What is QAnon? What is Q?
QAnon is a person, or group of people.
As of October 2021, no public announcement has been made regarding the identity of Q. Based on Q’s own self-descriptions, Q is a team of “patriots,” or patriotic Americans with conservative political and moral values that align with those of the Founding Fathers of the United States.
Q cannot correctly be defined as a theory or set of ideas.
What does Q talk about?
You can read Q’s posts at a number of websites.
Is there conclusive proof that Q is really who they claim to be?
We analyze Q proof claims. Our conclusion is that yes, Q is honest, based on numerous examples we’ve studied. However, if by “conclusive” you mean ironclad evidence like a public Trump speech in which the President explicitly says Q is a legitimate information source who works closely with Donald Trump, then no – no such proof exists.
Is there conclusive proof that Q’s claims regarding a global cabal of evildoers are true?
There is a mountain of evidence suggesting that the world is largely run by corrupt organizations and individuals, and perhaps has been for a long time. However, some of the very entities Q accuses of wrongdoing are in control of the mainstream media (MSM) and the most prevalent social media websites and apps, so it stands to reason that they would speak ill of Q regardless of whether they’re guilty as charged.
We’ve analyzed some Q proofs.
Do your own research; make up your own mind.
Is Q a cult? Are Q’s followers or believers simply brainwashed or gullible fanatics?
No, Q isn’t a cult, religious or otherwise. Q’s an anonymous forum poster calling for increased public awareness of corruption among the elite. Anyone who believes we all ought to know more about who really has power over us aligns with Q on this point, whether they like Q or not.
Does Q encourage violence?
Absolutely not. Numerous Q posts have called for a peaceful solution to global corruption. The mainstream media (MSM) has repeatedly painted most supporters of Q as being violent or mentally ill, but no evidence exists to support these claims.