What...does it to to the brain to believe this kind of thing?
This is a cult, so I should honestly know more about it than I do.
So JFK is a hero to them because they think he was killed by the "deep state."
And that he will become Trump's VP in 2020.
They think there are hidden funds in military spending to upgrade Guantanamo. When Trump said he wanted to send "really bad dudes" there, they thought he meant HRC, Obama and...
There's a guy on YouTube who says it was passed to him from Anthony Weiner's laptop.
What the hell...
I can't keep up.
It does have 2 f's.
However, there is some overlap between the communities as happens with conspiracies. Q leaders don't want to lose people, though.
Also, Q has apparently acknowledged the existence of space.
There is no real...unifying argument or thread tying these things together.
Oh, also, they believe the CIA delivers the talking points to the media at 4 am everyday.
And that he is secretly advising Trump so they can take down the "deep state" together.
This is slightly at odds with a Q drop, which claims HRC had him murdered in 1999 (because she saw him as a rival in her long-term goal of being NY senator?).
Some of them think Q *is* JFK Jr.
I hate noticing typos 5 tweets later.
To whom Q responded, "There is only one Q: Q."
Also, unclear if Fusca knows they think he's JFK Jr.
Apparently someone dressed their toddler as Fusca for Halloween.
The "deep state" allegedly put Reagan and JFK into the presidency not knowing they would be challenged. So the CIA had to take them out (but failed with Reagan's assassination attempt).
This is who they believe really controls the world: the Saudi royal family, the Rothschilds and George Soros.
I knew about the anti-Semitism, but apparently that's where they think the Saudis come in.
I will tell you I'm not listening to all of the debunking because, like, I already know their claims are ludicrous and don't need to be convinced.
It's mostly white men with the occasional woman as a guest. They seem self-aware about it and seem to be trying to get better about that...
I'm gonna keep tweeting as I follow it.
They think all journalism is compromised, so social media is VERY important. It's the main way they get their message out.
It has...something to do with wanting protection from being banned on social media.
There are Q comics...
They really think they're doing something world historical here.
One of her specializations is "age play." Again, she's a Q believer.
I didn't make this up. This is a person who exists.
But... He got mad when one too many Q predictions didn't come true.
So a Q drop came out accusing him of using Q to build his brand or whatever.
Bros, you're gonna be disappointed if you keep reading.
I have complimented their research and also explained why the podcast isn't perfect.
They're not famous journalists. It's fine.
I would also be described as someone you haven't heard of.
I won't change my approach, and I view it as not my problem if some of the fans don't think I've adequately amplified some white guys.
Apparently the Q people thought this would be preceded by mass arrests of "elites" and there would be a mass perp walk in the parade.
They also thought the Nunez memo would dismantle the "deep state."
They thought this would finally unite Americans behind Trump.
So they watched the budget.
Q believers thought it was the "white hats" using special secret technology to send out...evidence, I think.
Wonder why they think this secret tech doesn't work on them?
They point to real mass arrests by MBS as a model for mass arrests in the US.
That comes from Q.
I mean... The Saudis donate to all major charitable foundations, but Q believers think it's linked to child trafficking.
They also think the Saudis were linked to the Vegas mass shooting.
They think the FBI sold guns to the assassins...
Because...otherwise the US would "have to go to war with Saudi Arabia."
This includes the people who believe they have found numerical "codes" in the Bible.
But I wouldn't say I know this world as well as Reconstructionism because I was exposed to that when I was a little older and I remember more.
Q *must* have attracted some of those same people, right?
That's how I remember the caricatures on the book covers.
They were obsessed with Vince Foster conspiracy theories.
In the sense that if you believed THAT about the Clintons, there might not be a limit to what you'd believe about them.
Also the idea that Hillary was uniquely evil and her husband was a pawn.
(Before you get excited, here's my disclaimer that I didn't think Bernie could either.)