There are those who believe that Donald Trump’s pet National Security Adviser (NSA) Michael Flynn is the “Q” in QAnon. Someone has to be behind the cracked-pot treasure hunt. The conspiracy theorists’ clues do not come out of thin air.
Certainly, Flynn has been one of the conspiracy group’s finest representatives. He signed books with the QAnon slogan and took its oath of office as seriously as he took the one to the USA. Appropriately, QAnon’s symbol was a snake forming the letter “Q” with a twist in it. Need one of the organization’s T-shirts? Just ask him. What about a quilt? Ditto.
The whole thing began falling down around Flynn’s ankles when he made the wrong enemy. Just like the endless snake-shaped “Q” each of the crooked characters in this plot devours the one in front of it.
The kid who killed two protesters had an attorney named Lin Wood. Kyle Rittenhouse said the old guy was “insane,” took advantage of him, and he wants Wood to fork over the two million dollars bond money, according to The Rolling Stone. The shooter claimed that Wood kept him locked up to make money off of the case’s publicity.
Wood was enraged, saying that Flynn and Trump attorney Sidney Powell had not defended him well enough. So the QAnon supporting attorney went to war with Flynn and fired a particularly ugly missile. The attorney taped their phone calls, and during one of those conversations, the ex-three-star general called QAnon “total nonsense,” The Daily Beast reported:
‘I find it total nonsense. And I think it’s a disinformation campaign created by the left.’
Wood complained to Flynn that the ex-general’s QAnon friends attacked the attorney. Flynn was taped saying he had his own conspiracy theory over who was behind QAnon, a “disinformation campaign” dreamed up by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA):
‘I think it’s a disinformation campaign. I think it’s a disinformation campaign that the CIA created. That’s what I believe. Now, I don’t know that for a fact, but that’s what I think it is. I think it’s a disinformation campaign.’
On the tape, Flynn said that he would send Wood an article he found about QAnon written by a white supremacist talk show host and January 6 proponent Hal Turner. The white nationalist laughed at the branch of QAnon followers who believed John F. Kennedy Jr. would return from the not-so-dead dead. The article said only “mass slaughter” would motivate QAnon people who were “too cowardly to stand up, pick up guns, and go kill the people.” Flynn apparently agreed.
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