First Qanon Debate – 03/28/20 – Ultim8booN vs Hotwheels

History is set to be made as the first QAnon debate is scheduled to hit the Interwebs.

Relentless debater and Qanon supporter Ultim8booN and notorious anti-Qanon crusader Fredrick ‘Hotwheels‘ Brennan will hit the mics at Meltdown Media Saturday evening.

Meltdown Media have interviewed both Fredrick and 8kun owner Jim Watkins in the past, and will host the debate on their Youtube channel.

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The First QAnon Debate in History

Q has been discussed extensively in “friendly” circles on both sides, however has never been the subject of a debate before.

We spoke to Ultim8BooN on Friday morning and he gave us a preview of his game plan. “My goals in the discussion will be to put to rest many of the common red herring issues about Q, and give people a new way of seeing the whole thing.”

Debate topics will include:
1. Does Q’s identity matter?
2. Is the research done by the #Qanon community valuable?
3. What constitutes ‘success’ for Q? What constitutes failure?

Enjoy The Show

Twitter-spars between Ultim8booN and Fredrick are epically entertaining and you can be sure booN will be dropping pills like the storm is about to start.

So we can all look forward to an epic Saturday night and hopefully, the start of continued discourse between both sides.

Tune in at Meltdown Media for the premiere at some point Saturday evening PST. We’ll also post the link here once it’s released.

Enjoy the show, folks.

Update – Debate Links

Part I – Ultim𝟾boon vs Fred “Hotwheels” Brennan –

Part II – Ultim8boon vs Fred “Hotwheels” Brennan – Free Speech –

Q Anon Posts – Read All QAnon Posts

In this post you’ll find a list of sites and apps where you can read all posts from Q Anon.

There’s also PDFs of all Q posts you can download and archive, raw text copies, spreadsheets with crowdsourced answers to Q’s questions, archives of all Q’s images posted, and a guide to Q’s abbreviations.


Q Anon Posts – Sites and Apps

Q’s Posts are aggregated as soon as they’re posted on 8chan at the following external sites. Not often, but sometimes it can take a couple of minutes for them to show.

You can also get Q alerts and posts when they happen with the

Q Anon Posts – Archive All Q Posts To PDF

Here’s how to archive all Q Posts to pdf in just a couple of clicks.
Archive offline, Patriots !

  • Go to
  • Click the Punisher icon to get all the posts on a single page…
  • Wait…
  • Print to PDF

Q Anon Posts – Archives

Spreadsheet Q Posts Q&A and All Q Images Backup

Q Posts Archive, Players in the Game/ Analytics on Q posts & More

Q Posts Archive, Searchable, Interactive With User Explanations &

Q Posts Archive + RSS, Searchable, Analytics, Offsite Archive

Q Anon Posts In PDF

QMap Book & Mirrors – PDF
On Mega:!pjpS1aBI!LwepOu-CyC4UlLj2dXqkxiH49D813WetrOF0OCuIg1Y

On Mediafire:

On Scribd:

Q Anon Posts In Raw Text

Q Posts Raw Text Dumps

Expanded Q Text Drops

Original, Full-Size Images Q Has Posted

A Guide To Q’s Abbreviations

Qcode Guide to Abbreviations

Logan Strain AKA Travis View Is Sheltering Fugitive Fredrick Brennan

As Fredrick Brennan continues to run from justice, an arrest warrant issued in the Philippines for Cyber Crimes, we take a look at who’s aiding and abetting him in California.

Travis View is a friend of Brennan’s, both having played large parts in the online tortious interference and deplatforming campaign against 8kun and owner Jim Watkins last year.

Yesterday, Travis View posed in a photograph with Brennan, apparently goading the FBI to take note.

Who is Travis View?
Travis View is a small-time twitter personality who’s found a tiny niche ridiculing individuals who follow QAnon.  View is a pseudonym, and many have questioned why Travis doesn’t use his real name.
Well, we may have found out.

Who is Logan Strain?
Travis View is actually Logan Strain, a content strategist, professional  marketer, copywriter and social media expert for The Control Group, a  technology company based in San Diego.

Strain specializes in brand strategy, online reputation management and social media marketing. Below is his ‘real’ twitter account.

Travis At The Atlantic Councils’ StratCom Forum
In  October 19, Travis spoke at #StratComDC , an extreme-left Atlantic Council forum on ‘strategic communications and fighting disinformation‘. Travis’ subject was Qanon and conspiracy theories.

Here’s Travis listed under ‘speakers’ on the StratComDC site –

A View Of Travis
Up until then, Travis’ visual identity remained largely unknown as he uses a stock photo of a ‘confused’ man on his twitter profile.

On Oct 23 2019 however, after he’d spoken at StratCom earlier, Travis unveiled a picture of himself in a tweet.

Washington Post Connection
Using his pseudonym, Travis has also written negative articles on Q for The Washington Post.

Logan’s profile on The Search Engine Journal states he has written content for Mashable, Forbes, Entrepreneur and the Salesforce blog.

The Science Of Selling
Here’s a blog post on a talk by Logan on The Science Of Selling, where he explains that natural human traits can be exploited by sales people using specially designed content.

Crime Wire
Logan is a regular writer for Crime Wire, an affiliate site of The Control Group. It’s reason for being  is to funnel viewers into doing people searches. It does this by instilling fear through articles about serial killers and data theft, among others.

Another piece for the Search Engine Journal –

Is The Anti-Q Work Is Just Another Copywriting Persuasion Gig?
Are Strain’s anti Qanon projects simply another copywriting gig for his company? Is that gig to provide ‘strategic content’ on twitter? On the QAnonymous Podcast?  If so, who is the client?

Strain: “Starting with a new client can be difficult, because something that may have left one client smiling might make your new one completely indifferent. In order to get a feel for your new gig, there are a few questions you need to ask in order to produce your best work and prevent frustrating hang-ups.

The Control Group
Founded in San Diego in 2012, The Control Group has two main products, the people search platforms Instant Checkmate and TruthFinder.  These are also rebranded and sold under different names.

Websites and landing pages are created to funnel traffic into conducting people searches, with publicly available information on everyone in the country aggregated  and sold as reports.

Instant Checkmate
Logan Strain is a writer for Instant Checkmate, specializing in writing about brand strategy, online reputation management, and social media marketing.

It’s Just Your Data We’re Selling
Instant Checkmate’s background checks include phone numbers, addresses, criminal history, census data, social media profiles “and more“.

Co-founder Kris Kibak explains the concept:
“So many people were starting to meet people online, but it can be so dangerous when you don’t know who you’re talking to,” Kibak said. “We wanted a way for people to figure out who they were talking to online, who’s living next door, who’s down the street.”

The Instant Checkmate website notes that “when you have access to background data, the possibilities are endless.”

Truth Finder has also released an application which uses predictive technology to build interactive family trees. They claim it’s for “genealogy research and more.”

At least they’re transparent.

Review of TruthFinder
For all Travis’s writing and selling expertise, Truthfinder is still plagued by terribly bad reviews. We found 141 one star reviews and rafts of complaints on just one review site.

Could it be Logan’s attitude? Here’s what he thinks of them…

Relevant Articles
Fredrick Brennan Flees Arrest – U.S. Authorites Alerted

8chan / 8kun Owner Sues Fredrick Brennan For Cyber Libel

Travis View and Fredrick Brennan’s Network Exposed – The Atlantic Council and George Soros