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Evangelicals are looking for answers online. They’re finding QAnon instead

24 mins | Sep 20, 2020
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How the growing pro-Trump movement is preying on churchgoers to spread its conspiracy theories. "The tenets of QAnon are specific: that Trump is the chosen one to finally destroy a ring of Satanic paedophiles long protected by access to elite positions of authority, and that Q will provide the clues to lead followers to the truth. But the movement has mingled with so many other conspiracist causes and ideologies that it is now possible to be a carrier of QAnon content online without actually knowing what you are spreading," comments Abby Ohlheiser for MIT Technology Review.
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