As someone accurately described in response to this madness on Twitter, "Lin Wood fell out of the crazy tree and hit *every* branch on the way down."
Billing it as “the largest Trump rally in U.S. history,” an aggregation of red-hatted Donald Trump fanatics have organized what they hope will be a massive demonstration of support for Trump.
All signs point to yes.
Remember when many Very Serious People were praising Tucker Carlson for taking the pandemic seriously and persuading the president that it wasn't a hoax?
Jesse Watters hat-tipped QAnon, the dangerous group of conspiracy theorists who push nonsense like Pizzagate.
Sinclair Broadcasting released a statement that it would delay airing a segment featuring coronavirus conspiracy theorist Judy Mikovits and her lawyer, Larry Klayman, but it's too little too late as the damage has already been done.
Sergeants Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins made an appearance on Fox's Your World with Neil Cavuto with a QAnon mug in the background in his office.
Mullins claimed he "borrowed" someone else's office, but as many have pointed out, it's not the first time he's given an interview from the same office, with the same mug in the background.
Over at Free Republic, the wingnuts and conspiracy theorists are none too happy with an article from the Dallas Morning News about the rising number of coronavirus infections in Texas and the governor's response.
The Oregon GOP nominee for the U.S. Senate, Jo Rae Perkins, decided to let her “Q light” shine on a Facebook livestream earlier this week—and it was a doozy.
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