Received word from a GAB.com user, that 8Chan which had became 8Kun, it’s web server have been down and not operational without explanation as of yet. The Gab user said “Be advised. The board is down. QResearch is under attack.” and it could have been by DDoS attacks as was common with USWGO ALternative News, prior to Brian being framed with child porn his website at uswgo.com received traffic spikes which Brian assumed his web host didn’t like the traffic spikes and used that to suspend his website and demand more money, but later on Brian figured out that it was DDoS attacks that were meant to look like traffic spikes to his website. So QResearch was likely taken down by DDoS hacker attacks. 8Kun which was 8Chan was a chan board website where the infamous QAnon postings have been done for years while President Donald Trump was in office from 2017 to the end of his first term in January, 2021. 8Kun was where information/intelligence drops (some with code words and code language) by the so-called QAnon using the same tripcode and sometimes posts come in which may have been another tripcode but were also examined by the researchers and Anons who followed the political movement of QAnon. QAnon is not the name of the real group, but was a name or nickname that described such group, as Q level is a security clearance in the Intelligence services of the United States Military, and the “Anons” were there online to interact with the Q poster on there and each QAnon post with the letter “Q” was considered a Q Drop. That is pretty much what I believe describes this political movement, based on that. If I am slightly off on that, please advise via comments. Worldwide was QAnon supported, from Japan to Europe to Africa, so many people worldwide had followed QAnon and there were hundreds to thousands upon thousands of QAnon supporting tweets, this I had personally witnessed, even QAnon-Army QArmy Japan twitter accounts. Can’t show any of that to you because they were all purged from Twitter after the January 6, 2021 incident. May still be found via Wayback Machine somewhere.