QAnon conspiracy theory supporters appeared at rally

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Many supporters of QAnon conspiracy theory, which Many Hollywood celebrities, Washington politicians are into, are upset, and can be the danger to everyone, according to FBI. The FBI established a bulletin, where warning words are written, for the rally where the supporters appeared.

As to the bulletin, the QAnon supporters, including Pizzagate ones, may be reason violence. In 2016 Pizzagate supporters stated that Politicians took a pizzeria for child sex violation.

According to the bulletin, “the FBI assesses these conspiracy theories very likely will emerge, spread and evolve in the modern information marketplace, occasionally driving both groups and individual extremists to carry out criminal or violent acts.

It also warns about unexplained accusations against an individual or business that may reveal a sign of upcoming crime or violence under conspiracy theory.

At the Trump’s rally in Cincinnati, a supporter named Brandon Straka used a QAnon slogan: “where we go one, we go all.”

QAnon experts believe that the Trump campaign managed to conduct a global battle against a child sex ring with “Q” as a symbol of the theory.


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