‘We Are Your Family Now’: What It’s Like to Lose a Loved One to QAnon
Millions of Americans are grieving the loss of mothers, fathers, partners and siblings to an extremist conspiracy cult quickly gaining power in media and politics
QAnon, the right-wing conspiracy cult whose disciples believe President Donald Trump is secretly taking down a global cabal of Satan-worshipping pedophiles, has become a force in politics and culture faster than Fox News and Eric Trump could jump to its defense and downplay what the FBI called a domestic-terrorism threat. The group has “uncovered a lot of great stuff,” says host Jesse Watters.
But as QAnon-centric groups and pages on Facebook grow in influence and magnitude, so does the number of QAnon-supporting 2020 candidates — along with new cases of violence, murder and kidnapping connected to the group...