Ex-President Donald Trump steps up his outreach to QAnon Video

Donald Trump ramped up his outreach to believers in the QAnon conspiracy theory Thursday, posting a video full of references to the movement he sees from a Christian perspective. The video, which was first posted on Trump’s social network TruthSocial by a QAnon believer, contains a slideshow of QAnon memes. The images indicate the beliefs of QAnon supporters that Democratic leaders worship the devil, cannibalism, and that Trump will soon execute or imprison them in Guantanamo Bay. Trump retweeted the video on his account on Thursday evening. Trump’s promotion of…

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AOC opponent Tina Forte says ‘the Latino community’ supports her

Tina Forte, QAnon-Strengthen The Republican challenger to Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s seat in the House of Representatives, Thursday, claimed that her opponent’s voters support not only her, but also the “Latino community.” In an interview with Newsmax that also featured Stephen Elliott, the Republican nominee who will face Representative Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) in November, Forte said her strategy to beat the overwhelming favorites Ocasio-Cortez includes a door-to-door transition. “I’ve walked the neighborhood. I’m knocking on doors. I’m talking to people. They don’t want it anymore,” said Forte. “I have her constituents…

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Donald Trump is making love to QAnon and we should all be terrified

I didn’t think it was possible, but Donald Trump is more dangerous than ever. Last week, he warned America that if he was indicted, we would have “problems … the likes of which we may have never seen before.” For a man who has already instigated violent riots by his defeat in the 2020 election, the veiled threat of violence (a nice democracy there – if you can keep it!) cannot be dismissed as a toothless hoax. But it gets (arguably) worse: Trump is full of the law. Last Tuesday,…

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Jimmy Kimmel cries at Trump’s horrific QAnon rally

Donald Trump has totally gone to QAnon, and Jimmy Kimmel has some concerns. On Monday night, the late-night host showed footage from the former president’s latest rally in Youngstown, Ohio over the weekend where supporters can be seen Raise the index fingers To seemingly represent Qunun’s motto, “Where we go one, we all go”. “All of these people are reacting to what sounds like a QAnon song that people played at the rally,” Kimmel explained. “They hold up one finger, which means one, which is their average IQ I think.”…

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It’s time to describe MAGA as a threat to national security

Former President Donald Trump and his MAGA movement’s full embrace of violent extremism and hateful conspiracy theories gave President Joe Biden and Democrats the perfect opportunity to formally declare MAGA and its allies as an active terrorist threat. Ideally, President Biden would have made this announcement in We stand united at the top Held at the White House, it was attended by leaders of a diverse community from across the country to discuss best strategies and practices to confront the violence that fuels hate and affects our democracy and public…

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The family said Igor Lanes killed his wife and shot his daughter after she fell into the QAnon Rabbit Hole

A Michigan man who was shot by police after killing his wife and severely injuring one of his daughters has reportedly been lured into the QAnon conspiracy theory after refusing to accept that Donald Trump lost the 2020 presidential election. Details of Igor Lanes’ descent into violent extremism were Posted on Reddit Sunday by his 21-year-old daughter Rebecca Lannis, under the headline “Haddad Killed and Killed My Family This Morning.” Some Reddit users initially questioned the authenticity of the post, which was published under the username “qanonruinsfamilies” just hours after…

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Trump went full QAnon. There is no point in denying it anymore.

Former President Donald Trump has boosted content from accounts supporting QAnon conspiracy theories on his Truth Social platform at an accelerating rate, ever since the FBI searched the Florida country club resort he calls home. By doing so, Trump has finally erased any of the plausible denials previously granted to him in previous crossovers with pseudo-conspiracy theorists. It’s no coincidence that QAnon supporters use the former president’s social media platform, Truth Social. Their appeal was an explicit strategy to build its user base. Media Matters Senior Researcher Alex Kaplan dated…

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QAnon Fan Gene Ho revives JFK magazine with a touch of Trump

In the world of QAnon, conspiracy theorists return to the issues of the long-dead magazine George Are hot goods and vital maps to unlock a master puzzle. According to a faction of the believers in Qunun: GeorgeIts founder, John F. Kennedy Jr., faked his 1999 death in a plane crash to somehow team up with Donald Trump to take on a demonic mob. Some have even recognized Vincent Fosca, a Trump supporter who often wears a T-shirt with a hood George It was printed at pro-Trump events, such as JFK…

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The panicked Trumpworld is looking for Patsy on January 6

As the January 6 House committee unveils new discoveries, the controversy in the Trump world is to protect Donald Trump by finding one or two responsible for the riots. In the last episode of The Daily Beast’s fever dreams Podcaster and host Will Somer and guest host Asawin Suebsaeng — returning to the podcast he helped launch — talked about MAGA’s hunt to prepare someone to replace Trump. “The more I talk to people who advise Donald Trump on a daily basis what they hope all of his political or…

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Was QAnon’s comeback just an essential GOP play?

Was QAnon's comeback just an essential GOP play?

QAnon believers are thrilled with the return of Q, the anonymous internet poster who launched the far-right conspiracy theory last week. In this week fever dreams Podcaster and host Will Somer and guest host Sam Brody talked about how new Q posts after a nearly two-year hiatus, posted on the chaotic internet message board 8kun, have energized QAnon believers looking for hope after Donald Trump’s defeat in the 2020 election. “We thought Q was gone!” Somer said. QAnon supporters have reacted with excitement for Q’s return, flooding the conspiracy theorist…

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