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QAnon #1785

2018-08-01T17:03:27Z  Q  !CbboFOtcZs  2391684

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‘We are Q’: A deranged conspiracy cult leaps from the Internet to the crowd at Trump’s ‘MAGA’ tour

The audience at Trump’s rally Tuesday was awash with signs and T-shirts bearing the letter “Q,” which refers to the leader of an online conspiracy involving satanism, pedophilia and anti-Semitism.

What is QAnon? Explaining the bizarre rightwing conspiracy theory

The sprawling internet theory, beloved by Trump supporters, has ensnared everyone from Tom Hanks to Hillary Clinton

https://www.fastcompany.com/90212200/qanon-the-alternate-reality-that-was-front-and-center-at-trumps-rally

Perspective | As the bizarre QAnon group emerges, Trump rallies go from nasty to dangerous

The president must discourage anti-press aggression before it’s too late. But, of course, he won’t.

As QAnon Goes Mainstream, Trump’s Rallies Are Turning Darker

The QAnon conspiracy theory was on display at Donald Trump’s Tuesday night rally in Tampa, which featured media attacks on Jim Acosta and others

Fans of bizarre ‘QAnon’ cult show up in droves at Trump rally

Followers of QAnon were spotted at President Trump’s rally in Tampa, indicating the online conspiracy theorists are moving from the internet to the campaign trail.

Unhinged conservative conspiracy theory goes mainstream at Trump’s Tampa rally

QAnon has arrived. Welcome to the hellscape.

Conspiracy Theorists Support Trump at Florida Rally

Republicans who think the president is breaking up a cabal of Democrats and spies running a child abuse ring showed their support.

https://splinternews.com/trumps-tampa-rally-was-full-of-insane-conspiracy-theori-1828015269

Trump rally attendee holds up sign linked to conspiracy theory

An attendee at President Trump’s rally in Florida Tuesday night held up a sign promoting the “QAnon” right-wing conspiracy theory. Video from the rally shows an attendee near the front of the crowd raising a sign reading “We are Q,” apparently in reference to the QAnon conspiracy.

YouTube under fire for allowing conspiracy theories on A-list celebrities, public figures

Videos of conspiracy theories and false information about A-list celebrities and other public figures are a growing headache for YouTube. Many of such videos are from a group call QAnon, a fast-growing right-wing internet community. The problem is raising new concerns about the massive website’s ability to keep its community safe.

How a right-wing conspiracy is going mainstream (2018) | CNN Politics

CNN’s Chris Cillizza explains how an online right-wing conspiracy theory is targeting movie stars and Trump opponents, like Hillary Clinton and former President Barack Obama.

MSNBC’s Hallie Jackson Holds Insane Segment on QAnon Conspiracy Theories: ‘Pizzagate on Bath Salts’

MSNBC’s Hallie Jackson used a portion of her Wednesday show to hold an informative segment about QAnon.

Twitter 2024-04-16 releases ban?

Was Twitter told to by MSM to demonstrate impact?

Do you think they got the [4am] memo?

Coincidence?

All for a Conspiracy?

Enjoy the show.

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2018-08-01T17:03:27Z

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