“We’re going to focus even more on being a force for bringing people closer together,” said the CEO of a platform where the Capitol riots were organized.
Greene has repeatedly tried to distance herself from QAnon, but she has never disowned the conspiracy movement.
And he’s blaming former President Trump for leading him into rioting.
QAnon has started to merge with even more extreme conspiracy theories, including the “sovereign citizen” movement.
These unlucky loyalists are now facing the consequences on their own, after Trump has left the building.
Purveyors of lion-themed merchandise are already hawking their wares to Trump enthusiasts who believe a second coming is nigh.
One extremism researcher says some QAnon supporters could see the information war as lost and turn to real-world action and violence.
In a post on Telegram, Ron Watkins wrote, "Please remember all the friends and happy memories we made together over the past few years."
Some grieve and some insist all is going according to plan. Others are enthused about forming a new political party. It's a moment as dangerous as it is hilarious.
Troop deployments, FBI crackdowns, deplatforming, and infighting seem to have deterred a bigger turnout of the far right across the country.
Once he leaves the White House, experts warn the QAnon movement could become even more dangerous.