The power of QAnon cannot be underestimated. Unfortunately, the QAnon conspiracy theories are growing and there are a growing number of people buying into the blatantly lying pro Trump QAnon.
The trend is disturbing.
“KELLY FERRO IS A BUSY MOM ON HER WAY TO the post office: leather mini-backpack, brunet topknot, turquoise pedicure with a matching ombré manicure. A hairdresser from Kenosha, Wis., Ferro didn’t vote in 2016 but has since become a strong supporter of Donald Trump. ‘Why does the news hate the President so much?’ she says. ‘I went down the rabbit hole. I started doing a lot of research.’
When I ask what she means by research, something shifts. Her voice has the same honey tone as before, and her face is as friendly as ever. But there’s an uncanny flash as she says, ‘This is where I don’t know what I can say, because what’s integrated into our system, it stems deep. And it has to do with really corrupt, evil, dark things that have been hidden from the public. Child sex trafficking is one of them.’
Ferro may not have even realized it, but she was parroting elements of the QAnon conspiracy theory, a pro-Trump viral delusion that began in 2017 and has spread widely over recent months, migrating from far-right corners of the Internet to infect ordinary voters in the suburbs. Its followers believe President Trump is a hero safeguarding the world from a ‘deep state’ cabal of Satan-worshipping pedophiles, Democratic politicians and Hollywood celebrities who run a global sex-trafficking ring, harvesting the blood of children for life-sustaining chemicals.
None of this is even remotely true. But an alarming number of Americans have been exposed to these wild ideas. There are thousands of QAnon groups and pages on Facebook, with millions of members, according to an internal company document reviewed by NBC News. Dozens of QAnon-friendly candidates have run for Congress, and at least three have won GOP primaries. Trump has called its adherents ‘people that love our country.’” Time Magazine
Donald Trump won’t condemn QAnon because it serves his purpose. As a conspiracy theorist himself, Trump knows it motivates part of his voting base to action. Therefore, he is using it for his benefit and to win an election.
Trump is a conspiracy theorist himself…he has advanced conspiracy theories surrounding President Obama’s nationality. Trump is willing to spread conspiracy based lies to benefit his election. He is practicing a dangerous form of politics designed to intentionally deceive those he knows he can deceive.
Instead of condemning QAnon for what it is, Trump is using it as a political tool to his advantage.
After all anything goes to make sure it is Trump4eva. This is why...
Trump loves the Q.