On his Truth Social page, former president Donald Trump posted a video that had QAnon conspiracy symbols and other symbols.
The video offered a slew of memes celebrating Trump and sometimes portraying him as a messianic figure while bemoaning his defeat to President Joe Biden in the 2020 election, all to the accompaniment of background music. In recent days, Trump has intensified his promotion of the divisive conspiracy theory, bringing harsh condemnation from politicians.
Trump is really stepping his QAnon outreach — last night he posted a video filled with overt QAnon memes on TruthSocial. pic.twitter.com/YIG2wFGyMY
— Will Sommer (@willsommer) September 23, 2022
In an apparent reference to Trump running for reelection in 2024, a user going by the moniker of Dragonheart7 tweeted the QAnon-laced video along with a string of emojis and the phrase "IF YOU KNOW THE ABOVE HINT YES HE WILL,"
A large "Q" is placed over Trump's face at the beginning of the video, which he shared with his 4 million+ followers, along with the words: "Information Warfare. It's time to wake up." Trump is hailed as "God's greatest warrior" and the "greatest president in modern history." in other memes shared in the about one-minute clip.
There are several "Q" memes in it, as well as memes that declare him the victor of the 2020 election.
During the majority of his administration, Trump has mainly avoided
In addition to periodically tweeting videos with conspiracy theories, QAnon also occasionally winks and nods to the movement. He held back from denying the conspiracy hypothesis as well. He was once questioned about QAnon by a reporter in the year 2020.
He said, "Is that supposed to be a bad thing?"
However, he has openly disseminated QAnon material recently. He tweeted a photograph of himself last week wearing a Q lapel pin and the tagline "The Storm is Coming" as a reference to his eventual triumph, in which QAnon followers think his adversaries would be put on trial, according to PBS.
Critics point out that QAnon has been accused of inciting violence in addition to disseminating incorrect information. A Michigan man's daughter recently blamed QAnon for his breakdown after he shot his wife and hurt one of his kids.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Washington Examiner.