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QAnon #1361

2018-05-14T16:06:36Z  Q  !4pRcUA0lBE  80

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The Storm Is the New Pizzagate – Only Worse

A new conspiracy theory called “The Storm” has taken the grimiest parts of the internet by, well, storm. Like Pizzagate, the Storm conspiracy features secret cabals, a child sex-trafficking ring led (in part) by the satanic Democratic Party, and of course, countless logical leaps and paranoid assumptions that fail to hold up under the slightest fact-based scrutiny.

The Wizard of Q

In 2006, when the internet was younger and seemed to hold untapped artistic possibilities, I was asked to write a serial novel for Slate. The subject of the “book” was up to me, so I chose themes that seemed appropriate to the new medium: high-tech surveillance, cultural fragmentation, selfhood eroded by scrutiny.

Opinion | The Conspiracy Theory That Says Trump Is a Genius

Last week Roseanne Barr – who, with the hit reboot of her show, has become one of the most prominent Donald Trump supporters in the country – tweeted that the president has freed hundreds of children a month from sexual bondage. “He has broken up trafficking rings in high places everywhere,” she wrote.

The conspiracy theory that says Trump is a genius

QAnon is a conspiracy theory in which the good guys – in this case, Trump and his allies – are in charge. It seems designed to cope with the cognitive dissonance caused by the gap between Trump as his faithful followers like to imagine him and Trump as he is.

This conspiracy theory says that Donald Trump is a genius

Last week Roseanne Barr – who, with the hit reboot of her show, has become one of the most prominent Donald Trump supporters in the country – tweeted that the president has freed hundreds of children a month from sexual bondage. “He has broken up trafficking rings in high places everywhere,” she wrote.

The Conspiracy Theory That Says Trump Is a Genius | RealClearPolitics

The Conspiracy Theory That Says Trump Is a Genius | RealClearPolitics

People are claiming Trump is a ‘secret genius’ who’s only pretending to collude with the Russians

Eighties comedian Roseanne Barr Tweeted something really weird last week – about how President Trump had freed hundreds of children from sexual bondage. Barr – a Trump supporter – is the most high-profile person yet to refer to a conspiracy theory that may be the most bonkers ever created – QAnon or ‘The Storm’.

Analysis | The conspiracy theory behind a curious Roseanne Barr tweet, explained

Roseanne Barr capped a remarkable week of new media relevance with a tweet that seemed to fly out of nowhere – unless you’re a close observer of far-right media. On Friday night, the star of ABC’s revived smash-hit sitcom began rounding up praise for President Trump on the very specific issue of child trafficking.

Opinion | The crisis in journalism that’s helping Trump

Did the collapse of local journalism help give us Donald Trump? That’s the intriguing thesis of new research published by Politico. Reporters Shawn Musgrave and Matthew Nussbaum compared election results with overall trends in how many people in a given area actually subscribe to a newspaper.

How “the storm” became the biggest fake news story of 2018 | Analysis

Wild conspiracy theories have a way of seeping into public discourse these days, thanks in part to the divided nature of U.S. politics, the growth of websites that actively promote them, such as InfoWars, and the capacity for fake news to spread virally on social media without any fact-checking or oversight.

Roseanne tweets support of Trump conspiracy theory, confuses Twitter

Actress Roseanne Barr threw Twitter off the rails late Friday after she tweeted her support of a right-wing conspiracy theory.

Roseanne Barr promotes an unhinged pro-Trump conspiracy theory on Twitter

Roseanne Barr – who has risen to new prominence thanks to the premiere of her sitcom reboot on ABC, which drew 18 million viewers this week – took to Twitter on Friday night to allude to a fringe conspiracy theory involving sex trafficking rings, “deep state” government operatives, and President Trump.

Roseanne Barr is tweeting support for a conspiracy theory that Trump is saving America from Democrat sex abuse cabals

Comedian Roseanne Barr has faced criticism for promoting a right-wing conspiracy theory in a series of tweets late Friday. “President Trump has freed so many children held in bondage to pimps all over this world. Hundreds each month. He has broken up trafficking rings in high places everywhere. notice that.

Let Us Break Down The Bizarre Right-Wing Conspiracy Theory Roseanne Barr Has Tweeted About

The tweet praised Trump for breaking up human trafficking rings around the world. Barr also cryptically alluded to human bondage in unnamed, unspecified “high places.” On ABC’s revival of her hit ’90s sitcom, Roseanne, the title character is also pro-Trump.

Roseanne Barr is tweeting about QAnon, a new Pizzagate-style conspiracy theory

The success of ABC’s “Roseanne” reboot has brought new attention to comedian Roseanne Barr’s belief in the absolutely crazy “QAnon” conspiracy theory. Barr alluded to the theory on Twitter on Friday night, baffling her followers. Confusing as it may be, Barr’s tweet - heavy with references to Pizzagate-style global pedophile rings and Donald Trump’s covert triumphs - fits in well within her previously expressed beliefs in QAnon.

Roseanne Barr faces backlash over Trump conspiracy theory tweet

Actress Roseanne Barr faced heavy criticism on social media this weekend after posting a tweet apparently indicating support for an online conspiracy theory claiming President Trump Donald John Trump Brennan defends Kaepernick: He didn’t kneel ‘to disrespect our flag’ Trump warns Syria against attack on rebel stronghold: ‘Don’t let that happen’ Omarosa celebrates second week on bestsellers list despite ‘hit-pieces’ from Trump allies MORE is involved in combating a global trafficking ring tied to the “deep state.”

Roseanne: President Trump Has Freed Children From “Pimps All Over This World”

After President Donald Trump telephoned her personally to offer his congratulations for her sitcom’s stellar ratings, Roseanne Barr is returning the favor by defending Trump in a series of bizarre tweets posted Friday.

Coordinated?

All For A LARP?

[ATTACKS WILL ONLY INTENSIFY]

Ask yourself, WHY?

Q

2018-05-14T16:06:36Z

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