QAnon has started to merge with even more extreme conspiracy theories, including the “sovereign citizen” movement.
One extremism researcher says some QAnon supporters could see the information war as lost and turn to real-world action and violence.
Once he leaves the White House, experts warn the QAnon movement could become even more dangerous.
"Community means a lot," concludes the auto-generated video that shows Robert Gieswein posing with armed extremists.
Bannon and other conspiracy theorists were able to get around Facebook's ban on "Stop the Steal" content with alarming ease.
QAnon is so desperate for any sign that the “plan” is still in place, it’s willing to believe Trump is using a communication method devised in the 19th century.
QAnon followers know him as "Neon Revolt." In real life, he's a failed screenwriter from New Jersey named Robert Cornero, Jr.
Including posts made during last week's insurrection at the Capitol, which could now be used to expose and arrest pro-Trump rioters.