Is there a QAnon covid-19 connection? What does QAnon say about COVID-19 or coronavirus (AKA the Wuhan virus)? Is it true that QAnon supporters believe in drinking bleach to prevent or cure diseases?

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QAnon Coronavirus News: What Has QAnon Said?

As of March 24, 2020, QAnon had only posted once about coronavirus. Here’s that post.

Before then, some mainstream media (MSM) headlines had claimed that “QAnon advocates MMS bleach as cure” for coronavirus (source), or that “QAnon Conspiracy Theorists’ Magic Cure for Coronavirus Is Drinking Lethal Bleach” (source).

These headlines were misleading or downright false.

Here’s why.

  1. QAnon had only posted once about coronavirus.
  2. QAnon had never suggested that anyone drink bleach or use the “Miracle Mineral Solution” (MMS) for any reason.
  3. The MSM hates Q because Q constantly talks about media corruption.

Let’s examine these key points in greater detail.

There had been only ONE Official "Coronavirus QAnon" Post

You can read QAnon posts for free, because Q has posted anonymously on a single Internet forum ever since the first QAnon post in 2017. As of 2020, that forum is 8kun.

Several wonderful websites also collect or aggregate QAnon posts so you can research QAnon topics more easily.

QAnon has only posted once about COVID-19 as of March 25, 2020.

This hasn’t stopped the MSM from lying about Q.

QAnon Has Never Recommended Drinking Bleach

Some QAnon supporters appear to believe that the MMS supplement has healing properties.

However, anyone can claim to be a QAnon follower / supporter / believer. How can we be certain that the MSM isn’t citing sources pretending to believe in Q just to make Q supporters look bad?

Also, there is no cost for reading QAnon’s posts (sometimes also called “drops” or “crumbs”). Q doesn’t appear to have any goals to make money off of their worldwide audience, and has condemned “those who would seek personal gain at the expense of others in this movement” (source: Q post 1295).

There’s really bad logic at play here, too.

Some professional basketball players claim that the earth is flat. Does that mean that basketball is a sport that makes you support that theory?

Some people who hate QAnon also shop at Walmart. Does that mean Target supports QAnon?

You get the idea.

QAnon Exposes MSM Corruption; MSM Labels QAnon "Conspiracy Theory Garbage"

Why would the news media like QAnon?

If there’s one thing Q has talked about incessantly, it’s that fake news is “the enemy of the people” (source) because, as Q has rhetorically asked, “If all directions of the echo chamber [MSM] state the same thing – even if FICTION/FALSE – do most people then consider it TRUE (factual)?” (source)

Maybe the question you should be asking yourself is, “Can I trust the media more than I trust QAnon, given that they’re lying about corona virus QAnon connections that don’t exist?”

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