QAnon followers know him as "Neon Revolt." In real life, he's a failed screenwriter from New Jersey named Robert Cornero, Jr.
An analysis of Q’s cryptic posts found there are two distinct authors writing "Q drops," a finding that undermines the entire QAnon belief system.
After spending years battling anxiety, the South Florida singer realized music was the only thing he could control.
One in 20 tweets about the election now come from a QAnon account.
He reportedly attempted to make a citizen's arrest of New York Mayor Bill de Blasio after reading QAnon literature.
One follower told VICE he believes Trudeau is connected to a “type of death cult that they bet on for the victim’s time of death.”
Missouri's Q return with two more songs of frantic, crockery cracking punk rock.
The Glass Cliff phenomenon suggests minorities are more likely to be put in high-profile positions that come with a higher risk of criticism and failure.
Ghomeshi apologized to former CBC colleague Kathryn Borel and signed a peace bond agreeing to stay away from her.