Twitter Cracks Down on QAnon. Does the Deep State Feel Threatened?
Written by Luis Miguel
Social-media giant Twitter announced Tuesday that it has begun a purge of content related to QAnon, the online community of Trump supporters who believe the president is leading a secret war against a cabal of Satanic elites.
Twitter says it will ban many QAnon followers, citing alleged misinformation and harassment of other users. It will also stop recommending accounts tied to the movement, including in-email and follow recommendations. Additionally, the platform seeks to limit QAnon circulation in features such as trends and search.
According to a company spokesperson, the efforts are expected to limit approximately 150,000 accounts. The spokesman asked to remain unnamed due to supposed fears of harassment from QAnon followers. He added that Twitter has already taken down 7,000 QAnon-related accounts.
NBC News reports:
The spokesperson said that while the targeted enforcement fell under Twitter’s existing platform manipulation rules, its classification of QAnon material and behavior as coordinated harmful activity was a new designation. The spokesperson said Twitter was acting now because of rising harm associated with the conspiracy theory.
Twitter plans to permanently ban accounts that violate policies around platform manipulation, evasion of bans and operation of multiple accounts, behaviors commonly used by QAnon accounts, the spokesperson said. Twitter began blocking QAnon websites last week, and it will continue to block the distribution of QAnon-related URLs, the spokesperson said.
The premise behind QAnon is that the Deep State, the group of elites who exercise control over much of government, business, the media, education, and Hollywood, are ultimately Satanic and are involved in a widespread pedophilia and child sex-trafficking network.
According to the posts by a user named “Q” on the imageboard 8chan (originally 4chan), President Trump is aware of the Deep State’s actions and is working behind the scenes to dismantle the cabal; the president’s crusade is expected to culminate in The Storm, a series of mass arrests and military tribunals of the elites.
“Q,” the anonymous poster (or posters) of the cryptic, ambiguous “drops” that are often open to user interpretation, is believed to be someone “in the know,” whether the president himself or someone in his administration. The letter “Q” refers to the Q clearance, which is the U.S. Department of Energy security clearance for Top Secret information.
QAnon began with posts on 4Chan by a person identifying him or herself as “Q Clearance Patriot” in October 2017. In a thread titled “The Calm Before the Storm,” the user gave insight into a cryptic comment President Trump made at a gathering of American military leaders, in which he spoke of “the calm before the storm.”
Observers often see QAnon as the spiritual successor to the Pizzagate movement, which also posits that there is a network of underground pedophile child sex traffickers that includes powerful individuals such as the Clintons.
While critics of QAnon often deride it as “baseless” (the word that continues to pop up in many mainstream media outlets’ reporting) due to the mysterious nature of the drops and Q’s anonymous identity, the heart of the movement is grounded in the well-documented machinations of the globalists that patriot organizations such as The John Birch Society and The New American magazine have been exposing for decades. This is not to imply that QAnon is to be seen as credible, however, as many of the drops are cryptic and could be interpreted in different ways, and some the predictions have turned out to be false. Neither this magazine nor its parent organization, The John BIrch Society, endorse QAnon.
That being said, there certainly is a Deep State composed of the world’s wealthiest individuals, who seek to create a one-world government, is well-documented and has been admitted by the cabal’s associates.
The Deep State also has a long history of implementing Satanic themes and symbols within its secret societies, such as at Bohemian Grove, Skull and Bones, and others. Moreover, it has always made war on Christianity and Christian morality, an assault which is more apparent now than ever before as we witness the normalization of things such as homosexuality and transgenderism with the simultaneous banning of prayer and Bible reading in schools.
Furthermore, the revelations of deceased financier Jeffrey Epstein’s underage sex trafficking and his connections to Deep State front groups such as the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission, as well his his links to the intelligence community and friendship with elites such as the Clintons and various billionaires, are not far from QAnon’s claims. And one can already see the establishment slowly pushing to normalize pedophilia.
One thing is for certain: If QAnon wasn’t problematic for the establishment, the social-media companies they control wouldn’t be banning it. Their latest purge of the “baseless conspiracy theory” suggests they feel threatened by it.
Luis Miguel is a marketer and writer whose journalistic endeavors shed light on the Deep State, the immigration crisis, and the enemies of freedom. Follow his exploits on Facebook, Twitter, Bitchute, and at luisantoniomiguel.com.
Courtesy of The New American