QAnon conspiracy theorist Mark Taylor appeared on Chris McDonald’s “The MC Files” YouTube program and called for “patriots to take matters into their own hands” if Trump doesn’t start arresting prominent members of the Democratic leadership.
Liz Crokin, a noted Trump supporter and subscriber to the QAnon conspiracy theory, said critics have made her life “hell” in a video posted to YouTube. Crokin’s Shopify store was taken down for violating the terms of service; she used her store to sell QAnon merchandise. Those who subscribe to the QAnon conspiracy theory believe a cabal of Satan-worshipping pedophiles who run a global child sex-trafficking ring are plotting to undermine President Donald Trump and oust him from office.
Lindsey Graham has dismissed the QAnon conspiracy as crazy, despite the fact its believers are strong supporters of President Donald Trump. The Republican said the conspiracy was inspiring violence.
The South Carolina senator spoke to Vanity Fair‘s Peter Hamby on his Snapchat show and was asked about the conspiracy theory, which claims Trump is fighting an international, satanic pedophile ring.
Last week, Donald Trump was for his thoughts on QAnon during a White House press briefing. Rather than denounce the fringe conspiracy theorist group, the President boasted that they “really liked him.”
Former Utah legislator Sheryl Allen has called on the Republican National Committee (RNC) to remove 4th Congressional District candidate Burgess Owens from its list of speakers because Owens is a QAnon conspiracy theorist. Owens had claimed not to subscribe to QAnon despite appearing on “The Common Sense Show,” a program on the Patriots’ Soapbox News Network Archive YouTube channel that is connected to the group, earlier this summer.
Very few people know what the Republican party will look like when Donald Trump is gone. At this point, few seem willing to protect the GOP and its rightward surge. This was on display earlier this week when the President disavowed conspiracy theorist group, QAnon.
Two prominent Republicans called on Donald Trump to denounce the QAnon conspiracy theory after he appeared to offer praise for people who believe it and support him.
President Donald Trump praised subscribers of the QAnon conspiracy theory, saying they “love our country.”
“I don’t know much about the movement other than I understand they like me very much, which I appreciate. But I don’t know much about the movement,” he said at a press briefing.