QAnon Oprah posts (also called “drops” or crumbs”) are few and far between as of March 18, 2020, when a massive Internet controversy blew up over rumors that Oprah Winfrey had been arrested, that her home had been raided, or that she was going to jail.
In fact, QAnon (also called Q) has only mentioned Oprah once, in nearly 4,000 posts. See 68+ QAnon research resources for critical thinkers to help you study QAnon in more detail.
Here’s a breakdown of that Oprah QAnon post (read QAnon posts).
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