What I want to personally underscore is the profound respect and admiration of the Q team. Given that the planet has suffered from draconian rule for most of human history, at the hands of life-hating pedophiles, there is enough justification to take this criminal network down, with prejudice, and in violation of the law if necessary. But despite this necessity, the Q team continues to extoll that the law must be followed.
Keep this in mind as you find other Q LARPers in your online travels.
Matthew 7:16-20 “Ye shall know them by their fruits.”
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Will Justice is an independent researcher, writer, and truth activist dedicated to sharing his groundbreaking findings with the world. Over the course of several decades, he discovered the causes of worldly corruption, human suffering, and spiritual decline, which gave him the eyes to see the solutions hidden from view. He is passionate about unity, authenticity, and healing the world by forming effective grassroots initiatives.
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