Trump believes QAnon claims he is fighting pedophiles refusing to reject extremist conspiracy theories

President Donald Trump has said he believes "very strongly" that one of the main schools of thought in the extremist conspiracy movement, QAnon, is fighting the "deep state" of pedophiles.

 

Trump believes QAnon claims he is fighting pedophiles refusing to reject extremist conspiracy theories

"Let me just say what I've heard about him is strongly against pedophilia, and I agree with that," Trump said Thursday on NBC's Town Hall program. "And I strongly agree with that."

 

QAnon followers believe Trump is a conspiracy theorist fighting devil-worshiping, child-abusing Democrats that spread on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Google-owned YouTube. In recent weeks, Facebook and Twitter have cracked down on QAnon. Google's YouTube banned it on Thursday.

 

During the town hall, Trump claimed that he knew nothing more about Q-On when today's show co-anchor Savannah Guthrie asked him to dismiss her.

 

During a press conference at the White House in August, Trump also claimed that he did not know much about QAnon but praised his believers, adding that he had heard that he "liked me very much." "And" love our country. "

 

"The theory is that the Democrats are the devil's pedophile, and you're the savior," Gutierrez told Trump Thursday. "Now can you just say once and for all states that it is not entirely true and can completely reject QAnon?"

 

Trump replied, "I don't know anything about QAnon." "I know very little."

 

He added: "I know they are very much against pedophilia. They fight it very hard. But I don't know anything about it.

 

Michael Jensen, a senior researcher at the University of Maryland, told USA TODY that QAon benefits from legitimate efforts to address concerns about child vulnerability and child abuse that expose its broader perspective to unshakable Americans. ۔

 

"Child abuse stories are effective in mobilizing people to support the movement, even if it is based on conspiracy theories," Jensen said. "We are now looking at the law with the use of the slogan 'Children, Children', which has garnered support. From more mainstream, people who do not have to subscribe to all aspects of the conspiracy.

 

Observers say baseless claims of pedophilia are creating a toxic mixture of extreme polarization and partisanship, growing mistrust in government institutions, epidemic-affected social isolation and immovable online culture that prompts dangerous misinformation. Can integrate into the national mainstream.

 

Crimes against children are the basis of many conspiracy theories because they are so horrific globally and can explode into national insanities, such as the disappearance of Lindbergh's child in the 1930s, the assassination of John Bent Ramsey in the 1990s Allegations of sexual trafficking. Emerson Brooking, a resident of the Atlantic Council's Digital Forensic Research Lab, says the convicted sex the offender is Jeffrey Epstein.

 

"Presenting themselves as protectors of children and investigators of unspeakable crimes, Kevin's followers try to take over the moral high ground. No matter how horrible they do, they can say that they are doing this for a good cause only.

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