Are we surprised? Much like their hero Donald Trump, Qanon is a cult-scam intended to fool people.
The Qanon people “often often talk about protecting children from pedophiles and sex traffickers. They accuse top figures in the Democratic Party and Hollywood of abusing children.”
“Philip Godlewski, who has amassed more than 48,000 followers on YouTube and Telegram” warns his followers that “nefarious global forces practice “Satanic children-torturing so you can drink their blood to get high.”” He also claims “John F. Kennedy Jr. faked his death and will soon return to public life.”
This same individual who keeps company with Michael Flynn, also has a criminal past. Including rape:
- “In 2010, Godlewski was indicted for statutory sexual assault, aggravated indecent assault, and a host of other crimes after allegedly carrying on a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl.”
- “…pleaded guilty last June in an unrelated case over writing a bad check for more than $21,000 in home improvement materials, then falsifying his bank records to cover up the crime.”
Qanon is more than a scam. It is also a national security threat:
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security issued a dire warning to law-enforcement agencies Monday, citing a high risk of extremist violence in the coming weeks due to factors including the easing of COVID restrictions, the anniversaries of past domestic terror attacks, and the QAnon conspiracy theory that former president Donald Trump will be reinstated in August.