Donnie Dumphy, a popular internet creation who hails from Newfoundland, Canada, shared a number of popular theories, including one related to QAnon. The actor behind the post said he is not a QAnon supporter.
Even Laura Ingraham called Trump's claims a "conspiracy theory."
Experts believe that by giving the conspiracy theory oxygen, the president will embolden the group, which the FBI has called a potential domestic terrorist threat.
On Wednesday, Facebook deleted groups and limited ads belonging to QAnon conspiracists, far-right militias, and in a stunning example of false equivalence, anti-fascists.
"I don’t know much about the movement, other than that I understand they like me very much, which I appreciate," he said.
A woman in Douglas County, Colorado, allegedly plotted a raid to kidnap her son from foster care with the help of QAnon.
That makes 20 known QAnon supporters on the ballot in November.
A low budget film out of Texas that calls itself a ‘Grindhouse Pizzagate Satire’ perfectly captures a moment in time.
She’s called QAnon a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take this global cabal of Satan-worshiping pedophiles out.”
Since the start of the pandemic, President Trump has shared at least 90 tweets from 49 QAnon accounts.
QAnon is a dangerous conspiracy theory, but it's also a puzzle box that people use to find self worth and community.
A new report from West Point’s Combating Terrorism Center details violence related to the group and warns how dangerous and complicated fighting it will be.