"1. Were his statements verified by actual events or not?"
No. Hillary Clinton has not been indicted. Rather than forming a close guard of generals who will carry out military coup to restore the Constitution, President Trump fired them, from Gen. James Mattis down to Lt.Col. Alexander Vindman and his brother, Lt.Col. Yevgeny Vindman, Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster, Lt. Gen Ricky Waddell. See Wikipedia here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Trump_administration_dismissals_and_resignations
"2. Did you watch the documentary linked in Post 1?"
I did not. I do not want my ISP at home associated with them. I already knew from your description what it contained. This is old stuff for me. I started with None Dare Call It Treason by John Stormer. Your QAnon offers the same conspiracy theory from the Protocols of the Elders of Zion but spun from modern yarns. In popular fiction, Robert Ludlumn's Matarese Circle has the same element of an international global conspiracy of very rich, powerful people. I think that The Illuminatus! Trilogy tells it well. A libertarian I knew long ago, Peter McAlpine, wrote The Occult Technology of Power the outline of how a world-dominating class capitalist brings his son into the New World Order.
Conspiracies do exist. Just ask Julius Caesar. The meetings at Davos are not open to you and me, but we know that they exist. Our Red-and-Black comrades can take the streets of Seattle when the World Trade Organizaiton meets, but the WTO and the Council on Foreign Relations, and the others, all exist, and all are known. And we can theorize easily that others we do not know about must also exist. They would be the dark matter and dark energy of the global social universe. But so what?
Frederick III was Holy Roman Emperor for 40 years, 1452-1493) . He was first HRE from the House of Hapsburg which would control central Europe and Spain, among other lands. Big deal... In 1450 Gutenberg created the printing press and in 1492 Columbus stumbled on America. And where is the HRE today? Multinational corporations? Vladimir Putin and his comrade Donald Trump? Maybe... And right now there's stuff going on that will make them both irrelevant, like Do-It-Yourself gene splicing.
"I do not trust Wikipedia."
Yeah... Well... Facts do not matter. People believe what they do and find the experts they need to support their suppositions. Here on RoR: Evidence is not Enough
Over on Galt's Gulch, I pointed to a poll of the Tea Party that reported most self-identified members as being in favor of social security and Medicare. That was denigrated because the poll was conducted by the New York Times. But when I pointed out that many of the Gulchers anti-Obama posts back then originated with RT Russia Television, the response was different. In point of fact, Russia has been involved in the American Right for decades. It makes sense that they would be. The world controllers control both sides of every conflict.
When I was writing for Coin World, I was assigned an article about sea battles commemorated on paper money. Read about the Battle of Lake Erie in The Encyclopedia Britannica and Grolier's Encyclopedia Americana and you would think it was two different events. The New Advent Catholic Encyclopedia tells the story of the Spanish Armada factually but somewhat differently from the Britannica. In fact, the American Numismatic Association granted me my first Heath Literary Award for an article about the origins of coinage which for me began when I realized that the Britannica was wrong on that subject. Ayn Rand had her own criticisms of the Britannica's article on Capitalism -- no surprise there.
Facts matter. Validating facts requires more than looking to an authority or denying authority. As a science fair judge, I stand apart from the rubric that gives special value to original research over merely repeating a known experiment. I understand that. It remains, though, that independent verification is essential to science. That is why you and I publish here.
(Edited by Michael Marotta on 6/28, 2:53pm)