How Donald Trump’s own words have helped fuel the QAnon fire

President Donald Trump rode political conspiracy theories all the method to the White House, and now he now discovers himself at the center of one.


By now, you’ve most likely become aware of QAnon, the online conspiracy theory figure whose following makes the Illuminati appear like the intruders from Home Alone. Advocates of the conspiracy appeared at Trump’s rally in Tampa on Tuesday and have even targeted Tom Hanks on YouTube , making their existence understood in the mainstream.

Oh look, QAnon indication at the Trump rally pic.twitter.com/2BwYWMJtWS

—– Salvador Hernandez (@SalHernandez) July 31, 2018


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