Alysin Camerota described how one South Carolina mom who became a Qanon follower actually feared that she and her daughter "would have to go into hiding after President Biden took office because of all the disinformation she fell for. Then, her Qanon fever broke and she came to her senses. Donie O'Sullivan joins us with her story. Tell us what happened, her whole trajectory."
"Many followers of Qanon still believe this conspiracy theory, but we spoke to one woman who voted for Trump in November but recently just realized Qanon is a lie. Have a listen," O'Sullivan said.
Vaderbilt explains how she started seeing conspiracy theories on TikTok.
"Before the inauguration, you didn't think Joe Biden was going to get sworn in," O'Sullivan said.
"How do you feel now, knowing that you believed all this stuff?"
"After finding Qanon through TikTok, Ashley said the only thing that may have pulled her out of it before the inauguration was if Trump spoke out against it," O'Sullivan said.