The mainstream media is desperately trying to paint President Trump and his legal team as a bunch of delusional conspiracy theorists. They’re also trying to tie him to QAnon, while claiming they’re a far-right hate group. Do people actually believe this garbage?
Mainstream media is terrified of QAnon
The Lefties at Vice published an article calling President Trump’s claims of voter fraud “baseless, wild and dangerous.” The evidence presented suggests the allegations are not baseless, and most would consider rigging an election as wild and dangerous, but the MSM have an obvious agenda here. Now they’re trying to tie Trump to the group QAnon due to his relationship with attorney Sidney Powell and General Michael Flynn, who often tweet messages in support of the group.
The QAnon theory centers around anonymous tipsters — believed to be connected to the Trump administration — who drop clues on Trump’s purported war against the Deep State, which is comprised of politicians, business executives, and Hollywood elites who abuse children and practice Satan worship.
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) criticized President Trump’s “unwillingness to denounce an absurd and dangerous conspiracy theory” — a reference to October’s town hall with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie, who demanded the president to denounce the QAnon theory.
“The President’s unwillingness to denounce an absurd and dangerous conspiracy theory continues an alarming pattern: politicians and parties refuse to forcefully and convincingly repudiate groups like antifa, white supremacists, and conspiracy peddlers,” Romney said in a statement.
“Similarly troubling is their silence regarding anti-vaxxers, militias, and anarchists,” he continued, accusing such politicians of coddling and adopting the “rabid fringes” while “eagerly trading their principles for the hope of electoral victories.”
President Trump wont back down
During October’s town hall forum in Miami, Savannah Guthrie relentlessly badgered President Trump and demanded him to condemn QAnon.
“Let me ask you about QAnon. It is this theory that Democrats are a satanic pedophile ring and that you are the savior of that. Now can you just once and for all state that that is completely not true and disavow QAnon in its entirety?” Guthrie asked.
“I know nothing about QAnon,” Trump said.
“I just told you,” Guthrie replied.
“I know very little. You told me, but what you tell me doesn’t necessarily make it fact. I hate to say that. I know nothing about it. I do know they are very much against pedophilia. They fight it very hard. But I know nothing about it. If you’d like me to study the subject— ” Trump continued before Guthrie interrupted, reiterating the theory.
“I’ll tell you what I do know about. I know about Antifa, and I know about the radical left, and I know how violent they are and how vicious they are, and I know how they are burning down cities run by Democrats not run by Republicans,” he told her.
Guthrie followed up by quoting Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE), who called the QAnon theory nuts. “Why not just say it’s crazy and not true,” she pressed.
“He may be right. Can I be honest? He may be right I just don’t know about QAnon,” he said as Guthrie continued to interrupt, insisting that he did know.
“I don’t know. No, I don’t know. I don’t know. You tell me all about it. Let’s waste a whole show. You start off with white supremacy. I denounce it. You start off with something else, let’s go. Keep asking me these questions,” he said.
“Let me just tell you what I do hear about it is they are very strongly against pedophilia, and I agree with that. I mean, I do agree with that and I agree with it very strongly,” he added, insisting that he has no idea if there is a covert satanic pedophile group.
“No, I don’t know that, and neither do you know that,” Trump said, asking Guthrie why she had not asked him about the radical left — Antifa, specifically.
“Antifa exists. They’re vicious. They’re violent. They kill people, and they’re burning down our cities and they happen to be radical.” These radical left wing journalists have no respect for our great president.
Trump: "I know nothing about QAnon. I know very little."
Guthrie: "I just told you."
Trump: "You told me, but what you tell me doesn't necessarily make it fact. I hate to say that." pic.twitter.com/08ngfKQ34G
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 16, 2020