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QAnon Cultists Claim A 2013 Episode Of ‘The Simpsons’ Proves Trump Will Soon Be Reinstated As POTUS

Did you know that failed, one-term, twice-impeached former president Donald Trump is about to be reinstated to the White House? You didn’t? Then you must have missed the message in a 2013 episode of “The Simpsons,” which members of the QAnon cult say is proof-positive that the Donald is headed back to the office of the presidency.

A report from Vice News reveals that something said by German lawmaker Friedrich Merz about the Russian invasion of Ukraine has set off a new wave of bizarre claims by the QAnon faithful.

In his speech, Merz misspeaks and says that everyone will remember where they were on September 24, rather than February 24, the day Russia invaded. Merz corrected himself in the official record of the Bundestag, but QAnon followers in Germany believed they’d spotted Merz revealing a detail of a secret plan. One member of a German Telegram channel pointed out that in episode 9 of Season 24 (9/24, Sept. 24, get it?) of the animated sitcom, the plot revolves around a group of preppers.

Preppers, as in doomsday preppers, who are convinced the end of civilization is just around the corner:

In particular, the characters discuss WROL, or Without Rule of Law, which is doomsday-prepper lingo for the complete breakdown of society after a major catastrophe. The episode also features an electromagnetic pulse device, which QAnon followers believe will usher in ’10 days of darkness’ and ultimately the return of former President Donald Trump to the Oval Office.

Got that? The breakdown of society, an electromagnetic device, days of darkness, and just like that Trump is back in office. How’s that for paranoid delusion?

Oh, and the latest bullshit conspiracy theory among the QAnon throngs even includes members of Donald Trump’s family, who have attended events where the the doomsday scenario was openly discussed.

Everything from nuclear armageddon to a financial reset to widespread water poisoning and an armed revolution has been predicted by those spinning these conspiracies to their followers. Last weekend, one of the speakers at the conspiracy-filled Reawaken America conference series, where Trump’s two adult sons have spoken in the past, told the audience that “the day of vengeance” was a week away, before adding: “We’re going to watch it happen.”

So then next time you watch what you think may be a harmless cartoon or laugh along as Homer Simpson gets his comeuppance, keep in mind there’s another message behind what you see, and it all leads to the fall of civilization and Donald Trump being president yet again.

 

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Desperate Trump Wraps His Arms Around The QAnon Cult With ‘Storm Is Coming’ Meme

In the surest sign of desperation yet from disgraced, one-term, twice-impeached former president Donald Trump, the ex-president is now firmly embracing the QAnon cult and its deranged conspiracy theorists, posting a meme on his Truth Social website in which he’s show with the “Q” symbol on his lapel and a message: “The Storm Is Coming.”

Mediaite reports this is the most blatant acceptance of the QAnon lie that world governments are controlled by Satan-worshiping pedophiles who eat the adrenal glands of children in order to stay young and powerful, tropes that have their roots in the anti-Semitism and Nazi propaganda used by Adolf Hitler during his rise to power in Germany.

The two phrases in the explicitly Q-endorsing retruth are common in Q world. WWG1WGA stands for “Where we go one, we go all.” The “storm” is a reference to the Q conspiracy theorist community’s belief that sooner or later Trump is going to unveil or unleash his secret plan to defeat all the enemies of MAGA and the deep state and, presumably, return to power in a sweaty Mike Lindell dream come to life.

While he was at it, Trump also shared memes that hint at an outright call for some sort of protest or violent action by those who support him.

Of course, if Trump or his supporters understood the first thing about American history, they’d know that Paine and Jefferson would be disgusted by their attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 election and install the Donald as emperor for life. It’s also safe to assume that none of the Trumpers have read or understood a word found in the U.S. Constitution.

Right-wing message boards were alight with support for the memes that Trump had shared on Truth Social, with many Trump worshipers foaming at the mouth as their savior hinted at violence if he doesn’t get to walk free yet again.

“Yup, haters! Trump re-truthed Q memes. And he’ll do it again, more and more of them, over and OVER, until *everyone* finally gets it,” said one excited fan.

“It’s almost like Trump is trying to tell us something,” said another, sharing an image featuring the latest retruth alongside headlines describing Trump’s previous retruth spree.

Yeah, let’s do it: Let’s lock up the Trump mafia family, and if their QAnon acolytes want to launch an insurrection, they can face the full wrath of the U.S. Justice Department.

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Canadian Mayor Has The Perfect Profane Response To QAnon Cultists Who Tried To Arrest Cops In Her Town

Proving that they’re definitely not the sharpest knives in the drawer, a group of QAnon believers showed in Peterborough, Ontario recently and attempted to conduct citizens arrests of police officers, which got them a free trip to jail for their stupidity.

According to Vice News:

Romana Didulo has built a sizable following out of the QAnon community by convincing people that she’s the true leader of Canada and waging a secret war against the supposed pedophilic cabal of globalist leaders, like Prime Minister Justin Trudeau or U.S. President Joe Biden. On Saturday, she gathered around 30 of her followers in Peterborough, Ontario, to conduct “citizen’s arrests” on members of the Peterborough Police Service for enforcing COVID-19 restrictions, like mask mandates and business closures. 

