All Things QAnon Thread

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From the people who perpetuated the Russia collusion questioning conspiracy theories? Lol. That's some funny stuff right there.
 

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From the people who perpetuated the Russia collusion questioning conspiracy theories? Lol. That's some funny stuff right there.
Nice yabbut, gizz.
If you actually read the Mueller Report and not the Barr commandeered synopsis of the Mueller Report, you will find the harshest language reserved for Russian interference in the 2016 election. The report didn't have as much impact as it should have for three reasons: 1. Mueller's decision not to indict because of the DOJ memo from the 90's and his belief that was congress' job; 2. Barr's diversion of the report; 3. Mueller's poor performance in front of the house committee, partially due to his poor hearing and clear desire not to be there.

That was a lot for you to absorb, we know.
 

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It's also comparing something with a hint of possibility, to nonsense.
In terms Trumpists can understand, it was possible, but extremely unlikely that Obama was born in Kenya. That is a thing that can happen.
Jewish space lasers, secret pedophile prisons in Cuba, the disappearance of Tom Hanks, harvesting child hormones to make yourself immortal--These are not things that can happen.
 

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‘I Miss My Mom’: Children Of QAnon Believers Are Desperately Trying To Deradicalize Their Own Parents
Here’s what it’s like to lose the person who raised you to a far-right cult.

Shortly before Joe Biden was inaugurated, Sam’s mother began stocking up on food in a panic. He didn’t know why, but he knew it probably had something to do with QAnon.
The 19-year-old started to notice changes in his mother’s behavior around the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. She had always been a nervous woman: She stopped flying after 9/11 and had hovered closely to Sam and his two younger siblings for their entire lives. But during the COVID-19 crisis, his mom’s paranoia spiraled from quirky to deranged. It has turned her into someone he hardly recognizes.
Though she didn’t used to be very political, she now fears the president is a pedophile who stole the election. She’s scared of radiation from the 5G towers in her neighborhood and, as a white woman, she told her son, she’s afraid of being harmed by Black Lives Matter protesters — a movement she once supported. She worries that Sam’s brother and sister are being “indoctrinated” at their public high school and wants to move them to a Catholic one. She’s also refusing to get them immunized against COVID-19 as false rumors swirl that the vaccine contains a secret location-tracking microchip. (She was initially terrified of the virus but now considers the lockdowns an affront to her freedoms.)

“She wasn’t always like this,” Sam said. “It just keeps getting worse.”

 

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4 years of Russia... the hypocrisy, you can't make it up.
 

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You "can't make it up" indeed: the Russians attempted to interfere with the 2016 election. It's a fact.

Naturally, it's par for the course that the righties are constantly attempting to pretend that it didn't happen. The party of "patriots" and flag wavers, always denying that it ever occurred.
 

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I guess believing in God is better than Qanon. Same people are susceptible to both, seems they need something in their life.
 

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As I've said for a couple years:

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Very few conservatives believe or give a rats ass re: Q.
On the other hand, a huge portion of the Loony Left bought into Russiagate for years; and still do.
 

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Marjorie Taylor Greene got 74.7% of the vote (that percentage represents 229,827 total votes) in her race against Democrat Kevin Van Ausdal. That's why she's in Congress, representing Georgia's 14th congressional district.

Greene has openly espoused her belief in pizzagate/pedophilia ring, false flag school shootings, and 9/11 conspiracy theories. She also supported Trump's efforts to overturn the election.

 

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As I've said for a couple years:

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Very few conservatives believe or give a rats ass re: Q.
On the other hand, a huge portion of the Loony Left bought into Russiagate for years; and still do.
Q just sneaks their stuff into the infowars crazy that you glup down on a daily basis. lol. The repubs have at least one Q rep already. A rising star for the dotards.
 

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Q just sneaks their stuff into the infowars crazy that you glup down on a daily basis. lol. The repubs have at least one Q rep already. A rising star for the dotards.
Two. That proudly admit it. Who knows how many in denial like Les.
 

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This clearly doesn't take into account the Silent QANON'ers.
Many people who "don't know anything about Qanon" simultaneously believe one or more QAnon conspiracy theory wholeheartedly.

And we have already seen GOP Congressman go from condemning Qanon outright 6 months ago to "I don't know anything about it." today. Frauds and cowards all of them.

The same fake ignorance is displayed by The Fellas here. They "don't know much about" Qanon. They "haven't heard of" The Proud Boys or the Oath Keepers, but they know everything there is to know about Antifa.
 
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I overheard a conversation at work about how Q isn't racist. All I could do was laugh. And yes, they were very much Trumpers. The conversation then moved on to Hillary. ROTFLMAO, this was about 2 months ago.
 
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