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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.

By Andrew Bradford

Proud progressive journalist and political adviser living behind enemy lines in Red America.

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