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QAnon Vs BLM

Lesh

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ROFL!

Tell us again how many QAnon members were at the capitol on Jan 6

You are so desperate.
Just a quick look in just those pics shows not one… but six

With all sorts of flags and banners

You’re a dishonest troll. Just the sort that gravitates to Q
 

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Just a quick look in just those pics shows not one… but six

With all sorts of flags and banners

You’re a dishonest troll. Just the sort that gravitates to Q
6 whole members!

Shazaam! You turds have all been talking like there are millions.
 

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6 whole members!

Shazaam! You turds have all been talking like there are millions.
at LEAST six in that particular group of pics.

After you saw "only one"...and ignored all those signs and flags

You dishonest little troll
 

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But it’s not just the notion that the election was stolen that has caught on with the former president’s supporters. QAnon, an outlandish and ever-evolving conspiracy theory spread by some of Mr. Trump’s most ardent followers, has significant traction with a segment of the public — particularly Republicans and Americans who consume news from far-right sources.
Those are the findings of a poll released today by the Public Religion Research Institute and the Interfaith Youth Core, which found that 15 percent of Americans say they think that the levers of power are controlled by a cabal of Satan-worshiping pedophiles, a core belief of QAnon supporters. The same share said it was true that “American patriots may have to resort to violence” to depose the pedophiles and restore the country’s rightful order.

And fully 20 percent of respondents said that they thought a biblical-scale storm would soon sweep away these evil elites and “restore the rightful leaders.”


“These are words I never thought I would write into a poll question, or have the need to, but here we are,” Robby Jones, the founder of P.R.R.I., said in an interview.

 

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But it’s not just the notion that the election was stolen that has caught on with the former president’s supporters. QAnon, an outlandish and ever-evolving conspiracy theory spread by some of Mr. Trump’s most ardent followers, has significant traction with a segment of the public — particularly Republicans and Americans who consume news from far-right sources.
Those are the findings of a poll released today by the Public Religion Research Institute and the Interfaith Youth Core, which found that 15 percent of Americans say they think that the levers of power are controlled by a cabal of Satan-worshiping pedophiles, a core belief of QAnon supporters. The same share said it was true that “American patriots may have to resort to violence” to depose the pedophiles and restore the country’s rightful order.

And fully 20 percent of respondents said that they thought a biblical-scale storm would soon sweep away these evil elites and “restore the rightful leaders.”


“These are words I never thought I would write into a poll question, or have the need to, but here we are,” Robby Jones, the founder of P.R.R.I., said in an interview.

85% of Democrats firmly believe a man can look down at a penis hanging between his legs yet still be a woman…Who is the bigger loon?
 

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I'd say it's pretty close.

Amazing how similar the two ends of the spectrum can be!
Hahaha…and of course there you sit….dead in the middle….bipartisan as fuck…right?
 

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at LEAST six in that particular group of pics.

After you saw "only one"...and ignored all those signs and flags

You dishonest little troll
If there were more you wouldn't have had to keep showing the same one ever and over again.

Who is the dishonest little troll?
 

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The tea party believed that the country was led by “liberal elites” who were Satanic blood drinking pedophiles? QANON be QNUTS.

QUNATICS
 

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But it’s not just the notion that the election was stolen that has caught on with the former president’s supporters. QAnon, an outlandish and ever-evolving conspiracy theory spread by some of Mr. Trump’s most ardent followers, has significant traction with a segment of the public — particularly Republicans and Americans who consume news from far-right sources.
Those are the findings of a poll released today by the Public Religion Research Institute and the Interfaith Youth Core, which found that 15 percent of Americans say they think that the levers of power are controlled by a cabal of Satan-worshiping pedophiles, a core belief of QAnon supporters. The same share said it was true that “American patriots may have to resort to violence” to depose the pedophiles and restore the country’s rightful order.

And fully 20 percent of respondents said that they thought a biblical-scale storm would soon sweep away these evil elites and “restore the rightful leaders.”


“These are words I never thought I would write into a poll question, or have the need to, but here we are,” Robby Jones, the founder of P.R.R.I., said in an interview.

PRRI? That sounds like a commie propaganda organ.
 

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Who is the bigger existential threat here: And Who supports WHOM. Democrats and BLM WHO is the bigger existential threat?
They should really jail all members of both. The country would be a lot better for it.
 

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Who is the bigger existential threat here: And Who supports WHOM. Democrats and BLM WHO is the bigger existential threat?

Put them on a Rugby field, and let them battle it out.
 

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Who is the bigger existential threat here: And Who supports WHOM. Democrats and BLM WHO is the bigger existential threat?

Which do many big corporations support?
A lame OP.
BLM has it hands down.
Next over-the-top comparison, please....
 

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