A Republican lawmaker retweeted a pole about the QAnon conspiracy theory on Monday while offering his own evidence of a coup struggle against President Donald Trump.
Congressman Paul Gosar( R-Ariz .) retweeted a prominent QAnon supporter while give a “tip” to the FBI about” British operators and Democrat spies” working to topple the president.
” I have a gratuity. I meditate high level FBI negotiators may have colluded with British operators and Democrat operatives to initiate an illegal coup against @ realDonaldTrump and @POTUS ,” Gosar said.” I mean at least this bears a cursory discus. Perhaps. Maybe .”
I have a tip. I mull high level FBI negotiators been in a position to colluded with British operators and Democrat agents to initiate an illegal coup against @realDonaldTrump and @POTUS. I signify at least this bears a cursory evaluate. Perhaps. Maybe. https :// t.co/ wfIj7 9T2Gi— Paul Gosar (@ DrPaulGosar) August 12, 2019
The QAnon post retweeted by Gosar points to ” 1827 ,” a number that refers to a specific message known as a Q plummet. Those often incoherent themes, alleged to be from a secret high-level ally of the chairman, furnish indistinct claims about impending authority action.
” Big week coming up. See anything, saying anything ,” the tweet states, before join to the FBI tips site.
The Q affix cited includes a time of Deadpool eating popcorn and certifying” Previews are over. Showtime !”
The drop quoth is from over a year ago, affixed last August.
The statement, like most Q quits, is overshadow enough for Q admirers to wring any and all world events into proof of Q’s legitimacy, despite countless projections descending flat time and time again.
Gosar isn’t certainly citing Q here.
His tweet is most likely referring to the Spygate theory about the FBI and intelligence agencies conspiring to subside Trump’s candidacy in the run-up to the 2016 ballot. Gosar does not follow the history he retweeted, but does follow a number of other notes with ties to the conspiracy.August 12, 2019
While the QAnon conspiracy may seem absurd and amusing to the outside observer, the movement has become increasingly prevalent. Q signalings and merchandise can be seen at the president’s rallies and even in safarus material.
A recent FBI memo obtained by Yahoo News exclusively cites the QAnon conspiracy as a” domestic terror threat ,” warning that it could foment violence.
This post has been updated.
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