Sidney Powell is a beacon of hope for sad Qanon fans

The group idea there: President Trump not only won the election, but also won it in a landslide. Apart from this result, anything else can be evidence of mass election fraud.

But for some Trump supporters, especially those who consciously or not believe in QAnon’s conspiracy theories, this move is pointless. Three weeks ago, they insisted on the idea that it would be a miracle for Trump to come out victorious and the Liberals to stay in tears. They haven’t changed their minds yet.

This is where Sidney Powell came in. Working with Powell Trump’s legal team, he has become a key face in making false allegations about election fraud. Trump’s secluded legal team hasn’t changed much about being seen as a hero in the minds of QAnon believers — in fact, for some, it has only reinforced their belief that he and Trump are planning a final victory together.

Dreams of a Trump landslide

QAnon followers needed to re-elect Trump: his defeat is even more evidence that the spun narrative of Trump’s insider and an influencer of the anonymous “Q” was unrelated to reality. Some acknowledged a little caution that Q predicted for three years without the predicted events ever materializing.

QAnon has long promised that Trump will grasp the deep state. One of his first posts in 2017 claimed that Hillary Clinton would be arrested.

About a hundred people gathered last month in a conference room at a resort in Scottsdale listened as various speakers stood up on the podium. That day, performers (mostly men) and the like make money from QAnon. They run online radio shows, sell QAnon goods, and publish self-published books. Some just ask for a donation outright.

Their message to the audience: Be patient and trust Q. Everything becomes new after Trump is re-elected.

Then Trump lost. Whoever has a “Q” has barely entered since election day.

The Scottsdale speakers could be considered priests of QAnon – in fact, some referred to certain Q-entries that day as if it were a gospel.

This messiah has mostly been silent since the election.

Ment Powell

Conspiracy theories are no stranger to Powell. His lawyer is a QAnon hero – Michael Flynn, President Trump’s embarrassed former national security adviser.

His performance at last week’s Trump campaign press conference (before the campaign broke away from him) was a fundamental feed for QAnon’s followers.

In doing so, he claimed without evidence that the Democratic Party had cheated on the election conspiracy and that Hugo Chavez’s spirit was coupled with foreign interference, and mentioned China and George Soros as good measures.

His diary award was so lacking in proof that even Fox News called Tucker Carlson. For some of QAnon’s followers, however, it was a sermon — a collection of points of conversation and conspiracy theories behind which they could come together, an opportunity to keep the imagination alive.

In the days since, Powell’s unfounded claims have been diverted via the internet by QAnon’s supporters. A speaker at an Arizona conference on Monday retweeted an entry that called Powell “our lawyer doing God’s work to preserve our republic!”

According to Big Tech platforms, QAnon’s conspiracy theories have been abolished and even banned – but they can still be found on all major social media platforms.

Powell may not be plastering “Q” on his forehead, Flynn and he have posted online messages that QAnon’s followers see as signs.

In July, Flynn posted a video where he takes an oath after which he repeats the terms and slogans that characterize QAnon. He also repeatedly uses terms on social media that are popular with QAnon supporters.
Powell denied that Flynn’s video was a QAnon dog whistle, and told CNN in July, “General Flynn and I are both encouraging the love and patriotism of this great country. None of us know Q, but we appreciate the support we receive from everyone. we have been given in the fight for Truth and Justice. “

One of Q’s great promises is a metaphorical “storm” that will elevate Washington’s supposed “deep state”.

Powell’s Twitter profile picture takes a picture of him and Flynn in a lightning strike at the U.S. Capitol. He also retweeted prominent supporters of QAnon.

For QAnon followers, the message is clear – Powell stands by them.