'Crowdsourced Crazy': Why The GOP's QAnon Problem Persists 1

‘Crowdsourced Crazy’: Why The GOP’s QAnon Problem Persists

 

Despite none of the prophesies coming to be, many followers of the QAnon conspiracy theory still believe the absurd and false allegations about a cabal of Democrats who are cannabalistic pedophiles. MSNBC's Brian Williams discusses with Clint Watts.
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57 comments

    1. I wonder if Georgia Governor Brian “CCP” Kemp, GA Lt. Governor Geoffrey “Globalist Boy” Duncan, and GA Secretary of State Brad “Jordy” Raffensperger have retained the services of a really good criminal defense attorney yet?

      In my opinion, if they have not done so yet, they should.

    1. @Ver Coda wow now I see why my ancestors came to America, you sir have been propagandized.

    2. @Super Star yeah I’m not you can Google it yourself kiddo. Again as I pointed out earlier Nazism is a far right nationalist idealolgy. Don’t use terms that your tiny conservative brain doesn’t understand.

    3. @Matt O …Google??? The Democrat steered search engine? That is your source?? And you don’t understand the irony?

  1. “If we are to have another contest in the near future of our national existence, I predict that the dividing line will not be Mason and Dixon’s but between patriotism and intelligence on the one side, and superstition, ambition and ignorance on the other. -Grant (if we ever had a 2nd civil war)

    1. @iron tongue I’m afraid you have that backwards. You have cities that can’t even keep fresh drinking water for their citizens. Where do you think your food comes from, where do you think the oilfields for your gas are located. Rural Americans can grow all the food they want, drink all the fresh water from wells that they need. Turn a few valves and you get no heat, no electricity in the cities.

    2. I thought I would add the most important thing that he said in that speech.
      Let us all
      labor to add all needful guarantees for the more
      perfect security of Free Thought, Free Speech, a
      Free Press, Pure Morals*, unfettered Religious
      Sentiment, and of Equal Rights and Privileges to all. I will add:
      Dictators don’t get censored!
      Dictators censor other people!
      I can’t believe anybody with more than two brain cells doesn’t understand what is going on in our country right now.

    3. @Rusty Key the cities face those struggles (food and heat) now and still they grow stronger, as to the well water it’s illegal to dig your own well but once fighting starts that will change, oil is worthless without the refinery’s located near urban centers. Just look at every nation on earth and show me one example where the people haven’t won this same battle, there really isn’t one. As far as the rural community living off the land is concerned there will be some people that get deep into the woods that will survive but not enough to make a difference in a war and as Sun Tzu said it’s nothing a little fire can’t fix.

    4. @iron tongue I think you’re misunderstanding rural for, “out in the country.” When I say big city. I mean a pop. of at least 2 million people and really that’s not even a big city.
      I still don’t know what you mean by growing stronger.

    5. @iron tongue by the way, I don’t know about where you live but where I live it’s not illegal to dig your own well. Around here they wouldn’t have to dig any wells. There are plenty of wells the farmers use to water their crops. We already have thousands of water wells in our area. I know people who live in towns that have water wells in their backyard.

  2. It’s a symptom, the disease is a party that has no interest in its people, unless the person has a certain clout.

  3. Maybe when someone is brainwashed to believe non sense religious ideas at a young age, it will be easier for cult leaders to recruit them.

  4. Beware people, now with social media everyone has a voice. The 21st century is going to be a battle against the stupid..

    1. @Chris McGinnis If you talk the talk do walk the walk. Why criticize Robert’s rights to free speech by talking about the right to free speech? It just make you look stupid.

  5. “Two things are infinite: The universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the universe”—-Albert Einstein

  6. The fbi should work on outing who the Q source is. Once people could see that it’s someone like Ron Watkins, it would make believing in this craziness much less palatable.

  7. Partially true, the elite need to be removed from the control of this government and the monetary system!

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