Crossposting from the Voat Preview site...with some juicy new links and observations
v/GreatAwakening owner and pizzagate researcher @srayzie reported last night on Twitter that QAnon confirmed the Voat outage is no accident.
An anon asked Q:
"Coincidence that the voat.co site JUST went down two days ago after two years of the deepest pizza/pedogate research on the WWW? Lots of important archives LOST!"
Q replied: "Over the target" and then urged deeper research into pizzagate, particularly connections between Maggie Nixon, Allison Mack, Obama, Adam Schiff and the plane crash that killed Mariah Coogan.
Sorry Voat. We didn't mean to blow up the whole site! 😳
Rotteaux got me thinking with his comment on my original submission of this news...
We wouldn't have lasted this long with a single point of failure if someone wasn't keeping Putt safe. As he said himself, "you guys piss a lot of powerful people off."
We've done most of the research. It's all over but the cryin'. The time to nuke Voat to stop PG was a year ago or six months ago. Which they tried, and failed. So why flip the switch now that arrests are starting to happen? (Google docs spreadsheet tracking trafficking arrests: https:// docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1MAnZZoD7y5Ydwx2rSrZualrZTNUYDY7gozTXkT0YUOs/edit?usp=sharing) It's curious, especially since the data wasn't tampered with.
As @Rotteaux pointed out:
The database is accessible, what kind of site take down leaves the information available and returns a server side error code, not a 404 ?
Why? To create buzz! The same reason Julian Assange "has no access to the Internet".
In fact, this theory fits very nicely into the sophisticated communication campaign Trump and Co. have been running to get around MSM narrative controls since the Podesta emails.
Assange already demonstrated he is working with Q when he released the pdf of the Wolff book. Here is Q proving he is working with Assange and Wikileaks (Wikileaks changes O's to Q's in Wolff book pdf).
Despite this being the longest outage in the history of Voat, and Putt still being mysteriously unheard from, Voat founder @Atko noticed the problem, encouraged the colony of intrepid goats who had rendezvoused at previewVoat, and then quickly tinkered with the gears to get the site back online. He has coyly offered no details about what went wrong though he "isolated the problem".
Curiouser and curiouser. :-)