Just thought I would leave a few thoughts here for you to consider regarding the IBR.
Q doesn't support it, and neither should we. We should be fighting for the original Bill of Rights, not this IBR scam.
Note the following:
AT&T, through Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson, is the one seeking an Internet Bill of Rights.
Electronic Frontier Foundation, of which John Perry Barlow was a founding member, OPPOSES AT&T's Internet bill of rights.
We don't need AT&T's IBR to be successful at meme warfare, as we were with the Release the Memo campaign Q mentions in drop 605 (qanonmap.github.io).
Q mentions Barlow in drops 628, 677, 722, 730, 731, 760, 770 and 790 (qanonmap.github.io). Every one of these drops contains an example of CIA/Black Hat actors undermining the interests of true patriots: That which is secure is not in fact secure; those who create or champion secure places on the net die. Expand your thinking. The IBR is good for the CIA, not for patriots.
DO NOT CONFUSE JOHN PERRY BARLOW'S CONCEPT OF THE NATURAL RIGHTS OF PATRIOTS ON THE INTERNET WITH THE BS CONCEPT OF AN "INTERNET BILL OF RIGHTS." THEY ARE NOT THE SAME.
UPDATE: Tracybeanz did a great video of making more point on why supporting this is a bad idea and I agree with pretty much everything she has had to say about it.
The BILL of RIGHTS should be all we need and all we ever needed. What we need to do is stop the crooks from trying to mess with those as they have been blatantly trying to do for awhile now. Any time they make a new bill there is ALWAYS small print added at the last minute that we dont find out about until it is too late.