Filed Under: “QAnon”

Analysis: Russian state-owned media outlets published thousands of articles promoting QAnon talking points

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Media outlets directly owned or operated by Russian agencies have been spreading QAnon themes to gullible Americans


Trump is long gone from the White House, but QAnon is still going

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Instead of collapsing after Joe Biden became president, the QAnon movement has shifted to other topics, particularly opposing vaccines


History shows QAnon’s failed predictions might not harm its ability to survive

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Cults have repeatedly portrayed doomsday scenarios to followers and more than a few have survived botching predictions.


Vaccine opponent and QAnon booster Angela Stanton King to be featured CPAC speaker

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Angela Stanton King, a promoter of QAnon conspiracy theories and a former Republican congressional candidate, is set to be a featured speaker at the top conservative conference.


What is the best way to help people sucked into QAnon?

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Many families and friendships have been negatively impacted by belief in QAnon conspiracy theories, but can their delusions be treated in the same way as a religious cult?


QAnon believers traumatized by Biden inauguration

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Despite attempts to keep the hope alive, QAnon followers watched in dismay as Trump left Washington, D.C., for Florida Wednesday morning while Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States. With no military coup, no dramatic scenes of revolution, and no mass executions or retaliatory violence as prophesized, QAnon adherents began to wonder if they had been deceived.


 

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