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NYMAG: Who is QAnon? The Storm Conspiracy, Explained


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2 minutes ago, China said:

 

You need to be a little more subtle.  Since obviously Koolaid wasn't around back then, make up some story about the Framers making a special apple cider that was made including the ground up apple seeds.  (Note:  apple seeds contain cyanide - about 143 seeds are required for a lethal dose*).  

 

 

If you're wondering how I know this, it's because a while back there was a story about some horses in Kentucky got sick from eating too many apples they found on the ground.


The point of the joke is that they are idiots. 

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4 hours ago, Califan007 said:

 

People still think Elvis is alive...

 

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1 minute ago, PleaseBlitz said:


The point of the joke is that they are idiots. 

 

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Wasn't Qanon at the Capitol on Jan 6th, wearing horns on his wool hat,and with red white and blue body paint?

Can't locate him now because he is locked up eating organic food 

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On 2/23/2021 at 8:43 PM, Cooked Crack said:

 

 

I can understand political operatives lying, their loyalty isn’t to the truth, but to tell lies this lazy is an insult unto itself.  Might as well end each segment with “and once again I thank you all for being so damn stupid.  So incredibly, and usefully, stupid.”

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On 2/20/2021 at 2:51 PM, PleaseBlitz said:

On March 5 Im going on GreatAwakening and starting a thread about the Framers all drinking arsenic Koolaid on April 1. 

 

FYI:

 

Your Travel Guide to the Rudderless Right-Wing Web After Trump

 

Moving into 2021 and forward, conservatives angry about “cancel culture,” censorship, shadowbans, or the attention of the FBI have a rich array of social destinations to choose from. We’ve prepped a travel guide for the unwitting observer who might be thinking of checking any of these conspicuous and lesser-known internet hellholes out—whether it’s to keep an eye on what the far-right is up to or to tell you exactly why you shouldn’t be going to these places.

 

Donald Trump and the Republican media ecosystem spent the last few years building an elaborate fantasy world for his supporters. They insisted, at every turn, that any unflattering portrayal of his unpopular administration was the product of a liberal media establishment staffed by socialist journalists and amplified by Silicon Valley tech companies angling to take him down.

 

A wide array of alternative social media sites cropped up to cater to right-wingers convinced that Facebook and Twitter were censoring them, despite all evidence indicating otherwise. They also cater to far-right groups ranging from fascists and white supremacists to QAnon truthers whom mainstream sites actually had been, with varying levels of commitment or success, trying to rid themselves of.

 

The riots in DC on Jan. 6, when a mob of pro-Trump rioters charged into Congress trying to overturn the results of the election, resulted in a wave of platform bans targeted against the perpetrators and Trump himself. This fueled a sense of urgency among conservatives that their days on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and other sites were numbered. So here’re some of the sites, platforms, and apps where they might set up shop in 2021, whether as a forever home or just a pit stop on a never-ending ride out into the fringe.

 

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QAnon Isn’t So Sure Trump Will Magically Become President Again on March 4

 

National Guard troops have been deployed, Congressional warnings have been issued, and hotel prices have been jacked up. But a predicted QAnon celebration to mark the return of former President Donald Trump to the White House next week is now being labeled by influencers within the conspiracy movement as a disinformation campaign by the fake news media.

 

For weeks, QAnon followers have been hyping March 4 as the date when Trump would return as the rightful president of the U.S. But in the last couple of days, virtually all the major QAnon figures and influencers have reversed course and dismissed the date, calling it a false flag event created entirely by the mainstream media to “make the whole movement look dumb.”

 

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18 hours ago, China said:

QAnon Isn’t So Sure Trump Will Magically Become President Again on March 4

 

National Guard troops have been deployed, Congressional warnings have been issued, and hotel prices have been jacked up. But a predicted QAnon celebration to mark the return of former President Donald Trump to the White House next week is now being labeled by influencers within the conspiracy movement as a disinformation campaign by the fake news media.

 

For weeks, QAnon followers have been hyping March 4 as the date when Trump would return as the rightful president of the U.S. But in the last couple of days, virtually all the major QAnon figures and influencers have reversed course and dismissed the date, calling it a false flag event created entirely by the mainstream media to “make the whole movement look dumb.”

