Group think there: President Trump is not just going to win the election – he is going to win it by a huge margin. Anything other than that result would prove mass election fraud.
But for some Trump supporters, especially those who know or are unaware of the Qian conspiracy theories, that action is meaningless. For three weeks they have been clinging to the idea that a miracle is coming, that Trump will win, and that the Liberals will be left in tears. They have not changed their minds yet.
Trump dreams of landslides
QAnon has long promised that Trump is going to deepen the status quo. One of its first posts in 2017 stated that it was going to arrest Hillary Clinton.
Their message to the audience: Be patient and trust Q. Everything will come true after Trump is re-elected.
Then Trump lost. “Q” has not been posted since election day.
Speakers in Scottsdale may think of QAnon as priests – in fact some of them are quoting specific Q posts of the day as gospel.
Most of those Messiahs were silent after the election.
Powell is no stranger to conspiracy theories. She is a lawyer for QAnon Hero – Michael Flynn, President Trump’s insulting former national security adviser.
At this point she mentions China and George Soros, along with Hugo Chavez’s ghostly foreign intervention, as well as the mass Democratic Party conspiracy to cheat in the election, without any evidence.
Since then, Powell’s baseless claims have been advanced by QAnon’s followers across the Internet. One of those who spoke at the Arizona conference retweeted a post on Monday, in which Powell called “our lawyer working for God to protect our republic!”
Big tech platforms say QAnon has broken and banned conspiracy theories – but they can still be found on all major social media platforms.
Powell may not have plastered the “Q” on her forehead, she and Flynn posted messages that QAnon followers see as signs online.
One of Q’s great promises is the metaphor “storm”, which raises the “deep state” in Washington.
Powell’s Twitter profile picture of her and Flynn’s graphic, lightning strike U.S. Capitol. She also retweeted prominent QAnon supporters.
The message to QAnon followers is clear – Powell is on their side.