President Trump Shocks Journos In Response to QAnon Question: ‘Is That Supposed to be a Bad Thing?’

President Donald Trump shocked reporters today in his refusal to denounce the QAnon movement, even indicating that he might be in lockstep with the anti-pedophile uprising.

“The crux of the theory is this belief that you are secretly saving the world from this satanic cult of pedophiles and cannibals. Does that sound like something that you are behind?” a reporter asked the president during a press conference on Wednesday.

“I haven’t heard that but is that supposed to be a bad thing or a good thing?” Trump responded to gasps in the audience.

“If I can help save the world from problems, I’m willing to do it. I’m willing to put myself out there, and we are actually. We are saving the world from the radical Left philosophy that will destroy this country, and when this country is gone, the rest of the world would follow. That’s the importance of this country,” he added.

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The president’s comments come as Facebook conducts a large-scale purge of QAnon accounts. The social media monopolist reportedly banned 900 pages and groups and 1,500 ads while restricting the reach of over 10,000 Instagram pages and 2,000 Facebook groups related to QAnon on Wednesday.

Facebook claims the QAnon purge is based on their new policy, which reads as follows: “Pages, Groups and Instagram accounts associated with these movements and organizations will be removed when they discuss potential violence.” They have also applied the ban to so-called militia groups. They claim that more censorship is in the works in the days to come.

“This doesn’t mean we’ve captured all of the ones we want to restrict yet,” a spokesperson from Facebook said. “We 100 percent know that they’re going to change their terminology. We don’t think we’re flipping a switch and this won’t be a discussion in a week.”

In bad news for enemies of the QAnon movement, one of its most prominent public advocates is getting ready to go to the U.S. House. Congressional candidate Marjorie Taylor Greene has been pilloried by the political establishment for her support of QAnon but refuses to back down nevertheless.

The political establishment is also frustrated that the popular #SaveTheChildren hashtag on social media has served as a fertile recruitment ground for the QAnon movement.

“It’s unclear who started the QAnon movement – whether it was an individual or a group of people. What is clear is that there is no proof to support its claims,” wrote fake news propagandist Kevin Millard for WXOW 19.

The political establishment is desperate to put the QAnon movement down but lacks the credibility to do so. The constant barrage of attacks against QAnon is only showing what a threat the movement is to the pizza-partying status quo.

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