The "QAnon" Fraud!

marke

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Keep in mind as you read below that according to Bob Enyart, the QAnon crowd "are all pro-Trump people who truly have a problem with mental illness."

"Among all religious people, white evangelical Protestants were the most likely to wholly accept QAnon, with the poll finding that 22 percent of the group fully believe the conspiracy, while 58 percent are 'doubters' and only 21 percent reject it."


So 22% of white evangelicals believe in QAnon, and the article goes on to state that "23 percent of Republicans fully accept the conspiracy." These people comprise virtually the entire base of the Republican Party. So according to Bob Enyart, the base of the Republican Party is mentally ill.

Furthermore, 58% of evangelicals are "on the fence" about QAnon. That means that 58% of white evangelicals are "on the fence" about mental illness. That sounds about right.
I must admit I still don't know what QAnon is or who believes it or does not believe it or why. I think the arguments against it have convinced me it is not something I should involve myself with on one side or the other.
 

ok doser

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I must admit I still don't know what QAnon is or who believes it or does not believe it or why. I think the arguments against it have convinced me it is not something I should involve myself with on one side or the other.
I would know nothing about it if not for LUser Name's bizarre obsession with it.
 

Arthur Brain

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Considering that virtually the entire base of the Republican Party is dominated by QAnon followers, I suspect that both of you know quite a bit more about it than you're letting on.
Anyone, at least any regular user on here knows fine well about Q Anon with the thread that Jefferson continually updated alone:


Understandable in some ways that folk on the far right want to distance themselves away from the lunacy and bat crazy nonsense but the feigned ignorance is laughable.
 

ok doser

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Considering that virtually the entire base of the Republican Party is dominated by QAnon followers, I suspect that both of you know quite a bit more about it than you're letting on.
I suspect your insanity drives you to believe this is true, but it's really only a delusional fantasy, although I'm sure you find it comforting 🙂
 

Right Divider

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Matthew 28:19
Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost:

It seems there may be few on earth other than Christians to each all nations that God hates sexual perversions like sodomy.
That command was given to a very small group of Israelite's. Churchanity has turned it into a myth about "all Christians".
Mat 28:16-20 KJV Then the eleven disciples went away into Galilee, into a mountain where Jesus had appointed them. (17) And when they saw him, they worshipped him: but some doubted. (18) And Jesus came and spake unto them, saying, All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth. (19) Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: (20) Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world. Amen.
 

marke

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Considering that virtually the entire base of the Republican Party is dominated by QAnon followers, I suspect that both of you know quite a bit more about it than you're letting on.
Typical modern democrat and leftist delusion: 'The entire republican party is packed with QAnon followers, in spite of what they say to the contrary.'

Typical democrat delusion of 150 years ago: 'All blacks are animals made to serve the white man.'

Typical Christian response to democrat delusions: 'Leftist enemies of God don't know how badly they are being deluded by the devil.'
 

marke

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Anyone, at least any regular user on here knows fine well about Q Anon with the thread that Jefferson continually updated alone:


Understandable in some ways that folk on the far right want to distance themselves away from the lunacy and bat crazy nonsense but the feigned ignorance is laughable.
Falsely accusing innocent people of knowing and/or supporting things they know nothing about is a sin and should be rebuked by every God-honoring Christian everywhere.
 

marke

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That command was given to a very small group of Israelite's. Churchanity has turned it into a myth about "all Christians".
I understand there are those who believe God has not called Christians to go into all the world to preach and teach the Bible to every creature, but I am not one of those.
 

Arthur Brain

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Falsely accusing innocent people of knowing and/or supporting things they know nothing about is a sin and should be rebuked by every God-honoring Christian everywhere.
She's not being "falsely accused". She has promoted all sorts of lunatic conspiracy rubbish that you yourself have admitted knowing next to nothing about. Now you do.
 

User Name

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Typical modern democrat and leftist delusion: 'The entire republican party is packed with QAnon followers, in spite of what they say to the contrary.'
If you really don't know what QAnon is at this late stage, then you are one of the very few who don't. But then you are ignorant about so much that I really shouldn't be surprised.
 

Arthur Brain

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If you really don't know what QAnon is at this late stage, then you are one of the very few who don't. But then you are ignorant about so much that I really shouldn't be surprised.
It's not like it hasn't garnered enough attention on the news or anything...
 

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I understand there are those who believe God has not called Christians to go into all the world to preach and teach the Bible to every creature, but I am not one of those.
Your post is a NON-SEQUITUR.... but I get that a lot since most Christians believe in Churchianity more then Biblical Christianity.
 

marke

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Add Ken Starr to the list of Republicans who gave their all to get Jeffrey Epstein off the hook back in 2008:


And by the way, "Starr recently came back into public consciousness when he joined former President Trump's defense team in his first impeachment trial in 2020."

So Ken Starr is yet another Trump toady who defended Epstein.
I agree that republicans have done bad things. Everyone knows that. What democrats seem not to know is that democrats have done some horribly bad things as well, which may explain why so many biased democrat cultists only criticize sinners if those sinners are not democrats.
 

User Name

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What democrats seem not to know is that democrats have done some horribly bad things as well, which may explain why so many biased democrat cultists only criticize sinners if those sinners are not democrats.

What explains why so many biased republican cultists only criticize sinners if those sinners are not republicans?
 
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