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A bizarre pro-Trump conspiracy theory group that brings together offbeat ideas about vaccines, satanism, child abuse and the end of the world is becoming increasingly influential as America gets closer to the most bitterly-fought election in its history.

The core of the QAnon theory is that Donald Trump is waging a secret war against a satanic, child-molesting conspiracy of leading Democrats and Hollywood stars.

And QAnon believers have been organising rallies and Facebook groups under the anti-paedophile Save the Children banner as a way to ease their theories into the mainstream.

The President's recent positive Covid-19 test will only serve to stir up more wild conspiracy theories among the group.

If he were to become severely ill, or even die from the illness, it would inevitably spark rumours that he had been deliberately infected by shadowy forces within government.

Many QAnon cultists are also members of armed militias threatening civil war if President Trump were to lose in November.

QAnon are distributed widely across the US, and would be very hard to contain or control.

QAnon has its roots in the Pizzagate conspiracy theory – the baseless and false claims that Democrats were at the core of a child abuse ring that had its headquarters in the basement of Comet Ping Pong – a popular Washington DC restaurant.

Pizzagate culminated in the arrest of Edgar Maddison Welch, a North Carolina man who believed that child slaves were being held in the basement of Comet Ping Pong and burst in with an assault rifle to “rescue” them.

Welch later admitted that he he had made an “incredibly ill-advised decision” to try to save children who had never been there. “The intel on this wasn’t 100%,” he said.

But similar false claims are still being made, with assorted politicians and celebrities being cast as villains in a story drip-fed over internet message boards by an anonymous source known as Q.

Q’s posts contain myriad clues that cultists weave into theories about the “deep state,” which they see as a force inside government that is opposing their hero Donald Trump.

No-one knows who the mysterious "Q" is, or even how many members the group has. Estimates put the number of hardcore QAnon believers at about 150,000.

That may not be many, in a country the size of the USA, but the group is intensely active on social media, and its followers spread the rumours of children being held hostages for sexual purposes or bizarre experiments far and wide.

And the group’s political influence, especially within the US Republican party is growing.

Media Matters reports that as many as 79 candidates who have publicly expressed sympathy for QAnon beliefs are running for Congress in 2020 – 77 of them on the Republican ticket.

And just as Pizzagate stated as a set of improbable online rumours before turning violent, so QAnon is showing signs of turning violent.

Federal investigators in El Paso, Texas, said they were treating a mass-shooting in August last year as an act of domestic terrorism.

Patrick Wood Crusius – the 21-year-old gunman, from Allen, Texas, who killed 20 and wounded another 27 – had posted a “manifesto” on one of QAnon fans’ favourite internet forums 8Chan.

That widely-distributed manifesto contained a number of white nationalist and anti-immigrant themes that dovetail neatly with QAnon rhetoric.

Donald Trump has publicly said that QAnon devotees “appear to like him very much.”

 

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Celebrities involved in paedophilia and child sex trafficking?  What proof is there?         

I've read more than a number of QAnon articles put out by the mainstream media, and have even watched a few broadcasts hosting interviews with 'experts.'  Now under usual circumstances whenever one is

Well! You're all going to feel pretty dumb if all this stuff turns out to be true!

13 minutes ago, bendejo said:

Celebrities involved in paedophilia and child sex trafficking?  What proof is there?

From what I can make out, Epstein et al's activities would be more accurately described as ephebophilia than outright paedophilia. I don't mean to condone it or minimize the harm to the victims, but that's quite different to some of the more distressing conspiracy theories out there about celebrities, 'elites', 'globalists' etc (eg involving sexual abuse, torture or even murder etc of younger children - is that what Qanon is claiming?).

 

 

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Here's a clip of yesterdays broadcast by Grant Stitchfield of Newsmax commenting on the town halls of last week.  In a portion of the show he lambasts Savannah Guthrie's spurious attempt to have Trump denounce QAnon.

 

"That is the left wing fictional account of QAnon.  How do I know this?  Because I did what Guthrie and NBC clearly didn't, or if they did they ignored and and lied to you.  I have gone through QAnons 4,880 posts.  Now consider this.  100% of the mainstream's story claims Q talks about satanic sex rings, calls to violence, vampires, and even interdimensional beings.  What the heck are those?  But when I searched Q's posts on the aggregation site Qanon.pub I could not find one post that mentions any of these things."

 

Anyone can search through Q's post on the mentioned site and confirm Stitchfield's results.  The source for the above article is Star News, and the article can be accessed in full via the link provided at the end of the post.  The entirety of the article, as with all other MSM articles and broadcasts framing QAnon as a nutter conspiracy theory, which is then purposely attached to Trump, is wholly made up, fictitious propaganda which can easily be proven or disproven by anyone simply by reading Q posts themselves.

 

I've asked the question above, "Why, then, hasn't a single article I've read, or broadcast I've seen, ever reposted an actual QAnon drop related to a specific allegation made about QAnon?"  The simple answer is that no Q posts exist which confirm any of the claims being made about QAnon.

