Is it actually possible that the adherents of the QAnon conspiracy theory/cult can possibly get more deranged than they already are? After all, these people are convinced that a cabal of Satan-worshiping cannibalistic pedophiles are controlling the world’s governments.
As it turns out, the QAnon cultists have indeed taken their crazy to the next level, releasing a “documentary” on YouTube which posits the theory that the DNA of Satan is being placed into people’s bloodstreams.
How is that DNA being transferred? Via the COVID-19 vaccine, of course!
Ben Collins of NBC News has seen the video and reports that it’s way beyond anything the QAnon followers have ever claimed before.
How so? Well, there’s a long discussion of something called “dynabeads,” which are supposedly nanoparticles that turn the human body into a giant magnet. And those dynabeads were carefully wound inside of snake venom, which is also found in the COVID vaccine serum, according to the QAnon gang.
In another segment, a so-called “expert” explains that God spoke to him through a fortune cookie and urged him to let the public know about the Satan DNA in COVID vaccines.
Here’s two clips from the QAnon video:
Keep in mind these people walk among us, and in some ways they’re spreading a disease much more dangerous than any virus: Willful ignorance.
The QAnon cultists who are already convinced that the world’s governments are controlled by Satan-worshiping pedophiles who engage in the sexual trafficking of children and drink their blood to stay young have a new theory regarding their lord and savior, Donald Trump: He deliberately mispronounces the nation of China (which he calls “Chy-na”) because he’s actually making reference to Ukraine.
You’ve probably noticed that Trump does indeed pronounce China a way others don’t. Take a look:
David Gilbert of Vice explains how the “secret China code” of QAnon origin goes:
QAnon followers are boosting an unhinged new conspiracy theory that claims former President Donald Trump was purposely mispronouncing the word “China” for years, as part of a secret plot to alert the world that COVID-19 was manufactured in Ukraine.
Time out! How is saying China as “Chy-na” even remotely related to Ukraine? Brace yourself. The answer is likely to leave you shaking your head until a stress headache develops:
First, some enterprising QAnon sleuth claimed to have “discovered” that there was a place in Ukraine called “chy-na” and further claimed that Trump’s distinct pronunciation of “China” was the former president’s attempt to signal to his followers that what he was talking about was “chy-na” in Ukraine, and not China.
In recent days, the theory has grown, and many QAnon followers now argue that when Trump referred to COVID-19 as the “China virus,” he was secretly referring to the Ukrainian chy-na, and trying to tell the world that the virus was manufactured in Ukraine, a claim that ties in with the broader belief that Ukraine is home to some “deep state” plot to control the world.
Wow! That’s a hell of a lot to try and digest. China is Ukraine and Ukraine is part of a larger plot to control the world. Just how deranged do you have to be to circulate such a load of shit? More importantly, how damn stupid do you have to be to buy such a load of shit?
Wait. It gets even more absurd.
See, the war in Ukraine isn’t actually a war. That’s just for show. The actual war is one Trump is fighting with Russian President Vladimir Putin to “expose a network of biolabs that are being used to develop chemical weapons—that may be transported to Russia by birds.”
Here’s a theory we need to get going among the QAnon adherents: Trump rhymes with the word “dump.” Donald Trump actually lives in a garbage dump on the outskirts of Miami where he secretly controls all rubbish collection across the planet. He goes through that trash and collects the scraps of paper that contain secret messages he will one day use to resurrect all of the deceased former American presidents who will help him rule the world.
Too crazy, even for the QAnon nuts? Hell, those imbeciles will believe anything.
A supporter of the so-called “People’s Convoy” trucker protest told a reporter Thursday that Russian President Vladimir Putin has been unfairly criticized for his invasion of Ukraine and is actually a “good guy” because he’s “taken out” all of the “child trafficking areas” in the country.
