As informed and reasonable people of conscience know, Trump
and his followers fit every definition of a cult. His fanatic followers see him
as a supreme infallible leader sent by God to save us, and would still support
him even after he incited insurrectionists to attempt a violent coup for him to
stay in power.
Even worse for our Republic, Trump’s cult has an
extremely dangerous sub-cult of people even more deranged than his usual rabid
"Q" signs flashed throughout Trump's rallies. Many of Trump’s terrorists wore the letter “Q” when they
stormed the Capitol. “Q” is the online identity of an individual or persons who
anonymously post wild conspiracy theories and pro-Trump hysteria.
Just as the white supremacist Proud Boys took Trump’s words
to “Stand back and stand by” as their cue to be ready for war, Q took its cue
from Trump’s “calm before the storm” remark.
QAnon quoted it and went with it. The insurrection would
be their storm. They would arrest and kill all those who opposed Trump. They
declared they were saving the world from “Satan-worshiping pedophiles and
cannibals plotting against Trump”.
In other words, Democrats. And they had “the plan” to
Remember “Pizzagate”? That was a QAnon hoax that claimed
Democrats were blood-drinking baby-eaters running a child sex trafficking ring
out of the basement of a pizza place. One crazed cultist with a gun was
arrested while taking it upon himself to investigate. Maybe he should have
first learned the pizza place had no basement.
Not that a cult cares about facts.
Republican QAnon cult fans Boebert and Greene are now US
Representatives. Witnesses and evidence indicate they gave pre-insurrection
tours for their friends and supporters.
Rudy Giuliani has re-tweeted posts with actual QAnon
On Parler, Trump henchman Devin Nunes of California,
directed people to The Dirty Truth, where QAnon-related conspiracies were
spread. Trump’s former campaign manager Brad Parscale also re-tweeted content
from The Dirty Truth.
Trump’s criminal crony and traitor Mike Flynn swore and
oath to Q on camera.
Eric Trump posted a giant “Q” on Instagram, as well as
the hashtag version of the community’s slogan: “Where we go one, we go all.”
And Trump digs Q. On July 4th he re-tweeted QAnon supporters
When asked about the Q conspiracy he responded, they
“appreciate” and “like me very much,” adding that “these are people that love
“I do know they are very much against pedophilia, they
fight it very hard.” Trump reportedly said that QAnon supporters “basically
believe in good government.”
Well, then. They are “very fine people” indeed. Followers believe Q is a secret Trump operator with a "Q-Level Security Clearance” in his
administration. Some believe it is Trump himself. But they all believe the misinformation and lies
with the fervor of Moonies and Scientologists.
No wonder. QAnon is a cult within a cult. Q uses all of
Trump’s favorite fear-inciting trigger words like “deep state”, "fake news" and “radical
leftists”. Any kind of white nationalist rhetoric and fascist lies are tools of hate in the 8chan/Q shop of horrors.
Media Matters reported “During his presidency, Trump
amplified QAnon-promoting Twitter accounts at least 315 times”.
has repeatedly amplified QAnon Twitter accounts. The FBI has linked the
conspiracy theory to domestic terror.”
Maybe you’ve seen film maker Cullen Hoback’s HBO
documentary series "Q: Into The Storm". If you saw it, you’ll know
who is behind the great scam and QAnon cult. The mystery has been solved. If
you dislike spoilers, you may want to view this documentary before
reading further. Be advised it is 6 hours long and is on HBO for several content related reasons.
8chan is the notorious internet gathering site of creeps,
perverts, Nazis, Trumpers, and other racists who like to express their “free
speech” anonymously online. 8chan has published three manifestos that were
suspected to have been written by mass shooters, including the racist
perpetrator of the El Paso massacre.
It is owned by a racist creep named Jim Watkins, who ran
a porn site during his time in the US Army. He became a "pig farmer" in the Philippines, and comes across as a slimeball role-playing a super villain.
Watkins claims he is "not political", but ran a Trumpian site called "The Goldwater". A woman known as "Red Pill" claimed she was fired when Roger Stone discontinued his financial support. She later refused to discuss the matter after being threatened by an unnamed source.
Fredrick Brennan, the founder of 8chan, sold it to
Watkins and is no longer connected to the site. "Do the world a favor and
shut it off," he told the Washington Post. "Once again, a
terrorist used 8chan to spread his message as he knew people would save it and
spread it. The board is a receptive audience for domestic terrorists."
And of course, 8chan is also the home of Q, Writing analysts have noted a shift in Q writing styles in 2018. It would seem the torch was passed.
The sleaze doesn’t ooze far from the sleazebag.
So there we have it. That's a mighty deep secret to pop into the narrative, but why would an ardent Trump supporter lie?
Ron bragged on camera about
his work on "Q Research" to Cullen Hoback.
“Yeah, so thinking back on it, it was basically three years of intelligence training, teaching normies how to do intelligence work. It’s basically what I was doing anonymously before... but never as Q.”
A second's pause later he flashed a grin. Another pause. Then Watkins started laughing, “Never as Q. I promise. ‘Cause I am not Q, and never was”.
This was from the character who claimed he is the only
person who “Q” chooses to communicate with directly.
As the Q cult likes to say, “There are no coincidences”.
And there are no cults, racists, liars, fascists, sociopaths,
Republicans and Trumps.