15 QAnon-linked candidates have won key primaries in 2022. The GOP and its leaders are embracing them.
U.S. · TECH · POLITICS
July 29, 202211 min read2172 words
Published: July 29, 2022  |  11 min read2172 words
Some candidates with conspiracy ties are getting big help from a Republican Party eager to retake the House. Part two of “,” an occasional series examining the QAnon movement’s influence in American politics. Halfway through this year’s primaries, at least 15 candidates linked to...
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Jul 31
I was excited to read this article because gone are the days when one could see what Q said according to the anons before every platform decided to impose nanny state tactics to control information. Unfortunately, the article made me sick, sad, and not experience a single chuckle. The quotes are mostly candidates denial of their direct involvement with Q. To see the money moving around supporting the candidates and some of their quotes was hard reading. News consumers should be forewarned that this article will not shelter you from feeling low.
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