The following article is about a widespread conspiracy theory that might interest some readers but whether it’s based on facts or simply a matter of pure imagination is unknown.
Facebook had announced that it would remove content linking QAnon’s unfounded and widespread conspiracy theory from its Facebook page. Q’Anon’s supporters hold a number of intertwined beliefs based on claims that they have inside knowledge of the Trump administration. The central tenet of the conspiracy theory is that the 45th US President Donald Trump is secretly fighting a cabal of pedophiles, drug dealers and other pedophile groups in the United States. QAnon, which picks up elements of other conspiracy theories, such as the “Washington restaurant” run by a pedophile ring, has become a major conspiracy theory, covering topics from alien landings to vaccine safety. Some of Mr. Trump’s supporters – including former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus – often disagree with those they believe.
Donald Trump is widely believed to be fighting a secretive, evil global cabal, whose members include liberal billionaire George Soros, a longtime hate figure on America’s political right. Supporters believe that a person or group within the group – or government with a “Q” – posts encrypted messages online to inform Trump’s supporters about the secret war and prepare them for an imminent event in which the president topples the evil cabal. The far-right conspiracy theory from the QAnon camp has made waves in recent years, with Republican, independent and congressional candidates backing the movement, which many consider a crazed joke or even a cult. Banners with the “Q” are popular with Trump supporters, as are other Republicans who express support for Trump. That may sound strange, but it’s not, as the New York Times reports.
Supporters believe that a high-ranking, anonymous government official named “Q” is passing top-secret information to “Deep State” actors involved in a child trafficking ring that Trump has broken up. They also believe the conspirators are extracting chemicals from children’s blood to prolong their lives. This baseless conspiracy theory claims that Trump is secretly fighting Satan – and worshiping Democrats and “deep state” activists who rule the world. There is no evidence that the conspiracy theories are being spread or subsumed into other conspiracies.
Facebook Inc. said that it would remove Facebook pages, groups and Instagram accounts that constitute a widespread conspiracy theory, an entangled set of beliefs espoused by QAnon and its followers and based on the claims of those who claim to have inside knowledge about the Trump administration. The social media handles were used by the video series Q Anon, which has been viewed millions of times on YouTube and other platforms, although they have been repeatedly taken down. Social media companies increasingly ban QAnon followers who maintain accounts from promoting violence, and followers of this theory are outed.
QANON is a bizarre conspiracy theory tied to former President Donald Trump. QAnon, which picks up elements of a pedophile ring that ran a Washington restaurant, has become a major conspiracy theory covering topics from alien landings to vaccine safety. A core set of conspiracy theories is that former US President Donald Trump is secretly fighting a cabal of child molesters, including pedophiles, drug dealers, and other criminal organizations in the United States and abroad.
Trump refused to condemn QAnon, a right-wing group that believes cannibals and pedophiles secretly controlled the world and were involved in a series of violent incidents. It’s a conspiracy theory that has gained popularity among large sections of Trump supporters.
The conspiracy is based on the Q Clearance Patriot, which claims to be a US intelligence agent who leaked classified information. The so-called “Q-drops” appeared on QAnon in the late 1990 “s and early 2000” s, propagating a huge conspiracy theory that former President Donald Trump is waging war against Satan – and worshiping cannibals, and pedophiles in his own country. Supporters say the former president communicated with the group’s founder, a former CIA officer and family member.
Followers follow an anonymous “Q” and believe the world government is controlled by pedophiles, who former President Trump will eventually bring to justice. It is now clear that one person is really a thousand Q-drops, “said Rote,” and they are two people, which is much more powerful than just one man or one woman. Although the ADL does not believe that QAnon supporters are inherently extremist, it is a dangerous theory that has inspired violence, and supporters actively sow mistrust of democratic institutions. Q anon is part of a broader – far-reaching – conspiracy theory about world government that is taking root in parts of the “pro-Trump” movement. Qanon theory is overloaded with anti-government elements and responsible for a number of terrorist attacks in the US and around the world in recent years.