- Jul 22, 2009
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The first rule of the Q-cult is not to admit you believe in the Q-cult.Huh? You believe that QAnon is represented by elected leadership?I think there is a significant enough minority to be a concern...and unlike before, it's in the elected leadership.
QAnon[a] (/ˌkjuːəˈnɒn/), or simply Q, is a disproven and discredited far-right conspiracy theory alleging that a secret cabal of Satan-worshipping, cannibalistic pedophiles is running a global child sex-trafficking ring and plotted against former U.S. president Donald Trump while he was in office. According to U.S. prosecutors, QAnon is commonly called a cult.
Hey... Call them whatever you like for thinking that fraud happened during the election without proof... I got no problem with that... Certainly because I've been happily saying people weren't too terribly bright with the Russia Gate nonsense.
I'm sorry... You're being duped in the ... Dumbest way. Say you don't like people questioning the election... Fine... I get it. But to do it in this way.... That's...
Well... I wise man said:
Read his fourth point link in his sig.
hmmm...no, you don't get it.
I think a significant minority of elected Republicans believe or act as if they believe the disinformation spread by Qanon. I can see it here - folks claim they never heard of or don't follow Qanon...yet, they spout the same stuff.