Trump Defends Q-Anon Believers After Reporter Pressures Him to Throw Them Under The BusChris Menahan
Aug. 20, 2020
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President Trump declined to throw his Q-Anon-believing supporters under the bus on Wednesday after a journo whined that they believe he is "secretly saving the world" from a "cult of pedophiles and cannibals."
"Is that supposed to be a bad thing?" Trump responded.
JOURNO: "Q-Anon believes you are secretly saving the world from this cult of pedophiles and cannibals. Are you behind that?"
TRUMP: "I haven't heard that. Is that supposed to be a bad thing or a good thing? If I can help save the world from problems, I am willing to do it. I'm willing to put myself out there. And we are actually, we're saving the world."
You have to admit any other politician would have just thrown them under the bus.
ˇJeb! threw a tantrum:
I think Whitney Webb had a good take on Q-Anon earlier this year:
I see it more as a secular religion for godless boomers.
"Trust the plan" replaced "Trust God's plan" and rather than search for meaning through the Bible they try and decipher Confucius-style gibberish.
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