QAnon functions "like a video game" to "hook" converts - and some include former Navy SEALs: reports - 2020-08-19
More than likely, a full-fledged supporter of the QAnon conspiracy cult will be sworn into the U.S. House of Representatives in January 2021: Marjorie Taylor Greene, on Aug. 11, won a GOP primary in Georgia's 14th Congressional District — and given how overwhelmingly Republican that district is, she is going into the general election with a major advantage. QAnon is showing no signs of slowing down, and according to The Daily Beast's Kelly Weill, the cult is attracting some well-trained military veterans.
QAnon believes that President Donald Trump was sent to the White House to combat an international pedophile ring that has infiltrated the United States' federal government and practices Satanism. Cult members also believe that an anonymous figure named "Q" is giving them updates on Trump's battle against the satanic pedophiles.
FBI agents have warned that QAnon followers are quite capable of violence. And Weill, in an article published in the Beast on Aug. 18, warns that some well-trained military veterans are embracing the cult.