The Qanon nuts are getting crazier.
Re the article below: Crokin isn't quite up to speed on the latest idiocy; the general consensus among the Qanon conspiracy kooks is that JFK Jr. is dead, all right -- murdered by (who else?) Hillary.
Liz Crokin: John F. Kennedy Jr. Faked His Death And Is Now QAnon
Last weekend, right-wing journalist and fringe conspiracy theorist Liz Crokin did an interview with online psychic and YouTube host Jenny Moonstone in which she laid out her theory that John F. Kennedy Jr. faked his own death in 1999 and is now behind the QAnon account.
QAnon is an anonymous figure at the center of a right-wing conspiracy theory known as The Storm that alleges that high-ranking members of the Trump administration have been using the 8Chan forum board to drop hints revealing that Robert Mullers [sic] special counsel investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election is really cover for a secret operation to take down a global network of satanic pedophile cannibals. Proponents of this conspiracy theory have increasingly been making their presence known at Trump rallies.
They were nothing more than garden variety Nazis and white supremacists acting like fools....about the same as these QAnon jackasses. The sad thing is the state of the conservative mindset that hears these outlandish things and thinks "yeah...that is DEFINITELY what's going on!"
Mock them loudly and openly. But don't be afraid of them. Laugh at them loudly, tell all your friends and family so they can laugh too.
Don't be afraid of these fools.
The Qanuts are in the same club as the Pizzagate lunatics -- and it was a Pizzagate believer who shot up Comet Pizza while "investigating" the, uh, child-sex-slave ring Hillary was operating out of a non-existent basement -- that is, when she wasn't "spirit-cooking" children in order to extract the fountain of youth from their adrenal glands, or whatever the f**k it is they believe this week.
I do laugh at them... until it hits me again just how unhinged, and potentially dangerous, they are.
My favorite line from the movie True Believer.