Speaking with Andrew Callaghan of Channel 5, the man remarked:
The extreme right-wing QAnon conspiracy theory movement preaches that there’s a cabal of Satan-worshiping pedophile sex traffickers who extract “adrenochrome” from the blood of children in an effort to render themselves immortal:
Adrenochrome, which has no rejuvenating effects, and very questionable psychedelic properties, would have long faded into obscurity had it not been rejuvenated by the QAnon twaddle. And it is not just innocent balderdash that is being spread, as exemplified by the man who swallowed the adrenochrome theory hook, line, and sinker and attempted to liberate children he believed were being kept captive in a Washington pizza parlor by Hillary Clinton. He brandished a rifle and a pistol as he “investigated the crime,” threatening customers and employees. He was subsequently arrested and sentenced to four and a half years in jail.
The man at the trucker protest rally also suggested that when former President Donald Trump was given a soccer ball by Putin during a 2018 meeting in Helsinki, it contained all sorts of valuable information:
“If people would have watched when Trump came into office at the beginning, when you saw them hand that soccer ball off, that soccer ball had so much information in it to take down everybody that Putin’s had all the intel on for years, it had a lot of data in it. And that’s what’s going on.”
It’s tempting to dismiss people such as this man as outliers, but keep in mind that tens of millions of them voted for Donald Trump in 2016 and 2020 and are hoping they’ll get a chance to cast a ballot for him in 2024.
The end of American democracy will be brought about by willful ignorance.
When she announced she was seeking reelection for another term in Congress, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi released a video in which she explained why she was running for another two-years in office. Here’s the video:
As SFGate notes, Pelosi’s comments were standard fare for politicians, but to members of the QAnon cult, there were all sorts of clues and hidden messages to be found in the video:
Perhaps forgetting that Pelosi represents the Congressional district that encompasses San Francisco, the Anons speculated that the inclusion of the Painted Ladies is actually a reference to “Full House,” which uses the Alamo Square icons in its opening credits. And because “Full House” star Bob Saget recently died, this means … something.
“Using the ‘Painted Ladies’ the background this close to Saget’s death makes me think it’s comms,” wrote one user on a popular QAnon forum. (“Comms” refers to “communications,” generally used by Anons to designate supposedly hidden messages from the military or politicians.) “There are plenty of other iconic SF backgrounds that could be used. 95% of the pop couldn’t tell you where those houses are. Not that common.”
At one point in the video, Pelosi comments:
“When people ask me, ‘What are the three most important issues facing the Congress?’ I always say the same thing. Our children, our children, our children. Their health, their education, the housing and economic security of their families, the clean, safe environment in which they can thrive, and the world at peace and where they are all welcome and can reach their fulfillment.”
But since the QAnon faithful are convinced that the major governments of the world are controlled by political figures who worship Satan and abuse children, Pelosi’s remarks were downright chilling:
And now we have the QAnon cultists wanting us to believe that the late former President John F. Kennedy (who was assassinated in 1963) is making public appearances all over the country. How’s he managing to do that without getting noticed? Well, he’s disguised as failed, one-term former President Donald Trump.
Having spent the last two-and-a-half months holed up in Dallas awaiting the reappearance of John F. Kennedy and his son, a group of two dozen or so QAnon followers, led by an antisemitic guru called Michael Protzman, made the 1,000 mile trip to hear Trump speaking at his first major rally of 2022.
Ahead of the rally, Protzman, or Negative48 as he’s known to his followers, predicted the event would feature some major revelations. While most QAnon followers criticized Trump for talking about returning in 2024 rather than trying to overturn the 2020 election result, Protzman told his followers that something huge happened in the desert on Saturday night.
The basis for Protzman’s unhinged claim? Trump appeared to be shorter than he should have been.
Here’s Protzman in all his lunacy, explaining his utterly irrational theory:
Makes perfect sense, huh? Only if you’ve taken enough hallucinogens to fell a herd of elephants.
Know who else was at Trump’s Saturday rally in Arizona? None other than Kobe Bryant and Tupac Shakur. Both of whom (like JFK) are deceased.
For those who live in Arizona, the good news is that the QAnon ditzes have left your state and are back in Dallas again where they’re still eagerly awaiting Trump’s being placed back in power and for a 104-year-old JFK to rise from the grave and make everything right with the world.