 

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Ok, sooooo....

 

Are major QAnon figures and influencers saying that any QAnon followers who believe that Trump will become president again on March 4th are looking dumb for believing it? Since a decent number of QAnon believers were indeed believing he will, I'm trying to figure out how they are interpreting that lol...

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How Donald Trump’s Washington, D.C. Hotel Feeds QAnon’s March 4 Conspiracy

 

More than seven weeks after pro-Trump insurrectionists stormed the U.S. Capitol, nearly 5,000 National Guard troops still remain in Washington, D.C., amid concerns over more potential violence from QAnon followers. At the heart of the threat is a belief among some conspiracy theorists that former President Donald Trump will be inaugurated again on March 4—and they look to his Trump International Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue for signs.

 

National security experts say this outlandish expectation is fueled by the “Big Lie” repeatedly told by Trump and his supporters that the 2020 presidential election was stolen. When people drive the opposite narrative, it “then gets taken and put into really wacky sets of arguments,” Rep. Adam Smith, chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, explained during a hearing last week with defense officials. 

 

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^^^I'm surprised some of the groups who trolled the GOP (when they signed up for the event tickets & didn't show) haven't trolled the hotels by reserving all of the rooms & then cancelling them all within the allowable window. Not that I've given it too much thought...

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Meet the spouses whose marriages were destroyed by QAnon

 

A therapist who specializes in cult recovery says he's "never seen anything like this before"
 

Adam and his wife were always pretty conservative. While she was an "ardent" supporter of Donald Trump, as he described, it wasn't until the November 2020 election — and nearly eight months into the coronavirus pandemic — that he started to get increasingly concerned about how deep her support for Trump ran. She was spending hours on her phone watching videos by pro-Trump conservatives like Dan Bongino and Ben Shapiro.

 

"I didn't have a problem with that," Adam, whose name has been changed, said in a phone interview. "But then she started to watch a lot of the QAnon conspiracy videos, and started to share those with me."

 

She would watch these videos until 2 or 3 in the morning, Adam said. He feared she was having a "psychotic break." Previously, she had been on antidepressants. He wondered if a mix of the pandemic and political chaos was driving her to the edge.

 

Then, one day, she came home and announced: "I'm going to join the militia."

 

Adam said he's still "emotional" about it, his voice cracking. He said he couldn't believe what he was hearing as his wife repeated QAnon talking points.

 

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56 minutes ago, China said:

Meet the spouses whose marriages were destroyed by QAnon

 

A therapist who specializes in cult recovery says he's "never seen anything like this before"
 

Adam and his wife were always pretty conservative. While she was an "ardent" supporter of Donald Trump, as he described, it wasn't until the November 2020 election — and nearly eight months into the coronavirus pandemic — that he started to get increasingly concerned about how deep her support for Trump ran. She was spending hours on her phone watching videos by pro-Trump conservatives like Dan Bongino and Ben Shapiro.

 

"I didn't have a problem with that," Adam, whose name has been changed, said in a phone interview. "But then she started to watch a lot of the QAnon conspiracy videos, and started to share those with me."

 

She would watch these videos until 2 or 3 in the morning, Adam said. He feared she was having a "psychotic break." Previously, she had been on antidepressants. He wondered if a mix of the pandemic and political chaos was driving her to the edge.

 

Then, one day, she came home and announced: "I'm going to join the militia."

 

Adam said he's still "emotional" about it, his voice cracking. He said he couldn't believe what he was hearing as his wife repeated QAnon talking points.

 

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"...it got to a point where I couldn't watch the national nightly news without her believing I was giving in to the liberals and helping mainstream media ratings by continuing to watch."

 

When he did watch the news, she would get so angry that she would leave the room, go to the basement, and watch more QAnon conspiracy theory videos, he said."

 

Good lord...

 

 

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5 hours ago, Cooked Crack said:

 

 

Q adjacent


I always imagined that rule 34 was a voluntary creative process, but this guy seems to an unwilling agent.  Going to have to rethink some things,

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2 minutes ago, Sacks 'n' Stuff said:

What are those tags called like, the rookie, the waterboy, etc? I know you mods can do custom ones. I wanna be The Sentient Vibrator.

 

Good luck.  I’ve tried before but to no avail. 

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