Trump to be President Again on March 4th, According to QAnon Lore
The conspiracy theory lives on…
Donald Trump may have be outside of the public limelight, but the strange conspiracy theories surrounding him are going nowhere.
The former President is laying fairly low at Mar-a-Lago as of late, with the occasional released statement finding its way into the public consciousness, and one major speech at CPAC having occurred.
But, if you’re a devoted follower of QAnon, there is now reason to believe that Donald Trump will be President again…within the week.
QANON believers are convinced that Donald Trump will return to the White House next week after a “military investigation” into President Joe Biden.
March 4 has become the latest date which the QAnon conspiracy storm is swirling around as proponents believe Trump will somehow be reinstalled as president.
QAnon is a wide-ranging belief which covers all manner of outlandish claims, but its most central tenant is that Trump has been waging a secret war on a cabal of child-eating satanic paedophiles.
The latest bizarre connecting of the dots pushes that Trump will be “inaugurated” on March 4 and will be installed as the 19th President of the United States – rolling back the union to the form it had in 1871.
The QAnon theory has gone mainstream in recent months, leading to a number of bizarre incidents, including a time when a fur and horns-adorned “shaman” stormed the Capitol back on January 6th, in the name of spiritually bolstering “Q” themselves.
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