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Since its origin three years ago, QAnon has festered in the darker corners of the internet. Now the group's followers, who call themselves "believers," have found a niche on social media and within the US Republican Party.

No matter who wins the GOP runoff for the Sixteenth Congressional District, Republicans in El Paso appear poised to nominate someone who has at least entertained QAnon's ideas.

PizzaGate — the false theory targeting Democrats — is now being fueled by QAnon and teenagers on TikTok, entangling new targets. Like Justin Bieber.

POTUS out retweeting accounts with QAnon tags in their bios. As usual.

Since its origin three years ago, QAnon has festered in the darker corners of the internet. Now the group's followers, who call themselves "believers," have found a niche on social media and within the Republican Party.

QAnon scores wins, creating GOP problem

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Gun rights activist who supports QAnon defeats five-term congressman endorsed by Trump

Since its origin three years ago, QAnon has festered in the darker corners of the internet. Now the group's followers, who call themselves "believers," have found a niche on social media and within the US Republican Party.

Born on the dark fringes of the internet, QAnon is now infiltrating mainstream American life and politics:

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Since its origin three years ago, QAnon has festered in the darker corners of the internet. Now the group's followers, who call themselves "believers," have found a niche on social media and within the Republican Party.

The internet has connected us in ways unimaginable. But the QAnon community — united in the belief that the world is run by a criminal elite — shows the dangers of that power. Listen to “Rabbit Hole” with @kevinroose . 

Earlier today, a number of advisers spent time telling the president not to tweet and going over why it was making things worse. Now, he’s tweeting folks using QANon slogans.

QAnon, a baseless but sprawling pro-Trump conspiracy theory, began online in 2017. It has since attracted thousands of followers, bringing what researchers call a cult and what the FBI says is a potential domestic terror threat into the offline world.

New: Danielle Stella, the QAnon-dabbling Republican aiming to unseat Ilhan Omar, has been arrested twice this year for alleged shoplifting. She’s charged with felony theft for allegedly stealing $2,300 worth of stuff from a Target

Last week Trump was retweeting QAnon conspiracy theorists and promoting himself as “heaven sent.” This week he’s dropping bombs on Iranian generals and bringing us to the brink of war. This man is dangerously unhinged.

NEW — The Trump campaign released an ad with clear, noticeable QAnon signs in it Via @willsommer 

Today, Trump retweeted: 1. A Pizzagate conspiracy theorist 2. A Qanon conspiracy theorist 3. A conspiracy theorist who believes the New Zealand massacre was a plot to limit gun rights He's elevating the most unhinged, deranged voices By tomorrow we'll forget it even happened

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