Twitter will permanently delete accounts that exist solely to share messages related to the QAnon conspiracy theory. The social network reported this on Friday.
QAnon supporters believe in a series of fabrications spread through anonymous Internet posts from a certain ‘Q’ who claims to be in high office in the Trump administration and access highly sensitive information.
All previous US presidents and rulers would have been part of a hidden network. A kind of “state in the state” involved in all kinds of criminal operations. Including kidnapping and molesting children.
President Trump would have been chosen to expose that network in Washington and put the criminals from previous governments in prison. Q supporters call that revolution “The Storm”.
When President Trump spoke to the military at a dinner last fall about the “calm before the storm,” all Q supporters naturally read a reference to their theory.
In the past two years, Trump election rallies have increasingly seen people expressing themselves as supporters of QAnon.