Frank Figliuzzi On QAnon: ‘This Doesn’t Go Away Merely If Trump Goes Away’ | Deadline | MSNBC

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New York Times reporting on the QAnon conspiracy theory finding its way into the mainstream with the help of the president and some individuals who are running for Congress. Aired on 10/20/2020.
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Frank Figliuzzi On QAnon: ‘This Doesn’t Go Away Merely If Trump Goes Away’ | Deadline | MSNBC

80 Comments on "Frank Figliuzzi On QAnon: ‘This Doesn’t Go Away Merely If Trump Goes Away’ | Deadline | MSNBC"

  1. The damage have been done, the GOP will have to suffer no one should feel sorry for the GOP.

  2. Russell Berwick | October 20, 2020 at 6:44 PM | Reply

    I miss the old conspiracy nuts, today’s nuts have to go way beyond crazy, into a place which may as well have dragons. The republicans have sunk so low, I don’t know where they are anymore.

    • @Steve Sloan It would actually be easier to decide what is NOT a conspiracy theory, and go from there!? lol

    • They have ruined conspiracy theories. Remember when you would see some rather smart guys make great arguments for their conspiracy theories in a get together. That was fun. They also didn’t try to push their narrative other than to proof they’re right. It was pretty innocent before. Now it has turned Looney Tunes.

    • @Kika Yes, those were the days! They could be pretty educational as well. Now the Quanuts have ruined everything!LOL

    • Nicholas McPike | October 20, 2020 at 9:37 PM | Reply

      @Amberly Smith It was already poisoned and trashed GETTING THE YOUTH READY FOR THE GUTTER

      AND
      YOU
      KNOW IT

      THEY STILL TRYING TO KEEP IT THIS WAY

      But there is always enjoyment and fun things we love and take from something.

      When they are secretly trying to manipulate the youth that has got to go

    • This is basically Witch Fever, a collective ailment that breaks out from time to time. The last manifestation of it was in the Satanic Panic of the 1980s. But it goes back millennia. It generally ravages until it destroys too many people or the wrong sorts of people. Of course, the internet is new and that changes everything.

  3. “It is truly a waste of time to have to debunk nonsense.”
    — Dr. Anthony Fauci, October 19, 2020

  4. vote for integrity and civility…
    vote for equality and inclusion…
    vote for medical science…
    vote for basic human decency…

  5. Conspiracies are self sealing narratives that cannot be punctured by logic and reason. It doesn’t matter if it didn’t happen. If QAnon nut jobs can’t support their arguments with evidence, that’s because THEY are hiding it.

    • Conspiracy theorists have a belief in their conspiracy. It’s probably more like a faith, as a believer in religion follows. One can’t argue with them, and no amount of facts will convince them. I have come to the conclusion that they are best just left alone with their convictions.

  6. r/QAnonCasualties is a worthwhile resource if you’ve had someone you care about pin their hopes and dreams to this hateful corkboard of conspiracy theorists.

  7. There have been fascists in America for a very, very long time…now that they’ve got their own fuhrer they’re not going to let go easily…if trump wins things could get really nasty…unfortunately, the same applies if the draft dodger loses.

    • Hitlers rally cry was, make Germany great again. Ironic

    • @Pamela Mattox YES! Been saying this for 4 years. I study history!

    • @Robert Steele trump could easily be a hitler. He is a fascist, and I think most of the gop are also, dangerous times we live in.

    • Naniquí Del Coquí | October 20, 2020 at 9:39 PM | Reply

      Exactly my FEAR! His presence in politics has given many permission to play out their fantasies! The next few months will be darker than even the past four, including 2020!

  8. Liars will deliberately and knowingly believe lies.

    • yeah, thats the confederate culture. lie to yourself and lie to everybody else.
      they all know theyre human garbage. and their only goal is to drag everybody into the dumpster with em.
      not sure why. apparently they think i’ll refuse to go into their dumpster with em. lol. tards.
      freaks em out when i just jump right in and start criticizing their dumpster. it doesnt take long in real life for em to realize it was a huge mistake to let me into their dumpster.

    • Living up to your name👌🏽🧐👍🏽

    • That’s just ignorant.

    • no Hunter Biden???? really???

  9. The modern roots of this are sprouting from Timothy McVeigh’s grave.

  10. Qanon is a perfect example of why critical thinking classes should be required throughout high school and college.

    • @Hawsrule Begin You won’t find educators capable of “critical thinking.”. There are science teachers who are evangelicals. There are biology teachers who dismiss evolution.

    • ​@Dan Krohn What is the difference between BLM, Antifa and White Supremacism? Think for a second, you can do this.

    • Antifa Official | October 20, 2020 at 10:47 PM | Reply

      critical thinking is a component of every subject… the schools could not have been better – but they could not have helped these people.

    • Joseph Nordenbrock | October 20, 2020 at 10:47 PM | Reply

      Not in my God fearing community you don’t. You think the Noah’s arc story in the good book should be corrected for errors ? The Hitch said it best about all religion. It’s all about acting your role for daddy and singing carols in your best cloths… Critical thinking in America… That’s just funny.

    • Thats a great idea……. but a great deal of Trumps followers not only have not gone to College, but probably didn’t finish high school.

  11. The president of the United States has direct access to some of the best security intelligence agencies in the world and he says he doesn’t know about a movement that is on the internet and his followers believe in. Sounds like Twump is really incompetent and/ or a liar. What else is new? Twump is the worst president in the history of America

  12. Ignorance is fixable but stupidity is dangerous.

    • Trump is not stupid, he just use stupid people for his own benefits

    • @yw s And you must be one of his people. If I was in court my next words would be “I rest my case your honor”….just have one of trumps peoples explain that one to you .

    • ​@COPPER MAN i hate trump, but i accept the fact he is very good at using stupid people for his own benefit
      you can hate someone and still think his has some talent

    • Note: True Q anaon followers believe in “lizard men” (look it up sor yourself…no kidding), if you press them and they deny it, they’re fakes, looking for an excuse for supporting scum.

    • no Hunter Biden???? really???

  13. One by Land, Two if by Sea Run if by Air | October 20, 2020 at 7:09 PM | Reply

    It’s pronounced
    ” *Que Moron* ” , Nicolle.

  14. Hats off to Frank, for answering Nicolle’s question.

  15. Ronald McFarland | October 20, 2020 at 7:09 PM | Reply

    “I don’t know anything about it.” When Trump says he doesn’t know anything about QAnon, why doesn’t someone follow up with “Why don’t you know? You have full access to this information from your intelligence community. It is your job to know.

  16. Remember when America was great and united? Not the laughing stock of the rest of the world?

  17. The President of conspiracy theories. Anything to get a vote. 😣

  18. Either he knows about them and refuses to condemn them, or he doesn’t know about them because he willfully dismisses his intelligence briefings. Either way he is an absolute failure as a president and as a human being.

  19. Catherine Rosengren | October 20, 2020 at 7:27 PM | Reply

    That’s what comes from narcissism he doesn’t care what these idiots think as long as they applaud him

  20. luigi querusio | October 20, 2020 at 7:41 PM | Reply

    90% of everything trump says at rallies are lies. The cult eats it up as gospel truth.

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