The resolution “condemning QAnon and rejecting the conspiracy theories it promotes” was introduced on Tuesday by New Jersey Democrat Tom Malinowski and Virginia Republican Denver Riggleman, citing ‘experts’ from the FBI to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to claim QAnon adherents are anti-Semitic conspiracy theorists threatening the American way of life.
Of course, like a Democrat claiming Republicans are guilty of something, if the ADL is condemning someone or something, then you can pretty much be assured it’s the opposite of what happening in reality.
The Qanon resolution also urges the FBI and other law enforcement agencies to “strengthen their focus on preventing violence, threats, harassment, and other criminal activity by extremists motivated by fringe political conspiracy theories.”
And still, there’s more…
The House resolution also “urges all Americans, regardless of our beliefs or partisan affiliations, to seek information from authoritative sources, and to engage in political debate from a common factual foundation.”
The resolution comes on the heels of dozens of the Democrats mainstream media cohorts calling for QAnon-related content to be censored by social media.
However, QAnon supporters and the 63 million Trump voters have argued the mainstream media networks are just fake news, as well as proving MSM’s so-called “fact-checkers” are nothing more than Democrat cronies doing their master’s bidding.
The reality is the Black Lives Matter organization followers and Antifa pose a far greater danger to Americans as evidenced by the rioting taking place in Seattle. 89 straight nights of Rioting, looting, and violence in Portland. Or more recently, the past three nights in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
While at the same time being completely oblivious to the death, and destruction being caused by BLM rioters, and Antifa anarchist.
QAnon and the conspiracy theories it promotes are a danger and a threat that has no place in our country's politics. I condemn this movement and urge all Americans to join me in taking this step to exclude them and other extreme conspiracy theories from the national discourse. https://t.co/g10c1XGsWo
— Congressman Denver Riggleman (@RepRiggleman) August 25, 2020
I think you have a typo. You said QAnon, but I’m pretty sure you were talking about Antifa or BLM, since they are the ones being violent.
— SD_Mom (@lori_socal) August 25, 2020
Idiotic assholes! Condemn BLM- they are burning cities down
— Las Comadres (@ExDemLatina) August 26, 2020
Now do ANTIFA. The ones that are actually out creating chaos and destruction, burning things to the ground. Qanons are simply people choosing to think for themselves…to do their own research. Since when is that a danger to society. Do your research! Quit listening to MSM!!!
— Theddee (@Theddee2) August 25, 2020