QAnon influencers led a harassment campaign on behalf of Veronica Wolski, accusing hospital staff of “murder” when they wouldn't give her the unapproved drug.
It’s another sign of how the conspiracy cult has taken over mainstream GOP politics.
Bryan Riley, 33, who confessed to killing four (including a baby) and torturing a young girl in Lakeland, Florida, told police he believed he was saving a child that was being sexually trafficked by the family.
Matthew Coleman, a devout Christian who taught kids to surf, said he carried out the heinous crimes because he was “enlightened” by QAnon.
There’s incompetent, and then there’s Arizona audit levels of incompetent.
Some sovereigns are tax protesters. Others peddle get-out-of-debt hacks. But a handful of new gurus are trying to expose Child Protective Services.
You can’t say QAnon on YouTube. But these evangelical pastors don’t have to.
Veronica Wolski, who is known for boosting anti-vaccine and QAnon conspiracies from a bridge in Chicago, was hospitalized two weeks ago.
QAnon followers are claiming, without evidence, that Democrats are deploying a “bot army” to stop Republicans voting in the recall election in California.
The MyPillow guy’s cyber conference was apparently too good to miss.
After the organizer of the “For God & Country Patriot Double Down” called for a “military mutiny,” the venue got cold feet.
A former CIA officer turned conspiracy theorist who claimed to be the first to call COVID-19 a hoax has died from COVID-19.