What is QAnon, the conspiracy theory group showing up to Trump rallies? | News Sponsored by

by TrumpShop.Net on Aug 03, 2018

A man holds a ‘Q’ sign while waiting to enter a Pennsylvania rally with President Trump.  (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) As President Trump has traveled across the country this week, a number of spectators have been spotted holding up giant cutouts of the letter Q and wearing T-shirts with the hashtag, #WeAreQ.  So who are they?  Under the radar until now, they are members of the fringe, right-wing group QAnon which believes in massive conspiracies in the media and the so-called “deep state” to take down Trump. The group “is just hitting the right audience at the right time given the right circumstance,” Joseph Uscinski, a University of Miami professor who co-authored the book “American Conspiracy Theories,” told The Associated Press. He said the topics appeal to many who are already inclined to believe conspiracy theories.

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