Friday night, a week after his network mate John Oliver delved into the suffocating absurdity of QAnon, a conspiracy theory postulating that an undercover agent named Q is leaking knowledge online about how Trump is carrying out a secret war against a Satan-worshiping Hollywood and Democratic Elite cabal, baby-eaters, pedophiles who extract children’s fear for a drug they are devilishly addicted to called Adrenochrome (or the plot of the Pixar movie Monsters Inc.
), Bill Maher joined in the madness.”Now that Republicans have started to welcome QAnon into politics, it’s time Americans learned what it is,” the Real time
the host explained. “QAnon is a growing movement within the Republican Party that believes the world is run behind the scenes by a small group of elitist liberals and Hollywood celebrities who are both Satan worshipers and baby-eating and carrying pedophiles. red shoes to signal their membership in this group. A group that includes Hillary Clinton, Tom Hanks, Ellen DeGeneres, the Pope and every president since Reagan.
The reason the HBO comics dove into this quirk is because the Republican Party nearly elected its first candidate QAnon to Congress in Marjorie Taylor Greene, a racist conspiracy theorist representing Georgia’s 14th Very Red Congressional District. To make matters worse, President Trump not only applauded his main victory, but hugged the QAnon crowd, calling them people who “love our country”.
This is why it makes sense within QAnon that Trump, whom most Americans see as a sexual creep who shows up on half-dressed beauty pageant contestants and tells underage girls that he will date them in ten years, is actually the Christian savior who will destroy these sex demons, ”Maher said, leaving aside the fact that Trump was also good friends with the late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
He then added, “This is also why it makes perfect sense that I, Bill Maher, libertine, atheist, pot smoker and hater Trump, am Q. I am.
“And true Q followers know that’s the truth, because it makes the least sense. Think, people! That’s all I’m saying! Take what you thought, turn it over, then assume the opposite of what you know is not true, and then and only then do you think like a true QAnon.
Taylor Greene is unfortunately not alone. There are 71 Republican candidates running this year who espoused QAnon’s beliefs, and former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn – along with his family – filmed himself taking the QAnon ‘oath’ and posted the video online.
So Maher left the Q crowd with some voting advice: “If you go to the polls, my fellow QAnoners, of course, go proudly and pull the lever for the one man who will make America great again: Kanye West.