QAnon Revealed

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FYI- If you're really high and forget what thread you're in... Man, it's a wild ride from "Huh?" to "The fuck?!" to "Ohhh" to "Oh" to "Ohhhhh" to "Oh fuck."

There was a pause somewhere in there as I zoomed my browser because I'm so high that I can't read small font. During this time, I realize my heart is racing. It's a terrifying thing to realize that you're in the real world and real people believe this shit, all at once.
 
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FYI- If you're really high and forget what thread you're in... Man, it's a wild ride from "Huh?" to "The fuck?!" to "Ohhh" to "Oh" to "Ohhhhh" to "Oh fuck."

There was pause somewhere in there as I zoomed my browser because I'm so high that I can't read small font. During this time, I realize my heart is racing. It's a terrifying thing to realize that you're in the real world and real people believe this shit, all at once.
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Two Independents and the rest Republicans...strange...
 

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ADL asks Pelosi, McCarthy to keep QAnon-backing lawmakers off committees
WASHINGTON — The Anti-Defamation League is asking House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., to block committee assignments for new members who have supported the far-right QAnon conspiracy movement.

The civil rights group's CEO and national director, Jonathan A. Greenblatt, sent the House leaders a letter urging them "to take note of any members of the 117th Congress who have endorsed, given credence to or intentionally promoted QAnon content, to remove them from the Democratic Caucus and Republican Conference, and to decline to assign them to Congressional committees."

While the letter, obtained by NBC news and dated to last week, didn't name names, Rep.-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., has attracted national attention for having promoted QAnon content.

A spokesman for McCarthy, who as caucus leader oversees Republican committee assignments, didn't immediately respond to an email asking if Greene will be permitted on panels.

The Democratic-led House voted in October to condemn QAnon in a resolution which noted that "many QAnon followers express anti-Semitic views." FBI agents have linked the extremist movement to domestic terrorism threats. Greenblatt said barring QAnon's promoters from committees would send the right message.

"Such a decisive and meaningful action will make clear that the U.S. House of Representatives will not allow division to take hold under the banner of such conspiratorial belief systems," he wrote. "Silence and inaction in the face of such unacceptable conduct allows the conspiracy to grow unchallenged."
 

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