The QAnon Movement Isn’t Dead. From What I Saw in Dallas, It’s Just Evolving.

The QAnon Movement Isn’t Dead. From What I Saw in Dallas, It’s Just Evolving.

JProject founder Abigail Noel holds a Q sign outside of the Omni Hotel in Dallas, where the For God & Country Patriot Roundup convention was held on May 28, 2021. JProject is not associated with the convention but felt it their duty to come out share their demand for a revote of the 2020 election.In the year 1190, the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick Barbarossa, amid an arduous overland trek to Jerusalem, arrived with his army at the Saleph River, in what is today southern Turkey. He drowned in waist-high water, according to some accounts, weighed down by his armor. Crusades are a dangerous business.Sidney Powell, crusading lawyer of Dallas, is drowning much closer to home. It’s late May, Memorial Day weekend, and she’s speaking to a crowd of nearly a thousand self-described truth seekers. “Truth is the armor of God,” she tells the rapt audience at Eddie Deen’s Ranch, a kitschy wedding and event venue in an awkward corner of the city’s gargantuan convention-center complex. “Deception is destroying this country,” she says. Heathens and unbelievers are “terrified, absolutely terrified…View Original Post

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