The article will highlight a highly cryptic post that is believed by anons to be comms to field operatives or other members of the QTeam, and use that as example of the confusing nature to Q's posts.
This Tom Hanks example is a sterling example.
Recent Congressional testimony from Lisa Page, Peter Strzok and others has indicated as much.
#Spygate would've been used as the "smoking gun" to take candidate Trump down, had @HillaryClinton won in 2016.
All of these "reporters" were discovered to be on a favorites list compiled by the @HillaryClinton campaign, via documents obtained by WikiLeaks in 2016.
For a year and a half, Q has asserted #WeHaveItAll, and as time progresses, that has been proved true over and over.
Check the QProofs tab at QMap.pub.
Go back to Oct. 28, 2017, via the very last page on QMap.
Check out the info for yourself.
Search every name, organization and concept that you're not already familiar with.
A common theme of #QAnon's communications has been #FutureProvesPast
That's just a short way of saying that things that come out in the news later will confirm info given now.
If that confuses you, you're not alone. Anons don't know what to do with that info, either.
Maybe those dates are coded, and we'll understand what they mean later.
Given that we're a year and a half later and the movement is this big, I'd say it worked.
That said, don't take my word for it, either.
Dig for yourself.
Most importantly, don't believe anything you read/see/hear from anyone online (myself included) that either:
A) You have researched and confirmed to your own satisfaction, or
B) You already know from experience to be true.
We're tasked to identify the #MSM shenanigans and call out the #FakeNews when we see it.
Conversely, when we encounter the truth and find that it's not being accurately or entirely reported, it's our job to get the word out.
THAT is the soul of #QAnon.