The QAnon conspiracy movement predicted that right now, Donald Trump would still be president of the United States but instead, supporters were left disappointed yet again.
- QAnon is an extreme conspiracy theory movement based on message board posts made by a user known as Q
- The movement falsely believed Donald Trump would be inaugurated on January 20 this year, despite losing the election
- Meagan, an Australian woman, says she is worried for a life-long friend who recently admitted she believed in QAnon
The movement keeps prophesying events that never end up happening, but believers are somehow able to keep justifying their continued belief.
Many adherents to the QAnon conspiracy theory believed right up until the moment Joe Biden was inaugurated that Mr Trump was about to enact martial law and arrest Mr Biden, said researcher of extremism and longtime observer of QAnon, Travis View.
“They also thought that he might get sent to Guantanamo Bay or possibly even be executed, along…
— to www.abc.net.au