 

Now I'll ask another question.  Why the concerted effort, often in lockstep unison, by the MSM to trash QAnon and purposely and deceitfully misrepresent it?  For those who haven't figured out the answer yet I'll provide it if this post survives.

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50 minutes ago, Tippaporn said:

Here's a clip of yesterdays broadcast by Grant Stitchfield of Newsmax commenting on the town halls of last week.  In a portion of the show he lambasts Savannah Guthrie's spurious attempt to have Trump denounce QAnon.

 

"That is the left wing fictional account of QAnon.  How do I know this?  Because I did what Guthrie and NBC clearly didn't, or if they did they ignored and and lied to you.  I have gone through QAnons 4,880 posts.  Now consider this.  100% of the mainstream's story claims Q talks about satanic sex rings, calls to violence, vampires, and even interdimensional beings.  What the heck are those?  But when I searched Q's posts on the aggregation site Qanon.pub I could not find one post that mentions any of these things."

 

Anyone can search through Q's post on the mentioned site and confirm Stitchfield's results.  The source for the above article is Star News, and the article can be accessed in full via the link provided at the end of the post.  The entirety of the article, as with all other MSM articles and broadcasts framing QAnon as a nutter conspiracy theory, which is then purposely attached to Trump, is wholly made up, fictitious propaganda which can easily be proven or disproven by anyone simply by reading Q posts themselves.

 

I've asked the question above, "Why, then, hasn't a single article I've read, or broadcast I've seen, ever reposted an actual QAnon drop related to a specific allegation made about QAnon?"  The simple answer is that no Q posts exist which confirm any of the claims being made about QAnon.

 

Now I'll ask another question.  Why the concerted effort, often in lockstep unison, by the MSM to trash QAnon and purposely and deceitfully misrepresent it?  For those who haven't figured out the answer yet I'll provide it if this post survives.

I'll admit I don't fully know the actual source of all the conspiracy theories attributed to QANON. I am not sure that qanon.pub is the key source either. I can't know everything about everything so over time you get to trust certain news outlets. I look to the wide range of news sites  e.g. major newspapers, and TV stations, Wikipedia etc etc. Maybe some exaggerate from time to time but it seems to  generally be correct as per this article. I don't think even Fox News support QANON. I have seen many interviews with Trump supporters espousing such theories as in this article. 

It doesn't take much for Trump to just say ..yeah this is crazy sh*t.

It's getting to the point where I don't care..this dunce is going to be beaten in a couple of weeks. People have had enough of this nonsense.  

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1 hour ago, Tippaporn said:

Here's a clip of yesterdays broadcast by Grant Stitchfield of Newsmax commenting on the town halls of last week.  In a portion of the show he lambasts Savannah Guthrie's spurious attempt to have Trump denounce QAnon.

 

"That is the left wing fictional account of QAnon.  How do I know this?  Because I did what Guthrie and NBC clearly didn't, or if they did they ignored and and lied to you.  I have gone through QAnons 4,880 posts.  Now consider this.  100% of the mainstream's story claims Q talks about satanic sex rings, calls to violence, vampires, and even interdimensional beings.  What the heck are those?  But when I searched Q's posts on the aggregation site Qanon.pub I could not find one post that mentions any of these things."

 

Anyone can search through Q's post on the mentioned site and confirm Stitchfield's results.  The source for the above article is Star News, and the article can be accessed in full via the link provided at the end of the post.  The entirety of the article, as with all other MSM articles and broadcasts framing QAnon as a nutter conspiracy theory, which is then purposely attached to Trump, is wholly made up, fictitious propaganda which can easily be proven or disproven by anyone simply by reading Q posts themselves.

 

I've asked the question above, "Why, then, hasn't a single article I've read, or broadcast I've seen, ever reposted an actual QAnon drop related to a specific allegation made about QAnon?"  The simple answer is that no Q posts exist which confirm any of the claims being made about QAnon.

 

Now I'll ask another question.  Why the concerted effort, often in lockstep unison, by the MSM to trash QAnon and purposely and deceitfully misrepresent it?  For those who haven't figured out the answer yet I'll provide it if this post survives.

It doesnt surprise me that you have read Qanon. Dont give it any air time. Ignore anything from them and denigrate and disparage them at any opportunity.

 

There are too many nutters that believe them.

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On 10/15/2020 at 12:34 PM, Tippaporn said:

I've read more than a number of QAnon articles put out by the mainstream media, and have even watched a few broadcasts hosting interviews with 'experts.'  Now under usual circumstances whenever one is in possession of actual, indisputable, hard evidence that evidence is quickly seized upon and distributed publicly far and wide for all to see.  Why, then, hasn't a single article I've read, or broadcast I've seen, ever reposted an actual QAnon drop related to a specific allegation made about QAnon?

I am not sure if I understand you correctly.

Do you want to say all or some of the things which QAnon announce are true?

I don't know enough about them to know if maybe one or the other thing they say are true. But it's like if someone says the earth is flat and the sea level is rising. I stop reading about the flat earth. Everything after that is irrelevant because the main issue is just crazy.

So looking at the few things I read about QAnon they are nutters. Maybe nutters who are also right from time to time but nutters. Who wants to join a club of nutters?

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