My day got started a little late so Im still catching up a bit, but I did come across this and thought it should be shared as it does have some interesting points to it. While this may not be what Q had in mind at all, it does bring up some other very interesting connections in relation to Snowden, Wikileaks, and the MSM. Things we have been digging into lately. Either way you read it, you will walk away with another picture becoming a little more clear in one aspect of this huge damn puzzle of Q Drops. Mainly how screwed the MSM is about to become and how it got to this point to begin with. Of course this is my interpitation, it may not be yours, though I am curious to hear yours in the comments :)
Mar 15 2018 22:41:56 (EDT) Q !tripremoved ID: 69fcbf 680795
[John Perry Barlow]
WE HAVE THE SUB.
Based on this article
@[Norman Lear][1st - marker as 1st amendment]
@[Jessica Ahlquist][1st - marker, 1st amendement related]
Freedom of the press foundation
[John Perry Barlow]
Q only listed 4 names here because these 4 names are all EFF related.
>We have the sub
In the context, I think it means they have the securedrop submission site cause they outline the formation of the shift in direction.
Hostages freed means that the people associated with this organization were held hostage by clowns.
Basis for the above is that it lines up with this article:
Pay attention especially to the list of links in second article. It outlines a timeline how they worked together, then they suddenly all turned on wikileaks.
I believe most of these guys started out as genuinely good guys leaking what they thought was shit about government overreach.
The retaliation by the deep state was to threaten/infiltrate them.
THAT IS HOW THE RIFT BETWEEN WIKILEAKS AND EFF BEGAN, EFF WAS COMPROMISED!!!
What I think Q is saying is that they have control of the dropbox sub, Snowden and others are free from their hostage situation, and I think that they will activate this mechanism to crush the msm.
If you dig further, the story that emerges is that the whitehats who made dropbox originally died in suspicious circumstances, and to me it seems the ones who are left went along with the coercion employed by article.