In QAnon Renaissance, conspiracy theorists delight in the war of words between Trump and Biden

Former President Donald Trump appeared to promote QAnon, the far-right conspiracy theory, by sharing social media posts related to the theory, which has seen a resurgence amid heightened tensions between Trump and President Joe Biden.

QAnon is a far-right conspiracy theory, and its supporters believe that as president, Trump would arrest and execute a “cabal” of satanic pedophiles, including many high-profile Democrats and celebrities. The theory has been widely discredited and has not been supported by any substantial evidence.

Earlier last week, Trump shared more than 50 posts on Truth Social, including dozens of “retruths” in a 24-hour period. Several posts he shared were either from QAnon related accounts or posts containing QAnon language.

The offices were perhaps the most direct take on conspiracy theory by the former president yet. It comes as QAnon supporters use a factional split between Biden and Trump to further promote their conspiracy theory after months of a quieter online presence.

QAnon revels in the divisions between Trump and Biden
Above is a QAnon icon in front of the US Capitol on January 6, 2021. QAnon received a boost after former President Donald Trump shared posts in his language on Truth Social earlier last week. Meanwhile, popular QAnon accounts are using partisan divisions to promote their conspiracy theory.
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A post shared by Trump included the caption, “The deep state whispered to President Trump, ‘You can’t weather the storm.’ The President whispered back, “I am the storm.” Storm” would come has been proven wrong.

In another post, which Trump has apparently since deleted, Politico reporter Kyle Cheney reported, Trump appeared to share a link to a 2017 QAnon website.

“Under what article can the President order MI to take over investigations for the 3 letter agencies? What conditions must be met? Why is this VERY important? Who surrounds POTUS? They have lost that very important power – the one branch of government that is not corrupt and directly serves POTUS,” the post said.

The conspiracy appears to be feeding on deepened tensions between Biden and Trump. While the two have long been political opponents, Trump’s tweet storm, along with Biden’s Thursday speech denouncing “MAGA Republicans,” has seen partisan divisions grow.

During his speech, the President said that while not all members of the GOP embrace the “extreme ideology” of MAGA Republicans, “there is no question that the Republican Party today is dominated, driven, and intimidated by Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans.” will, and that is a threat to this country.”

A QAnon Telegram channel with nearly 150,000 followers posted next to “Q” on Thursday after Biden’s speech that “YOU WANT POLITICAL WARS. THEY WANT THEM SHARE”.

On Saturday, another QAnon-Telegram channel with nearly 300,000 followers predicted a “false flag” operation following Biden’s speech and the FBI’s investigation into whether Trump improperly stored classified information at his Mar-a-Lago residence.

“1. Mar a Lago Raid 2. Biden’s speech 3. Patriot Front Group parading around looking like patriots,” the post said. “Do you see one? [false flag] event towards us. That [deep state] is desperate.”

An account on Truth Social with 144,000 followers wrote in the wake of Trump’s Truth storm that “there comes a day when it doesn’t seem so idiotic to publicly endorse Q’s message.”

“It got dark and foggy, but we never gave up hope because the Q-proofs were unassailable and our faith was rock solid. We’re not there yet, but I know we’ll have many wins to celebrate soon,” the post said.

Trump’s posts prompted calls for Truth Social to be removed from app stores. Citizens for Ethics tweeted: “Trump continues to dispute the 2020 election results, re-releases QAnon statements and has his supporters threaten government officials on Truth Social. It needs to be removed from the app stores.”

Many experts have raised concerns about the violence stemming from the QAnon conspiracy theory, as many participants in last year’s Capitol Uprising were QAnon supporters.

news week has reached out to Trump’s office for comment.

https://www.newsweek.com/qanon-renaissance-conspiracists-feast-trump-biden-war-words-1739709 In QAnon Renaissance, conspiracy theorists delight in the war of words between Trump and Biden

Rick Schindler

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