Didulo announced the event all over social media, creating memes, pages on Telegram, and a website.

But when the QAnon faithful arrived at the local police station, they soon realized they hadn’t thought their plan through all the way and were easily confounded by a locked door at the police station they had marched to:

Later in the day, after QAnon members told police officers they needed to voluntarily surrender to them, some of the cultists found out that their stupid plan had only resulted in them being put in the slammer:

But by the end of it, one of (Didulo’s followers had been charged with two counts of assaulting police and a second was facing charges of mischief and resisting arrest. A third man was also later arrested and charged with a myriad of charges, including assaulting a peace officer with a weapon.

When it was all over, Peterborough Mayor Diane Therrien took to Twitter and expressed what most in the town were probably feeling:

“People have been asking me to comment on the events of the past weekend. I hate giving airtime/spotlight to these imbeciles. Here is my comment: f*ck off, you f*ckwads.”

Bravo, Mayor Therrien!

 

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QAnon Cultists Gathering In Dallas Once Again To Await The Return Of A 105-Year-Old JFK

Last November, more than a thousand of the loons who consider themselves members of the QAnon conspiracy cult began gathering in Dallas to await the return of the John F. Kennedy (along with his son, John F. Kennedy Jr.), the late president who was assassinated in the city back in 1963.

As you might expect, neither JFK or JFK Jr. ever showed, probably because they’re both dead.

But despite that, Vice News reports, the QAnon crazies are headed back to Dallas, once again because JFK will be rising from the dead:

It’s been 220 days since more than 1,000 people traveled from across the U.S. to Dallas at the behest of Michael Protzman, a QAnon influencer known as Negative 48, who promised his followers that John F. Kennedy would reappear at Dealey Plaza. JFK didn’t reappear, of course, but the QAnon cult is now returning to Texas.

More than seven months after the group first met in Dallas, it is heading back to the city this weekend after Protzman once again promised that JFK would reveal himself to the group, proving once and for all that he is, in fact, the reincarnation of Jesus Christ. Protzman has already checked into the Hyatt Regency, where hundreds of people gathered back in November.

“What started in Dallas ends in Dallas,” one member of a Telegram group linked to the cult wrote on Friday morning.

So now JFK is Jesus? That’s a neat twist, don’t ya think?

But wait, the plot gets even crazier the longer you listen to Protzman’s BS:

Earlier this week, Protzman, in hours-long audio chats on his Telegram channel, laid out what he predicted would happen this weekend. He told his followers that JFK would only reveal himself to those willing to travel to Dallas on Saturday. This would be followed by 10 days of darkness before JFK would finally reveal himself to the world

Family members of those who follow the bizarre pronouncements from the cult didn’t exactly sound enthusiastic about what’s actually going to happen in Dallas this weekend, with one noting:

“​​I’d like to say that I am glad Protzman’s group of believers are all heading back to Dallas so that Michael Protzman will be exposed as a liar, but I am not holding my breath that any of his followers will suddenly have the ability to think critically and see that they are following a madman. They have the uncanny ability to believe everything Protzman tells them. I mean EVERYTHING.”

Oh, and let’s not forget that Protzman and some of the QAnon nutjobs have also shown up at rallies held by failed former president Donald Trump, who is actually JFK in disguise, they claim.

Want to see a bunch of lemmings in a hotel? Look no further than this video of the QAnoners showing up at Dallas hotels to wait for the late president to show himself:

Yeah, these people are more than a few bricks short of a load.

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Race For Utah County Attorney Goes Off The Rails With Claims Of ‘Cannibalism’ And ‘Ritualistic Sex Abuse’

The QAnon crazy sauce has been uncorked and is being applied liberally as part of a race for county attorney in the state of Utah, leading to accusations of cannibalism and sexual abuse of children.

According to KUTV, Utah County Attorney incumbent David Leavitt is facing all sorts of allegations from country sheriff Mike Smith:

Leavitt called a press conference Wednesday morning after the Utah County Sheriff’s Office told the media the night prior that it is investigating a child sex abuse ring that operated in Utah, Juab, and Sanpete counties between 1990 and 2010.

At the press conference, Leavitt announced that he and his wife were subjects of a child sex abuse investigation approximately 10 years ago, but claimed those allegations were totally untrue.

Leavitt laid out why he had called the presser:

“I learned that my wife and I were part of those allegations, allegedly that we were guilty of cannibalizing young children, and murdering young children.”

He then angrily added:

“To have [my wife’s] reputation, her professional character and everything about her life’s work called into question brought into question by a few cheap political opportunists offends me to the depth of my being. It does nothing but to demean the integrity of me, my wife, and 15 other members of this community who had absolutely nothing to do with a discredited case from 15 years ago.”

Smith fired back at Leavitt by suggesting that the accusations went beyond what Leavitt had referenced:

“Several times, Mr. Leavitt named himself and mentioned cannibalism and murder. This investigation is about child sex abuse. I take exception to any victim coming forward and being categorized as ‘tragically mentally ill’. How dare you. These are victims of crimes who have mustered the courage to come forward and this is what you call them? Mentally ill. How dare you.”

Smith says the FBI is also involved in the investigation of Leavitt but refused to give any proof of that allegation.