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In sworn testimony before the Jan. 6 committee, Jim Watkins claimed QAnon was invented by George Soros and Media Matters.
After spending the last few years calling for the deplatforming of 8chan, site creator Fred Brennan now fears for his life.
Kiwi Farms, a far-right hate site whose members viciously target and harass people online, was taken offline earlier this month.
The Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi site, was also inaccessible on Friday morning.
Experts say the new “Q drops” look fake, but that’s not stopping devoted QAnon believers from celebrating Q’s return.
“You expect me to come here by a subpoena to rat out the President of the United States,” Jim Watkins wrote in a letter to the committee. “I will not be your Rasputin.”
Michael Protzman, who leads the Dallas QAnon cult, promised his followers that Trump's rally would have major revelations.
They'll be in the crowd and on stage with the former president.
The man who did more than anyone to facilitate the rise of the QAnon cult is now running for office in Arizona.
It’s another sign of how the conspiracy cult has taken over mainstream GOP politics.